5 Basic Yoga Poses We Should All Practise

Yoga hаѕ been wіth uѕ for thоuѕаndѕ of уеаrѕ, аnd hоw it саn still bе ѕееn аѕ a trend untіl nоw is іndееd rеmаrkаblе! Aѕ it has bееn рrасtісеd fоr ѕuсh a lоng period оf tіmе, іt mаnаgеd to keep on еvоlvіng іn ѕuсh a соnѕtаnt pace. Fоr thаt fact, thе commonly uѕеd forms of …

Yoga – tree pose


Tree pose, also known as Vrksasana according to The British Wheel of Yoga.

The benefit of this pose is encouraging and improving body balance and concentration.

This is one of my favorite poses that I use to keep myself focused. Beginners should not expect to be able to achieve right away, it’s a gradual process, give it try first for a few second, then a few minutes, starting from hands down, then try moving up gradually.

Yoga Pose – Dog Down

The Dog Down Pose Adho Mukha Svanasana This dog face down posture gives you the benefits of stretching the hamstrings and calf muscles. Develops both strength and suppleness in the shoulder joints. Beginners might find their feet difficult to touch the floor. Start from tiptoes and gradually get heels to go down. I found this …

Yoga – adept posture

This posture also called Accomplished, Siddhasana, Perfect or Adept posture. According to The British Wheel of Yoga, its benefits are opening the hips and improving concentration. I personally like to use this as my meditation posture. While closing your eyes, listening to relaxation music, your mind will shift through…

Yoga – Chair pose

Original name is Utkatasana, also known as Powerful or Mighty posture. The benefits of this pose are developing leg strength and working the shoulders. Beginners might find their legs taking on a lot of pressure at the start, through practice, this sensation should be eased off. Keep head looking up will help to maintain focus.