If you have wanted to try yoga for a long time, but are not yet ready to attend yoga classes, then you can start yoga at home. In this article we will consider the very first poses for beginners with visual pictures pos. And in order to properly perform asanas without a teacher, you will have enough rug with markings.
These simple poses will help revitalize your mind, body and soul and help you increase flexibility and tone. After a few self-study, you will begin to perform confidently asanas, properly building up on the markup.
Any standing position requires a lot of effort, especially Virabhadrasana I. For this reason, it should be avoided by students with a weak heart. Even if you have enough strength, do not stay in a position for a long time.
In this asana, the chest is fully opened, which promotes deep breathing. It relieves stiffness in the shoulders, back and neck, tones the ankles and knees, and also burns fat in the pelvis and thighs.
This is a very useful posture war - it makes the legs strong and slender. It eliminates cramps in the calf muscles and hips, restores flexibility to the legs and back, and also tones up the abdominal organs. Mastery in doing poses standing is the key to successfully mastering the slopes forward.
Parshva means "side", "side." Kona is the "corner". Thus, Utthita Parsvakonasana is the posture of an elongated lateral corner.
This asana leads to tonus of the ankles, knees and hips. It eliminates deformations in the gastrocnemius muscles and thighs, reveals and strengthens the thorax, burns fat around the waist and around the waist, relieves pain in arthritis and sciatica. In addition, the posture improves the intestinal motility and ensures the smooth functioning of the excretory system.
Trikona (three - three, kona - angle) means "triangle".
This asana tones the muscles of the legs, relieves stiffness in the legs and hip joints. In addition, it corrects minor deformities of the legs and allows the muscles to develop evenly. Trikonasana relieves back pain, relieves stress in the neck, strengthens the ankles and opens the chest.
The pose dedicated to the sage Vasishtha, asana is balancing. It strengthens the wrists, develops the muscles of the legs. Tones the coccyx and sacrum. Asana strengthens the muscles of the hands, abdomen and legs, stretches the wrists, tones up the lumbar and sacral spine, helps to lose weight, trains the vestibular apparatus, pulls the back surfaces of the legs.
Vasishthasana eliminates stress and anxiety, it is recommended for emotional unbalance.