“Eagle posture. If you do it well, you might even feel light headed.”–Chris Fluck, senior teacher
Muscles of the legs
12 major joints of the body: shoulders, elbows, wrists, hips, knees and ankles.
Improves and maintains joint lubrication.
Improves the mobility of the hip joint.
Improves immune system through stimulation of the lymphatic system.
Helps to regulate menstruation.
Helps improve fertility.
Good for cellulite.
Good for varicose veins.
Balances sexual energy.
Good for urinary tract infections in women.
Good for prostate health in men.
What is happening in the posture:
Eagle pose opens the major joints. The arms and legs twist to create a tourniquet effect. Blood is reserved in the muscles of the thighs, calves, arms and fore-arms. When the arms and legs release, this blood flow flushes the joints helping to relieve joint problems and maintaining synovial fluid. The deep compression of this posture also massages organs and glands. Eagle pose particularity stimulates the reproductive system, making this a great pose for sexual vitality and fertility.
Mary Jarvis, during the posture, “if students are going to faint in class, they pass out during Eagle posture, Its effect is powerful!”