If you decide to do yoga on your own, here are some tips: Start with standing yoga postures, eliminating twisting and bending. Your first task in yoga is to learn to stand, correctly placing the center of gravity, aligning the spine, stretching your whole body in different directions. Without this skill, doing difficult exercises can harm you.
You will find some detailed yoga exercises for beginners in detail, as well as practical tips from different teachers in the sections of our blog “Yoga for Beginners” and “Yoga Solves Problems”.
Safety precautions in independent yoga classes:
Always start with the simplest version of the exercise — Evenly alternate tension and tension — Alternate deflections with tilts to compensate each other — Tighten your arms and legs in turn — Do not do yoga exercises for acute pain in the spine, joints, internal organs — Do not perform strong deflections, lotus and half-lotus postures, head and shoulder struts without the recommendation of a specialist. These yoga exercises most often lead to injuries.
Consult with a trainer. Before you start practicing yoga, you need to be sure that you have chosen the exercises, their order and breathing rhythm correctly. Remember: yoga is not “just gymnastics” and certainly not acrobatics. It requires a reasonable approach, without rushing and unnecessary zeal. Then it allows you to find health and harmony. Have a good practice!