Hippo Yoga Statue, Animals, Hippos & Yoga Statues, Hippo Yoga Padmasana Lotus Pose Statue

Hippo Yoga Statue, Animals, Hippos & Yoga Statues, Hippo Yoga Padmasana Lotus Pose Statue

Hippo Yoga Padmasana Lotus Pose Statue

This seated Hippo Yoga Statue is submerged in his Yoga Padmasana Lotus Pose, with legs crossed and palms up. He is calm and centered. He has found his inner peace and mindfulness. It’s a whimsical and great gift for any yoga or meditation practitioner and hippos lover. His design and pose are inviting and a great conversation piece. This statue is cast in quality designer polystone resin and is beautifully painted and has a high gloss lacquer finish. Named for the lotus flower, the Padmasana position is a power yoga exercise designed to open the hips and create flexibility in the ankles and knees. Spiritually, the lotus position is calm, quiet, and fosters contemplation. As a physical exercise, it stimulates the nerves of your legs and thighs, and tones your abdominal organs, spine, and upper back.

The position visually symbolizes a triangle or pyramid that is said to harness life energy, knowledge, will, and action, or the mystical energy of power yoga practice. One of the most recognized poses of yoga (we often see Buddha in this position), it is actually an advanced pose not often suitable for beginners. Padmasana Lotus Pose creates a solid foundation for meditation practices. Settling into the pose activates the relaxation response (parasympathetic nervous system) and deactivates the stress response (sympathetic nervous system). Lotus Pose may help lower or regulate blood pressure. Physically, you can count on it to open the hip joints and stretch the front of the thighs (quadriceps), the groin and the ankles. Hippo Yoga Padmasana Lotus Pose Statue sizes: 5 inches / 13 cm x 3 inches / 7.5 cm x 4.25 inches / 11 cm.


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