Perk Up Your Energy Level with Yoga

03/02/2017
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In today’s busy world, maintaining good health is a matter of concern for many. With all the multitasking that most people do, it is hard to maintain the energy reserves that are always running low. What to do then? How to maintain a perfect health condition. Well, one of the easiest ways would be to eat a balanced diet, get at least 7 – 8 hours’ sleep every day and keep yourself well hydrated to feel fresh and energized always.  Another effective technique that helps to replenish your energy reserves is by practicing yoga.

The most effective yogic poses extend the spine, improving energy circulation in the entire body. Certain poses work on other aspects of energy creation. Others replenish your body with uplifting energy levels.

Explained below are a few yogic poses that simply help to boost your energy level:

Tadasana or Mountain Pose

Stand with your heels apart, arms by your sides and take a deep breath. Now lift your arms above your head and open up your chest. When you exhale just bring your arms and feet slowly down. The sweeping, lifting and dropping motion must be repeated several times.

Tadasana or Mountain Pose

Marjaryasana or Cat Pose

Kneel up on all fours like a cat. Now exhale while arching your spine upwards and pulling your abdominal muscles in.  Next move your head downwards and inhale, keeping your hips in the same position and drop your weight creating an inverted curve in your spine. With face forward, slowly lift your chest and head. Repeat this act several times in a long, flowing motion.

Marjaryasana or Cat Pose

Bhujangasana or Cobra Pose

Lie flat on your stomach. Bring your hands to the sides of your shoulders, rest your chin on the floor and keep your face forward. Now breathe out while lifting your chest from the floor, straightening your arms, stretching and creating a curve in your spine. Hold this position for some time. Next inhale slowly and then, return your body to the relaxed position.

Bhujangasana or Cobra Pose

Vriksasana or Tree Pose

Stand in Tadasana pose and feel your body weight equally on all four corners of your feet. Now, slowly shift your weight over to the right foot, lifting the left foot from the floor. Bend the left knee, bringing the sole of the left foot onto the inner right thigh. Try to keep both the hips squared towards the front. Repeat the same move while shifting weight over the left foot.

Vriksasana or Tree Pose

So, whether you want to reduce your stress levels or boost your energy levels, yoga can be immensely helpful. There are many styles of yoga, most of which focus on relaxing the mind and the body and replenishing your depleted energy reserves.  Learn these styles to live a healthy life.

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