Increase your love and trust with these basic yoga postures
These postures will increase your self-esteem as quickly as you can tell Tadasana.
Yoga is a powerful tool if we use it with intention and concentration. These postures (called asanas in Sanskrit) have been chosen to give you an immediate boost to your self-esteem, and this is just the beginning. When you are at your best, energy radiates into everything you do and into everyone you interact with. Take care of others and take the time to take care of yourself through these dignity exercises.
Mountainous position (Tadasana)
The storage position is the basic position from which all other standing positions are constructed. If you lie in this position in the middle and on the ground, you will notice that your self-confidence is immediately high. This posture is good on almost any flat surface, but for the added value, it is practiced on a natural surface such as a lawn in your favorite park.
Stand with bent legs, chop something apart. Lift all ten fingers off the mat and deliberately lower them one by one or as slowly as possible. Using the quadriceps, slowly lift the patella into the thighs and lift the pubic bone up to the navel, so that you are familiar with the abdominal and gluteal muscles. Take a deep breath as you spread across your chest and bring the sheets together by pushing them towards the back of your body. Raise your shoulders and bring your head to heaven, direct your spine from tail to crown, spread your fingers to animate your palms. Take 5 full breaths here, fill your chest and draw from your inner strength, while exhaling, feel every part of you that is not in the service of your uplifting, I fall.
This self-aware posture can be practiced by leaning against the wall to achieve balance and alignment.
Revocation rotation (Jathara Parivartanasana)
This gentle rotation will help to stimulate your third chakra, which is the center of mental strength and expression of will. Your will is in harmony with your breath and your body, you will be on your way to achieving everything you have undertaken.
Lie flat on the mat and spread your hands apart in a T-shape that opens above your chest. Bend your knees and lift your legs to the ground, take a deep breath, and drop your knees to the right after exhaling. Remember that this is a smooth turn, take a deep breath every time and keep your shoulders in contact with the mat. Use a block or blanket under your right knee to support yourself when your back or thigh is under pressure. Bring your knees back to the middle and repeat the 5 breaths on your left side.
Puppy position (Uttana Shishosana)
After this long period of time, your self-esteem will rise sharply. The position of the pup opens the chest and the heart creates new possibilities and connects the heart and the mind. Allow yourself to grow and make room for the most faithful version of yourself.
Start on all hands and feet, with toes facing the back of the mat. Inhale deeply, aligning the coccyx with the top of the head, and as you exhale, your hands gradually move forward, eventually placing your forehead on a mattress. If the forehead makes unpleasant contact with the mat, use a block or blanket to remove the tension in the neck area. Feel the sensation of gently pulling your chest and create space between your shoulders and ears. At hip height you let the chest melt towards the carpet, the thoracic spine stretches, and uses the low ribs to protect the lower back.
Warrior 3 (Virabhadrasana III)
Trust the name of this pose! Warrior 3 is called a wild warrior in Hindu mythology, and in this pose, you will fly high in your own posture. Let the benefits of this balanced posture take you to the upper limit!
From the mountain, step with your left foot back into the runner’s lung and make sure you do not move the bent knee past the bottom of the ankle to protect the ankle from injury. Connect your palms in the middle of your chest and focus your gaze on a point in front of you. Take a deep breath in here, fill your lungs up to the collarbones, and after exhaling start lifting your rear leg and straightening your right knee. Shine your chest forward and breathe with a sense of fullness and confidence. Keep your eyes open and find 5 laps of balance and airway immobility. Say it again on the other side.
Pear wood creates strength, builds self-esteem, and tunes it to the flow of fresh energy in the body. This turnaround gives you a new perspective and increases your stamina compared to the larger version of yourself.
Start by sitting on the floor with knees bent. Grab your elbows in front of you and put your forearms on the ground, touching your knees and the mat. Use it as a measure of the distance to the elbow. Close your fingers and put the little finger in the palm of your hand. Place the top of your head on the mat on the right, in the palms of your hands, and support your elbows and forearms on the mat, lift your shoulders and form a stable base for the tripod. Start by lifting your knees and hips above your head by pressing the tips of your legs into the mat. Stay here or lift your legs until your body is upside down and in an upright position, stuck in the torso and pressed into your forearms to protect your neck and spine. Breathe calmly and focus your eyes on one point. When you’re ready to descend, relax in a child’s position with your fists bent and your head rested another 10 times. Counter-drive on the wall for more confidence and stability.
Enjoy the immediate effect of these self-reinforcing asanas. Take a deep breath and remember: Wherever you go, you’ve got everything you need inside you. Just determine your intention and focus your consciousness, it’s already done!
These postures are meant to be practiced by people in good health. Respect any limitations or physical injuries and consult your doctor before practicing asanas.