Yoga



Morning Yoga For Weight Loss - 20 Minute Workout Fat Burning Yoga Meltdown Beginner & Intermediate





The Head Stander- this equipment’s main purpose is to relieve the head, and even the neck, of any pressure. The distribution of the weight becomes: 90% go to the shoulders and the remaining 10% to the palms. The pads cushion the shoulders and press the muscles there. This helps relieve headaches. 

Next, lean forward in between both legs while holding them. Arch your back while doing this. To finish, point your left foot while the right foot is flexed, and vice versa. Repeat with rythm. Salutation Pose- With your legs wide apart and a straight spine, sit down. Stretch legs but not to the point of being taut. 

Fully extend your arms. This will make the shoulders and chest open. This is while keeping your elbows to your body. Shoulders should be relaxed everytime. The legs should always be on the ground. 3-5 reps will do. 2. The Cat- To stretch the abdomen, this pose should do the trick. Begin by getting down to your hands and knees. 

After awhile, the individual should slowly lift onto the balls of the feet with one leg going up alternately. After a few reps, this is the time the person will move the arms. This is called the prayer position in which both palms meet together above the head and then move slowly down until it reaches the front of the chest. 

Yoga could then be divided into four periods: The Pre-classical era This could be traced as far as 5000 years back. The Indus-Saravasti in Northern India was the first to mention ‘yoga’ in Rig Veda (holy texts). These texts were not solely used for religious teachings but also for keeping records of rituals and songs by Brahmans or priests. 

A person who has mastered yoga is said to have achieved the highest form of relaxation that can never be possible for non-yoga practitioners. The yoga postures can be difficult but constant practice makes perfect and daily execution of these postures can only make the person an expert in the poses after some time.