Fallen Triangle Yoga Pose
The popliteas muscle is located just below and behind the knee joint. It originates at the lateral surface of the lateral condyle of the femur and attaches to the proximal posterior surface of the tibia.
Asanas (Postures) for Spring
The main aim with the summer asana practices is to open up the gallbladder channel on the side of the body and also stimulate and activate the liver channel on the inside of the legs. Strengthening the upper chest and upper back areas will provide us with more strength while also stimulating digestive fire. Because, the wood element governs the tendons and ligaments, spring is the best time for twisting movements and postures as it helps to keep the ligaments ad tendons healthy. Cooling practices can also be included to help avoid excess fire in the liver.
Below are some asanas that achieve these aims. Incorporate these postures into your asana practice during spring will help to balance the liver and gallbladder.
Fallen Triangle Yoga Pose Photo Gallery
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