Healthy Heart Yoga Poses: By doing yoga daily, the heart remains healthy. You can do these 5 yogasanas regularly to keep the heart healthy.
Healthy Heart Yoga Poses
The heart is such an organ that continues to work even after sleeping. It is necessary to take better care of it. But things like our lifestyle, eating habits and stress can increase the risk of heart related problems. In such a situation, yoga is one of the best ways to take care of your heart. Doing yoga daily keeps the heart healthy. You can do these 5 yogasanas regularly to keep the heart healthy.
- Stand straight on the mat with your legs wide apart. Now turn your left foot outwards and turn your right foot inwards slightly.
- Face forward and take a deep breath while raising your arms so that they form a T with your torso.
- Exhale and bring your left hand as close to your ankle as possible to your shin, while bending as far as you can, raise your right hand so that your fingers point towards the ceiling.
- Bring your torso parallel to the floor. The arms and chest should be in a straight line.
- Look at your right hand and take 2-3 deep breaths. Then repeat the same on the other side.
Do Paschimottanasana like this
- Sit comfortably on the mat and spread your legs in front of you.
- The toes should be forward and together.
- Move your hands upwards pointing towards the ceiling.
- Take a deep breath and lengthen your spine.
- As you exhale, bend forward to touch your toes with your hands.
- Your stomach should rest on your thighs and your nose should be between your knees. Stay in this position for a few seconds and then start back from there.
- Sit on the ground with your legs spread out in front of you.
- Bend your knees and then drop your right knee on the mat and bring the right foot closer to your left hip. Now bring your left ankle near your right foot.
- Raise your right hand upwards and then take it back and place your hand on the mat behind your hip.
- Now lift the right hand upwards and fold it down on the left thigh as you turn to the left.
- Turn your neck, waist and shoulders to the right to see your right shoulder. Keep your spine straight and breathe.
- Stay in this posture for a few seconds and then come back to the normal position. Repeat the same on the other side as well.
- Sit comfortably on the ground and bend your knees.
- Now place your right knee directly on top of your left knee. The feet should be as close to your buttocks as possible.
- Take your left hand back and bend your elbow. Try to raise your hand to the shoulders.
- Now move your right hand upwards, bend the elbow and try to connect the fingers of both the hands. Stay in this position for at least 30 seconds and then repeat the same on the other side.
- Lie on your back with your knees bent and feet on the ground.
- Your arms should be resting on the sides of your body, palms facing down.
- Press the feet into the floor, take a deep breath and slowly lift your hips and spine off the floor.
- Press your arms and shoulders on the ground to lift your chest. Try to connect your legs, buttocks to raise your hips. Stay in this position for 4-8 breaths and then come back to normal position.
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