10 Yoga Poses Promoting Good Health by Himalayan Siddhaa Akshar

To maintain a healthy, disease-free lifestyle, incorporate these daily yoga poses into your routine.

10 Yoga Poses for Good Health By Himalayan Siddhaa Akshar
10 Yoga Poses for Good Health By Himalayan Siddhaa Akshar

Our overall well-being, encompassing physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual aspects, constitutes our health, essential for a fulfilling life. This holistic approach, considering all these facets together, is crucial. Yoga, an ancient practice, serves as a sacred science nurturing our entire being. It promotes physical agility and mental alertness, fostering high energy levels and emotional balance throughout the day. By maintaining harmony among these elements, we attain good health, aligning with our highest aspirations. Discover how yoga practice enhances every dimension of our existence.

Here are ten asanas recommended by Himalayan Siddhaa Akshar, Founder of Akshar Yoga Institutions and Himalaya Yoga Ashrama, for holistic well-being:

1. Vasishtasana

Begin in Plank pose, then transition to lifting the left palm off while turning to the right side. Repeat on the other side.

2. Hastha Uttanasana – Raised-Arms Pose

Lift your hands upward, arching your head, neck, and upper back. Keep arms alongside ears and gaze upward.

Hastha Uttanasana – Raised-Arms Pose

3. Padahastasana – Standing Forward Bend Pose

Bend forward from a standing position, aiming to touch palms down or bending knees if needed.

4. Chaturanga Dandasana

From a plank, lower into a half-push-up, ensuring elbows touch ribs, maintaining a 90-degree angle. Hold for 10-15 seconds.

5. Adho Mukha Svanasana

Start on all fours, lift hips to form an inverted ‘V’, keeping wrists beneath shoulders. Hold for 8-10 breaths.

Adho Mukha Svanasana

6. Naukasana

Balance on sitting bones, lift upper and lower body, stretch arms forward, and tighten abdominal muscles. Hold while breathing normally.

7. Samakonasana

From Samasthithi, raise arms straight above, interlock fingers, tilt upper body forward gradually, maintaining straight legs with slight knee bend.

8. Paschimottanasana – Seated forward bend

Exhale and bend forward from a seated position, reaching for toes, ankles, or heels.

9. Baddha Konasana

Sit with soles of feet together, pull heels close to pelvis, press knees down, exhale and lean forward.

10. Utkatasana- Chair Pose

Start with arms raised, palms joined at heart chakra. Bend knees, lower pelvis, aligning ankles and knees. Keep spine straight.

In conclusion, prioritize altering dietary habits over strict dieting, focusing on healthy food choices rather than calorie counting. Increase intake of high-fiber foods for satiety and practice mindful eating to make conscious meal choices based on genuine hunger cues.