Headstands, or forearm stands, are a great way to recover post surgically, because they allow you to work your core without putting too much pressure on it, if you have recently had any abdominal surgery, whether it be C-Section, Laparoendoscopic Surgery, or Excision Surgery of any form. (Make sure your Doctor has cleared you for excercise eager beavers!) Post- Hysterectomy, these headstands, along with working my way back to full forearm and handstands, are the only way I have been able to work my body, and exert some of the frustrations associated with day to day issues, and pain. Be careful not to fall into the arched back, hold your core steady, and pull your belly button into your back. This is extremely important for recovering the deep core muscles. It is always a disappointment to loose ground in your practice, due to pain and recovery, but if you dwell on it, you will only slow your progress. So put on some music, drink a nice cup of green tea, and throw yourself upside down! 🙃 You will find that your worries will drain out of your brain much quicker while your in this position! 😉 📸 @chantellepshykphotography #womenshealth#postsurgery#corework#stag#balance#dailystretch#yogainspiration#recovercize#lifestyleblogger#endometriosis#wellnessblogger#practicemakesperfect#juststayinthegame#upsidedown#endocize#saskatchewanphotographer#leggingsarelife#endotheendobelly
Prepping for this weeks shoots and the months to come ☕️ If you have a March or April due date, please book ASAP! There are a lot of babies born 9 months from that summer lovin’ 😉👶🏻 The next few months are filling up quick!