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Matsyāsana is found in the finishing sequence of the Astanga yoga method. In traditional text, Matsyāsana is the “destroyer of all diseases.”This posture stretches the psoas and the intercostal muscles between the ribs. It stimulates the muscles of the belly and strengthens the muscles of the upper back and neck, improving posture ????#fishposture #matsyasana #astanga #yoga #finishingsequence #practicedaily #yogabasebrighton #morningpractice #ledclass #beginner #begineveryday #senses #asana #poses #postures #justpostures #brightonnaturalhealthcentre #destroydisease

Matsyāsana is found in the finishing sequence of the Astanga yoga method. In traditional text, Matsyāsana is the “destroyer of all diseases.”This posture stretches the psoas and the intercostal muscles between the ribs. It stimulates the muscles of the belly and strengthens the muscles of the upper back and  neck, improving posture ????#fishposture #matsyasana #astanga #yoga #finishingsequence #practicedaily #yogabasebrighton #morningpractice #ledclass #beginner #begineveryday #senses #asana #poses #postures #justpostures #brightonnaturalhealthcentre #destroydisease

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