The word Yoga first appeared in the oldest sacred texts, the Rig Veda and is derived from the Sanskrit root “Yuj” which means to join or unite. According to the Yogic scriptures, the practice of Yoga leads an individual to the union of consciousness with that of universal Consciousness. The Practice of Yoga was started over 5000 years ago during the Indus-Saraswati civilization in North India and now is practiced worldwide.
Yoga is an essential need, for Body to earn energy, for our Mind to perceive peace and for Spirituality to simplify our sustaining. Practicing Yoga regularly is crucial these days for what we are known and also are experiencing in this pandemic is the infectious environment and moreover, the negative news that keeps flowing now and then. Nevertheless, we can’t certainly bring optimism outside hastily in these tough times but we can easily uplift a positive vibe, within ourselves through Yoga.
We live in the times where more than half of our day goes by working or surfing on our gadgets. As for which we spend most of the time sitting which leads our body to suffer pain and inflexibility. So to get rid of the never-ending body aches and modifying ourselves with Healthy lifestyle we bring you five basic Yoga Asanas (poses)
Vrikshasana (Tree Pose)
This pose gives you a sense of grounding. It improves your balance and strengthens your legs and back. It helps the practitioner to enhance strength and Balance.
Naukasana (Boat Pose)
It tightens the abdominal muscles and strengthens shoulders and upper back. It leaves the practitioner with a sense of stability.
Bhujangasana (Cobra Pose)
This one will strengthen the lower back muscles while cushioning the spine, triceps and opens the chest to promote the inhalations. It also makes the spine flexible.
This restful posture helps let go and surrender. It restores vitality physically, mentally, and emotionally. This leads the practitioner to reduce stress and anxiety.
Sukhasna is a comfortable position for Pranayama and meditation. It gives the practitioner a centering effect. This asana takes the yoga practice beyond its physical dimension and helps you get in touch with your spiritual side.
Practice this Five Basic Poses for a better and healthier lifestyle.