Yoga Asanas or postures are body positions, which help us in balancing, and corresponding to the nature of human body and this ultimately helps to improve its flexibility and strength. With regular practice, under the supervision of a trained expert, we not only improve upon our physical health but our mind also works fresh and enhances our creative strength.
Problems like heavy weight, high cholesterol level, high blood pressure etc are controlled by regular performances. It not only maintains physical but also the mental equilibrium and thus makes our mind stronger enough to do away with normal and daily life stresses.
There are various broad categories of Asanas which in them contains a lot numbers of exercises and it's not possible for us to perform all of them at one time and also it's not necessary for one to perform them all, but one can choose or be told by experts to perform those Asanas which would help reduce their specific problems and improve their body vitality.
The major categories of Yoga Asanas are:
* Standing Asanas
* Forward Bending Asanas
* Supine Asanas
* Inverted Asanas
* Abdominal and Lumbar Asanas
* Twisting Asanas
* Back Bending Asanas
* Balancing Asanas
It's the sequenced format of Asanas with beginners' to start with simple and easy standing Asanas such as Tadasana, Ardha Chandrasana, and Trikonasana etc. And with time we can move forward with bending and twisting exercises such as Paschimotanasana, Padmasana, Vajrasana, Simhasana, Mukha Svanasa Marichyasana, Ardha Matsyendrasana, Ustrasana, Bhujangasana etc. It will gradually help build your body stronger and will increase mobility and alertness in the reflexes. All the joints will work smoothly and regular problems like cramps and strains in the muscles will also go away with time. Also, some very delicate and precisely done balancing Asanas such as Sirsasanas, Sarvangasana etc will strengthen your delicate limb joints such as wrists and also the abdominal organs improves with them.
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