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Yoga asanas and their benefits...

Yoga asanas and their benefits:

1. Bridge - Bandha Sarvangasana

2. Downward Dog - Adho Mukha Svanasana

3. Child Pose - Balasana

4. Easy Pose - Sukhasana

5. Triangle - Trikonasana

1. Bridge - Bandha Sarvangasana

 This Asana is great for the full-body, it helps to detoxify the body. It is a little bit harder to see but it is very easy asana who is a beginner in yoga.
While doing Bandha Sarvangasana helps to the circulation of blood in the body and it very beneficial for both the neck and throat.


1. Helps in removing symptoms of menopause

2. Helps in controlling blood pressure

3. Reduces the problem of obesity

4. Improves Digestion system

2. Downward Dog - Adho mukha svanasana

 Downward Dog is an energetic exercise for the entire body. It helps to deeply stretch your arches, hands, shoulders, and spin.

 This helps to relieve headaches, fatigue, insomnia, and mild depression. While doing regular this pose can improve Digestion, relieve back pain, and help to prevent osteoporosis.


1. Strengthen the arms and legs

2. Helps to prevent osteoporosis

3. Improves digestion

4. Relieves headache, back pain

5. Therapeutic for high blood pressure.

3. Chid Pose - Balasana

Balasana is a common beginner's yoga pose. It helps to stretch the thighs, hips, and ankles while reducing stress.
It allows for a deeper opening of the back of the torso as the lungs expand behind the body.
Child pose as Balasana helps to restore balance and equanimity in your body.


1. Helps indigestion

2. Relieve tension in the chest, back, and shoulders

3. Calms the mind

4. Helps relieve stress and anxiety

5. Stretches the legs, ankles thighs, hips, and knees.

4. Easy pose - Sukhasana

Easy pose is good for meditation, pranayama, and beginners in yoga. this pose helps to warm up your body to prepare the body for more intense yoga poses. It is a comfortable cross-legged, seated position, and one of the most basic poses used in yoga.


1. Meditation

2. Improve flexibility

3. Opening your hips

4. Reducing fatigue

5. Strengthening your back

5. Triangle - Trikonasana

 Trikonasana is also known as a triangle pose. It is a standing asana in Exercise.
First, you have to do some warm-up exercise of the whole body before this asana.


1. Improve digestion

2. Helps relieve stress

3. Stretches and strengthens the thighs, knees, and ankles.

4. Stimulates the abdominal organs

5. Relieve backache

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