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6 Yoga Asanas you must Try....... 🧘🏾‍♀️

These are my 6 yoga asanas meaning poses to try .

Asana is traditionally defined as the seated posture, used for meditation, from the Sanskrit meaning “seat.” The term is now commonly used to refer to any physical Hatha yoga posture, found in all styles of yoga practice, such as Vinyasa, Ashtanga, Restorative and Bikram.

Regular asana practice will develop mindfulness, discipline and concentration, in turn preparing the mind for pranayama and meditation. On a subtle level, asana can help to stimulate the energetic body, opening the chakras and nadis in order to allow prana to flow freely.

So lets start with the first yoga asana to try followed by more .

each and every asana has been practiced by myself and due to their range of amazing healthy benefits I’ve included them in my research . There are all beginner friendly but please be mindful whilst moving . Listen to your body .


1.Virabhadrasana II - warrior two

Stimulation of the internal organs

Heals the lower Back

Stretches the knees, ankles and the foot

Awareness of body to maintain balance

2. Uttanasana - forward fold

Flexibility and Range of Motion

Stretches, Strengthens, Lengthens

Awareness and Focus

Energizing, De-stressing, Relaxing

3. Ustrasana - Camel pose

Balance and Emotions

Therapeutic, Healing and Ailments/Circulation and Systems

Stimulation and Organs

Awareness and Focus (Concentration

4. Salamba Bhujangasana - Sphinx pose

Blood Circulation and Nervous System

Back Pain and Neck Pain

Internal Organs and Massage

Stress and Fatigue

5. Camatkarasana - Wild Thing

Flexibility and Range of Motion

Energizing and Cardio work-out

Balance and Emotions

Alignment and Posture

6. Balasana - Childs pose

Energizing, De-stressing, Relaxing

Stretches, Strengthens, Lengthens

Hips are grounded

Stimulation and Organs

I hope you enjoyed finding out about these 6 yoga asanas to try . Remember to be gentle whilst you move and use your breath deeply. Let me know which Asana you really enjoyed practising.

Much Love


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