Charm yoga practice of Soho
Yoga can improve your health history and your life.
The following daily yoga practice is the best way to achieve this goal.
You can practice all the postures every morning before waking up or falling asleep in the evening, or adopt whatever you think is right for you.
Before you start, do 2 minutes of preparatory activities.
Do preliminary activities or stay in place.
During the exercise, each pose lasts 30-60 seconds.
Breathe slowly and deeply and feel the air entering your lungs.
Whole body fracture This posture acts on the energy center at the bottom of the body, the bottom end of the spine.
Action essentials: Sit on the ground, with your right leg extended forward, your left leg bent from pointing to just touch your right knee, your body slowly leaning forward, your head trying to lower down until your hands touch your right leg.
As long as you feel comfortable, you can try to move forward gradually.
Then change the left leg to complete the same action.
Physiological effects: This exercise fractures the sciatic nerve, spine and back.
Can help relieve muscle stiffness and pain.
It also acts on the adrenal glands, legs, bones and large intestine.
When this energy center is out of balance, your weight will easily increase, digestive problems will occur, and today people lose diarrhea and constipation.
Cat posture This posture acts on the energy center of the sacrum, the waist bone.
Essentials of movement: limbs, head down, hips and pointing in a line, shoulders and hands in a line, palms pressed down on the ground, and slowly arched.
Like a cat.
Hold on for a few seconds, then slowly raise your head and sink back.
Physiological effect: This action relaxes the lower spine, acts on the reproductive organs and helps ease dysmenorrhea.
It can also improve arthritis and speed up blood circulation.
Crossing your legs acts on the energy center of your chest.
That is to cross section below.
Action essentials: sit on the ground with your legs crossed, your back straight, your legs in a half lotus shape, and your palms on your knees.
Physiological effects: Coordinates metabolism and acts on the stomach, bladder, liver and nervous system.
The crossed legs and humerus act on the heart’s energy center, the ankle.
Action essentials: sit on the ground with your legs crossed, cross, with your hands on the left and right sides.
Physiological effect: It acts on the heart and blood circulation, and has certain effects on hypertension, irregular breathing and hypertension.
Pensive posture This posture acts on the energy center of the forehead.
Action essentials: sit on the ground, cross your legs.
Keep your hips straight, hands on top, and pinch your index finger and thumb into an O-shape.
Physiological effects: It acts on the lower brain, nervous system, nose, eyes, and also helps to treat headaches and neurological problems.
The inverted position acts on the energy center above the head.
Action essentials: do a handstand.
If this is too difficult for you, you don’t have to lift your feet.
Do not use this position during key periods.
Physiological effect: It acts on the upper part of the brain and pituitary gland, which helps to treat insomnia, reduce stress and calm over-excited nerves.
The relaxed position is the best way to end the exercise. Action essentials: Back straight, most easily on both sides of the body, exhale, forward axially to the whole body, forehead down until it hits the ground in front of it.
Hold this position for 6-10 seconds.
Physiological effects: This position fractures the spine, the base of the tail, the neck and the arms.
A great way to calm and relax.