International Yoga Day 2022: 5 Yoga Asanas You Should Perform Daily
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International Yoga Day 2022: 5 Yoga Asanas You Should Perform Daily

Today is the International Yoga Day of 2022, and people across the world are celebrating the day. But have you wondered why we celebrate these International Days or why it is even important to remind ourselves of such International events? Well, the major reason behind celebrating them is to remind humans of the important aspects of life and history. The main motive is to make people aware of the “issues of concern” to “address the global problems”.

So, celebrating today’s International Day of Yoga will remind you about how much significance it has in life. Yoga is an ancient practice of relaxing the mind and training the body with specific body movements, postures, breathing styles, and meditation which originated in India. And please make yoga a regular practice for you to perform in the early morning every day. Just do not give your concern or importance to yoga just for today and register it in your daily routine.

International Yoga Day 2022

Now for your daily practice, we are going to make you familiar with the best 5 yoga asanas that you can perform anywhere, at home or workplace with ease. Practising these five asanas will not only provide you with peace of mind but will also decrease the intensity of body aches.

Here Are The Five Yoga Asanas For You To Perform Daily:

Sitting Tadasana

Sitting Tadasana

Readers this is the easiest Asana you can perform, you will just need a chair to do it. This asana improves body postures, helps in decreasing sciatic pain, tones your major muscles, and boosts blood circulation. The hips, back and legs are the body parts that get majorly affected by performing this asana.

How To Perform?

Lift your hand, elbows should be close to your ears, and try to extend your hands upwards as much as possible. Maintain a perfect posture while performing this yoga asana by keeping your hips and back in a straight line.

Asana For Fingers and Wrists

Asana For Fingers and Wrists

This asana is specially designed to relax your hands, fingers and wrists after working for too long.

How To Perform?

Just stretch your wrist in an anti-clockwise direction, then try to extend your arms with inward and outward force, this will ease the tension of muscles.

Cat-Cow

Cat-Cow

This asana will be focused on easing the pressure on your back and neck because these body parts are easily affected by sitting on a chair for too long. The ‘ Seated Cat Cow’ asana reduces the stress of working too long by sitting on a chair for your back and neck.

How To Perform?

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Just place your hands on your thighs, look straight just parallel to the ground which will feel like a squatting position, and make sure your back is straight without any support. Now while focusing on breathing, inhale and go back to normal position and while exhaling comes back to yoga Pose.

Chair Pigeon

Chair Pigeon

Working in an office for too long provides us the benefit of salary but with stress, the tension in spine area and imbalanced body posture. So, here comes the benefit of the Chair Pigeon pose.

How To Perform?

To perform this asana, put your left ankle on the right knee, make sure of the straight line and take 8-10 deep breaths, then return to normal position and repeat with the other ankle, and knee.

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Chair Savasana

Chair Savasana

Of Course, this position will help you relax the stress of working on a chair for too long which puts in danger your spine area.

How To Perform?

Back straight, hands-on thighs, eyes closed and start deep breathing for a few seconds.

Rishabh Sharma

Rishabh is an experienced content writer and editor, he is working for Viralbake to cover a diversified range of categories. His articles mainly focus on providing information, being a travel guide, educating others, and also making people aware of technology, after all, he is a technophile. When not writing he can be found gaming, watching movies, and travelling.

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