4 Yoga Poses You Should Do Everyday

Updated at: Sep 11, 2020
4 Yoga Poses You Should Do Everyday

Yoga affects both the mind and the body removing stress, anxiety, eliminating depression etc.

Vani Malik
YogaWritten by: Vani MalikPublished at: Sep 11, 2020

Yoga is a guide for humanity that leads us gently towards the path of a rich and full life. This ancient practice has been around for thousands of years as a scientific tradition of wellness. Yoga is a holistic practice that has numerous mental and physical health benefits.  With 84 lakh asanas, hundreds of pranayama or breathing techniques and meditations, yoga covers all aspects of our life. It also includes chanting, mantras, mudras and more.

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Yoga gives you a range of benefits such as weight loss, weight management, better strength, increased flexibility, healthy organs, a strong liver, lungs and digestive system, improved immunity and so much more. Yoga preserves your youth and beauty increasing your longevity. You also enjoy the advantages of fitness, high stamina, healthy hair, radiant skin, a toned figure, and peace. By combining movement with breath, yoga nourishes you from within. Practising regularly at least thrice a week helps one improve aspects of their physical, mental and spiritual well-being. Follow these ten simple asanas as told by Spiritual Master, Lifestyle Coach and Yogapreneur Grand Master Akshar that are effective and can be included in your daily fitness routine.

TIP: You can hold each posture for up to 30 seconds and repeat the set 3 times.

Siddhasana

Formation of the posture

  • Stretch both the legs forward
  • Fold left knee, and bring the left heel closer to the groin area of the body
  • Bend the right knee, and take it ahead of the left ankle
  • Place the right foot on top of the left ankle, Lift your right foot and place it just above your left ankle. Bring your right heel into your groin area. Do not force if you feel discomfort
  • Slide the toes of your right foot into the space between the left calf muscles.
  • Turn your palms facing upwards on your knees should touch the floor.

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Sukhasana – Happy Pose

Formation of the posture

  • Sit with the back straight, and both legs stretched out
  • Tuck the left leg in the right thigh and right leg in the left thigh
  • Gently place your palms on your knees
  • Make sure that your spine is straight while you do this asana

Ardha Padmasana

Formation of the posture

  • Start this pose by coming into the Sukhasana pose
  • Facing upwards, place right foot on the left thigh
  • Make sure that you are gently pishing your knees towards the floor
  • Keep your back straight and repeat on the other side too

Vajrasana

Formation of the posture

  • Stand straight, arms by your side
  • Lean forward and drop knees on the mat. Make sure that the movement is swift
  • Pelvis on heels, and toes outward, the thighs should be pressing the calf muscles
  • Keep the heels closer to each other

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To experience all of Yoga’s benefits, focus on being regular and committed to your practice. If you are a beginner, start slow and build your practice over some time. Yoga is for all and can be started at any age. It builds discipline and encourages self-care. Yoga brings peace, health, positivity, clarity and overall well-being. Asanas are known as the basic building blocks for your yoga journey.

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