Yoga for Beginners

The word yoga was derived from Sanskrit in golden age in ancient India approx. 5000 years back. Yoga refers to the word union which means self is united with spirit. Many people think yoga as a physical exercise but that is not correct, in fact yoga is not about just stretching or twisting physical body. It’s a deep emotional connection between self and sprit to experience something beyond imagination.

Why you need to do yoga

Every one of us wants to be slim, strong and flexible. We all want beautiful skin, and peaceful mind. Yoga is the solutions of all these desires. Life is full of peace, happiness and energy when yoga is opted in your daily routine.

Most of us concentrate on physical health but the fact is we are complete healthy only when we are healthy physically, mentally and emotionally. Yoga is the only medium to achieve these all three.

Our mind always shakes naturally in past and future and never remains in present. Yoga brings our mind into the state of consciousness that frees us from stress and anxiety and we are simply focussed towards our goal efficiently.

10 minutes of daily yoga gives us ample energy to complete our work without being tired. You just include yoga in your daily routine it will keep your strength, tenderness and flexibility. Regular Yoga makes your body stronger and empowers the muscles. It improves flexibility.

Yoga and meditation improve the power of your intuition. Which lets you know what, when, how to do so that you get positive results.  Therefore, practice yoga continuously. The more deep you practice yoga, the more benefits you get.

Yoga poses for beginners.

Mountain pose

Mountain pose appears to be very simple but it helps you lot. It helps you how to stand tall and grounded. It teaches you how to balance your body before you can start advanced yoga. Mountain pose strengthen legs and abdominal muscles.

Stand with your feet together. Ground down uniformly through feet and lift up through the crown of your head. Lift your thighs. Stretch up through each of the four sides of your midriff, prolonging spine. Inhale simple. In spite of the fact that Tāḍāsana is an exceptionally fundamental asana, it is the premise and beginning stage for some standing asana. 

Downward Facing Dog

Begin with all four with hands straightforwardly under shoulders, knees under hips. Walk hands a couple of crawls forward and spread fingers wide, squeezing palms into tangle. Twist toes under and gradually squeeze hips toward roof, bringing your body into a transformed V, squeezing shoulders from ears. Feet ought to be hip-width separated, knees somewhat bent.

Warrior pose

Stands with legs 3 to 4 feet separated, turning right foot out 90 degrees and left foot in somewhat. Convey your hands to your hips and unwind your shoulders, at that point stretch out arms out to the sides, palms down. Twist right knee 90 degrees, keeping knee over lower leg; look out finished right hand. Remain for 1 minute.

Bridge pose

Rests on your back and put your feet hip width separated. Press immovably on to your feet and lift your butt up off the tangle. Join your hands together and press the clench hands down to the floor as you open up your chest much more. Envision dragging your foot rear areas on the tangle towards your shoulders to connect with your hamstrings.