Members have reached Dehradun for the Yoga Day program on 22nd June 2018 at the venue with glorious decorations.
Needless to add that personal health and well being are the essentials for an Organization’s growth. HR leadership goes deep in to the various issues of human relations, in keeping both the body and mind in a state of fitness. Ofcourse Yoga is among the most popular fitness routines. Let us now see some of the important yoga Asanas which are essential for keeping up our fitness and maintain the peace required both at body and mind levels.
1. Bhujangasana or Cobra Pose provides instant relief to the tired back
2. Parvatasana, Vajrasana and Eka Padasana followed by Pranayam helps in connecting the mind and body together.
3. Downward Dog – Adho Mukha Svanasana
This lengthens and decompresses the spine, stretches the hamstrings, strengthens your arms, flushes your brain with fresh oxygen and calms your mind.
4. Child Pose – Balasana
This is a resting pose useful to relieve neck, back and hip strain. While in the posture you should have slow are regulated breath; extended arms; resting hips and your forehead should be touching the mat. You can always return to this pose as at it is one of the most restorative and calming pose.
5. Easy Pose – Sukhasana
This is a great pose after a hectic day at work. Here, you just need to relax your body and mind. In this pose you are strengthening your legs, opening your chest and shoulders, movements which we usually don’t do throughout our day, but they are necessary for a good posture and peaceful mind. The effects out of this posture are tremendous: it strengthens the muscles of your knees and feet, it stretches your shoulders and spine, and it improves your focus.
It has the following benefits:
- Helps lose weight
- Helps strengthen muscles and joints
- Gives glowing skin
- Ensures a better functioning digestive
- Helps cope with insomnia
- Ensures regular menstrual cycle
- Brings down blood sugar levels
- Keeps anxiety at bay
7. Corpse – Savasanas
This is one of the most important postures. It is meant to rejuvenate your mind and body after practice while also allowing you to shift your attention to your inner-self. The benefits: lowering your blood pressure, calming you and giving your body the opportunity to absorb all of the benefits you worked out for.