Best Morning Yoga : In 10 minutes awaken soul and body

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Good Morning Yoga

Morning yoga routine may gently wake up the body and soul every morning, massage the organs, increase the circulation, and discharge hazardous poisons in only 10 minutes.

If you wake up tired and unable to motivate yourself to get out of bed, try these basic yoga postures to help clear your mind, revitalize your body, and strengthen your circulation.
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Yoga not only improves the body’s flexibility, strength, and endurance, but it also soothes the mind and it is a terrific stress reliever.

All of the morning yoga poses take around 10 minutes and are done with your own weight and deep breathing.

Sun Salutation is thus an excellent way to start the day and awaken the body.
The internal organs and glands (pituitary, adrenal gland, thyroid, pancreas, and gonads) are massaged in yoga, and an unbalanced endocrine system causes sadness, obesity, and stress.
All of the stances help to enhance blood flow and oxygen levels. Exercising also causes the body to expel toxins, which slows down the aging process.

When exercising, it’s critical to follow the steps in the correct order while also paying attention to your breathing.
The breath is crucial because it keeps the focus on the here and now, cleanses the body, provides energy, and increases circulation. It alternates with the movement.
To gently awaken the body, the movements are done slowly and calmly.

Child’s Pose (Balasana)

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  • Stand on all fours, connect your toes, and spread your knees a little wider than your torso, sitting on your heels.
  • You can extend your arms forward or relax them along your thighs.
  • Bend your elbows so that your hands can rest.
  • Stay in this position for a dozen inhales and exhales to calm the mind and prepare for rest yoga poses.

Cat-Cow Stretch (Chakravakasana)

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  • Return to ‘all four’ Place your palms under your shoulders and your knees under your hips.
  • With each inhale, bend the spine so that the gaze is directed upwards and the buttocks are expelled on the exhale.
  • Return the chin to the chest and underline the buttocks so that the hump is made as large as possible on the back.
  • Repeat 8 to 10 times.

Surya Namaskar-Sun Salutation

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1. Inhale: raise your hands above your head, join your palms, and raise your gaze to your fingertips.

2. Exhale: bend over, place your hands next to your feet, and slightly bend your knees.

3. Inhale: In the same position, take a deep breath and straighten your back.

4. Exhale and take a step back, lowering your knees, chest, and chin to the floor.

5. Inhale: Lower your legs and pelvis to the floor, then lift your head and chest forward and up, resting your palms lightly on the floor.

6. Exhale by raising your hips and pelvis high toward the ceiling, pressing your palms against the floor, and assuming a dog-facing position.The palms are shoulder-width apart, as are the feet, and the buttocks and hips are high in the air. This position looks like the letter “V2 upside down. Stay here for a few deep breaths.

7: Inhale: Walk to the beginning of the mat and connect your feet between your palms.

8. Exhale: Lean forward as at the beginning of the exercise.

9. Inhale: rise to an upright position, stretch the whole body, join the palms above the head and then lower them down along the body. Make a sun salutation three times in a row.

This sequence of asanas improves digestion, relieves constipation and bloating, strengthens arms and abdominal muscles, cleanses the lungs, aids in the elimination of toxins from the body, calms the nervous system, enhances memory, and increases back and leg muscle flexibility.
It promotes restful sleep, as well as strength and longevity…

After Sun Salutation, you are ready for one balance position:

Tree pose (Vrksasana)

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  • Stand at the beginning of the mat and shift your body weight to your left foot. Bend your right leg and grab your right lower leg or ankle with your right hand.
  • Lift your right foot and press it to the inside of your left thigh.
  • It doesn’t matter how high you put your foot next to your left foot, but that you don’t put your heel on your knee.
  • Therefore, the foot can be placed below or above the knee of the left foot. Put your hands on your hips and make sure your hip bones are parallel to the ground.
  • A more advanced version is to raise your arms above your shoulders, shoulder-width apart, or perhaps join your palms.
  • Stay for five inhales and exhales on one leg and then swap sides for another five inhales and exhales.

Big Toe Pose (Padangustatsana)


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  • Spread your feet hip-width apart.
  • With a deep breath with your exhale, lower yourself to the floor. You can press your palms against the floor, grab your thumbs, ankles, or leaves.
  • Depending on how much you can bow, make sure your back stays straight and your knees are slightly bent.
  • Stay so for 5 inhales and exhales.

Twist (Ardha Matsyendrasana )

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  • Sit on the floor, stretch your legs, and straighten your back.
  • Switch your right foot over your left foot and place it on the floor flush with your left knee.
  • The left leg may remain outstretched or bent on the inhale, lengthen the spine, and on the exhale, place the left elbow on the outside of the right knee and thus enter the twist.
  • Stay for 5 deep breaths and then swap sides.
  • It is important to lengthen further through the spine with each breath, and to go deeper into the twist with each exhalation.

Corpse Pose (Savasana)

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  • This is the yoga pose  by which each sequence of asanas ends.
  • Lie on your back, stretch your arms and legs and spread them slightly.
  • The body is straight, outstretched and relaxed.
  • Close your eyes and stay that way for about twenty breaths.


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