1. Anulom Vilom (The Breathing Exercize)
Anulom Vilom also known as Pranyam or The Breathing Exercise is the simple but the most effective way to keep yourself fit. Anuloma viloma pranayama is a yogic breathing exercise that is a form of alternate nostril breathing designed to calm the body and mind. The term is sometimes used as a synonym for nadi shodhana, but the latter encompasses several different types of alternate breathing exercises. Anuloma viloma pranayama is also known as nadi shodhana level 3.
-Oxygenates the blood
-Strengthens the respiratory system
-Calms the nervous system
2. Surya-namaskar (Sun Salutation Sequence)
Surya Namaskar or 'Sun Salutation' is a very ancient technique of paying respect or expressing gratitude to the sun that is the source of all forms of life on the planet. Symbolically, the sun becomes our source of energy as well. The solar plexus (located behind the navel, which is the central point of the human body), also known as the second brain, is said to be connected to the sun. the regular practice of this technique enhances the solar plexus, which increases one's creativity and intuitive abilities.
-Your Mantra to Weight loss
-Promotes a Regular Menstrual Cycle
-Benefits your Skin and Hair
-Anti-anxiety and Calming Properties
3. Sarvang Asana ( Shoulder Stand Posture)
The name 'Sarvaang" itself says it all. It mean 'Sarv Ang' in Hindi , Which Means 'All Body Organs'.In this posture of Sarvangasan the head is at the lowest level of gravity, it supplies maximum amount of blood and prana to the brain to flow for a while. It relaxes & vitalizes the brain and removes many diseases connected with brain. It promotes the functions of the brain faculties. It increases memory, mental power and intelligence etc. it removes mental fatigue. You can hear the Anahat sounds clearly during this asanas. It helps in maintaining celibacy and controls over the nightfall during dreams , so that we can say that it is the preserver of youth and their power.
4. Uttanasana (Standing And Forward Bent Posture)
Uttanasana comes from the Sanskrit words Uttanasana and which is combination of 'ut+tan+asana' in this 'ut' means intense and 'tan' means stretch whereas 'asana' refers to Posture. Uttanasana or Standing Forward Bend pose is an important and simple stretching yoga pose that contains a variety of therapeutic advantages. In the Standing Forward Bend Yoga posture, your head hangs below the heart allowing fresh oxygen-rich blood to flow to your brain. This rejuvenates and revitalizes cells and provides the complete body a fast boost of oxygen.
Benefit Of Uttanasana
-It maintains the functions of liver, kidneys and spleen.
-Beneficial in flexibility of the hips.
-Gives Strengths to the knees and spine also.
-It improves the process of blood circulation.
-Helps to improves posture and alignment.
-Useful for stretching the leg muscles like calves and hamstrings.
-Improves the functions of endocrine and nervous system.
-Helps in cellular growth.
-Eases tension in the back, shoulder, and neck
-Useful for toning and activating the muscles of the abdomen.
5. Kaki Mudra
How to practice Kaki Mudra
-Close the nostrils with both thumbs; leave the eyes open.
-Make a beak with your lips and slowly inhale.
-When the lungs are full, close the mouth and hold the breath.
-Bend the head so the chin touches the throat.
-Hold for as long as possible.
-When ready to exhale, lift the neck upwards and exhale through the nostrils.
-Practice this for at least two to three minutes. As you get stronger, gradually increase the length time.
-Tones the face
-Strengthens the nasal passage
-Strengthens the respiratory system
-Refreshes and rejuvenates the skin
-Reduces skin blemishes
-Increases facial luster
-Affects the thyroid and parathyroid
-Cleanses the 5th Chakra
I Myself Have Been Practicing Yoga And The Above Mentioned Asanas Or Yoga Postures Are Handpicked And Meant For Everyone.
Research has shown that the benefits of yoga are tangible and that a consistent yoga practice can aid in longevity and increase life span. Now that you understand some of yoga's many benefits, you'll have even more motivation to step onto your yoga mat. Enjoy your "post-yoga bliss" and know that it's making your body happy!