Beginner Yoga Poses are the keys to a healthy lifestyle

Beginner Yoga Poses are the keys to a healthy lifestyle
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Beginner Yoga Poses are the main foundation of your body and your mind. If you have just started the Yoga or planning to start, this is the right place you have visited. This “Beginner Yoga Poses” will help you do do the poses in the right manner and in the proper way. Yoga is something that doesn’t need big ground(place) or expansive equipment. Yoga is the way of life nowadays. It will help you to shape your body and control your brain.

There are more than 300 Yoga poses, and we will not tall about all but we will we working on the easier and more effective poses which will increase your interests and give the better impact on your body.

 

The 10 Most Important Yoga Poses for Beginners

Mountain pose

Beginner Yoga Poses are the main foundation of your body and your mind. If you have just started the Yoga or planning to start, this is the right place you have visited. This “Beginner Yoga Poses” will help you do do the poses in the right manner and in the proper way. Yoga is something that doesn’t need big ground(place) or expansive equipment. Yoga is the way of life nowadays.

It will help you to shape your body and control your brain. There are more than 300 Yoga poses, and we will not tall about all but we will we working on the easier and more effective poses which will increase your interests and give the better impact on your body.

 

Tree Pose

Tree Pose stretches the thighs, groins, torso, and shoulders in this beginner yoga pose. It builds strength in the ankles and calves, and tones the abdominal muscles. It helps to remedy flat feet. Make sure that the place where you are doing this pose should be calm and full of nature like a garden, under the tree, under the open sky, etc. to do this pose your brain should be calm and focused. In India, Tree Pose is also known as ‘Vrksasana’.

Now, let’s see how can we do this beginner yoga pose. Firstly, stand in the center of the carpet or the place where you are doing this pose. Let’s assume you are doing this pose with your right feet so you have to float your left leg, open the hip of the left leg out and press the sole of your left foot on the thigh of the right leg. Now bring your hands to the creases of the hip and drop your left hip down and try to push your right hip upward. Roll your right thigh open as you press it deeper into your soul it stabilizes your balance.

Now you can put your hand to your heart, over the head and your head touching your forebrain.

 

Cat-Cow Pose

Cat-Cow Pose improves posture and balance, stretches spinal cord, neck, hip, and back, increase coordination between brain and other body parts. It also helps in decreasing the back pain, neck pain, thigh pain, etc. cat-cow is a blend of cat and cow pose. In India, Cat Pose is known as ‘Marjaiasana’ and Cow Pose is known as ‘Bitilasana’.

Now let’s see how can we do this beginner yoga pose. To do this beginner yoga pose, firstly be in tabletop position with your knee under your hip and hands under your shoulder, then inhale by pushing your back downward and neck upward this is called cat position and then exhale by pushing your back from downward to upward and your neck from upward to downward this is cow pose. Do this cat-cow pose continuously for the benefits.

 

10 Must-Know Yoga Poses for Beginners

Plank Pose

Plank Pose is a great beginner yoga pose to stretch out the lower half of your body. plank pose also improve stability, reduce injury, and maintain body stability. Getting into the hold position lengthens your hamstrings as well as the arches of your feet. plank pose is both types of exercise, it is a strength exercise and also a stretch exercise. It is better to do this beginner yoga pose with the support of the wall to your feet. In India, Plank Pose is also known as ‘Kumbhakasana’.

Now let’s see how can we do this beginner yoga pose. Make your body stand on your both hands and legs. Make sure your body should be straight not in the downward direction or upward direction. In plank pose, part of your hand lower than elbow should be completely touched to the carpet or the plain on which you are doing the plank pose and upper part of your elbow should be straight under your shoulder. Now, about leg position.

Your legs should be straight not touching the plain or carpet joined to each other with the support of the wall. It will be beneficial to do this exercise with the support of the wall. It will open your muscles and stretches your leg muscles.

 

Cobra Pose

Cobra Pose stretches the muscles in the shoulders, the chest, and the abdominals. It decreases the stiffness of the lower back and strengthens the arms and the shoulders. It also increases flexibility, improves menstrual disorder, elevates mood and tones the buttocks, and it also stabilizes the heart. This is also a beginner yoga pose for back pain, stomach pain, and shoulder pain. In India, Cobra Pose is also known as ‘Bhujangasana’.

Now let’s see how can we do this beginner yoga pose. To do this exercise, firstly lay down on the carpet or the plain where you are doing this exercise. Now put your hands in the north direction of your body in the parallel direction to each other and your legs should be completely stretched touching your ankle to the carpet or the plain. Now put your hand from the previous position to the side of the chest.

Now push your body in the forward and upward direction by stretching your hand in the upward direction. Your hand should be under your shoulder making your hands straight. Your hip should be near your hands so that your upper body should be in the upward direction and not touching the carpet or plain and your lower body should be touching the carpet or the plain.

 

Downward Facing Dog Pose

Downward Facing Dog Pose calms the brain and, helps to relieve stress and mild depression. It also energizes the body, stretches the shoulder, hamstrings, calves, arches, and hands. It strengthens the arms and legs and helps to relieve the symptoms of menopause. This is a beginner yoga pose for knee pain, ankle pain, shoulder pain, and wrist pain. In India, Downward Facing Dog Pose is also known as ‘Adho Mukha Svanasana’.

