Yoga for weight-loss for Beginners

Earlier yoga was considered spiritual but now yoga is also a part of a healthy person’s life 

Yoga is a process that makes our body relax and energetic. It connects to our minds and gives us positive vibes. 

Yoga makes our bodies fit and healthy. It helps to maintain our body in a very perfect way. 

We can say that yoga is like giving nutrition to our bodies. 

Is yoga for weight loss 

Practice makes a man perfect. If you do yoga on daily basis, it definitely helps you in weight loss. Yoga is not only for weight loss, but it also improves our muscles ’ strength and maintains our body weight. 

If you do every Aasans in the right way, you can lose weight easily. 

Yoga is very effective in losing all kinds of weight including abdominal fat. 

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Aasans for weight loss  

1. Tiryaka Tadasana or standing side bend pose  

1 step:  standing comfortably with a little bit of gap between both feet. 

2 step: spread both your hands and bring them upwards. 

3 step:  interlock both your hands with fingers and put your palms on your head. 

4 step: bend your body to the right side by stretching your opposite site. 

5 step: come in the center before bending another side and repeat. 

Note initially do slow and then do fast (25-50 times).  

1. Tiryaka Tadasana or standing side bend pose  

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2. Trikonasana or triangle pose 

 1 step: stand up straight and spread both arms 

2 step: spread both legs and then bend your body on the right side by moving your leg a little. 

3 step: repeat this same on another side 

Note initially do slow and then do fast (25-50 times). 

2. Trikonasana or triangle pose 

3. Konasana or  angle pose  

1step: stand up straight and spread your legs. 

2step:  spread your arm. 

3 step: touch your left toe with your right hand keeping your left hand straight up. 

4 step: repeat it same with another side. 

Note initially do slow and then do fast (25-50 times). 

3. Konasana or  angle pose  

4. Chakki asana  

1 step: sit down and open your legs to the front with no gap. 

2 step: place both your hands in front and joint your palms and hold the fingers together. 

3 step:  swing your hands over your feet while leaning forward, 

4 steps: leaning backward coming back and repeat. 

Note: your knee should be straight while doing this. 

Initially do slow and they do fast ( 25-50 times). 

4. Chakki asana  

5. Sthit konasana 

1step:  sit down and open your legs in front and spread them. 

2 step: spread your both hand straight, 

3 step:  touch your left toe with your right hand, come back and touch your right toe with your left hand. 

Note: your knee should be straight while doing this. 

Initially do slow and then do fast (25-5- times). 

5. Sthit konasana 

1 step: sit down and open your legs to the front. 

2 step: take both your hands upward and go straight, 

3 step:  bend all the way down and touch your toe with your hands and your hand with your knees. 

4 step: come back with upwards your hands straight and lean down back and repeat it. 

Note: your knee should be straight while doing this. 

Initially do slow and then do fast (25-50 times). 

  7. Ardh hala asana 

1 step: lie straight on the mat. 

2 step: raise both your legs together then bring it down and repeat. 

Note: your knee should be straight while doing this. 

Initially do slow and then do fast (25-50 times). 

  7. Ardh hala asana 

8. Paad vritasana 

1step:  lie straight on the mat. 

2 step: raise the right leg half and turn it round in anticlockwise and bring it down and do the same with the left leg. 

Note:  initially do slow and then do fast(25-50 times each leg). 

8. Paad vritasana 

9. Dvi chakra aasana  

1 step: lie straight on the mat. 

2 step: raise both your legs together and turn them around clockwise. 

Note: initially do slow and then do fast (25-5- times). 

10. Bhujangasana  

1 step: lie face down on the ground. 

2 step: palm touches the ground, both hands towards chest and elbows raised. 

3 step: both knees joined and toes joined and raise the upper body upwards and hold for 5 sec and come back to the ground and repeat. 

4 step: do it 10-15 times. 

Note: when you raise your upper body, then the breath is to be inhaled and when you come back then the breath is to be exhaled. 

10. Bhujangasana  

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