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Anti-stress yoga routines

December 5, 2014

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Anti-stress yoga routines1mPracticing yoga has proven to be an effective method of releasing stress and improving the quality of life. Some are beginners and others are experts in practicing yoga but even those who are just at the beginning and learning the basic asanas easily become aware of the power of these simple movements and breathing techniques.

The postures which can be considered as very simple and easy to do will help you a lot in releasing the tension you feel in your neck, your shoulders, back and legs. For example, one easy posture is pulling your legs up the wall in a 90 degree angle and simply staying there focusing on the relaxing feeling and stretching your legs. This posture renews blood and lymph drainage back into the heart area. The standing forward bend will stretch your back and legs and the eagle pose will relax your shoulders legs and back.

The supported backbend will help you ease the tension in your back which is very difficult to achieve when you are under a great amount of stress. This posture requires lying down with a folded blanket or pillow under your back. Twisting your lower portion of the body to the left and right while you are lying down will stretch and relax your lower as well as upper part of the back. You can also do the reclining bound angle pose. This posture is also done by lying down. The knees are twisted and the hips are open while the feet are touching. The child’s pose gently stretches the back and relaxes the entire body. It is done by sitting down on your knees, spreading them apart and stretching the upper body down towards the floor.

To do the bridge pose you will again need to lie down, fold your knees and lift up your bottom by pushing up with your legs. This pose will gently stretch the back of your legs. The extended triangle pose stretches the entire body and the corpse pose which is usually done in the end will give your body a deep rest.

These are only several of the poses you can learn and combine to help you relive stress, anxiety, back aches, headaches and more. They are easy to learn and at the beginning you will only need to spend 5 to 10 minutes a day. The benefits are numerous; you will free your body from the tension, relive fatigue, ease or lose the headaches, balance and calm the mind and nervous system.

This way without great muscular effort you will bring your nervous system back into balance. The seated poses will help you become calm and tranquil and help you meditate easily and asanas such as backbends, the crescent pose, twists, inversions, postures stretching the spine release of endorphin. Such postures are empowering and energize the body. So try a few simple postures and feel the relaxing vibe go through your body.

The postures which can be considered as very simple and easy to do will help you a lot in releasing the tension you feel in your neck, your shoulders, back and legs. For example, one easy posture is pulling your legs up the wall in a 90 degree angle and simply staying there focusing on the relaxing feeling and stretching your legs. This posture renews blood and lymph drainage back into the heart area. The standing forward bend will stretch your back and legs and the eagle pose will relax your shoulders legs and back.

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The supported backbend will help you ease the tension in your back which is very difficult to achieve when you are under a great amount of stress. This posture requires lying down with a folded blanket or pillow under your back. Twisting your lower portion of the body to the left and right while you are lying down will stretch and relax your lower as well as upper part of the back.

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You can also do the reclining bound angle pose. This posture is also done by lying down. The knees are twisted and the hips are open while the feet are touching.
The child’s pose gently stretches the back and relaxes the entire body. It is done by sitting down on your knees, spreading them apart and stretching the upper body down towards the floor.

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To do the bridge pose you will again need to lie down, fold your knees and lift up your bottom by pushing up with your legs. This pose will gently stretch the back of your legs. The extended triangle pose stretches the entire body and the corpse pose which is usually done in the end will give your body a deep rest.

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This way without great muscular effort you will bring your nervous system back into balance. The seated poses will help you become calm and tranquil and help you meditate easily and asanas such as backbends, the crescent pose, twists, inversions, postures stretching the spine release of endorphin. Such postures are empowering and energize the body. So try a few simple postures and feel the relaxing vibe go through your body.

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