Now let’s see how can we do this beginner yoga pose. To do this exercise firstly stand straight in the center of the carpet or the plain where you are doing this exercise. Join your legs and rays your hands straight in the air. Now bend your body from the middle and let your upper part of the body go down. Now touch your toes with your hand without bending your knees. Now go forward with your hands with moving your legs from the position.

Move till you make an angle of 90 degrees between your upper part of the body and lower part of the body. Your hands and legs should be straight. The palm of your both hands and the sole of your both legs should be touching the carpet or the plain where you are doing this exercise.

 

10 Beginner Yoga Poses for Everyone

Warrior II Pose

Warrior II Pose helps to stretch the hips, groins and shoulder, open chest and lungs, build stamina and concentration. It helps to relieve backache, develops balance and stability, and improve circulation and respiration. This beginner yoga pose should be done in an open place for more benefits. In India, Warrior II Pose is also known as ‘Virabhadrasana’.

Now let’s see how can we do this beginner yoga pose. To do this exercise, firstly stand straight between the carpet or the plain where you are doing this exercise. In the second step, open your legs vertically. The third step is to open your hands vertically. Now after being in this position, in the fourth step, bent your selected leg downward till 90 degrees. Make your bent leg touching the carpet or the plain only with the help of the toe of the leg which is bent.

Now in the last step move your face in the direction of the bent leg. Stand in this position for 5 to 6 minutes for the benefits and increase the time duration weekly or monthly to make your body more flexible.

 

Triangle Pose

Triangle Pose stretches legs, muscles around the knee, ankle joints, hips, groin muscles, hamstrings, calves, shoulders, chest, and spine. It strengthens legs, knees, ankles, abdominals, obliques, and back, stimulates the function of abdominal organs, relieves stress, and improves digestion and constipation. In India, Triangle Pose is also known as ‘Utthita Trikonasana’.

Now let’s see how can we do this beginner yoga pose. To do this exercise, firstly stand straight on the carpet. The second step is to open your legs vertically (more than 90 degrees) and hands also (correct 180 degrees). Now bend your face in the selected direction (whether it is in the right side or the left side). Now next step is to bend your upper body in the direction of your face toward your legs (In the downward direction).

Touch your toe with your hand without bending it and then put your hand beside your leg’s little finger touching the carpet. Be sure you are in this position for a minimum of 5 minutes without bending you’re any joint except the waist joint.

 

Sitting Half Spinal Twist

The Sitting Half Spinal Twist tones the spinal nerves and improves the way the spinal cord functions. This exercise helps to stretch the muscles on one side of the body while compressing the muscles on the other side of the body. In India, The Sitting Half Spinal Twist is also known as the ‘Ardha Matsyendrasana’.

Now let’s see how we do this beginner yoga pose. To do this exercise firstly, lay down on the carpet or the plain where you are doing this exercise. The second step is to pull your upper body without pulling your lower body and now bend your legs making 90 degrees between your butt and leg. In the third step, lay down your left leg touching your ankle to your butt. Now put your right leg crossing your first leg. In the direction of your face.

Touch your knee of the right leg into your chest and hold it with the opposite hand which is the left hand touching your left-hand palm on the carpet or the plain where you are doing this exercise. Now the last step is to move your right hand backward making the angle of 180 degrees between your both hands and move your head in the direction of the right hand which is in the backward direction.

 

Top 10 Yoga Poses for Complete Beginners

Child’s Pose

Child’s Pose helps to stretch the hips, thighs, and ankles while reducing stress and fatigue. It gently relaxes the muscles on the front of the body while softly and passively stretching the muscles of the back torso. In India, The Child’s Pose is also known as ‘Balasana’.

Now let’s see how can we do this beginner yoga pose. To do this exercise firstly, sit on the carpet by touching your butt in your heel and touching your ankle in the carpet or the plain where you are doing this exercise. The second step is to make your upper body straight and move your hands in the upward direction with the parallel gap between your hands. In the third step move your whole upper body with the hands forward in the downward direction.

Now the last step is to touch your body portion from neck to waist in your thigh and nose in the carpet or the plain where you are doing this exercise.

 

Conclusion

Beginner Yoga Poses are not just the exercise but a complete life guide as it does not only shape your body but your brain too. Means, Yoga gives a great impact on both side, either it’s internal or external. People are getting more aware of healthy lifestyle nowadays. Though, it’s very difficult for people to find 2 hours to go to the gym and do exercise.

Going to the gym is not as easy as you need a good time and a great amount of money. You need to pay to an instructor that is again quite expensive. In Yoga. You can do the poses by yourself to and it will not give any side-effect.

Yoga is an exercise, that is ancient and people have been doing it since ancient time, knowingly or unknowingly. Yoga poses have been designed practically which will not just appear on your outer part but will improve your whole personality. It helps get rid of bad addictions, sharpen your brain and will be able to control your anger.

 

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