Tadasana (Mountain Pose)
The Sanskrit word “tada” signifies being tall like a palm tree and from this word Tadasana gets its name. To do this asana, stand straight on the floor keeping your legs straight, waist in a straight line and your neck in a straight line. Then, slowly push off your toes. Release slowly after a while and repeat five times daily.
The practice of Surya Namaskar gives quick relief to the joints and muscles. If done regularly, it increases the flexibility of the spine and allows you to grow a few inches. However, the pace of physical development varies from person to person and is influenced by a variety of factors. Surya Namaskar should be done in the morning and evening for maximum benefits.
Paschimottanasana (Seated Forward Bend)
Paschimottanasana is fantastic for your whole system because it provides much-needed stretch and flexibility to your entire body – including your hamstrings. It’s also helpful if you want to be tall. Additionally, it enhances digestion and combats obesity.
Trikonasana (Triangle Pose)
Trikonasana, as its name suggests, is in the shape of a triangle. Trikonasana strengthens your body systems and stretches your muscles without putting too much pressure on your joints. Additionally, it is fantastic for treating neck discomfort, flat feet and full body tension.
Bhujangasana (cobra pose)
Bhujangasana, one of the most popular asanas, strengthens your core, upper back and lower back muscles. Additionally, it reduces belly fat and gives your torso a firmer, more toned look. Additionally, it makes you taller and provides more flexibility to your body.
Sarvanga Asana (Shoulder Stance)
One of the yoga asanas which is also known as the “miracle pose” is Sarvangasana. It can be achieved with some gradual practice and the difficulty level is moderate. Inverted asana has been reported to improve various conditions including glaucoma, thyroid, blood pressure, skin and hair.