It is all about gradually achieving a state in which the body feels lightened, the soul becomes brighter, and the mind becomes more efficient. And what greater way to make this a possibility than with Yoga, feet first? Yoga is not just a self-regulating spiritual practice, but it is also a 5,000-year-old health motto that puts every other gym routine to shame.

For the Arms

A Guide To Yoga For Different Parts Of The Body

Poses in which your arms bear the majority of your body weight, alongside a few chaturanga push-ups, are excellent for increasing arm strength. Arm yoga poses include:

Downward facing dog, plank pose, supported side plank for beginners.

Crow posture, four-limbed staff stance, side plank pose, and upward facing dog are intermediate poses.

Firefly posture, flying crow pose, handstand, side crow pose, wheel pose are all complex poses.

For The Shoulders and Chest

A Guide To Yoga For Different Parts Of The Body

Chest and shoulder pain are common among those who work at a desk from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. The requirement of the hour is to let go of any stress and allow your body to breathe. While Dhanurasana or Bow Pose stretches your front body, Bhujangasana or Cobra Pose stretches your chest and shoulders, and Ustrasana or Camel Pose relaxes your body. Two body parts, three Yoga asanas, and an unlimited amount of comfort!

For The Back

These postures will strengthen your back and improve your spinal mobility. To strengthen and stretch your back, you don’t have to complete a full backbend. There are also plenty of softer solutions.

A Guide To Yoga For Different Parts Of The Body

Cat-cow stretch, supported bridge, cobra, knees-chest-chin for beginners

Bridge, upward-facing dog, reverse warrior, bow posture, camel stance, locust pose, king dancer pose are all intermediate poses.

Wheel pose, small thunderbolt pose, mermaid pose, one-legged king pigeon pose, scorpion pose, wild creature

For The Abdomen

We’re not sure whether you realise it, but the strength you utilise to rouse yourself up from sleep mode originates from your core. You can tell if an athlete is powerful not by their muscles but by their core strength. From daily work to professional fitness, core strength is essential in all of these areas.

A Guide To Yoga For Different Parts Of The Body

 

So, attempt Navasana or Boat Pose to make it stronger, better, and more flexible. However, this asana has extra benefits such as stress relief, improved digestion, kidney and thyroid health, and so on.

For The Legs

Almost all Yoga asanas strengthen the legs in some way, although you may want to start with something simple and work your way up. And we believe we have the right positions to start your trip with Adho Mukha Svanasana (Downward-Facing Dog) and Virabhadrasana (Warrior-I Pose).

A Guide To Yoga For Different Parts Of The Body

While the former unpacks the spine and relaxes your hamstrings while also sending extra blood to your head, the latter is beneficial in developing your knees and feet, culminating in better posture and a calm mindset.