Yoga can improve the health of your heart. Invigorating the heart by yoga is a mindful endeavor that requires mindfulness and awareness.
The health of our hearts is harmed by neglect and insufficient awareness. In order to begin the path towards a more healthy heart, it’s essential to have a calm and relaxed mind and an inner peace.
The causes of anxiety, depression, unbalanced diet, insufficient nutrition and unbalanced lifestyles must be removed from our life. Yoga as an holistic health practice can be a very effective instrument that promotes physical, mental and spiritual well-being.
Himalayan Siddhaa Akshar, yoga Guru, the creator of Akshar Yoga Kendraa says, “Before engaging in the heart-building yoga postures (asanas) it’s essential to get your body ready. Sukshma Vyayam gentle exercises are a great warm-up routine that will prepare your body to perform the next asanas. Pick any five postures from the list below, and make sure to hold each position for 15-30 seconds.”
Thunderbolt Pose Start by kneeling and sitting your pelvis on the heels.
Place your hands on your knees, keeping your palms facing up.
Waste Evacuation Pose Squat and place your palms to your chest.
Use your elbows gently pull your thighs upwards.
Plank Pose: Place your body in a stomach position. Set your palms under your shoulders. Then, lift your pelvis, upper body, and knees off of the floor.
Downward Dog Pose: Begin on all fours and make sure that your palms are below your shoulders and your knees are under your hips.
Move your hips up, then straighten your knees as well as your elbows to form an inverted “V” shape.
Cobra Pose: Lie flat on your stomach. Place your palms underneath your shoulders.
Inhale deep, hold the breath (Kumbakh) and then raise your head, chest and shoulders. Keep your navel down.
Tree Pose Begins in Samasthiti. Put your left foot onto your left thigh and find your balance.
Make sure you join your hands to Pranam Mudra at your heart chakra.
Mountain Pose: Stand tall with your feet aligned and weight evenly distributed over both feet.
Hold your hands at them by.
Equal Angle Pose Start in Samasthiti.
Slowly tilt your upper body to the side at your pelvis.
lower your body so that it is parallel with the ground, then raise your arms to the side.