Rolling Bridges for Any Body
Preview: Rolling Bridges for Any Body
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Published on March 2, 2018
Not up for a standing practice and want to build strength? Bridge pose is a great way to build strength in the hips and entire back body while also creating mobility in the spine and chest. It's easy to control how much you move and that makes it safe for students who don't have a lot of strength or balance in standing poses. Rolling bridges get your abs in gear to control your descent and support your spine. There are lot of modifications for bridge. Note that these are "baby" or half bridges; whereas, in a full/high bridge, you wouldn't want to keep the blanket behind your head and might even want to put a blanket under the shoulders to protect the neck.