In your day to day life, you forget the most crucial thing in life. And that is living healthy. You eat fast food everyday and also you eat preservative which you don’t know that they are in your packaged food. Yoga is a peace of mind and body. It helps your body recover from stresses which are induced by your daily routine. Yoga is the way of repairing your mind with the help of your body and also vice versa.
We are going to suggest you some Yoga (Asana) which will help you get your stressful life out of your body and mind, which will make you calm and lively. It’ll help your mind towards a positive perspective. And help your body free from all the negativity.
1.Consciousness Seal (Chin Mudra)
This mudra connects us to our higher Self, helps lift dull energy, creates a more receptive state, calms the mind, and brightens the overall mood. It is often used in meditation, pranayama, and asana.
Step 1 – Rest your hands on top of your thighs with your palms open.
Step 2 – Gently tuck the tip of the index finger under the tip of the thumb, keeping the remaining three fingers lightly extended.
Step 3 – Relax the back of the hands on top of the thighs, with the palms facing upward.
2. Head-to-Knee Forward Bend (Janu Sirsasana)
Head-to-Knee Forward Bend is appropriate for all levels of student and a spinal twist to boot.
Step 1 – Sit on the floor with your legs straight in front of you. Use a blanket under your buttocks if necessary. Inhale, bend your right knee, and draw the heel back toward your perineum. Rest your right foot sole lightly against your inner left thigh, and lay the outer right leg on the floor, with the shin at a right angle to the left leg (if your right knee doesn’t rest comfortably on the floor, support it with a folded blanket).
Step 2 – Press your right hand against the inner right groin, where the thigh joins the pelvis, and your left hand on the floor beside the hip. Exhale and turn the torso slightly to the left, lifting the torso as you push down on and ground the inner right thigh. Line up your navel with the middle of the left thigh. You can just stay here, using a strap to help you lengthen the spine evenly, grounding through the sitting bones.
Step 3 – Or, when you are ready, you can drop the strap and reach out with your right hand to take the inner left foot, thumb on the sole. Inhale and lift the front torso, pressing the top of the left thigh into the floor and extending actively through the left heel. Use the pressure of the left hand on the floor to increase the twist to the left. Then reach your left hand to the outside of the foot. With the arms fully extended, lengthen the front torso from the pubis to the top of the sternum.
Step 4 – Exhale and extend forward from the groins, not the hips. Be sure not to pull yourself forcefully into the forward bend, hunching the back and shortening the front torso. As you descend, bend your elbows out to the sides and lift them away from the floor.
Step 5 – Lengthen forward into a comfortable stretch. The lower belly should touch the thighs first, the head last. Stay in the pose anywhere from 1 to 3 minutes. Come up with an inhalation and repeat the instructions with the legs reversed for the same length of time.
3. Legs-Up-the-Wall Pose (Viparita Karani)
There’s a general consensus among modern yogis that Legs-Up-The-Wall Pose may have the power to cure whatever ails you.
Step 1 – Lie on the back. The arms are straight, beside the body. Inhaling bend the knees and raise the legs and buttocks. Bring the hands under the hips to support the buttocks. Elbows remain on the floor. Straighten the legs vertically upwards. Relax the muscles of the feet, legs and hips.
Step 2 – Breathing normally, remain in this position as long as comfortable. Exhale, bend the knees towards the forehead, slowly lower the buttocks and legs, and return to the starting position.
Some studies say that, to make yoga effective you have do the lifting and eat healthy food, and we agree. Tell us what kind of lifestyle you live in the comments below.