Hello friend, today we are going to tell you about 10 such yoga poses which you should do every morning and include in your daily exercise and doing all these yoga poses daily will make your body healthy and strong and your immunity.
Why should we do yoga in the morning
Yoga can be done at any time, but morning time is considered best for yoga because the atmosphere in the morning is pure and doing yoga in the morning is considered right for our body. and the morning atmosphere is calm, there is no noise
Why yoga is beneficial for us
Yoga is right for our physical health and growth of the body and keeps us healthy and yoga makes our body flexible and balance of our body
Slow and deep breathing of yoga postures increases blood flow.
Yoga gives us strength to fight against diseases and increases our immunity.
What are the things you need before starting yoga: –
To do yoga in the right way, it is very important for you to be in discipline and you should always keep these things with you while doing yoga, which must include yoga mat and water bottle.
Your yoga mat is there to give your body a rest as your body will be in contact with the floor most of the time. Using yoga mats helps protect your hips, knees, back and other parts from the hard surface of the floor. When you are practicing these yoga postures we recommend using this extra thick, non-slip yoga mat!
10 Best Morning Yoga Poses
- Surya Namaskar (Sun Salutation)
- Warrior pose (Virabhadrasana)
- Garland pose (Mālāsana)
- Easy Seated Twist
- King Pigeon pose
- Boat pose
- Bridge pose
- Chair pose (Utkatasana)
- Cat-Cow pose
Surya Namaskar (Sun Salutation)
This is how we can make the skin glow by doing Surya Namaskar and it is a basic and most popular yoga practice. Surya Namaskar means ‘saluting the sun’. There are 12 types of yoga postures in Surya Namaskar. Surya Namaskar is beneficial for the whole body. Surya Namaskar is a good way to keep the body fit because Surya Namaskar exercises almost the whole body. And this gives glow to our body. Click here to read how to do Surya Namaskar
Warrior pose (Virabhadrasana)
In this yoga warrior posture is best for you to build strength and endurance in yoga practice. It gives us confidence and stretches the hips and thighs while building strength throughout the lower body and core.
How to do this
Stand in Tadasana (mountain posture). Exhale, take steps or separate your legs lightly. Raise your arms perpendicular to the floor (and parallel to each other)
Bend your left leg from 75 to 60 degrees to the right and your right foot from 90 degrees to the right. Align the right heel with the left heel. Exhale and turn your torso to the right.
Keeping your left heel firmly on the floor, exhale and bend your right knee over the right ankle so that the calf is perpendicular to the floor.
To come up, inhale, press the back heel firmly into the floor and reach up through the arms while straightening the right knee. Fold the legs forward and release the hands while breathing. Take a few breaths, then bend the legs to the left and repeat for the same length.
Garland pose (Mālāsana)
The name Malasana is used for various squatting asanas in hatha yoga and modern yoga as exercise. Traditionally, and in B. K. S. Iyengar’s Light on Yoga, Malasana, or Garland Pose, is used for a different squatting pose with the feet together and the back rounded with multiple hand placement variations.
Open your hips, thighs, and ankles with Garland Pose.
To do this:
- Squat down with your feet as close together as you can get them, toes pointed out.
- Let your torso fall between your thighs, pressing your elbows against your knees.
- Keep your tailbone pressed toward the ground and your chest up, using the resistance of your knees to help you.
It is derived from the Sanskrit word apex. Head means head. In this posture, the seeker has to stand on the head and balance of hands, hence it is called a headstand. This easy is a bit tough, but it is very effective if you want to keep the face bright and healthy for a long time. Since you are standing on your head, blood circulation starts downwards and blood circulation is better towards the face
How to Do a Headstand: Step-by-Step
- You have to first sit in Vajrasana by laying a bed sheet or mat for headstand. Remember that you sit in such a way that there is enough space for you to bow down.
- While sitting in Vajrasana, with both elbows on the ground, join the fingers of both hands together.
- Now your palms should be upward by joining the fingers of both hands, so that you can support the palms of your head
- Now keep your head on the palms and keep breathing normal while slowly bending forward. Then slowly let the body load on your head.
- In this state, you have to lift your legs towards the sky, just like you stand on your feet and stand upside down.
Easy Seated Twist
This yoga is very good for your spine and by doing this it benefits your spine and digestive system.
How to do: Lie on back and bring both knees in toward chest. Holding left knee into chest, let right leg straighten out on the floor. Bring bent left knee across body, keeping shoulder blades on the floor. Turn head to look over the left shoulder to complete twist. Hold for 45 seconds to 1 minute. Bring both knees into the chest and repeat on the other side.
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