Throughout the day, we are experiencing strong stresses that can lead to various diseases. Therefore, to prevent this, we offer you a yoga complex for beginners. After the second workout, you will feel how the body becomes obedient, and the muscles become stronger. Plus, you’ll get a better sleep, and all problems will begin to be solved with ease, but for us students, this is a very important factor.
1. A pose for relaxation.
Sit cross-legged and feel your spine relax and lengthen. You can stretch slightly, leaning on crossed legs. Sit in this position for a couple of minutes, breathe as deep and even as possible. This will help to tune in to an effective charge and reduce stress.
2. Tilt forward.
Sit with your legs straight in front of you. Reach slowly to your fingertips. Focus on stretching during exhalation – at this point the tendons and muscles of the legs will be more supple for maximum stretching. Repeat this 5 times.
3. The pose of the child.
Get on your knees, spread them shoulder-width apart, hold your hands behind your torso. Slowly lean forward, lower your head down completely. In such a relaxed position, spend 3-4 minutes intermittently, breathe deeply and evenly, and feel your back resting.
Place your right hand on your left knee. Lock your left hand behind the body, slowly turn to the left. Turn your head with the body – look to the left. Breathe as deep as possible! Slowly return to the starting position, feel the oblique and lateral muscles of the press and the muscles of the hips stretching. Repeat the same with the right foot.
5. The pose of the goddess.
Lie on your back, bend your knees and bring the soles of your feet together. Keep your hands on the sides freely. Breathe evenly, try to stretch your inner thigh muscles and feel it. Stay in this position while you are comfortable – 2 minutes is enough.
6. Feet on the wall.
Raise your straight legs and place them on the wall. Torso and arms relax. Spend in this position for 3 minutes, inhale the air fully. Try to drive away all unnecessary thoughts, feel how tense back and legs are resting.