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Yoga Poses to Improve Your Health

Indians are proud of passing yoga in the west. The world is embracing this treasure of health, strength, stamina, flexibility, and mental well being wholehearted. This sophisticated practice ensures to sculpt our body to achieve finalized goals and stimulate a healthy mind and happiness. How to do yoga poses for remarkable benefits? Here are some beneficial yoga poses. Keep reading to find out the key to a happy and healthy lifestyle:

Paschimottanasana (Seated Forward Bend)

This yoga pose is highly beneficial for the patients of hypothyroid and hyperthyroid. It ensures the wellbeing of abdominal organs and cures digestive disorders. It also stimulates our reproductive organs. You may go for yoga holidays in Thailand for an incredible yoga experience.

How to do:

  • Sit straight with stretched out legs.
  • Erect your arms above with your palms facing each other.
  • Keep your knees straight and bend forward withholding your heels with your palms.
  • Try to touch your nose to your shin and try to reduce the gap between your thighs and your stomach.

 

Padahasthasana (Hand under Foot Pose)

This asana works as an antioxidant for your skin and helps in increasing the flow towards your face and hairs. It also helps in opening your hamstrings. It reduces paunch and tones your stomach.

How to do:

  • Stand straight and erect your arms above with palms facing each other.
  • Exhale and bend forward by putting your arms parallel to your legs.
  • Place both the arms flat on beside your feet.
  • Ensure that you keep your knees straight and elbows slightly bent.
  • Hold this pose for 30 seconds after that release gradually.

 

Adhomukhiswanasana (Downward – Facing Dog)

If you’re worried about hair fall and nothing seems to be working, you should try this asana because it increases the blood flow in hairs to nourish them and reduces breakage. It also helps in making your backbone more flexible and opens up your shoulder blades.

How to do:

  • Stand straight and put your hands beside your body.
  • Stretch your arms as you bend your body forward.
  • Place your arms on the floor beside your feet.
  • Make a triangular shape with your body, place your one leg back after that, put your other leg back.
  • Make sure your tailbone remains up and your heels touch the floor. Hold this pose for 30 seconds then release gradually.

 

Santholanasana (Balancing Pose)

This asana helps in improving your digestion and strengthens our core muscles, wrist, and arms.

How to:

  • Lie on your stomach. Place your arms beside your chest with your elbows pointing upward
  • Exert pressure and make sure your upper body and your lower body must be in the same line.
  • Face forward and make a 90-degree angle with your arms.
  • Try holding this pose for 30 seconds.

 

Bhujangasana (Cobra Pose)

This asana reduces your stiffness and makes you more flexible. It improves the blood circulation in the spine and stimulates digestion. If you want remarkable results, you may go for a yoga retreat in Koh Tao for a better experience.

How to:

  • Lie on your stomach with your legs stretched out.
  • Put your arms beside the body with elbows pointing upward.
  • Keep your tummy on the ground and with the help of your arms lift, your body upward.
  • Open your shoulder and face upward. Keep your elbows slightly bent. Try holding this pose for 30 seconds.

 

Ashtanga pranamasana (Prayer Pose)

It benefits the neck, lower back, and shoulder. This pose helps your arm muscles and legs as well as the shoulder and spine blades.

How to:

  • Lie on your stomach and put your palms beside your chest with your elbows pointing upward.
  • Remain parallel to the floor by lifting your body upward.
  • Now place your toes and palms touching the ground and by keeping your pelvis lift upward.
  • Your bent elbow must be pointing to the sky.
  • Make sure that your tummy, pelvis, and thighs do not touch the ground.
  • Ensures that both the toes, hands, knees and chest touch the ground.
  • Try holding this posture for 30 seconds and after that gradually release it.

 

Ashwa Sanchalanasana (Equestrian Pose)

This asana helps in improving your abdomen and its functions. It is highly beneficial for the patients of constipation, sciatica, and indigestion to experience this you can go for yoga retreat in Koh Phangan.

How to:

  • Stand straight and put your hands beside your body. Bend and place your palms on the floor.
  • Inhale and look forward by bending your left foot on your leg.
  • Put your left knee down and try pointing your toes outward.
  • Put your palms flat on the floor and keep your elbows straight.
  • Try holding this posture for 30 seconds and after that release it gradually.

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