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Sukhasana, Virabhadrasana I, Virabhadrasana II.

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Important Yoga aasan and their Benefits Part 2

Sukhasana

Sukhasana that derived from the Sanskrit

Sukh” meaniing “Pleasure

Asana” meaning “posture

It is also called Easy Pose, Decent Pose, or Pleasant Pose in english. Sukhasana is the best if you do this activity in the morning and has lots of benefits which make it more essential for you to practice every day. But it is necessary that your stomach are empty before you perform this activity or few hours gap between your last meal and activity.

How to do: Sit and cross your leg in such a way that your knees are wide or your shins are crossed foot which should be under the knees. And your the inner edges must arch on your shins. When you look down to your legs, you see a triangle which is formed by your shins that are crossed and both your thighs. Your back must be balanced, So that your tailbone and the pubic bone are in equal distance from the floor. After that , you can place your palms in your lap. And can do palms up and palms down on your knees. Make sure your lower back is not curved it must be stretch. Stay for minutes or hours. Do it as comfortable as your body feels.

Benefits:

1. It helps to keep your body calm and mind in the peace.

2. It helps you fell free from stress, anxiety and all exhaustion.

3. You feel that your brain in relax and chest or collar bones are broadened.

4. It helps you to elongate your spain and your body alignment is improved.

5. It stretched your knees, ankles and strong your back and steadier.

Caution:

1. If you are suffering from hip and knee injuries do not do this activity.

2. If your kness and hip both are inflamed do not do this activity.

3. If any other physical problem then please consult your trainer to teach you in right way.

Virabhadrasana I

Virabhadrasana I that derived from the Sanskrit.

Vira” meaning “Hero

Bhadra” meaning “Friend

Asana” meaning “posture

It is also called Warrior 1 Pose in English. Virabhadrasana I Yoga is best in the early morning, but in case you forget an early morning you can do practice yoga in the evening. It has lots of benefits which make it more essential for you to practice every day. But it is necessary that your stomach are empty before you perform this activity or few hours gap between your last meal and activity.

How to do: Stand gently and spread your legs about three to four feet. Your left foot behind and your right foot should be in the front. After that your right foot should be outwards by 90 degrees and your left leg should be of 15 degree. Keep in mind your right foot heel aligned with the center of left foot. Sideways lift your arms to the height of the shoulders. Your palms should be upwards and arms should be parallel to the ground. After doing this exhale and bend your knee in such a way that your knee and ankle make straight line. Now join your hand and look at your palms. Hold it for few minutes.

Benefits:

1. It helps you to strengthen and tone the lower back, the arms, and the legs of your body.

2. It also helps you to release your stress from the shoulders very fast.

3. This activity is beneficial for those with a desk or sedentary jobs.

4. It stimulates the metabolism and helps to restore the spine.

5. It helps you to out from frozen shoulders.

6. It helps to increases the stamina and stabilize and balance the body. It provides relaxes to your mind and the body, spreading the notion of peace to your body.

Caution:

1. If you are sufferning from spinal problems or a chronic illness do not do this activity.

2. If you suffering from heart problems and high blood pressure do not do this activity.

3. If you are sufferning from shoulder pains, raise your arms and leave them parallel to each other.

4. If you have neck problems, you should not look up at your hands after you stretch them.

5.If you suffering from knee pain or have arthritis, the best way to do is use the support of a wall to do this activity.

6. If Pregnant women want benefit from this activity, she should be in her second and third trimester, but only if they have been practicing yoga regularly and must be done under the proper guidance of trainer and with a doctor’s advice.

Virabhadrasana II

Virabhadrasana II that derived from the Sanskrit.

Vira” meaning “Vigorous

Bhadra” meaning “Good

Asana” meaning “Posture

It is also called Warrior Pose II in English. Virabhadrasana II Yoga is best in the early morning, but in case you forget an early morning you can do practice yoga in the evening. It has lots of benefits which make it more essential for you to practice every day. But it is necessary that your stomach are empty before you perform this activity or few hours gap between your last meal and activity.

How to do: Firstly you should Stand absolutely straight and spread your legs about three to four feet apart. After that your right foot should be outwards by 90 degrees and your left leg should be of 15 degree. Keep in mind your right foot heel aligned with the center of left foot. Your palms should be upwards and arms should be parallel to the ground. Turn your head, look at your right. If you are comfortable stretch arms and gently push your pelvis down. Hold it for few minutes.

Benefits:

1. It will help you to strengthens and stretches chest, lungs, groins, shoulders, the legs, and ankles.

2. It will help you to increase the stamina.

3. It is beneficial for pregnancy because it relieves any kind of backaches during pregnancy.

4. It helps you to improve your digestion.

Caution:

1. If you are suffering from high blood pressure do not do this activity.

2. If you have diarrhea then this activity is not for you.

3. Use support at the knee. If you have knee problems or arthritis to hold the pose.

4. If you are suffering from neck problems, don’t turn your head. Hold the pose and keep your head straight.

5. If you are suffering from spinal disorders and chronic illness you must be done under the proper guidance of the trainer.

6. If Pregnant women want to benefit from this activity, she should be in her second and third trimester, but only if they have been practicing yoga regularly and must be done under the proper guidance of the trainer and with a doctor’s advice.

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