Yoga Postures to Start the Day with Energy

How much time do you use in the morning to relax before starting your activities?

a year ago

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We live in a society with a lot of stress and many worries. How much time do you use in the morning to relax before starting your activities? Very few people try to connect their body and mind to start the day with a positive attitude.

Yoga is a wonderful activity that allows you to connect with your spirit and your body so that you have more energy during the day. It is for this reason we want to introduce you to some basic postures that you can do when you wake up to stretch your body and relax your mind. Let's get started!

Lotus pose – Padmasana

The lotus position is ideal to meditate a few minutes after waking up. There are several levels of difficulty to do this yoga position, highlighting that, if you do not have much flexibility, you should start with the simplest. On the other hand, you can use 10 or 15 minutes to meditate depending on your availability.

Child's Pose – Balasana

The child's pose is a very popular yoga pose due to its benefits. By doing it, you eliminate the tension in your back and legs. It has also been shown to help improve the functioning of your digestive system. You can do this position after meditating or after doing physical activity.

Sphinx Pose – Salamba Bhujangasana

Do you have back pain? If the answer is yes, this yoga posture can help you since it is very easy to do, and you do not need much experience. You must place yourself in a position similar to an Egyptian sphinx, and that is where its name comes from. It will help you release tension from your entire spine.

Warrior Pose - Virabhadrasana

The warrior stance has several parts that increase in difficulty. The purpose of these postures is to get your body and mind in balance and work together. It also helps you stretch your legs, strengthen your hips and start the day with more energy.

Erick Da Silva

Published a year ago