Few yoga poses for beginners that help our body reflexes throughout the day
Child’s Pose (Balasana) - In Downward-Facing Dog, take a deep breath. On the exhale, release the knees to the floor.
Pull your hips back to the heels while bringing chest over your knees.Lower the shoulders and rest your forehead on the floor. Place the arms along your sides, palms down, or you can support the head by folding arms under the forehead. Breathe and relax for as long as you feel comfortable.This pose is nurturing as it relaxes your spine, shoulders, and neck, and soothes your internal organs
Mountain Pose (Tadasana) - Stand still with your feet shoulder-width apart and outstretch the arms.
Lift both arms away from your sides and about 12 inches away from the hips.
Roll shoulders back and tilt the chin slightly upwards.
Take a deep breath while stretching your arms out.
Hold this pose and analyze your posture in front of a mirror.
This is one of the best yoga poses that helps in improving body postures
Cat-Cow - Sit on all fours with your hands directly below the shoulders and knees directly below hips.
Distribute your weight equally between the hands; spread fingers wide.
Inhale and round your back, lowering the chin to your chest.
As you exhale, lower the back down to a scoop shape as you lift head, and tilt it back.
The Cat-Cow pose is a great posture that opens and increases the flexibility of the whole spine, neck, chest, and shoulders
Tree Pose (Vriksasana) - Stand straight while bringing your hands together in the prayer position and lift them over head.
Keep a steady balance on your right leg.
Bend your left knee out to the left side while pressing the left foot to the inner thigh of right leg.
Hold this position for 30 seconds.
Switch legs and repeat all over.
It’s a great stretching exercise for our body & muscles as it allows stretching of the body
Easy Pose (Sukhasana) - Sit cross-legged on the floor with your hands on the knees, palms up.
Keep the spine as straight as you can.
Push your sit bones down into the floor.
Close your eyes while breathing in and out.
This is one of the easiest and great yoga poses for beginners to start with. It helps relieving stress, anxiety by releasing happy hormones and also boosts flexibility