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Vriksasana, Navasana, Bakasana and Their Benefits.

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Important Yoga aasan and their Benefits Part 4

Vrksasana

Vriksasana that derived from the Sanskrit.

Vriksha” meaning “Tree”

Asana” meaning “Posture

It is also called Tree Pose in English. Vriksasana Yoga is best in the early morning to empower the focus and concentration. It has lots of benefits which make it more essential for you to practice every day. But it is necessary that your stomach is empty before you perform this activity or a few hours gap between your last meal and activity.

How to do: First Stand absolutely straight and drop your arms to the side of your body. Bend your right knee, and then, place it on your left thigh. Be sure that the sole is placed firm and flat on the thigh. Your left leg absolutely straight. Once you have taken this position, breathe, and try to balance your self. Inhale, and raise your arms and bring them together in a ‘namaste’ position. Look straight or an object which helps you to make the balance. Make sure your spine should be straight. Hold this position for a few seconds or minutes.

Benefits:

1. It gives relieves those who are suffering from sciatica and help to reduce flat feet.

2. It strengthened your eyes, inner ears, and shoulders.

3. It helps to tone the leg muscles while doing the ligaments and tendons of the feet stronger.

4. It helps you to keep your knees become stronger, and the hip joints are loosened.

5. It helps to improve and aids neuro-muscular coordination.

6. It helps to strengthens the spine while balance and poise.

7. It makes your body stable, flexible, and patient and increase your concentration and activates all the mental faculties.

Caution:

1. If you suffering from insomnia or migraine do not do this activity.

2. Those who are suffering high blood pressure or low blood pressure you must be done under the proper guidance of the trainer.

3. If you suffering from acute knee problems, Hip injury. do not do this activity.

Navasana

Navasana that derived from the Sanskrit.

Nav” meaning “Boat

Asana” meaning “Posture

It is also called Boat Posture in English. Navasana 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 is empty before you perform this activity or a few hours gap between your last meal and activity.

How to do: When you start this activity, sit on Floor, stretched your legs out in front. Exhale and lift your legs near about 45-degree angles with the floor. Straighten your leg but make sure your toes should be at the level of your eye and you are sitting on your tailbone and buttocks. After that raise your arms parallel to the ground as well as each other. Make sure your lower abdomen is not too hard and thick. Hold your position for few seconds.

Benefits:

1. It helps you to make your the spine, hip flexors, and abdomen stronger.

2. It helps you to relieve your stress.

3. It helps your reproduction toned and strengthened.

4. It helps you to active your thyroid, prostate gland, kidneys and intestine.

5. This activity is best for focus and body stabilizes.

Caution:

1. Make sure if you are suffering from such problems like: Headaches, Heart problems, Insomnia, Injuries in the knees, hips, arms, or shoulders, Menstruation, Pregnancy, Diabetes, Abdominal injuries/Recent surgeries, Low blood pressure, Asthma, Diarrhea do not do this activity.

2. In case you have neck injuries please be done under the proper guidance of the trainer and with a doctor’s advice.

Bakasana

Bakasana that derived from the Sanskrit.

Bak” meaning “Crane

Kak” meaning “Crow

Asana” meaning “Posture

It is also called Crow Pose in English. Bakasana 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 is empty before you perform this activity or a few hours gap between your last meal and activity.

How to do: Before starting this activity come into the Piramide Pose and your feet should be close together, and place your hands on the floor, Your hands are shoulder width apart. After that lift your hips, when your muscles are engaged as your knees come closer to your upper triceps. Make a shelf with your upper arms and bend your elbows as well. Look forward, and get off your feet off from the floor and shift your body weight on the arms. Hold this pose for a few seconds.

Benefits:

1. It makes your upper back stretch.

2. It helps you to make your arms and wrists stronger and make your mind and body to perform task.

3. It makes your inner thigh and spine stronger and strengthened, you feel stronger and confident.

Caution:

1. If you are suffering from a current or chronic wrist pain do not do this activity.

2. If you are suffering from Carpal tunnel syndrome do not do this activity.

3. And if you are Pregnancy then this activity is not for you.

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