Yoga For Beginners

When it comes to yoga, there is a lot that you need to learn. Mastering yoga is not an overnight process. It takes a lot of practice and dedication to master the art, and the fact is that there are only a few people who were able to do it. So just like any other thing people should start with simple techniques and then shift to the advanced ones. In this article, we shall discuss about the simple yoga for beginners.

Tadasana – Mountain Pose

Stand with your heels somewhat separated and hang your arms by the side. Slowly lift and spread your toes and your feet, at that point lay them slowly down on the floor. Part of your body load should be on your feet. Lift your lower legs and tighten your thigh muscles while pushing those inwards. As you breathe in, extend your middle area and when you breathe out discharge your shoulder bones from your head. Widen your collarbone and stretch your neck. Your ears, shoulders, hips and lower legs should all be in one line. You can check your arrangement if you want.

Vrikshasana – Tree Pose

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This posture gives you a feeling of an establishment. It enhances the strength in your legs and back. It recreates the posture of a tree. Place your right foot high up to your left side thigh. The bottom of the foot must be to be level and set steadily. Keep your left leg straight and make sure you are perfectly balanced. While breathing in, raise your arms over your head and join your palms. Make sure that your spine is straight and take a couple of full breaths. Gradually breathe out, cut your hands down and discharge your right leg. Back in the standing position repeat it the same with the other leg.

Adho Mukho Svanasaba – Down facing dog pose

Adho Mukho Svanasaba – Down facing dog pose

This posture extends hamstrings, chest and stretches the spine, giving extra bloodstream to the head. It will boost strength and increase your energy levels. Sit on your heels, extend your arms forward on the yoga mat and lower your head. Form the shape of a table, such as pushing your hands, pressing your legs and gradually raising your hips. Press your heels down, let your head hand uninhibitedly and tighten your abdomen area.

Trikonasana – Triangle Pose

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It extends the legs and middle area, strengthens the hips and improves deep breathing. Stand with your feet wide separated. Extend your right foot out to ninety degrees while keeping the leg closer to the middle area. Keep your feet squeezed against the ground and concentrate your weight similarly on the two feet. Breathe in and as you breathe out twist your correct arm and make it contact the ground while your left arm goes up. Keep your midsection straight. Make sure that your body is bowed sideways and not forward or in reverse. Extend as much as you can while taking long, full breaths. Repeat the same procedure on the opposite side.

 

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