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5 Poses All New Yoga Enthusiasts Should Know

If you are a beginning yoga enthusiast, you probably understand why going slowly at the beginning helps to condition your body for more difficult postures in the future. Five particular postures, called asanas, are generally known to be most helpful for the new yoga enthusiast.

Corpse Position
The Shavasana, or Corpse Position, is one of most basic of yoga positions for beginners. For this posture, the person must lie flat on the back, with arms and legs at about a 45-degree angle from the body with the eyes closed in full relaxation. During the position, the person takes long, full breaths with the chest and abdomen rising and falling naturally with each inhalation.

Salutation To The Sun
Probably the single most important yoga position for beginners, the Salutation to the Sun is recommended for anyone who needs a quick and effective workout during their busy day. The Surya Namascar, or Salutation to the Sun, is a combination of 12 different positions that are done as a succession of twists, stretches and bends. It is usually repeated one or more times to give a full body workout in a short amount of time, yet it still provides allows for the mental calming and centering that is so important to yoga practice. The experts at ABC's of Yoga offer a lot of great additional information.

Downward Facing Dog
The Downward Facing Dog posture, or Adha Mukha Svanasana, is one of the 12 postures used in the Salutation to the Sun, but it is also used on its own as a stretching and strengthening exercise for the back, arms and legs. In this posture, the person comes up from a facedown position to the knees with hands flat on the floor and then lifts to a straight-leg position with hands still flat on the floor. The head faces the floor between the arms. Breathing is continued while the position is held for a period.

Lotus Position
In the Lotus Position, or Padma-asana, the person is seated on the ground with the knees bent and the feet folded across each other with the soles upward and resting on the upper thighs. This position takes some time to achieve comfortably, and you should not rush your body when getting used to stretching your muscles this way.

Cobra Position
The Cobra Posture, or Bhujangasana, is effective for strengthening the back and abdominal muscles. The position is begun facedown, with the shoulders and the upper part of the body raised and the lower part of the body flat on the ground. Breathing continues while holding the position.

Now remember yoga is a relaxing source of exercise, but it is still exercise. Remember to take care of your muscles, click here to learn common way to recover from muscle fatigue.



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