Yoga Poses - Ojas Yoga

Table Of Contents:

1.    Introduction about yoga and its benefits on stress

2.    Why yoga?

3.    Three yoga poses:



Viparita Karani

4.    Points to remember

5.    Closure thoughts


As humans, we tend to experience many stress-related issues in our day-to-day life, which is common in many teenagers too. Unfortunately, it has become part of many individuals’ lifestyles, but it is unhealthy to appreciate.

There are plenty of ways to reduce them by implementing activities that support hormone levels and release relaxing status. Activities include taking a trip, watching movies in theatres or joining supportive activities like yoga.

But why yoga?

Yoga not only aids in making your posture straight or cutting down weight and is also profoundly responsible for reducing stress. Poses include Balasana, which calms your mind and focuses on the healing part (for the stress). Here are the top 5 reasons why yoga is better than a gym for stress relief to all who think the gym is better than yoga.

Yoga Poses for Stress-Relief:

Let’s take a deep dive into the 3 essential poses for stress-relief that primarily focus on beginners; 

Pose 1: Balasana (Child’s Pose)

Balasana (Child’s Pose)
Balasana (Child’s Pose)

Balasana, or the child’s pose, is easy to perform and gives effective results. It makes your body relax while tucking the body inwardly.

Even it can be done by children, too, focusing on the breathing part and allowing the body to enjoy doing this pose. There is a purpose in naming this pose as a child’s pose, as children love tucking their bodies and sleeping like this.

This pose not only focuses on the mind category but also opens up the hip, ankle and thigh area. So relax and perform a Balasana to kick the stress out.

Pose 2: Savasana (Corpse Pose)

Savasana (Corpse Pose)
Savasana (Corpse Pose)

When stressed, it’s common to feel like doing nothing; even if something is set to be done, that task will not provide you with the result you hoped for.

That is why Savasana, also known as the corpse pose, helps make the stress disappear with a simple pose. Lying down on the floor would be enjoyed by anyone, so why not as a pose?

This simple yet effective yoga pose is specially made to calm your mind and focus on the happy part.

It gives a space in the mind and allows the release of tension. Practice this savasana for five minutes daily to relax the body and mind.

Pose 3: Viparita Karani (Legs Up On The Wall)

Viparita Karani (Legs Up On The Wall)
Viparita Karani (Legs Up On The Wall)

Raise your hand if you haven’t tried this at least once in your lifetime!!

Viparita Karani, also known as the legs up on the wall, is an effective stress reliever. If you are lying on the floor, try lying down like this to calm the nerves and focus.

It focuses on relaxing the mind and other areas, like reducing swelling in the feet, ankles, and knees. In addition, this yoga pose focuses on the entire body; it increases blood circulation in the upper body. Sit close to the wall, and enjoy it for at least 2 minutes.

Points to remember;

  • It’s challenging to drop stress by doing it once or twice; practice this day-to-day to get the desired result.
  • Make this a daily habit for 15 minutes.
  • Try enjoying it while doing it because your mind knows the trick, whether you’re doing it for the sake of or purposefully performing.
  • Once you ace the poses, try adding a few other poses.

Bottom Line

It seems impossible to throw away the stress, but it can be done with proper measures.

Rapidly grow the flow of doing, and the results will be visible soon enough to catch. Then, as you continue to practice, you can see through the symptoms of healing the stress and drop down your baggage once and for all.

These above are the simple yoga poses structured for ‘’anyone’’. Try keeping your mind stable as much as possible, enjoy every moment, and make positive habits for life growth.

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