Top 4 basic Yoga Postures.


We have considered as a Yoga originated in Ancient India. Yoga is aimed at a group of physical, spiritual, and mental exercises to reach the special powers of the human body. It is considered one of the six oldest schools of Hindu culture in India. Yoga is mentioned in the ancient Upanishads and Rigveda. Yoga sutras are a collection of Yoga practices and thought and its collection of 196 sutras and organized by ancient Saint Patanjali in BC 2. In the 20th century, Swami Vivekananda introduced Yoga to the modern world and its distribution in the Western world. The word Yoga is derived from the English word yoke. The spiritual feeling of the word Yoga first came from Epic Sanskrit in the second half of the first century. Since the ultimate goal of Yoga spiritually is kept moksha. But it depends on the body, spiritually, mentally. According to Jacobsen on Yoga, it serves as a directed way to get good results. Yoga is the process of controlling the body and mind. Yoga is considered to be the name of a school or system of philosophy Yoga is considered to be pre-Vedic material in a specific area. Another area is exercise. Some say it is considered civilization. The basic purpose of Yoga is to increase physical, mental strength. Yoga exercises every day for one hour will get great results. Yoga provides flexibility and mental strength to your body. Yoga reduces your stress level and gets good digestion for your body. Today (21- 06- 2020), we celebrate World Yoga Day. Here we discuss the top 4 basic poses of Yoga.

1.Sirsasana (Headstand exercise)

Sirsasana is the first stop of Yoga. In this infant, your head balances one side and fixes your elbow, and your leg fixes the upper side. This asana is known as Sirsasana. Also known as the King of Asanas. Sirsasana helps to increase the oxygen content of the blood to the body to the heart. The name meaning Sirsa is known as head. At Sirsasana, you balance your body, elbow, and head up. Our head is the main part of our body. Processes such as speech, hearing, memory, smell, the impression made by the center by our head.

2.Halasanam ( Plough)

Halasanam sleep deprivation asana. Halasanam practice transforms the body in the form of Plow. Straighten up, attach your legs, and keep your hands close to your body, take a deep breath and lift your legs first. Breathe in and try to squeeze your foot behind your head, breathe in, and take your hips down, breathe in, and slowly lower your feet. You can relax in the air. Try this asana 3 to 5 times every morning and evening. Halasanam helps digest your body. Halasanam helps treat allergies, arthritis, and constipation.

3.Matsyasanam ( Fish)

 

In Matsyasana exercise, you relax in Padmasanam, and the body bends slightly behind the head and bends down and relaxes. The first finger of the right leg should be held with the right hand, and the left finger should be held with the left hand. You breathe normally, then release your hand and stretch your body slightly and lift your head and relax. In Matsyasana, our bodies are as full of water as fish. Matsyasana helps avoid Astana, Brongities, Diabetes.

4.Bhujangana ( Cobra )

In Bhujangasana you stretch your arms out and lie down straight, and bring your hands down slightly to the left and then down, with your breath, lifting your body to the rope, then lowering your body and lowering your forehead in order, then rest and repeat four or five times. After each workout, relax again. This baby helps your upper chest area expand. This baby helps strengthen your muscles and muscles.

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