Learn from yoga expert Savita Yadav
By doing yoga, not only man can remain healthy but he also gets relief from all kinds of stress. Yoga is the action of gaining control over the breath and mind.
- Last Updated:December 26, 2020, 11:01 AM IST
Marjari posture: Marjari Asana is a forward and backward yoga posture. Cat walk is famous all over the world, but we discuss about cat pose in yoga posture class. This asana is beneficial for your body in many ways. This asana gives a good stretch to the spine. With this it gives relief in back pain and neck pain.
Pranasana: For Pranasana, sit on the mat on the ground and place the right foot on the left thigh and make the left foot stand with the knee bent. Then take the right leg above the knee.
Then, take the hand out below the left knee and rest the palm on the ground. Initially, do this 5-6 seconds and do it 2-3 times. Then increase the time by 1-2 seconds every week. With this, the arms are strong, the body becomes shapely and strong. The muscles of the thighs, knees and calves are strengthened. Life increases.
There are many benefits of Padahastasana:
There are many benefits to the body from Padahastasana. By doing this continuously, the balance, posture and flexibility of the body are maintained. To do the parasthaasan, stand up straight. After this, move both your hands towards the back of the body. Now bring your hands forward again. Now slowly lean forward. But keep in mind your feet should be straight. While bending, hold the knees with the toes with both your hands. After this, get up slowly and take a deep, long breath.
Benefits of farting
The complaint of flatulence is removed by its continuous practice.
The constipation goes away and digestion is better.
This practice increases metabolism of the body.
It increases concentration efficiency.
Butterfly posture is also called butterfly posture. This asana is especially beneficial for women. To perform butterfly posture, sit with your legs spread out in front, keep the spine straight. Bend the knees and bring both legs towards the pelvis. Hold both feet tightly with both hands. You can put your hands under your feet for support. Try to bring the heel as close to the genitals as possible. Take long, deep breaths, while exhaling, press the curves and thighs towards the ground. Start moving both legs up and down like butterfly wings. Accelerate slowly. Take a breath and leave your breath. Initially do it as much as you can. Increase practice gradually.