5 Easy Yoga Poses To Do On International Yoga Day 2020 With Family At Home: 21st June every year is celebrated as Yoga day worldwide. There is no doubt that Yoga plays an essential role in fitness and health. Not only in the physical aspect about it also keeps you mentally healthy. The only difference of the Yoga day that is celebrated this year is that it will be celebrated indoors with the motto “Yoga at Home, Yoga with Family” because of the coronavirus.
International Yoga Day 2020: 5 Easy Yoga Poses
The government has urged people to avoid public gatherings during this pandemic and also asked people to celebrate yoga day at home. So here are a few videos that can help you celebrate yoga day at home:
The vice-chairman of NITI Aayog, Rajiv Kumar, shared a video of him performing Suryanamsakar on Friday. Suryanamaskar, in a literal sense, means salutations to the sun is a sequence of yoga poses. This Yoga practice is an ancient technique that is usually performed in the morning. Rajiv Kumar added, “each poses in Suryanamaskar practices mindfulness, requiring me to be present at the moment – each pose flows into another, each moment into another.”
Most commonly known as the Mountain Pose. Union Human Resource Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’ shared a video in which he explained the correct way of practicing tadasana or the mountain pose. He added, “This simple pose is beneficial in posture correction and strengthening your thighs, knees & heels,” which shared by an animated video.
This pose is also known as the Lotus pose and is considered as advanced Yoga. This yoga pose helps in digestion and metabolism. This video was shared by the Rajasthan police, who wrote that it helps to remove the toxins from the blood and is highly recommended to the diabetes patients.
Rutuja Diwekar is an expert in nutrition and science, who shared a video explaining the beneficial yoga poses. In this video, she shared two asanas that help with bloating and getting rid of back pain and getting rid of cellulite, and these poses are called Trikonasana and Parshavkonasana.
This pose is also called a snake poses as it refers to a snake with its hood raised. This pose helps with a lot of things, including blood circulation, body posture, and strengthening. This yoga day, let us be indoors and celebrate it with the same energy!
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