Yoga Session With Savita Yadav: The body remains healthy by taking care of food and regular practice of yoga along with it. Good health and strong immunity is very important during the Corona period. For this it is important that you take the right nutrition in the right amount and make some subtle exercises a part of your daily routine. Many people are very much worried about weight gain and rapid weight loss. In such a situation, it becomes very important to control the weight. By doing yoga, it is easy to keep the weight under control. Yoga instructor Savita Yadav taught herself to repair herself through small exercises in a live yoga session. It is very important to have strong legs for doing pranayama and yoga. In such a situation, let us know with the help of which yoga exercises you can make your legs strong.
First of all, sit on the yoga mat and straighten your legs by spreading them in front. Keep your waist straight. After this, place your hands on your thighs. Now bend the toes and toes of your feet towards the body while inhaling first, then while exhaling bend them to the other side. Actually, people who complain of pain in feet, ankles and toes due to walking, they get a lot of relief from doing this exercise. If you are unable to sit straight for a long time, then while doing this exercise, you can rest your hands on the ground backwards. After doing this for some time, keep your feet in their place and rotate them clockwise.
After that leave your feet relaxed. Now bring your fingers near your feet and with the help of hands, they should touch your thighs and stomach. After that spread your legs back. Then bring the feet back near the upper body. Repeat this exercise. Breathe in while taking the feet away and exhale while bringing them closer. Doing this also strengthens your legs.
Butterfly posture is also called butterfly posture. This asana is especially beneficial for women. To do butterfly posture, sit with your legs extended in front of you, keep your spine straight. Bend the knees and bring both the legs towards the pelvis. Hold both your feet tightly with both hands. You can place your hands under your feet for support. Try to bring the heels as close to the genitals as possible. Take long, deep breaths, while exhaling press the thighs and thighs towards the ground. Start moving both the legs up and down like the wings of a butterfly. Speed up slowly. Breathe in and exhale. Do this as much as you can in the beginning. Gradually increase the exercise.
While inhaling you have to move the neck backward and while exhaling bring your neck forward. Let us tell you that if you have pain in your neck, then you should not do this exercise. After doing this 8-10 times, turn your neck to the right and left and take care of breathing. After this, you have to bend your neck while inhaling to the right. After this, while exhaling, tilt to the left. Continuing the neck exercise, now you have to move your neck in a circle. If there is pain in your neck, then you should do backward and half rotation and do not tilt the neck forward. For information, let us tell you that these are called cervical power development activities. You can do this 2-3 times a day.
After this, you have to put the fingers of your hands on your shoulders and rotate the hands in this posture. Keeping the hands connected to the shoulders, join both the elbows and then remove them. Similarly, practice inhaling and exhaling. After doing this for a while, now spread your hands. Stretching the hands well in their respective direction, bend your wrists up and down. While bending your wrist, breathe in while moving the part of your fingers up and exhale while bringing it down. You also do this at least 8-10 times. After this, keeping the hands in this posture, instead of moving the wrist up and down, move it to the right and left.
After this, keeping your hands straight, bring them forward and then take them back by spreading the arms according to your ability. During this also, pay attention to breathing properly and exhaling. Now while exhaling, bring your hands down and then while inhaling, move the hands upwards.