Basic Yoga Asanas
Yoga Asanas is considered the most traditional form of yoga, born in India and Tibet in ancient times and practiced with the aim of achieving control of the cosmic energy present in man through a combination of movement, breathing and Tantric philosophy. The route includes a first stage to learn how to control the body, a control that will cascade into the mind, making it the most powerful vehicle available to man. Practicing Hatha Yoga regularly will allow prana (life force) to flow freely, reducing anxiety and stress, helps develop stable and balanced breathing, a clear mind, and improves blood circulation and flexibility.
This yoga pose helps in treating vertigo, fights stress, and induces relaxation. Know the steps of doing Sirsasana, all its benefits and contraindications.
The path includes a first stage to learn how to control the body, a control that cascades onto the mind, making it the most powerful vehicle available to man. circulation and flexibility.
This style of yoga is not only a physical work, but also a spiritual one, which starts from the body, because the body for the yoga tradition is the vehicle through which we live and achieve spiritual evolution.
Having incarnated, it is our job to live, evolve and take care of the temple that has been given to us, the body.
How do you do Konasana pose?
Follow the sequence: Stand straight with one feet distance apart and arms alongside the body. Breathe in and raise the left arm so that the fingers point towards the sky. Breathe out and bend to the right, first from the spine, and then move your pelvis to the left. Bend a little more. Keep your left arm pointing up. Turn your head to look up at the left palm. Straighten the elbows. Breathing in, straighten your body back up. Breathing out, bring the left arm down.