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Top 9 Different Types Of Yoga Asanas And Their Benefits

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Yoga asanas are the simplest and the easiest way to reduce our excess weight and meditating our body and mind. The ancient practice types of yoga asanas provides a wide range of mind and body benefits, including other benefits like giving strength and flexibility, stress relief and even cures many diseases.Yoga is all about stretching our body in different forms and meditation. Yoga poses like Surya namaskara (Sun Salutation), Dhanurasana (Bow pose), Bhujangasana (Cobra pose), Kapalabhati pranayama and so many other effective yoga poses helps in reducing our weight as well as our belly fat.

Various Types Yoga Asanas For Beginners With Benefits:

1. Slow Neck Stretches Yoga Asana

To start with yoga, one should get started with the basic exercises first like slow neck stretches. It is recommend to perform few repetitions of this yogic slow neck stretches as it eases the neck tension and strain. This yoga pose can be easily done standing anywhere, even sitting on your chair!

Slow Neck Stretches Yoga Asana

2. Tadasana Yoga (Mountain Pose)

 

Tadasana is also known as mountain pose and it is one of the best yoga asanas. Practicing this yogasana regularly every morning gives a good massage to our hands, back, spine and the whole body. This is the most recommended asana for increasing height as well.

Tadasana Yoga

3. Uttanasana (Standing Forward Fold Pose)

Uttanasana is a forward bending pose which relaxes us from stress and anxiety. And with

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arm bind, this standing forward bend variation provides a deep shoulder stretch. By binding the hands, it also allows the arms to stretch and tighten the shoulders to relax. It also brings some blood back to the brain while giving a great stretch to the legs.

Uttanasana

4. Trikonasana Yoga (Triangle Pose) 

This trikonasana yoga stretches and strengthens the muscles along with improving the functions of our body. This is a good yoga exercise for pregnant women. It helps in reducing blood pressure, stress and anxiety and also improves the functions of the blood through the entire body. This yogasana improves our balance & concentration power. It also removes fats from waist and thighs.

Trikonasana Yoga

5. Dhanurasana Yoga (Bow Pose) :

Dhanurasana is very effective in weight loss program. this yoga pose helps in reducing the belly fat very easily. It streng maskara is considered to be two sets of the twelve asana, with a change in the second set where the opposing leg is moved first. It improves flexibility, strength, balance, reduces stress and anxiety, reduces symptoms of lower back pain, shortens labor and improves birth outcomes, and reduces sleep disturbances and hypertension. It also increases energy and decreases fatigue and are very beneficial for asthma & chronic diseases. This is s basic yogasana set to stretch your legs and reduce weight.

Dhanurasana Yoga

6. Kapalbhati Yoga Asana

Kapalbhati pranayama is the most recommended breathing yoga exercise which cures our stomach disorder completely and loses weight. Practicing 5 minutes kapalbhati pranayama regularly removes the toxins and increases metabolism. It also cures constipation, acidity, diabetes, Asthma and all kinds of Respiratory troubles, sinus and even hair loss. It is very effective in weight loss (mainly belly fats). This is superb yogasana for ever.

Kapalbhati Yoga Asana

7. Baddha Konasana Yoga (Bound Angle Pose)

This pose of yoga for beginners helps to open up the hips and ease sciatica discomfort that can be made worse by sitting for long periods. The sciatic nerve starts in the lower back and runs down both leg, and sciatic nerve pain can occur when the nerve is somehow compressed. Long commutes and sitting for long periods of time exacerbates it.

Baddha Konasana Yoga

8. Eagle Twist Yoga Posture For Beginners

This asana helps in relaxing and it also an excellent way to increase side-to-side spinal flexibility. With regular practice of this asana every day one can relieve pain in the lower belly and lower back.

Eagle Twist Yoga Posture For Beginners

9. Sirsasana (Headstand Pose)

With regular practice of this asana it cures insomnia (sleeping disorder), spine problems and also improves concentration powers & mental balance. It increases the blood circulation in brain and improves the brains functions and memory. Even people suffering from liver disease, poor blood circulation and headache should perform this asana regularly.

 

 

posted Sep 25 by Akshay Kumar.v

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