Yoga is very effective for overall health, whether be it a man, a woman, or a child. It gives energy to your body and also gives strength to the body. But there are many women who are so busy due to the work of the house and office that they do not have enough time to practice yoga. But there are some yoga poses which are not only practised in a short interval but also provide adequate health benefits to your body. Apart from this, it also strengthens your immune system so you do not feel fast exhausted and you feel energetic all day long. (Also read: Effective yoga poses to get the glowing and beautiful skin)
Let’s which yoga postures should be practised by busy women easily.
First, sit on the floor and fold your heel backwards. Now tilt your forehead towards the ground and breathe deeply while stretching your arms. After this, place the forehead on the ground and stay in this posture for 2-3 minutes and slowly return to the normal condition, leaving the breath.
Regular practising of this posture brings flexibility in the body and also relieves your back problems. Apart from this, it provides relief to your cramps. (Also read: How to do Bhujapidasana and what are its benefits)
Downward dog posture
To do this posture, stand on the hands and feet and make the upper part of your back upwards. Raise the waist while leaving the breath. Keep in mind that the distance between your arms and shoulders is equal to the distance of the waist and parallel to each other. Now place your palms on the ground. After this, slowly come to your normal state, leaving the breath.
Regular exercise will improve your blood circulation, as well as strength upper part of your body.
To practice virbhadra aasana, spread legs and stand straight. Turn your right foot 90 degrees and the left leg to 15 degrees. Now lift both of your hands above to the shoulders. Keep in mind that your palms should be open. Now move your head to the right and pull your hands a little. Your body should be like a warrior. Stay in this posture for a few seconds and then come back in the first posture.
It gives strength to your hands and feet. It is also effective for making your core muscles as well. Apart from this, it strengthens the joints and ankles and brings them the strain.
Stand straight to do this posture, and bend a little while bending knees and straighten both hands towards the front of the shoulders. Stay in this position for a while and keep in mind that your knees will not move forward. Slowly go downwards and sit in the direction of Sudhasan. Come on in a start position after a few seconds.
Regular practising of this can strengthen the lower back and also balance the body. (Also read: Which yoga poses help to beat the heat)