It has been said that doing yoga is extremely helpful for the body health.
One of the reasons for this is that yoga poses are very natural body positions and our body enjoys being in such a position, but the main problem to get this enjoyment feeling is to relief all the stress and tension in our muscles.
From the other side it’s known that vodka relaxes person to its maximum, and according to yoga one who relaxed can easily make complicated yoga exercises.
Mountain – Tadasana
Improves posture, balance and self-awareness.
A deceptive pose in that it appears so simple that some may ask – “why bother?” But just as there’s more to breathing than meets the eye, there is more to standing, too.
Stand with feet together, hands at your sides, eyes looking forward. Raise your toes, fan them open, then place them back down on the floor. Feel your heel, outside of your foot, toes and ball of your foot
Increases flexibility of spine
This is really two poses, one flowing into the other. Begin on your hands and knees. Keep your hands just in front of your shoulders, your legs about hip width apart. As you inhale, tilt the tailbone and pelvis up, and let the spine curve downward, dropping the stomach low, and lift your head up.
Stretch gently. As you exhale, move into cat by reversing the spinal bend, tilting the pelvis down, drawing the spine up and pulling the chest and stomach in. Repeat several times, flowing smoothly into cat, and cat back into you.
Side Camel posa
Dhanur means bow-shaped, curved or bent. The “bow” here referred to is a bow as in “bow and arrow.”
Literally we could translate this as the near-the-ear bow posture but because of the obvious appearance of the posture we’ll call it the shooting bow posture.
Easy yoga postures to enter this pose from are the Child pose (Balasana) or Hero pose (Virasana).
Take the arms behind you placing the hands on the feet. The top of the feet can be on the mat or for less strain on your lower back raise the tops of the feet off the mat and come on to the ball points of the toes.
Pull the navel both up and back to reduce the strain on the discs in the lower back.
Strengthens legs and arms; improves balance and concentration.
Concentrate on a spot in front of you and breathe. Take 4 or 5 deep breaths, lower your arms, bring your legs together. Reverse the position.
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