Yoga is a natural way to get the beautiful skin. There are some yoga, which improves the blood circulation to our body, so our body will get the proper amount of oxygen and nutrition. This further helps in growth of new cells and increase in damage cells repair. Apart from this yoga also help to reduce the stress and improve sleep duration.
In this article, we discussed about 4 important yoga asana, there steps and benefits. If you practice regularly this asana you will get healthy and glowing skin.
Padmasana (Lotus Flower Pose)
The padmasana is a one of the important asana for our glowing skin, it is also known as a lotus flower pose because this asana is looks like a lotus flower. It is one of the important postures for meditation.
Steps for Padmasana (Lotus Flower Pose):
Sit on your yoga mat, stretch your leg in front and make is straight from your hips.
Fold the right leg and slowly place it on your left thigh, you can use both the hands to bring your leg onto the thighs. Keep your right leg feet on your right thigh.
They grab your left leg with both the hands and slowing brings it by bending from your keens and keeps your left feet on your right thigh.
While doing this your back should be straight. Keep it this position.
Now keep both your palm on your keens, your palm should face upward position and your thumb should touch the point finger and rest finger should face upward position.
Keep in this position, close your eyes, slowly breathe in and breathe out. While doing this asana, concentrate on your breathing process. If you are doing first time, then you can do this asana 2 to 3 minutes, but once you practice this asana on a regular basis, you can do this asana more than 30 minutes
Benefits of Padmasana (Lotus Flower Pose):
Padamasana has lots of health benefits, among that some of the health benefits of padmasana includes improves the focus and concentration of mind, remove the stress and calm the mind, relax the body and increase the hungry, improve the blood flow to the every part of the body, increase the oxygen flow, increase the growth of the cells, your skin health will improve and prevent issue related to the skin such as wrinkles, fine lining and acne.
Sarvangasana (The Shoulder Stand Pose)
"Sarvangasana" asana names come from three words such as "Sarva"ÃÂ refers to "all", "Ang"ÃÂ refers to parts of the body and "Asana" means posture. This pose is very good for upper part of the body, such as shoulder, face, brain, Hair etc.
Steps for Sarvangasana (The Shoulder Stand Pose):
To start this asana lie down on your yoga mat in savasana posture.
Place your hand near to your body sideways and bring your legs nearer to your chest and slowly try to lift your hips and legs in upward position.
Now take your hand and placed in on your lower back position and lift your lower part of the body and try to keep your entire body in a straight line with your shoulder.
Hold in this position for 10 to 20 seconds and while doing this breath normally.
To come back from this position, slowly bend your keens and lower down your legs and come to a savasana position on the mat.
If you are doing first time this asana then you should do this asana under the supervision of yoga instructor and if you have any type of injury in your back, neck or shoulder then you should avoid this asana.
Benefits of Sarvangasana (The Should Stand Pose):
This asana is very good for our skin, brain, eye, hair growth and shoulder because it increases the blood flow to our upper part of the body, due to more amount of blood, body get more oxygen and nutrient and also it helps to flush out the toxin from our body.
Dhanurasana (The Bow Pose)
Dhanurasana is also known as bow pose, it is very useful to reduce the stress and anxiety. As the name of this asana Dhanur mean bow and the asana means posture and while we are doing this asana out whole body is bending like a bow and our arm are the string of this bow and completely resembles like a bow.
Steps for Dhanurasana (The Bow Pose):
To start this asana, lie down on your stomach and keep your feet little apart. Place your arm new to your body sideways.
Now slowly bend your keens and grab your ankles with the help of your hands.
Breathe in and pull your legs and try to up your chest from the floor. Your head should be in upward position facing to the roof. You should stretch your body as your body is allowed.
Hold in this position at least for 20 to 30 seconds. Breathe normally while holding in this position.
To come back from this position, try to bring down your chest and leg slowly to the ground and release your leg and relax. After that you can repeat this asana again.
Benefits of Dhanurasana (The Bow Pose):
Dhanurasana has lots of health advantages, some of the health advantages of dhanurasana are improving blood circulation, boost digestive system, strengthen the spine, leg, shoulder, and neck and arm muscles. It also reduces the stress and anxiety.
Halasana (The Plow Pose)
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Steps for Halasana ( The Plow Pose):
To start this asana lie down on your back on the yoga mat and your palm should place nearer to your body facing downward.
Try to use your abdomen strength and lift your legs and rising vertically 90 degree angle and allow your legs to go over the head until, it touch the floor.
Hold in this position for 20 to 30 seconds and breathe normally while doing this.
To come back from this position, bend your knees a little bit and bring your legs to the starting position.
Benefits of Halasana (The Plow Pose):
Health benefits of halasana include strengthening the neck , shoulder, back and abs muscles, calms the nervous systems, reduce stress and relief from menopause, stimulate the thyroid glands and strengthen the immune system, improve the glow of the skin.