Yoga For Beginners
“Yoga is the practice of tolerating the consequences of being yourself”. Yoga is a medicine which cures all kinds of health problems. Medical professionals and celebrities are also adopting and recommending the regular practice of yoga. Yoga is a technique to bring you into the state where you see and experience reality, simplifies the way it is, and it enables you to experience the whole universe as a part of yourself, making everything one, this is the union that yoga creates. These are some of the advantages of yoga:
It enhances your blood circulation.
It lowers the risk of heart disease.
It helps us to maintain a healthy weight.
It lowers blood pressure.
It relieves us from stress and anxiety.
It improves lung capacity.
It uplifts our mood.
Here, I am listing the three yoga asanas for the beginners:-
1. Naukasana ( Boat Pose)
Lie back on the mat with your feet together and hands by your side.
Take a deep breath and while exhaling gently lift your chest and feet off the ground.
Stretch your hands in the direction of your feet.
Your eyes, fingers and toes should be in one line.
Hold till you feel some tension in your navel area as your abdominal muscles begin to contract.
As you will exhale, come back to the ground and relax.
It tightens the abdominal muscles and strengthens shoulders and upper back.
Helps to reduce the belly fat.
It helps diabetes patient to maintain the blood sugar level.
It improves our digestion power.
It improves blood circulation.
2. Sukhasana (Easy Pose)
Sit comfortably on the mat with crossed legs.
Keep the spine straight.
Place your hands on your knees.
You can use the chin mudra.
Relax your body and breathe gently.
It is a comfortable position for pranayama.
It helps to build physical and mental balance.
It helps to reduce stress and anxiety.
It improves body posture.
It lengthens the spine and back muscles.
3. Kursiasana (Chair pose)
Stand straight with your feet slightly apart.
Stretch your arms but don’t bend your elbows.
Inhale and bend your knees, pushing your pelvis down like you are sitting on chair.
Keep your hands parallel to the ground and back straight.
Take a deep breath. Bend gradually but make sure your knees don’t go beyond your toes.
It strengthens the muscles of arms and legs.
Improves digestion power.
Stimulates the heart and other organs.
Strengths abdomen area.
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