Yoga Asanas To Increase Energy:
Nowadays, in this rush of work, you spend most of your time sitting. Due to which the decrease in body energy and stamina of your body is justified. Sitting and working all day can make you feel sluggish or tired very soon. Being physically inactive makes your body prone to many serious diseases. Due to this, you may have an increased disease like shortness of breath. You should do yoga or exercise to keep yourself healthy. By doing yoga, you can increase both your energy and stamina, so in this video we tell you about one such yogasana.
Sit on the floor with your knees bent. Keep the hands by the side.
Breath in and out slowly.
Your spine should be straight.
Now lean back and lift your feet off the ground.
Your calves should be parallel to the floor.
Now raise your hands and bring them forward.
Your spine should now be straight.
Keep the lower abdomen hard and flat.
Watch your toes and relax yourself.
Stay like this for about 5 seconds.
Now release and repeat.
Navasana is an effective pose to begin with.
This mudra is very famous among all yoga learners. It increases the flow of blood in your body.
First of all, sit down on the left knee.
Keep the right palm at a distance of 30 cm in front of the left knee.
Place the palms on the ground on either side of the right paw.
Now slowly move the right palm forward. Handle the weight of the body with hands.
Keep the legs straight while taking the right palm forward and the left one backward.
Then bring the hip and both the feet on the ground in a straight line.
Close your eyes. Give rest to the body.
Join the hands, move them backwards.
hold for a few seconds and repeat
This mudra can be done five times a day.
Lie on your back with your knees bent and feet on the ground.
Your arms should be resting on the sides of your body, palms facing down.
Press the feet into the floor, take a deep breath and slowly lift your hips and spine off the floor.
Press your arms and shoulders to the ground to lift your chest and to elevate your hips.
Try to connect your legs, buttocks. Stay in this position for 4-8 breaths and then come back to normal position.
It is also called Balasan (Child Pose). Get down on your knees.
Keep your toes together and knees slightly apart from each other.
Breath in and at the same time move your torso forward, keeping your stomach on your thighs.
Your head should touch the mat. Now spread both your hands in front to touch the mat.
Utkata Konasana not only increases stamina but also helps in relieving pain during menstruation.
Stand straight and keep your feet apart.
Your feet should be towards the edge.
Keep both the legs bent.
Now roll back down.
You can also do Namaskar Mudra during this time.
This pose is quite popular among pregnant women, and is a favorite among yoga lovers.