Surya Namaskar is made by mixing many rugs. After every posture take a little rest in Shavasan and in the end do a ten minute practice of Anulom Antonyms.
With the help of Surya Namaskar, many diseases can not only be prevented, but they can also be overcome. By doing yoga, the body gets energy and the mind remains calm. Also, before exercise, keep in mind these three rules that take good deep long breath in it, follow the pace and do yoga according to your ability.Surya Namaskar
Surya Namaskar is considered the most powerful among all yogasanas. Surya Namaskar is a yoga that keeps you physically and mentally healthy. But very few people know the right way to do Surya Namaskar.
Greetings To do this asana, first of all, join your two paws and stand on the edge of your asana mat. Then raise both hands parallel to the shoulder and put the entire weight on both feet equally. The sides of both palms stick to each other and stand in a posture of salutation.
Hand-gun To do this asana, take a deep breath and raise both hands upwards. Now, while bending the hands and waist, tilt both arms and neck also backwards.
Handmade posture In this posture, while exhaling, slowly lean forward towards the bottom. Rotate both your hands near the ears and touch the ground.
Horse steering seat– In this posture, keep your palms on the ground, take the right foot backwards while breathing and keep the left leg up from the knees. Lift the neck upwards and stay in this position for a while.
Mountain posture While doing this asana, take the left leg back while breathing and keep the whole body in a straight line and keep your hands straight on the ground.
Ashtanga Namaskar- While doing this asana, keep both your knees on the ground and exhale. Raise your hips upwards and touch your chest and chin with the ground and stay in this position for a while.
Bhujang posture While doing this asana, slowly move your chest forward while exhaling. Keep hands straight on the ground. Tilt the neck backwards and keep both the legs upright.
Marjari posture Marjari Asana is a forward and backward yoga posture. Sit in Vajrasana and come in the cat walk pose. After this, take long deep breaths and leave long deep breaths.
Breathing Lie on the mat directly on your back and close your eyes. Keep your feet relaxed and relaxed. The soles of the feet and fingers should be upwards. Place the palms upwards keeping the hands next to them. Focusing on every part of the body from the feet, slowly exhale in and out. Slowly reduce it. When there is relief in the body, then close the eyes and rest in the same posture for a while.