Regular yoga practice in general irrespective of pose will make you look younger over a period of time.
While it is true that age is just a number, sometimes this number will rise every year can make you feel stressed, mentally as well as physically!
With stiff limbs, body aches and fine lines begin to appear, it’s time to consider the fact that perhaps this number is beginning to affect your life.
Practicing anti aging asanas is one way to keep your body healthy and fit, to keep you flexible and fit, and to keep those fine lines and wrinkles away.
Remember, if you are trying these out for a long time, or if you are doing it for the first time, it is really important that you respect your body and listen to it.
Do not overdo it, and if you are feeling uncomfortable or uncomfortable, stop immediately.
Yoga for Anti Aging. Learn it from yoga expert here.
Exercise 1. Breathing:
One of the first steps to make sure all of your yoga poses and exercises are going correct and working for your body is to understand how to breathe while you perform these exercises.
You may feel yourself worked out as you perform these exercises, it is very important that you breathe slowly and calmly, unless exercise requires rapid breathing.
- Breathe at a relaxed pace. Breathe deeply, the intake of air to fill your lungs and expand your body.
- When you exhale, breathe the air out of your body and stretch your muscles.
- Work on this first and the rest of the exercises will only get simpler and simpler.
- Stand with your feet together, fingers forward and knees slightly bent. Relax your arms at your sides, palms facing inwards.
- Lift your chest and roll your shoulders back and down again. Hold on and breathe deeply for some time.
- Inhale and raise your arms to the sides, palms up and make them go over your head.
- Exhale, bend forward with your hips, trying to keep your knees as straight as possible without getting hurt, extend your arms in front and make them reach down to touch your toes or on the floor. Hold for 15 seconds.
- Inhale and climb back, bringing your arms above your head.
- Exhale and lower your arms to the sides.
- Repeat this procedure 2-3 times.
This is great for warming your muscles and joints.
No matter what routine you follow, this is a warm up ideal and you should never skip the warm up!
3. upright posture:
This simple exercise is a great way to improve your posture and make your limbs flexible and more elastic.
- Stay on the floor with your feet attached, or if it seems difficult, then keep your feet at a hip width apart and hands on the sides, with your palms facing inward towards your legs.
- Keep the soles of your feet firmly on the floor and shift your body weight forward, back and to the sides, and then back to the center.
- Your ankles, hips and shoulders should be in a perfect line and move your chin slightly to make it on the same line as well.
- Do not stress your muscles. Just make sure the body weight is balanced throughout. If you feel that you are downcast, straighten up without the excessive tension.
My gratitude to Ms.Mlada Davindenko for her valuable tips.