Now achieve the inner peace with 15 minute calming yoga
Everyone in todays Digi world are getting stressed out with work, relationships, family etc You might be in need of some peace and quiteThis 15 minute calming yoga will help you to achieve inner peace Follow these steps to reconnect yourself and find your calm
Everyone in today’s Digi world are getting stressed out with work, relationships, family etc. You might be in need of some peace and quite.
This 15 minute calming yoga will help you to achieve inner peace. Follow these steps to reconnect yourself and find your calm.
Go ahead and find a nice comfortable seat. We encourage yogis to use a pillow or Block to support for extra support.
Sit in a crossed legged posture, instructor suggests sitting on your shins. Whatever makes you feel comfortable close your eyes and focus on your breath as you inhale and exhale your nose.
After this meditative breathing exercise open your eyes and try to roll your neck gently in a circular motion. Repeat in both directions this time.
Now, stretch your arms towards the sky and inter lace your fingers stretching over to both sides. While gently twisting your body, make sure you are focusing on your breath.
Shortly, after the instructor transitions to a stance on her hands and knees and suggests a couple a rounds of cat cows to warm up the spine. For this she recommends bringing your belly button to your spine on the exhale and articulating through your vertebrae when you inhale. Just moving as organically as you need to walking up your body releasing tension.
Now, she shifts to a classic downward facing dog. Koo, the instructor says I always like to pedal out my feet here, may be shake my tail it my hips from side to side she lifts her leg into these three legged downward dog which helps to open the hips. From here she moves between the downward dog and cobra poses. Mixing in warrior two and peaceful warrior so that yogis hit a nice, deep lunge and stretch.
A common misconception we have why we move only each body part separately, but all movement should be with the entirety of your body. She wraps up the session by returning to a Centred, seated position repeat the session if necessary.