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Some Asanas to practice

Some basic asanas which you can do on international yoga day

Few asanas to try on International yoga day

Simple asanas for joints and muscles

Before you focus on mind, you need to prepare your body. For relaxing your muscles and joints you can try out some of the asanas below.

Poorna Titali Asana (Butterfly)

Skandha Chakra (shoulder socket rotation)

Chakra Padasana (leg rotation)

Hasta Uttanasana


You can find some of the asanas in the links (Sandhi Chetana, Prana Spandan & Sthryiam)

Surya Namaskar

The word Surya means sun, or life force, and Namaskar means becoming aware of it, or bowing down to it.  So this practice is about expanding the prana, or life force within, and becoming aware of it at the same time. The practice of Surya Namaskar stimulates and balances all systems of the body including the endocrine, cardiovascular, respiratory and digestive systems.

basic samyak kriya

Kriya means inner movement of consciousness, and Samyak means the state of being balanced so the practice of Samyak Kriya is about becoming aware and balancing this inner movement.

While asana starts with a focus on outer alignment, Samyak Kriya is the art of finding inner alignment.  It awakens the inner spirit.  This is done through linking the body, breath and mind by observing the movement of prana throughout the body.  

how to get best results

Practice to bring your mind to the present moment (mindfulness).

Practice being present

Focus on your breath. Go inwards and try to cut of your mind from distractions.

Go inwards