Advanced Yoga

Advance yoga refers to poses that we start or experience after mastering certain basic yoga poses. Never ever try advance yoga if you are inexperienced. There are certain poses that comes under advance yoga category. Here I will be describing some of them for your understanding.

Lotus pose or Padmasana

Sit simply on the floor Cross-legged position one foot is put over the contrary thigh with its bottom confronting upward and heel near the stomach area. The other foot is then lifted up gradually and put on the contrary thigh symmetrically.

The knees are in contact with the ground. The middle is set in adjust and arrangement to such an extent that the spinal section underpins it with insignificant solid exertion. The middle is focused over the hips. To unwind the head and neck, the jaw is permitted to fall towards the neck and the back of the neck to stretch. The shoulders move in reverse and the ribcage lifts. The tongue lays on the top of the mouth. The hands may lay on the knees in button or jnana mudra. The arms are casual with the elbows marginally twisted.

The eyes might be shut, the body loose, with consciousness of the general asana. Modifications are made until the point that adjust and arrangement are experienced. Arrangement that makes unwinding is demonstrative of an appropriate position for the asana. The asana ought to be normal and agreeable, with no sharp torments.

Lord of the dance pose or Natarajasana

Lord of dance or Natarajasana pose is for strengthening legs. It likewise is a full body extend which connects with the shoulders, chest and belly, fortifies the thigh and lower leg muscles, knees and lower legs, hips and spine, and creates focus and grace.This stylish, extending and balancing asana is utilized as a part of Indian traditional moves.

Find yourself in mountain posture to do Natarajasana pose. Twist your left knee so your knee focuses down towards the ground and your heal pushes toward your seat. Get within your left foot with your left palm. Spread your left toes, and kick your palm, moving your foot into the air speedier than your chest pushes ahead. Widen your neckline bones. To move into the full variety of this posture, broaden the right arm behind you and reach for the left foot.

Peacock pose or Mayurasana

To strengthen abdominal muscle we do Peacock pose or Mayurasana. This pose also good for wrist, forearms and elbow. Start by sitting on your foot rear areas. Ensure your knees are wide separated. Place your hands on the floor, and let your fingers point towards your body. Delicately twist your elbows and press them towards your mid-region. You should keep your paunch firm. To do this, drop your head on the floor, and work up the quality in your stomach.

Extend your legs, with the end goal that your knees are straight, and the upper piece of your feet are confronting the floor your shoulder bones must be firm and pushed into your back. Fix your bum and raise your head. Set your look forward. Move your body weight forward and lift your legs off the floor. Your body must be lifted with the weight on the hands. It ought to be parallel to the floor. Hold the posture for around 10 seconds at first. With training, you ought to have the capacity to hold it for up to one moment. To discharge, drop your head and feet on the ground.