Top 5 Yoga Poses

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It has been noticed that most people like Yoga poses. The following are details of each pose and how to practice it correctly and safely. Also given are the benefits that each of these poses bestows.

 

5 Best Yoga Poses:

Yoga Exercise #1: Yoga Stomach Grind:

The first exercise is called Kundalini Yoga Stomach Grind and it is a great way to work on your elimination system, digestive system and get the lower back ready for some serious yoga. It is a perfect way to start any yoga set.

 

Yoga Exercise #2 – Kundalini Yoga Modified Rowing:

Yoga Rowing frees up your hips, helps you develop flexibility in your hamstrings and also works on your abs and shoulder. Can’t go wrong with this one. It is another great exercise for daily practice.

 

Best Yoga Pose #3 – Yoga Forward Bend:

If you have not done your Forward Bending Yoga Pose, you have not done your yoga for the day yet, period. This pose stretches the entire back of your body and is known for triggering spontaneous healing and known to grant yogis with a long healthy life.

 

Top Yoga Pose #4 – Yoga Stretch Pose for Abdominal Workout:

This great yoga posture has some easy modifications for beginners, and also gives advanced yogis a real challenge when held for a prolonged period of time.

 

 

Best Yoga Pose #5 – Bow Pose:

Done regularly Bow Pose has been known to keep you looking young and give you the energy and vitality of youth. One will realize that your digestive system, respiratory system, entire spine, legs, shoulders and overall flexibility improved by this great yoga exercise.

 

Just doing these five yoga poses on a daily basis will make a significant difference in your health and levels of energy. As with any physical practice, make you start off slowly and then gently build up your capacity over time. Also remember each yoga pose should be done with full awareness and complete attention.

 

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