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 Yoga 

Date of Publish - Thursday, 14th December 2017
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 Yoga

We all know that Yoga energizes, relaxes, strengthens and promotes correct breathing. After the physical postures one feels benefited by a more positive outlook, enthusiasm, and a general sense of self-awareness.


It Improves general health, posture, muscle tone, sleep, immunity, pain tolerance and normalizes Weight. It Stabilizes autonomic nervous system, Increases cardio-respiratory efficiency, muscular- skeletal flexibility, range of joint movement, physical endurance, strength and energy levels and Decreases HR, BP, RR and EMG activity, Normalizes GIT and endocrine function. You will find that after doing Yoga there is an Increase in Somatic Awareness, Kinesthetic Awareness, Subjective Well-being, Self-acceptance, Self-actualization and Social Adjustment and Decrease in Hostility, Anxiety and Depression. It helps Women in puberty, pregnancy, and menopause. For children and Adult, it helps to improve Attention, Learning, efficiency, Depth, perception, Concentration and Memory.
Some Yoga which everybody must do, are given below:

Anulom Vilom Pranayama:

Anulom Vilom Pranayama cleans the pranic channels and makes the prana flow freely in the entire body. It removes toxins from the body. It removes toxins from the body. 
Bandha Sarvangasan:
The Bridge yoga pose is a great front hip joints opener; it also strengthens your spine, opens the chest, and improves your spinal flexibility in addition to stimulating your thyroid. This pose brings many benefits to your body, such as the relief from stress, anxiety, insomnia and it can help with depression.

Sukhasana:

The Easy Pose may seem as an easy pose but it has many benefits for the body. For example, it is a hip opener, it is calming, and it eases the menstrual pain for women in addition to lowering the level of anxiety. (While doing the posture make sure your spine is straightened).

Vidarbhasan (Warrior Pose):

The Warrior is a great pose for those of you who have had a hectic day at work and just need to relax your body and mind. While in this pose you are strengthening your legs, you are opening your chest and shoulders, movements which we usually don’t do throughout our day, but they are necessary for a good posture and peaceful mind. The effects out of this posture are tremendous: it strengthens the muscles of your knees and feet, it stretches your shoulders and spine, and it improves your focus. Your breath needs to be regulated; your focus should be on the expansion of your arms which will help you to improve your patience. Keep yourself elevated rather than collapsing with your hips – don’t allow gravitation to pull you down. 

Trikonansana: 

The Triangle is one of those postures that bring to your body many benefits. For example, it improves the flexibility of your spine; it helps with the alignment of your shoulders; it relieves back pain and stiffness in the neck area, but don’t forget you need to practice each posture on the left and right site – balancing your postures is very important. With the practice of this posture you will notice many improvements, but especially for your posture.

Utkatasana: 

The Chair yoga position tones your leg muscles, strengthens your hip reflexes, ankles, calves and back. It stretches the chest and shoulders. It reduces symptoms of flat feet and it stimulates your heart, diaphragm, and abdominal organs.

Vrksasana: 

The Tree yoga pose may seems as another easy posture but it is not a resting asana. Your back should be aligned property (extended), your hips should be at one level, and since your stability depends on the distribution of your weight on your standing leg ensure you do while maintaining and improving your balance. 

Surya Namaskars:

These are also very important, and one must include these as it is very helpful in daily Life. It keeps you fresh and strengthens your muscles. 

Make sure that your Diet is also proper and you drink lots and lots of water. Also, when your do these yoga, you keep breathing in and out.If you are disciplined and follow these yoga exercises, very soon you will be living a life without stress and diseases.

 

 

 

Author :
Ritika Yadav IMIA025

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