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Saturday, 10 June 2017

Veerabhadrasana Indispensable Standing, Strengthening, Stretching Pose

The yoga world is a treasure of immense yoga miracle. This pose has to do a lot with standing, strengthening, stretching with a bit of balancing for the body revitalization. The name convention carries a lot of significance to the Sanskrit breakup of Veerabhadra into Veera - vigorous, that means warrior, Posture. This is categorized into standing pose. In fact, there are three types of Warrior balancing poses viz Warrior1, 2 and 3 each type is focused on its typical yoga benefits and relaxation.

This is a brief on specific standing pose namely Warrior 1.The first thing, we must go deeper into exploring the core benefits this yoga pose holds for you. Warrior Pose comes handy with tremendous benefits affecting complete body as it opens yours hips, chest and lungs.
  •  Veerabhadrasana perfect the posture providing immense balance and stability
  • The light affects of this pose yoga benefits can be visible in the form of good blood circulation and improved respiration.
  • The yoga exercise in the form of indispensable Warrior pose offer thorough stretch of your arms, legs, neck, belly, groins and ankles while strengthening shoulders, back, thighs, calves.
  • The best part of this posture goes into alleviating your back pain and stiffness.

How to do Veerabhadrasana(Warrior1)
  • Go to a standing position on the mat Place the right foot back, spreading the feet to about 3 to 3.5 feet apart.
  • Now, bend your right knee and keep the shin vertical. After this you have to lower the pelvis so the left thigh becomes parallel to the floor.
  • Raise your both arms upward.
  •  Keep this pose for a minimum 10t to 12 breaths.

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