Yoga Session: Trikonasana and Marjari asanas to make body flexible, learn from Savita Yadav
Yoga teacher Savita Yadav was teaching Kapalbhati during a Facebook live session.
Yoga Sessions for Flexible Body- Never try to do yoga in pain. The opposite can happen. Do pranayama to relax the body after doing asanas. It relieves body fatigue.
Yoga Session: Yoga expert Savita Yadav in today’s yoga session described and taught many yoga practices that not only strengthen the body’s immune system but also help with back pain, obesity, shoulder pain and body aches. Are also far from problems. In the second movement of the corona (Kovid 19 second wave), when most people are in its grip, then yoga and pranayama are the only methods that will strengthen the body and benefit internally. Today, many exercises are performed and taught, including Trigonsana, Butterfly Posture, Marjorie Asana, Deep Breathing and Kapalbharati. Doing yoga keeps the body healthy and life balanced. To do this, first relax your body and then practice yoga. Never try to do yoga in pain. The opposite can happen. Do pranayama to relax the body after doing asanas. It relieves body fatigue. Trikonasana: To do trikonasana, stand upright with a distance of about a day and a foot between the two legs. Both hands should be open at the back of the head. Inhale, bring the left hand forward and rest it on the ground next to the left paw, place the bottom hand near the heel and lower the arm and turn the neck to the right and look at the right hand. Then exhale and return to the previous position and repeat the same exercise on the other side. The area around this waist becomes flexible. The fat in the back is low. Read also: Yoga Session: This Asana will fill you up perfectly, Learn Butterfly Asana from Savita Yadav: Butterfly Asana is also called Butterfly Asana. This asan is especially beneficial for rats. To do the butterfly asana, sit with your legs spread out, keeping your spine straight. Bend the knees and bring both feet towards the pelvis. Hold both legs tightly with both hands. You can put your hands under your feet for help. Try to bring the heel as close to the genitals as possible. Take a long, deep breath, exhale while bending and pressing the thighs to the ground. Start moving both legs up and down like butterfly wings. Accelerate slowly. Inhale and exhale. In the beginning, do it as much as possible. Gradually increase the practice. Marjari Asan: Marjari Asan is a yoga asana with a reclining inclination. Cat Walk is famous all over the world, but we discuss cat pose in yoga poster class. This asana is beneficial for your body in many ways. This posture stretches the spine well. In addition, it relieves back pain and neck pain.