Surya Namaskar With Savita Yadav: Doing yoga regularly not only keeps the body healthy but also maintains mental health. Today, yoga instructor Savita Yadav taught how to take care of one’s own health through Surya Namaskar in News18’s live yoga session. Also enumerate its benefits. According to him, it develops all-round development of the body. Practicing the 12 steps of Surya Namaskar daily gives a lot of benefits. It is practiced in the morning on an empty stomach. Its practice keeps the weight balanced. Improves digestion and removes the problem of constipation. Also it makes the body flexible. This asana is also done to strengthen the muscles and bones. It is advisable to do subtle exercises before doing this exercise. Also take care of breathing.
To do this asana, stand straight on the yoga mat and join your feet together. During this, keep your waist straight. Now bring your hands close to your chest and bow down.
2. Hasta Uttanasana
Standing in Pranamasana, take your hands above the head and keep it straight. Now in the posture of bowing, take your hands backwards and bend your waist backwards.
Exhale slowly to do Padahastasana. Now bend forward and touch the toes with your hands. In this posture your head will meet with the knees.
4. Ashwa Sanchalanasana
For this posture, move the right foot backwards. The knee of this foot has to touch the ground. During this, bend the other leg. Keep your palms straight on the ground and keep your head up and look in front.
While doing this asana, keep both your arms and legs straight and in the same line. After this, come to the position of doing push-ups.
6. Ashtanga Namaskara
Now bring your palms, chest, knees and feet to the ground. Now stay in this state.
For this exercise, keep your palms on the ground and while keeping the stomach close to the ground, bend the neck backwards.
8. Adho Mukha Svanasana
Adho Mukha Shavasana is also called Parvatasana. For this, keep your feet straight on the ground. Now lift the hip upwards. Keep your shoulders straight and face inwards.
9. Ashwa Sanchalanasana
For this, move your right foot backwards. Keep in mind that the knee should meet the ground. Now bend your other leg and touch the ground with your palms. Keep your head towards the sky.
For this yoga practice, bend forward and touch the toes with your hands. During this, you have to join your head with the knees.
11. Hasta Uttanasana
This asana is also called Ardhachandrasana. Now standing in Pranamasana, raise your hands above the head and keep it straight. Now move the hands backwards in the posture of salutation. Bend your waist backwards.
In the end you have to do pranamasana again.