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Best simple names of yogasana in english

Best simple names of yogasana in english

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Tadasana (Mountain Pose) ...
Padmasana
shavasana
Shirshasan


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                Tadasana
Stand in Sama Stithi. Sama Sthithi is  straight with both the legs together and hands besides the body
Slowly raise the hands from sides and join both palms
Interlink the fingers and change the position of the palms towards the sky
Raise the chin, look at the hands and lift the heels up
Stay in that posture comfortably
Gradually and slowly come back to Sama Stithi and relax

   PADMASANA
Sit on the floor or on a mat with legs stretched out in front of you while keeping the spine erect.
Bend the right knee and place it on the left thigh. Make sure th

at the sole of the feet point upward and the heel is close to the abdomen.

Now, repeat the same step with the other leg.
With both the legs crossed and feet placed on opposite thighs, place your hands on the knees in mudra position.
Keep the head straight and spine erect.
Hold and continue with gentle long breaths in and out.

Shavasana

. Lie flat on the back. Place the hands 10  to 20 cms away from the thighs with the palms up.

. Keep the eyes and the fists slightly closed. Stretch the legs out.

.  keep the heels together and the toes apart. Now close the eyes.

. Breathe very showly. Begin by consciously and gradually relaxing each part and each muscle of the body: feet, calves , knees , abdomen and hips . Then relax the muscles of the back, chest, arms , fingers , neck ,heed and face in that order.

. Inhale and exhale slowly and deeply. Relax the brain during execution.

. Direct your attention to the breathing, to the solu and to God.

. Retain the meditation for ten to fifteen minutes., in this posture , one finds true relaxation and experiences rest, peace and plenitude .

. Those who suffer from excessive mental stress or heart-disease must practices only shavasana regularly every day.

Shirshasan


1. Relieves Stress
Headstand is known as a cooling posture, meaning that it helps you to draw your attention inwards. This posture is extremely helpful if you are having anxiety, stress, fear or otherwise worrisome thoughts. Combine headstand with long, slow breathing and you have a recipe for stress relief.

2. Increases Focus
When you turn upside down, you are increasing the blood flow to your brain. This can help to improve mental function, and increase you sense of focus.Along with helping to reduce fear and worry, this posture will improve your ability to keep your mind sharp and clear.

3. Improves Blood Flow To The Eyes
When you flip over, you will be sending extra oxygen and nutrient rich blood to the head, and that means more will be getting to your eyes. This can help to prevent macular degeneration and other eye issues.

4. Increases Blood Flow To The Head And Scalp
Headstand is an awesome posture if you want to optimize the nutrient flow to your head and scalp. You can help your body deliver extra nutrients and oxygen to your scalp, thereby improving nutrient delivery to your hair follicles by turning upside down. You never know, perhaps a consistent headstand practice will help you grow a more luscious head of hair!

5. Strengthens Shoulders And Arms
While you are holding yourself up in headstand, you should be pushing down into the ground with your forearms, utilizing the strength of your arms, shoulders and back to keep the pressure off of your head and neck. This is an awesome posture for improving upper body strength and muscular endurance.

6. Improves Digestion
When you allow the effects of gravity to be reversed on your digestive organs, you will help to move stuck material, release trapped gases, as well as improve blood flow to the all important digestive organs -- increasing nutrient absorption and delivery to your cells. Again, if you combine headstand with focused belly breathing you will have a double whammy effect.
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