5 Beneficial Yoga Poses Helpful to Strengthen the Body

5 beneficial yoga poses helpful to strengthen the body

Yoga is a full mind-body exercise that makes your body fit, healthy & calm. There are different poses in yoga that a person can do according to his or her willingness, comfort and ability. You can strengthen your body in yoga through certain postures that are simple to learn & perform. Following is the list of beneficial yoga poses that are helpful to you for strengthening the body:-

Warrior Way

(a) In this pose take your legs at 3 to 4 feet distance apart.

(b) Move your right leg at front foot at 90 degrees angle & bend the left leg.

(c) Raise your hands at 180 degree angle. Right arm should be above right leg & left arm should be above left leg.

(d) Hold for 1 minute.

(e) Do the repetition by moving your left leg at front foot at 90 degrees angle & bend the right leg.

Mountain Form

(a) In mountain pose you need to stand straight on your feet mutually, relaxed shoulders, straight arms, hands touching thighs.

(b) Now breathe deeply & raise your hands above your head, palms facing each other.

(c) Take full breathes for 6 to 8 times.

(d) This pose is also called as the base of all poses.

Downward Facing Dog Pose

(a) In downward facing dog pose you need to bend your upper part of the body on your both hands, palms touching mat.

(b) Feet should at a small distance apart. Don’t move your feet once placed on its position.

(c) Hold your body & deeply breathe for 3 to 5 times.

Tree Shape

(a) In tree shape pose stand straight on your feet.

(b) Now, place the left foot on your right upper thigh.

(c) Press your both hands with palms in prayer position.

(d) Raise your hands over the head. Hold your body in this position & deep breath for 8 to 10 times.

(e) Repeat this for alternate sides.

Bridge Form

(a) First of all, you need to lie down on the mat.

(b) Bend your knees facing roof & making an angle of 45 degrees with thigh & part below the knee.

(c) Place your arms at side, palms touching the mat.

(d) Now uplift your body from chest to knee with help of your shoulders & foot, parallel to the mat.

(e) Hold for 20 to 30 seconds. Deeply breathe for 4 to 6 times. Do repetitions for 3 to 5 times.