Practicing advanced yoga postures requires more energy, strength, and elasticity than is the case with simple and intermediate poses. By mastering basic balance, bends, twists, strains and inversions, you're ready for advanced yoga postures. The poses crow, crane and peacock can be practiced after a certain strength of the arms has been achieved. Crow's attitude invigorates the body, centralizes the energy of the mind and brings total peace and strength. The crane posture makes you self-sufficient and powerful inside. The position of the peacock benefits the digestive organs, as the blood concentrates on them and their condition improves. The exercise is a good treatment for obesity, heaps and constipation. Flying Crow and Firefly Asanas also train their arms.
Once your legs are strengthened, you can take the monkey attitude. It is good for stretching the thighs and groin. Pigeon pose is practiced standing. It expands the pelvic area, stimulates the fluid and fluid content of the body. King dancer Asana is also listed standing. It improves the balance of the body, makes the legs strong and stretches the back. Before a standing asana, allow yourself a few moments by standing with your feet apart and placing your palms in prayer position in front of the heart. Then inhale through the nose and mouth. In this way, the muscles can easily relax and take a pose. By centering, you can also develop posture and concentration.
As a yoga student you will achieve a balanced and coordinated body after regular practice. This will help you with advanced asanas and also in your daily life. Grasping or lifting heavy objects or moving in a crowded place without damaging your body. Reverse attitude requires stability. It maintains the youth and vitality of your body and prevents premature aging. The effect is evident in fresh and wrinkle-free skin. This exercise is also good for the work of the thyroid gland. Headstand, commonly known as the King of Asanas, brings many rewards. It heals nervousness, anxiety, insomnia, even anxiety and boredom. It improves blood circulation and stimulates organs and glands. Memory is helped by this. In general, the physical and mental health is restored through this asana.
The wheel posture is a sophisticated, advanced posture that requires and builds up the elasticity of the upper back, arms and shoulders. It makes the upper body strong. It also acts as a tonic for the entire body, especially for the cardiovascular system. If you have difficulty performing the pose, you can try the Bridge variant first. With this adjusted posture you will stretch your spine and loosen the tension in the upper back and shoulders. As soon as the body becomes supple, you can try the wheel posture and increase the duration and frequency of the workout. Camel husbandry is also recommended later in your yoga routine. This is also a great exercise for stretching the spine, shoulders, arms and muscles of the back. Always remember not to exaggerate and exhaust yourself.