5 Proper yoga poses for beginners

If you are brand new to yoga, you might feel overwhelmed by the variety of poses and odd names. Relax-there are 5 proper poses which are essential for you to learn so you can flexibly apply. These skills not only benefit muscles and bones but also enhance the function of the nervous system, endocrine glands, and major organs and promote health by stimulating the body's potential energy.


1.Mountain Pose

How to do it: Feet close together, the center of gravity evenly distributed on both feet.Legs to tighten. The lower abdomen micro closed. Ribs up, scapula down.Closed lower jaw.

 

2.Vizilla Asana

How to do it: Knees and knees together.Sit with your hips on your heels. Relax your shoulders, tighten your chin, and straighten your back. Put your hands flat on your thighs.


3. Tree

How to do it: Stand in a mountain pose. Balance with your left leg. Bend your right knee. Place your right foot on the inside of your left thigh at the base. Put your hands on your chest. Inspiratory, an arm is lifted up above his head, arms close to your ears. Deep breath, keep the pose for a few seconds. Exhale, arm from either side down, slowly back to mountain type. Repeated practice on the other side.

 

4.Bridge Pose

How to do it: Lie down on your back and place your feet hip-width apart. Press firmly on to your feet and lift your butt up off the mat. Interlace your hands together and press the fists down to the floor as you open up your chest even more.

 

Imagine dragging your heels on the mat towards your shoulders to engage your hamstrings. Hold for 8-10 breaths then lower your hips down and repeat two more times.

5.Child’s pose

How to do it: Start on all fours then bring your knees and feet together as you sit your butt back to your heels and stretch your arms forward. Lower your forehead to the floor (or block or pillow or blanket) and let your entire body release. Hold for as long as you wish!

 

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