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Yoga Poses Information

Which are good yoga poses for me and how to do it properly are some questions you may ask related to your yoga practice. There are a lot of various yoga positions. Just for your information, mostly the names of yoga poses are taken from animal such as cobra pose, cat pose, eagle pose; some are from plants such as tree pose and lotus pose and some are from human habits such as child pose.  Every poses has philosophy meaning for example tree pose (Tadasana) reflects your establishment. Now let me discuss anything related to yoga poses completely in detailed.

What are the best yoga poses for me?

Every yoga pose has some particular benefits for your body and everyone has different need for their health. Some suffers pain related to their physical body such as back pain, insomnia, or menstrual pain. Some wants to improve their physical appearance due to overweight. Moreover, some seek for calm and peaceful feeling in their life. You should determine your goal in practicing yoga to get the better sequence of yoga poses you need.

Let me give you some examples.

Sequence of yoga poses for relieving back pain

  1. Cat Pose (Bidalasana)
  2. Child Pose (Balasana)
  3. Cobra Pose (Bhujangasana)
  4. Child Pose (Balasana)
  5. Cat Flow
  6. Locust Pose (salabhasana)
  7. Down Dog Pose
  8. Child Pose (Balasana)
  9. Paschimottanasana
  10. Paschimottanasana 3
  11. Tadakasana
  12. Lying Twist Half

Yoga Poses sequence and breathing techniques for decreasing pain of Pre-Menstrual Syndrome

  1. Kapalabhati
  2. Easy pose (Sukhasana)
  3. Cat Pose (Bidalasana)
  4. Bow Pose (Dhanurasana)
  5. Cobra Pose (Bhujangasana)
  6. Fish Pose (Matsyasana)
  7. Wind Relieving Pose (Pavanamuktasana)
  8. Anuloma Viloma
  9. Corpse Pose (Savasana)

Say no more to your insomnia through yoga practice

  1. Simple cross-legged seated pose (Sukhasana)
  2. Ujjayi Pranayama
  3. Supported seated forward bend (Paschimottanasana)
  4. (Rest your head on a padded chair or a folded up blanket.)
  5. Reclining bound angle pose (Supta Baddha Konasana)
  6. Knees-to-chest (Apanasana)
  7. Legs-up-the-wall (Viparita Karani)
  8. Corpse pose (Savasana) in bed

Level of Difficulty

Another aspect you must know is every yoga pose has different level of difficulty which is for beginners, intermediate or advanced. If you just started do yoga practice for several days or weeks, you can’t expect to do the perfect position. But don’t worry that doesn’t mean you can’t do the pose at all because every yoga pose offer an option according to your level. Choose the most comfortable one; do not force your body to do the advanced one (the most wrong habit which is usually done by beginners) if you are not still ready to do.

How to Start?

Don’t be confusing with so many yoga poses; you can join to a yoga center or fitness club offering some yoga classes.

Best Pattern in Your Yoga Sequence

Below is some pattern that I suggest you to include in your every yoga exercise.

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There is no must to do but I have done some research and also try it that this is the best pattern for my regular practice.

  1. Warming up (San Salutation / Surya Namaskar)
  2. Standing Strength
  3. Balance
  4. Hip Opener
  5. Core Abs
  6. Core Back
  7. Twisting
  8. Hamstring Stretch
  9. Relaxation / Meditation

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