Wednesday, 2 May 2018

Top 5 Yoga Poses for Beginners.



Top 5 Yoga Poses for Beginners. If you are a beginner at yoga and want to try it out but things like time issues and your budget does not allow you to join a yoga class then do not worry you are at right place. Today in this article we are going to tell you about best top 5 yoga poses you should try at home while being a beginner.

1. Plank Yoga Pose.



Plank pose is the perfect posture to learn straight from the get-go, as it’s the epitome of a yoga practice foundation. It helps us prepare for chaturanga dandasana, reverse plank, all inversions, arm balances, and a whole lot more.

2. Low Plank or Chaturanga Dandasana Yoga Pose.



Chaturanga, low pushup, or low plank, is a pivotal posture to understand, practice, and integrate into your daily yoga life. It’s part of the commonly practiced sun salutation, the sequence that’s infused into every vinyasa/power flow style class across the world.

3. Puppy Pose or Uttana Shisoshana Yoga Pose.



Puppy pose is a mega chest and shoulder opener, if you can’t already tell by the photo below. From the outside, it’s easy to confuse this posture as looking/feeling effortless, but that couldn’t be farther from the truth.
The average person lives their life with the shoulders hunched forward and the heart closed off. When asking our bodies to do the exact opposite, it can feel/be a tad overwhelming + vulnerable. And that’s perfectly okay.
I’d guess that 99% of yogis experience this, me included.
Take this posture slow, incorporate a block under the head at first, and remember to breathe!

4. Lotus Pose or Padmasana Yoga Pose.



Lotus pose is one of those iconic, see it everywhere, printed on t-shirts, looks super peaceful kinda poses. But for how popular the posture is, it’s quite the biotch to actually get into.
Padmasana requires open hips, flexible knee joints, and a strong back. If you attempt this and get nowhere near it, it’s all good.

5. Warrior 3 or Virabhadrasana III Yoga Pose.



Warrior 3 asks us to practice extension + expansion + balance all at the same time. Like many of the poses above, it will require consistent patience and practice to embody the full expression.
And while we journey to this place, let’s practice enjoying the ride!
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