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As per ancient Indian yogis different parts of human body is governed by different
devas or divine forces of light. Hence starting a day with pranayam, yoga and
meditation is highly recommended in ancient Indian scriptures. Most yogis perform
surya namaskar in the early morning as its a total body workout as well as a great way
to show gratitude to Sun god who is the source of life on earth. Yoga is a perfect way
to start new day. When we wake up, our body gets prepared to perform all the daily
activities. To boost our energy levels and give our body a perfect stimulating start,
we need to perform some exercises as well as yoga asanaas. Lets check some of the
Yoga asannas which we can perform every day to sharpen our mind and improve
our balance and stamina.
Surya Namaskar or Sun Salutation
Surya namaskar or sun salutation has exceptional benefits for whole body. Asaanas
in surya namaskar has tremendous impact on stomach, liver, heart, intestines, chest,
throat, and legs, It means it benefits the whole body from head to toe. It ensures
proper functioning of bowels, stomach and nerve center. It also improves blood
circulation and balances kapha, vata, pitta in the body.
Shavasana or corpse pose
Shavasana or corpse pose is a very simple pose anyone can do it easily. In these
pose you need to lie down in a sleeping position and concentrate on each part of
your body. It helps in removing stress, fatigue and depression. It also calms minds
and improves concentration.
Padmasana or Lotus Pose
According to Hindu scriptures Padmasana awakens kundalini by destroying all the
diseases. Most Hindu gods and goddesses has been pictured in sitting in
Padmasana posture. Padmasana or lotus pose is quite simple you need to sit cross
legged and keep the spine vertically straight. This position is used by most yogis
and sadhus from ancient times for meditation and concentration. This pose has
numerous health benefits which include increase in awareness and attentiveness,
restoring energy level, calming the brain etc.
Baddha Padmasana or locked lotus pose
In sanskrit Baddha means locked and padmasana is lotus pose. This pose need a
high degree of skill hence it is recommended to perform this asana under the
guidance of yoga expert. It is beneficial for the whole body. It improves the function
of digestive system. It also makes legs flexible and provide relief in shoulder and
Garudasna or Eagle pose
In sanskrit garuda is use for eagle. In this pose is done in standing position, you
need to tangle your arms around each other. You also need to latch your raised foot
behind the standing legs calf. This asaana need to be done only on empty stomach.
This pose helps in improving the focus and balance. It is a great stress buster too.
These are some of the best yoga poses you can try every morning. They will
improve your balance, strength, focus and concentration. They are great for your
mental health and well being too. It is also recommended to perform this yoga
asanas under the supervision of trained yoga instructor.