Yoga Poses For Posture: Time To Straighten Up

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Yoga Poses For Posture: Time To Straighten Up:

Sitting at a desk or computer all day is more affected by your eyes. It affects your posture, metabolism, risk of anxiety or depression and can lead to obesity, to name a few. . .

Poor posture can lead to serious problems, such as back pain, heart problems, digestive problems, and ultimately changes in the curvature of the spinal cord itself, which can lead to a whole new level of back pain.

And these are just the physical effects of sitting! Studies show that tilting can change the way you look, affect your mood, such as depression, and make you feel heavier because your limbs have no choice but to go down.

Yoga is a great way to combat the negative effects of sitting at a desk all day and other things that help with bad posture. Heart openers are a category of yoga poses that rotate the back and shoulders, often resulting in more sitting.

Have you ever looked around and seen how many people are standing? Whether our proper posture is due to all the time spent on the computer, or if it is simply our nature to keep us safe, a few postures can quickly elevate you. If you are new to yoga practice and don’t know where to start, learn more about poses by completing this free 30 day yoga challenge. This will help you to increase your strength, so that you can stand taller!

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Why currency is so important.

Having a good currency is more than good. It helps you build strength, flexibility and balance in your body. All of this can lead to less muscle pain and more energy throughout the day. Proper posture also reduces the pressure on your muscles and ligaments, which can reduce your risk of injury.

Improving your posture also helps you learn more about your muscles, which makes it easier to adjust your posture. As you work through your posture and become more aware of your body, you may notice some areas of imbalance or tightness that you may not have been aware of before.




This yoga back bending or bowing exercise increases and regains the strength and flexibility of the spine. Dhanurasana has the potential to improve currency while working from home as we lean against our laptop and computer system while working extended hours during Quaid-e-Azam 19 quarantine. This exercise helps to bounce back on healthy notes and maintain good currency.

You may already know that prolonged bad posture can lead to phrase alignment, pain and nerve building. But you may be surprised to learn that it can also cause poor digestion, poor circulation, fatigue, shortness of breath, poor heart health, grinding teeth and affecting your mood. In addition to the obvious symptoms of bad posture, all of the above can be the result of incorrect compression and contraction with your spine.


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Tree pose

Tree Pose – Varkasna

Tree pose forces you to use the right currency for balance. Ground your left foot and make sure your shoulders are attached to your hips and your spine is long. Lift your right foot and press the sole of your foot against your left inner thigh.

Now move your body upwards to make sure you are standing tall. Place your hands in the middle of your heart or towards the sky. Hint: Lift the crown of your head towards the sky and place your shoulders under your back.



Heart bench:

Also known as Yin Yoga Supported Fish Pose, this pose feels amazing – especially before bed, or after a long car ride. At the same time comfortable and dynamic, once you are able to get in and out of this auxiliary currency, you will not want to get out of it.

For this pose, you will need two yoga blocks.

Set both blocks to “T” at medium height (for further support you can also set the top block at the highest height).

The longer part of the “T” will rest between your shoulder blades and the top block of the “T” will hold your head.

Lying on the blocks, the chest should be open but no pain, so play where the long block sits on your back to find this ‘sweet spot’.

Relax your whole body and pull your shoulders away from your ears as you place the palms of your hands above your sides.

Stay for 3-5 minutes



Baby pose:

This relaxed pose stretches and lengthens your spine, gills and hamstrings. Baby pose helps relieve tension in your lower back and neck.

to do so:

Sit with your knees on your shin bones, your big toes touching, and your heels spread to one side.

Lean forward on your hips and place your hands in front of you

Sink your hips back down to your feet. If your thighs do not go down completely, place a pillow or folded blanket under them for support.

Gently place your forehead on the floor or tilt your head to one side.

Keep your arms long or rest them with your body.

Take deep breaths in your rib cage and back.

Take a deep breath and rest for 5 minutes in this pose.



Cow face weapon

Cow face pose, or gymkhana, can be done at any time, even while sitting at your desk! This is a wonderful stretch that you can do every day in the office or even while you are sitting on the sofa.

Cow face pose

If sitting on a chair, lower both feet. If sitting on the floor, find a comfortable sitting position.

Raise your right arm to the sky, then bend your elbow and bring your right finger under your back.

Wrap the left arm behind your back, pointing to the right with the left fingers.

Keep your hands close to each other. If they touch, let the right finger touch the left.

Can’t touch yet? No worries! Hold the yoga strap (or belt, scarf, etc.) between both hands.

Pull the elbows backward and lift the chest. Breathe!

Hold for 5 breaths and switch sides, lift the left arm above the head and wrap the right arm around and behind.