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What asanas are preferred for beginners? How much time should I have to spend on each asana?

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posted Apr 12, 2018 by Megana

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oga is not just an exercise or asanas, it is the emotional integration and spiritual elevation with a touch of a mystic element, which gives you a glimpse of something beyond all imagination”- Gurudev Sri Ravi Shankar

He perfectly defines yoga as the art of living, a science that completely imbibes the way of life. Yoga means the union of Individual Consciousness or Soul with the Universal Consciousness or Spirit.

Learning yoga is not a tough job and not simple as well. Beginners experience a little inconvenience in the starting but become habitual after a while. Some tips that yoga beginners should keep in mind are:

Begin from your home

People find it tough going out from home for some separate yoga classes daily. So, to make it a bit convenient, you can reserve some space at your home, where you can do yoga daily. This will give a two-fold benefit, saving your time and being more convenient.

Sticky Mat

You may not have paid attention to it, but still, it matters. Although a sticky mat will be a bit costly, you will know its importance when you will perform spread-legged postures. The sticky mat keeps your posture undisturbed as it has sufficient grip on the floor.

Take some guidance

Never try to start exercises or asanas randomly. Yoga, if not performed properly, can have reverse effects on your body. So, take advice from a yoga teacher or some friend who is doing it from a certain time. You can also take help of few good websites also.

Make it a routine

Doing yoga at irregularly is nearly equal to not doing it at all. So, define a certain time in a day, dusk preferably, making it a habit and doing it regularly. This will have a good effect on your body.

Chanting will refresh you throughout

Learn some Sanskrit shlokas and regularly chant them in a soft voice. You may think this is childish, but researchers, not only within India but abroad as well, have found that chanting “Hare Rama Hare Rama, Rama Rama Hare Hare; Hare Krishna Hare Krishna, Krishna Krishna Hare Hare” regularly, keeps you away from depression.

answer Apr 14, 2018 by T.venu Kumar