For all of you out there who want to master the art of stretching and finding your inner peace, here’s a little tidbit. You don’t have to be a passionate yogi to reap the benefits of doing yoga. All you have to do is include it in your daily routine. Twelve of our certified yoga instructors talk about their favorite yoga poses and how they benefit your body.

Read on and see if any of your favorite poses are mentioned below!

Abhilasha’s Choice – Kamatkarasan (The Wild Thing)

The whole body opens up with this asana. It makes me feel very confident, strong as well as beautiful. This mudra is very liberating and allows my qualities to flourish, thereby bringing excellence in me. Kaimatkarasana has the ability to strengthen one’s internal system, thus it is named ‘The Wild Thing’ in English. According to me, accepting and strengthening your original self is the best form of yoga that can be practiced.

The benefit that this mudra provides is that it uses the whole body, thus making full use of it. It instills willpower, confidence and self-reliance in the person practicing it This Regularly.

kamatkarasana
kamatkarasana

Chaitanya’s Choice – Urdhva Padmasana in Shirshasana (heading variation)

My personal favorite, Urdhva Padmasana in Shirshasana, is an asana that strikes a balance between strength and flexibility. Getting into this pose is worth the effort and practice, as it leaves you in a state of relaxation, yet fully alert.

Shirshasana, the king of asanas, strengthens your core while building your respiratory system. It helps in expanding the horizon as well as in curing and preventing diseases of the eye and ear. It also improves memory and concentration. Along with this Padmasana improves mobility and flexibility in the hips and knees.

Urdhva Padmasana
Urdhva Padmasana

Anshu’s Choice – Ustrasana (Camel Pose)

I love backbend. Back bends are excellent mood lifters and keep your spine flexible too—after all you’re as young as your spine, he says! It is challenging to maintain the horizontal and vertical planes in this pose, keeping your glutes tight, thus releasing immense energy! This pose opens up your chest while lifting the sternum to the sky, making your spine feel as light as a feather!

If you are trying to correct your posture in terms of sloping shoulders or a hunched back, this is the pose you should be doing. Overall, your entire back benefits from practicing Ustrasana.

Ustrasana:
Ustrasana:

Sridhar’s Choice – Vrikshasana (The Tree Pose)

Being a symbol of having more patience, Vrikshasana helps you to stand firm in times of change. Just as a tree grows from within, so the journey of change for every soul comes from within.

Vrikshasana helps in improving balance and stability in the feet, helping to achieve balance in other aspects of life. As a result of its weight-bearing nature, practicing this pose will help strengthen the bones of the hips and legs. Practicing Vrikshasana also helps in building your confidence and self-esteem like an old tree that stands in the midst of a storm.

Vrikshasana:
Vrikshasana:

Shamli’s Choice – Complete Nataraja Asana

The Lord of Dance Natarajasana has been my favorite asana ever since I started my journey with yoga. This asana helps me to flex my back and improve concentration, which makes me feel good and refreshed. This pose does not require much space and can be practiced anywhere and anytime, and I mean, I do this pose while traveling or trekking too!

The benefits of this pose include strengthening your hips, legs, ankles and chest. It helps you shed those unwanted pounds! will practice this pose Too Helps you to improve your posture, balance, digestive system as well as concentration, thus taking you into Zen mode as your body releases tension and your mind is in a calm state.

full nataraja posture
full nataraja posture

Shambhavi Rajini’s Choice – Padmasana

Padmasana is my favorite among the many different yoga asanas. Apart from being simple and easy to do, this pose also doubles as a good workout and is good for your mind and breathing. It is also known to condition your body and core while improving your flexibility. This is a very simple asana and can be done by men and women of all ages.

This basic currency has many benefits as listed below.

  • Padmasana preserves the vital fluids of the body, thus preventing stomach ailments and female afflictions associated with the reproductive organs.
  • Practice this mudra and bring your mind to a state of peace, solitude and longevity.
  • Padmasana also helps you develop a healthy appetite while relaxing your body.
  • Being the basis of all asanas, it helps to strengthen the hips, eliminates knee joints in female practitioners and stretches the knees and ankles.
  • practice this pose To tone your hips and thighs!
full nataraja posture
full nataraja posture

Choice of Kavana – Dhanurasana:

The more we stretch, the more flexible we become. Dhanurasana or the bow pose symbolizes the sacred weapon used by Lord Rama and Arjuna. The arrow hitting its target depends entirely on how carefully the bow is arched. Similarly, the more accurate we are in doing this asana, the more flexible our body becomes.

By doing this asana while toning the abdominal organs, the elasticity of your spine remains. It opens up the chest, neck and shoulders while stretching the muscles of the legs and arms. It also acts as a stress reliever and helps in improving concentration.

Dhanurasana:
Dhanurasana:

Sumeet’s Choice – Samkonasana

Great people have said in the past that “a person who dances well can walk easily”, but I believe that “a person who can perform this challenging pose well, he can walk well”. Can easily perform physical activities that involve spontaneous gross motor movements”.

Samkonasana is great when it comes to improving blood circulation in the abdomen and reproductive organs. While it stretches and straightens the spine to improve posture, it also opens up the muscles of the hip and groin.

Right angles:
Right angles:

Jitendra’s Choice – Ardha Chandrasana

Ardha Chandrasana is my personal favorite. I often practice this pose after my session at the gym, it helps in strengthening my entire body and also stretches the neck, chest and thighs.

This pose confines and strengthens the entire skeletal structure. It relieves you from respiratory ailments including common cold and throat infections.

Jitendra Tanki
Ardha Chandrasana

Dr. Helen Pick – Trikonasana

This pose is at the top of my list. reason, This Can be done at any time and place. The biggest advantage of this pose is that it is a great fat burner and is good for people suffering from back pain. Triangle pose also helps to expand your chest and shoulders.

trikonasana
trikonasana

Tanya’s Choice – Yoga Mudra Asana

After a stressful day at work, engaging in yoga postures instantly fills you up with energy, leaving you refreshed. What makes this postureOne My favorite is the fact that holding this pose for a few breaths, gets rid of all my physical tension and agility while immensely calming my mind.

Yoga Mudra Asana is best known as the best packaged pill for complete health and wellness. Among its vast basket of benefits, you’ll find that it improves memory and spinal flexibility while relieving you of stress. Along with improving blood circulation and digestion, it also has the ability to heal skin diseases.

yoga posture posture
yoga posture posture

Swapna’s Choice – Tiryaka Tadasana

Practicing this asana with 1-2 glasses of warm water triggers bowel movements. Regular practice helps to stretch the digestive system, while toning the sides from wrist to waist while remaining in the pose for 15-20 seconds, for 4 rounds on each side. This asana also helps in building the postural muscles and improves the circulation of the spinal nerves.

I start my day with this stretching asana, as it acts as a warm-up, opens up the joints of the shoulders, arms and neck.

Tiryaka Tadasana:
Tiryaka Tadasana:

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