The body is a machine and you need to regulate it clean and thoroughly to make the best out of it.
Yoga is the lifestyle of the modern busy set of styles. Every square around the city has one Yoga centers where lots of Yogis gather to train their body and attain peace of their mind. Today is the day that celebrates Yoga and everything that comes along with it. Happy International Yoga Day!
International Yoga Day for Everyone
On this International Yoga Day, we the lovers of our bodily health, recognize the importance of Yoga for that connection of our body with the mind and its components.
What best way to do so other than to practice Yoga? It helps us attain the peace and stimulation required for regulation.
The international day of Yoga has been recognized as an important day since the year of 2015. It is celebrated on June 21st as it is the longest day of the year. Valiantly Important.
Yoga is a concept of health conscience that keeps you actively involved with your own body. It can be a normal beginning step to extreme WOW moments of twist and turn of your body. It takes time to build to it one step at a time.
Some Poses for Beginner Steps of Yoga
Yoga poses are a various range of steps that helps to attain a fit and healthy body.
Beginners and even the Pro level of Yoga experts take these steps each at a time to progress on their Yoga Journey. Some of the crucial ones that both level of them can practice are given here.
Bitilasana (Cat And Cow Pose)
An easy and effective pose to connect the breath and regulate the spine to practice stillness.
This Yogasan improves awareness and the depth of breath. This can be the base to step on to the next level of poses. It creates that connection between the spine, shoulders, pelvis, and breath of the yoga practitioner.
Sukasana (Easy Pose)
The easiest pose if you can stay still and meditate through your chaos.
If you haven’t practiced it then it is one of the hardest. So it always helps to calm down and sit cross-legged and focus on being still. The benefit of it would to experience calmness fitting for yoga meditation. It slows down things and helps you focus mentally which then helps you motivate yourself physically.
Tadasana (Mountain Pose)
The base of all yoga art.
You stand still and observe your senses and the workings that your body does for you. It’s heavy self-realization of how each part of the body holds on and makes the most of it to help you function. Each muscle from the ground upholds you in place.
It is effectively beneficial to understand your condition and personality. It should be the first practice as it builds you up with the needed stability.
Adho Mukha Svanasana (Downward Facing Dog)
The way of stretching out your inner muscles.
It refreshes you from your toe to your head. It is a midway pose between other poses and it can be the best way to catch your breath in between. It relaxes you with the stretch of the hip muscles which in turn helps loosen your spine.
Bhujangasana (Cobra Pose)
The best way of loosening of your back muscles.
Our work and habits have placed us in a seat almost all the time. So, this is a particularly impacting way of helping your rigid and stiff posture. It helps open up your chest and also your digestion. One way or another stretching is best for your body.
Utthita Ashwa Sanchalanasana (Crescent Lunge Pose)
The building of your strength to tackle the next extreme poses is what this pose is best for.
You hit it as a warm-up with this position. Stretching the Arm, legs, and core body, lengthen your flexibility and strength to balance the body before getting on to the complex poses.
Utthita Trikonasana (Triangle Pose)
Triangle pose is the most common pose while getting into yoga. It includes the concept of getting the complex poses with the definition of the beginning poses.
You’ve got to make a triangular structure with your body with your palm straightened on the floor. The best way to do it is by taking space next to a wall. This helps you maintain the position as it is quite easy to make that mistake until you get used to it.
Kumbhakasana (Plank Pose)
Yoga needs complete strength through out the body to progress with each poses from basic to the extreme ones. In order to build that strength to make your body efficiently balanced and strong, Plank Pose just does that magic.
It strengthens the arms to exert pressure on the body. It takes time to do a perfect pose, but you get that strength done in perfect balance when you do.
Balasana (Child’s Pose)
Child’s pose is simply a stretching pose of of your hands over the head as you curl into a ball on your knees.
It is extremely beneficial to relieve stress and fatigue after a hard time. It is also considered a rest pose after you complete your stressful yoga poses. It works like a charm to keep you calm and in control.
Shavasana (Corpse Pose)
Corpse pose is the total relaxation of body and mind in a completely easier way compared to trying meditation.
As the name suggests you are to completely let go and drift away with relaxation. Not falling asleep while doing so is an essential thing to remember. Sitting still and meditating is a hard feat for many new beginners but this pose is very easy for that relaxation. Trying to make it a complete tour of relaxation is a must, so don’t drain down the memory lane
Before You End This Article
Yoga has been a part of a busy life as it keeps us grounded on a purpose of rejuvenating the life out of pain stress and disorder. Taken as the beginning of a meditation, Yoga has helped a lot of people overcome their sorrows and misfortune. It is recommended by every health enthusiast to practice yoga slow and steadily.
Here, in this International Yoga day 2021 Special, we have presented 10 poses that can set you up on a journey through different variations and progress of the Yoga world. It’s time to take care of yourself.