Yoga is one of the best physical exercises that relax our body, mind, and soul. If someone asks me some suggestions for good health, I strongly recommend them to do 10- 30 minutes Yoga daily.
The outcomes of Yoga are exceptionally well. Yoga is a complete combination of physical and mental exercises. Just a 30 minute Yoga session daily can solve lots of health problems.
Regular Yoga practice increased flexibility, increased muscle strength, improve respiration, maintain metabolism, reduce body weight, manage blood pressure, maintain sugar level, and improves our immune system or boost our immunity.
Along with physical health, it proves beneficial for mental health too. It reduces stress level to a greater extent and also helps to cope up with the biggest threat prevailing in society i.e. depression.
Yoga is a complete pack of various Yoga poses, some are hard and some are easy. So, as per your requirement or strength or abilities, you have to choose the yoga poses and start it at your home.
It does not require any special equipment, just a yoga mat or a bed-sheet in which you can comfortably perform poses is enough.
Yoga is one of the best exercises that you can do to increase to cure various chronic diseases and increase positivity and strength.
Note: Yoga poses done with an empty stomach and in the early morning.
Here are a few poses, to start with.
Mountain Pose (Tadasana): Good to improve muscles, focus, and concentration.
Down Dog on a chair (Uttana shishosana): Improves flexibility, open shoulders, and create length in the spine.
Downward- Facing Dog ( Adho mukha svanasana): Stretches your hamstrings, opens your shoulders, and good for the spine.
Warrior II (Virabhadrasana II): Calm your mind, strengthen your leg and ankles and improves stamina.
Cobra Pose (Bhujangasana): Strength lower back muscles and open chest to increase inhalation.
Child’s Pose: Restore vitality physically, mentally, and emotionally.
Sukhasana: Good pose for meditation and relax your mind and soul.
Tree Pose (Vrikshasana): Improves balance and strengthen legs and muscles.
Chair Pose (Kurvsiasana): Increase willpower, energize body and mind, and provide strength to the legs and arms.
Bound Ankle Pose (Baddha konasana): Stretch inner thighs and groin, calm body and provide a cooling effect
Bow Pose (Dhanurasana): Stretch the whole front of the body covering the chest and front of shoulders. Good for abdominal organs.
Camel Pose (Ustrasana): Stretch your throat, ankles, and entire front part of the body. Strengthen back muscles.
Corpse Pose (Savasana): Relax your whole body and give space to absorb the positive energy from other poses and surroundings.
Tip: Do Corpse pose in the last of the session.
If your body has good flexibility and strength, then there are ample numbers of poses that you can try to improve your physical and mental well-being. These pose union with mind and body and keep your body disease-free and safe.
I personally feel a lot of improvement in my body after performing these yoga poses regularly and I recommend you give this good habit, a try.
Tip: Try to involve every member of your family and do this fun-loving exercise together.