7 Yoga Poses to Boost Your Health

The polluted environment and non-systematic way of living has led us to a point where every other day we are sick. It is so unfortunate to stay in bed all day and feel low. The reason behind this problem could be weak immunity system. Our body is fragile and so our defensive mechanism is weak too. The schedule of our daily lives is so busy that it doesn’t even give us proper time to recover from the sickness. So, it is a better idea to keep our body fit and healthy by pre practicing Yoga. You can practice Yoga at home as well as seek Yoga Teacher Training in India. Yoga helps us in the revival of our lost strength, self-endurance and peace of mind. You can also practice yoga at home for developing better immunity system and boosts your health. Immunity system of our body gets affected by various types of problems like poor eating habit, inactive lifestyle and overdose of stress and tension. Here, in this article, you can read about the different poses of Yoga that can help you to revive your body strength and escalate your energy.

Check out the Common Yoga Poses that can enhance Your Health

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We all know Yoga helps in the rejuvenation and synchronization of the body, mind, and soul. Yoga believes in the holistic approach of healing and curing. In this era, it is normal to be unhealthy or stuck with obesity, but Yoga can help you to get over the fatal health problems by practicing the different Yoga Poses appropriately. Here’s a list of some of the poses we are expected to perform to get rid of the health hazardous issues.

Vrksasana (Tree Pose) 

Vrksasana is popularly known as the Tree Pose as it represents the stable, consistent and a balanced posture of tree. Make sure that you do practice this hatha yoga with a fresh mind and empty stomach in the morning. Vrksasana helps you to strengthen your spine and improves the coordination of aid-nerve muscle. It also helps you to maintain a stable and consistent mind-set. Also, your body strength, stamina, and self-confidence keep on increasing.

Trikonasana (Triangle Pose)

As the name suggests, the pose resembles a triangle. To develop a good and healthy immune system, one should practice this pose. As a beginner, you must practice this Vinyasa-style Yoga pose for not less than 30 seconds or five to ten deep breaths. It is always a great idea to perform this Yoga in the morning because of fresh mind and active body. Mainly, Trikonasana improves the blood circulation, helps in aiding digestion, reduces blood pressure, accelerates concentration and also helps us to attain a calm and peaceful state of mind away from the chaos.

Padangusthasana (Big Toe Pose)

It is also known as the Big toe pose that helps our muscles to stretch the back of your legs, your neck and spine too. Make sure you practice this basic level Hatha Yoga in the morning on empty stomach. If you skipped the morning routine, you can try it again in the evening but after 2 to 3 hours of your meal. It helps to release stress and anxiety and allow us to calm ourselves down. The most important benefit is it helps to stimulate the digestive system, so that the process of digestion improves. People, who are traumatized with Insomnia, must try these poses for better and peaceful sleep.

Bhujangasana (Cobra Pose)

It is popularly known as the Cobra Pose as it signifies the raised head of a cobra. It is a part of the Suryanamskar practice. You are supposed to hold this position for 15-30 seconds or 5-10 breathes. It stimulates the digestive system and circulation. The position would open up your heart and lungs which help you relieve the stress and tension. Also, it increases the flexibility of your spine, lightens up your mood and invigorates your energy level.

Matsyasana or Fish Pose

This particular pose of Hatha Yoga should be practiced for 15 to 30 seconds or at least five deep breaths. It helps in stimulating core digestion. It also helps to relieve the tension from the shoulders and neck. It helps in the regulation of breathing and also helps in stimulating the parathyroid gland. It helps in keeping away the anxiety, constipation or any fatigue on the verge.

Utkatasana (Chair Pose)

Without an actual chair, you are supposed to pretend like you are sitting on a chair. Try to hold the pose for not less than 30 to 60 seconds without making any noticeable change. Make sure when you are practicing it, you do take 5 to 10 breaths while maintaining the position. The main motive of practicing Utkatasana is to enhance the health of yours. It increases your strength level, intrigues energy in your body, and stimulates the heart. It also focuses on relaxation and massaging of the abdominal organs. You can practice this pose so that you can lead a healthy plus happy life.

Mountain Pose or Tadasana

Mountain pose or Tadasana is the primary pose from where all other different poses emerge. This is the reason it is also known as the mother of Yoga poses. You can practice this particular pose at any time of the day. Make sure when you practice it, you should hold it for not less than 10-20 seconds or at least five deep breaths. While practicing Tadasana, make sure your stomach is empty. You must practice Tadasana, as it helps to regulate the digestive system and restore the balance. It helps you to stabilize breathing, relieves stress and improves the blood circulation in the body.

The blog deals with simple Yoga Poses that can help you to regain your energy and foster a sense health-consciousness in you. Practicing all the above-given Yoga Poses would let you live a healthy life and develop a vigorous personality.

Author Bio :

Manmohan Singh is a passionate Yogi, Yoga Teacher and a Traveller in India. He organize 200 hour Yoga Teacher Training in Rishikesh. Manmohan Singh conducts Trekking Tours in different cities. He loves writing and reading books related to yoga, health, nature, Himalayas and Trekking in India.

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