Yoga poses (also called Asanas) are physical postures that exercise your entire body, stretch and tone the muscles and joints, the spine and entire skeletal system. They have a beneficial effect not only on the body frame, but also on the internal organs, glands and nerves, keeping all systems healthy. Asanas reduce stress, enhance relaxation and revitalize body, mind and spirit.
Put aside a specific time in your day to enjoy your Yoga practice. Dawn and dusk are considered the best times of the day to practice Yoga, as the rising and setting of the sun charge our body with special energy. However, if these times are impossible for you, find another time of the day that works best for you and practice consistently. Practice in the morning if you want to prepare your mind and body for the day, and charge your body with positive energy. Keep in mind that in the morning or in cold whether your muscles will be stiffer, so ease carefully into the postures at first. Practice in the evening if you want to relax after a stressful day, unwind and centre. In the evenings your body will be more flexible, so you’ll be able to go deeper into postures.
Find a place where you are least likely to be disturbed. It can be your room, garden or beach – indoors or outdoors, wherever there is an even, flat surface. If you are practicing indoors, make sure that the room is ventilated and with comfortable temperature. Air conditioned rooms are not advisable – when the environment is cold your body is stiff, and muscles stretch slowly. A clean environment and fresh air adds additional benefits to the breathing practice. Make sure that you have enough space to allow you to move around, and extend the arms and legs freely.
Now get started with different yoga poses
- Seated Yoga Pose
Seated Yoga Poses – Grounding and calming, these poses provide some of our deepest muscle opening and twisting.
- Standing Yoga Poses
Yoga Poses for Beginners – Standing Poses
Standing Yoga Poses – Good for strength, balance and focus. These energetic poses provide a straight line to shaping our best body
- Arm Balances
Arm Balances – These yoga poses are good for strength, body awareness and focus, providing some fun challenges for every body.
Backbends – Opening up in the spine and chest feels great and strengthens our connection to intuition.
Inversions – Good for balance and concentration, as well as circulation.
- Core Poses
Core Poses – These poses will strengthen your core and get your abs beach ready!
- Poses for Weight Loss
Yoga Poses for Weight Loss – These poses will help you shed unwanted pounds!
- Restorative Poses
Restorative Poses – These yoga poses are great for winding down and connecting to our breath.
- Yoga Poses for Back Pain
Yoga Poses for Back Pain – Whether the origins are some acute injury or long-term stress, there are a few simple poses that can help with back pain.
- Yoga Sequences And Movings
How we move and breathe is much more important than the exact shape of our poses, for clearing our bodies and minds and creating our own best health.
YOGA POSES also called Asanas
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