7 Common Yoga Postures You Really Need To Know

If you are new to yoga, don’t worry there are certain common postures that are essential for you to be knowledgeable about yoga so you can feel comfortable and easy practicing yoga anywhere. Practicing yoga has numerous health benefits including fighting stress, improving immunity, better sex life, and others. Let’s keep an eye on the common postures that you should do every day to reduce health problems.

1.  Mountain Pose

1. Mountain Pose

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Mountain pose promotes balance and makes you concentrate on the present moment. To begin with, mountain pose, stand with feet together. Press down the surface through all ten toes as you spread them open. Lift your thighs. Elongate through all 4 sides of your waist. Relax and breathe easy. (1)

2.  Chair Pose

2. Chair Pose

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Chair pose helps to strengthen your upper back, shoulders, and legs. Stand in mountain pose, raise arms and reach up through fingers. Imagine that you are sitting on a chair, sit back and down. Shift your weight on heels and stretch through the torso.

3. Tree Pose

3. Tree Pose

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Tree pose helps you gain focus and clarity. Start with your feet together, place left foot on your right upper thigh. Join your hands in prayer and find a spot in front of you where you can continuously hold a gaze. Hold the breath and switch the sides.

4. Seated Forward Bend

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It stretches your lower, upper and back sides. Start seated with your legs together on the floor. Lift your chest and start bending forward from your waist. Try touching your toe with your fingers without bending your knees. Hold and take 8-10 breaths. Just make sure that all your neck, head and shoulder are all free.

5. Child’s Pose

5. Child’s Pose

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Child Pose removes stress and keeps your relax with your hectic schedules. Sit on your butt; bring both your feet and knees together as you sit on butt and stretch arms forward. Put down your forehead to the floor, and let your complete body release. Hold on as long as you can.

6. Corpse

6. Corpse

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A corpse is the easiest yoga pose, it relaxes the whole body and gives you enough space to absorb the benefits of the surroundings. Simple lie up, let your feet splay apart, keep palms along sides and palms facing up. Close your eye and relax. That’s it.

7.  Camel Pose


7. Camel Pose

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Camel pose strengthens the entire front body, boost your mood and even helps improving back muscles. To begin with, camel pose, kneel with shin hip distance apart, Lift chest up, stretch your arms and reach hands to heels. (2)

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