Yoga has gained tremendous popularity over the years, especially during the pandemic — it became the meditation method of choice for many. A practice that combines physical exercise with meditation to achieve a greater connection with your body, mind, and soul, perfect to start this year, right?
There are several types of yoga and different routines that depend on the results you want to get. If you wish to focus more on the physical or the mental aspect of your life, the best thing is that you can start practicing anytime; the only thing that matters is to have the willingness and an open mind.
This list of routines is for different purposes: Exercising your body and face, changing the energy with which you start the day, boosting your immune system, or practicing your meditation skills. Let’s get started!
To start your day
The energy with which you start the day is vital because it will dictate how you receive what comes during the rest of the day, and yoga will help you bring that freshness that was missing in your morning.
Stretching in the morning is very important after a good night’s sleep. Yoga with Kassandra shows us this short 10 minute Yoga stretching routine video, ideal for those days when we are short on time. This routine will help you stretch your muscles and relieve possible postural pain.
To help with your immunity
It’s imperative to take care of our immune system with healthy diets and to take our vitamins, but it’s also important to know that exercising helps give it an extra boost and keep it healthy.
Check out this list of seven Yoga poses that you can use to create your own routine or combine with another exercise to boost the immune system in a natural way and from the comfort of your own home.
To exercise the body
Having a toned body is the goal of many, but the work involved in achieving it sometimes becomes too much. Incorporating yoga into your exercise routine is an excellent option to achieve it without having to spend hours in the gym.
This shortlist of fourteen Yoga poses is designed to help you tone your body in a more natural way because you work more muscles simultaneously, release tension and create more resistance.
And if you want to take it a step further, there are also Yoga routines for the face, like this 15-minute routine video, that help with fine lines and energize the skin, think of it as a non-surgical facelift.
During the pandemic, meditation became a tool for many to deal with stress and the world’s situation. Meditation is a method that helps you connect your body with your mind and soul in a more profound way, and sometimes that is just what we need. These three meditation Yoga poses will help you achieve greater concentration and relaxation in the key areas of your body that need it most.