International Yoga Day 2022: Bhadrasan is a panacea for women, practice like this

International Yoga Day 2022: Yoga is an integral part of our culture. In today’s time, yoga is not only done by the people of India but it has got priority all over the world. International Yoga Day is celebrated on 21st June. With the passage of time, the practice of yoga has become more updated. Due to which positive results are being seen in less time. By practicing yoga regularly, one can get relief in complex problems.

Today, in the Facebook Live session of News18 Hindi, yoga instructor Savita Yadav told how to do movement actions, asanas and pranayama. Apart from this, he also taught meditation. Regular practice of these will not only keep you fit but you will also remain energetic throughout the day.

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start with meditation
Any yoga posture should be started with meditation. Due to this the mind becomes concentrated and good results of yogasana are seen. Focus on your inhaling breath. After that chant Om or any other mantra.

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Now stand straight on your yoga mat and while breathing take your neck backwards. Now while exhaling, bring your neck forward. Similarly, while breathing, turn the neck to the right and then to the left. Now clockwise and then anti clockwise will do this action.

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To perform Skanda Shakti Vikas Kriya, stand straight on the mat. While inhaling, raise both the hands upwards. Take it straight Both the palms should be turned outwards. Do not mix them with each other. Now exhale and bring it down. Repeat this process. Now bend both the hands and place them on the shoulder and while breathing do clockwise and anti-clockwise as shown in the video. watch video

To practice this yoga posture, first of all stand straight and keep a little distance between both the feet. Now spread both the hands in line with the shoulders. After this, place the left hand on the right shoulder and bring the right hand from behind to the left. Now rotate the mouth and bring it in line with the left shoulder. As shown in the video. Stand in this position for some time. After walking well, stop for some time and then come in the middle while breathing. Now do the same process on the right side. During this asana, keep in mind that the knees do not bend while rotating the waist. Keep your feet in one place. If there is pain in the back then this asana should not be practiced.

Sit on the ground with both the legs spread together in front. Bend the legs at the knees and connect both the ankles with each other. Grab both the ankles with your hands. Slowly bring the feet towards the muladhara, till they reach the bottom of the muladhara. The knees should touch the ground. Stay in this position for a count of 10. Your head, neck and back should be straight.

Bend your legs and sit on your knees. Pull the toes of your feet backwards. Keep them together and cross the toes on each other. Slowly lower your body in such a way that your hips stay on the ankles. Keep both your hands on the knees, keep the head straight. Keep your attention focused on the movement of your breath.

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Sit on the yoga mat in Dandasana. While breathing in, lengthen the spine. Bend the left leg. Place the left foot on the ground above the right knee. Now bend the right leg. Place the foot on the ground near the left buttock. Bring the right hand over the left foot. Grab the left toe. While exhaling, bend the torso as much as possible. Now bend the neck so that you can focus on the left shoulder. Rest the left hand on the ground and breathe normally. Stay in the pose for 30-60 seconds. To get out of the asana, do all the steps in reverse order.

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