It’s the fourth international yoga day today! The theme of this year is “Yoga For Peace”. This day is observed on 21st June worldwide to raise awareness about the benefits of incorporating yoga into daily life. Yoga is an invaluable gift that helps discover a sense of oneness. It helps create harmony between man and nature, it gives a feeling of fulfillment and it helps provide the complete essence of life and essence of your own self.
According to research, it is found that more than 30 million people around the world have already incorporated yoga practice into their life. Yoga has evolved as one of the best alternative health practices in the world. Incorporating yoga in daily lives helps ease back pain, reduce stress, improve overall fitness, increase strength and flexibility. If you spend long hours sitting in front of a computer, yoga surely would help you prevent unhealthy and painful conditions.
According to thousands of studies done over the years, the benefits of yoga have been impressive in each study:
• Yoga decreases stress and anxiety
• It reduces depression
• Provides better life balance and flexibility
• Improves sleep cycle
• Helps increase immunity
• Helps detoxify the body by getting rid of toxins from the body
• Increases strength and body stamina
• Improves blood circulation flow
• Improves the digestive system, thus prevents from various gastritis problems.
• Decreases body pain and lower back pain.
• Ease migraine or frequent headaches
You should start practicing yoga that fits your personality and convenient for you. Here we have listed out some of the easiest yoga postures you must add into your life.
1. Four-Limbed Staff Pose: Chaturanga Dandasana
One of the most common and easiest postures is known as Chaturanga Dandasana. It has tremendous health benefits on health if done easily and smoothly. It is of no use if done in a rush as most people tend to do. It strengthens and tones the entire body.
2. Extended Triangle Pose: Utthita Trikonasana
Extended Triangle Pose is usually ignored by the people. This simple standing pose gives a posture that helps your body in many ways. It helps to decrease your lower back, strengthen your muscles, and unite your body and mind.
3. Crescent Pose
Crescent pose is also known as high lunges postures. This is one of the best yoga postures that help strengthen muscles and improves flexibility. Extremely beneficial for feet, thighs, and backs.
4. Revolved Chair Pose: Parivrtta Utkatasana
It might look funny to you as it resembles the shape of a chair. But this twisted posture gives strength to your lower body, opens the chest, improves heart function, increases focus and balance, and improves flexibility.
5. Legs-Up-The-Wall Pose: Viparita Karani
If you are depressed, stressed out, or insomniac practicing legs up the wall pose may ease your problem. It gives your mind relaxation, improves heart rate, reduces anxiety, lowers stress, and improves consciousness.
"Live Healthy, Live Peacefully"