International Yoga Day 2021: These asanas will keep you healthy on Yoga Day

International Yoga Day 2021: Today we are celebrating 7th International Yoga Day. Countries all over the world are adopting this knowledge of India due to its innumerable benefits. Yoga not only keeps you physically fit but also makes you mentally strong. Yoga has been very beneficial in the Corona period. Yoga is a very gentle practice that has a profound effect on the mind and personality. Along with this, you have to take full care of your diet, relaxation and sleep. Let’s do yoga and become fit and healthy…

Chair Pose: Chair Pose Utkatasana is also known as Chair Pose. To do this, stand on the yoga mat with your legs spread apart. Now spread both your hands forward. Keep in mind that your hands should be straight and elbows should not be able to bend. Now slowly bend both the knees. Like you are sitting on an imaginary chair. During this your spine should be straight. Now take long breaths. Remain in this position for about a minute.

Tadasana: First of all you stand up and keep your waist and neck straight. Now raise your hand above the head and while breathing slowly pull the whole body. Feel the stretch from the toes to the toes. Maintain this state for some time and inhale and exhale. Then while exhaling, slowly bring your hands and body to the first position. In this way one cycle is completed. Tadasana yoga makes the whole body flexible. This is a yoga posture that brings flexibility in the muscles to a great extent. It lightens and relaxes the body. Apart from this, it also gives shape and beauty to the body. Melts the excess body fat and brings a new glow in your personality.

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Vrikshasana: To do Vrikshasana, stand straight and lift the right leg and place it on the left thigh in such a way that the toe is facing down and the heel is at the base of the thigh. Keep both the hands in front in the position of Namaskar. After remaining in this position as much as possible, do the same exercise with the other leg. It gives relief in the pain of knees, ankles and arthritis. Beneficial in stress, depression.

Trikonasana: Many parts of the body are involved in the practice of Trikonasana, so that they can be stretched well. The muscles of the hips, waist, arms, shoulders, hamstrings, calves, legs and forearms work during the practice of this asana. This yoga posture helps in improving your body posture. This asana is known to stretch the muscles and improve regular physical function.

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Dandasana: To do Dandasana, first of all, lay the yoga mat on the floor and sit on it. Extend both the legs in front of your body and keep both of them close. Keep the fingers of both the feet bent and pulled towards you. Press your thighs and heels into the floor. Keep both your hands straight and palms on the ground. The hands should remain near both the hips. Keep your spine and neck straight. Lift your chest and pull your shoulders back slightly to stretch your collarbones. Look forward and keep your breathing normal. You keep doing this Dandasana for 20 seconds to a minute. You can also do this asana according to your ability. Dandasana is a simple asana of yoga posture. It makes way for the energy of self-awakening. Therefore Dandasana is considered the ideal asana to promote strength and good form.

Vajrasana: To do Vajrasana, bend both the legs and sit in Vajrasana. Place both the hands on the thigh and take the breath in and out. Do this 10 times. But remember that during this time the eyes should be closed. You can do this asana even after eating food.

Ustrasana: Sit on your yoga mat with the support of your knees and keep both the hands on the hip. The knees should be parallel to the shoulders and the soles of the feet should be towards the sky. While inhaling, pull the spine as if it is being pulled from the navel. Stay seated without putting pressure on the neck. In this position, take a few breaths. Come to your starting position while exhaling. Bring the hands back to your waist and straighten up.

Makarasana: The posture of lying down in a calm state is called Makarasana. While practicing this asana, one has to lie down on the ground in a very calm posture in the shape of a crocodile.

BhujangasanaBhujangasana is also known as Sarpasana, Cobra Asana or Snake Pose. In this posture the body forms the shape of a snake. This asana is performed by lying on the ground and with the back bent while the head is in the raised hood position of the snake.

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Shalabhasana: To do Shalabhasana, first of all, by laying a mat on a clean place, lie down on your stomach, that is, your back should be up and your stomach should be on the ground below. Keep both your legs straight and keep the toes of your feet straight and upwards. Straighten both your hands and press them under the thighs i.e. press your right hand under the right thigh and left hand under the left thigh. Keep your head and mouth straight. Then keep yourself normal and take a deep breath in. Try to lift both your legs upwards, raise the legs as high as possible to their maximum height.

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