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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.

  • Better concentration.

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)

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)

 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.

Thanks a lot for reading till the end. I hope you found this post useful!

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