30 Min Yoga for Beginners at Home | Back Strengthening YOGA Practice Sequence for Everyone

Daily yoga for Beginners at home. This Back Strengthening Sequence helpful for everyone.
practice for new practitioner or beginner to strengthen the core, back and neck; and mobilize the hips & shoulders.
Here is a follow along yoga video with Indea Yoga’s founder, Bharath Shetty, which can help you to release stiffnesses and pains from the body. It not only works on physical stiffness but also on respiration, strengthening the nervous system, releasing emotional tensions from the body, making your life easier and happier.

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~ This sequence is for you if:
If you are a beginner in yoga and looking for the correct way of practicing yoga for healthy body and mind.
If you want to release the stiffness or pain from the neck, back, or shoulders.
If you are new to yoga but want to work on losing some kilos (yoga for weight loss).
If you are looking to build up your yoga practice from the scratch.
If you are tired of back pains and our looking for alternate ways to heal and cure it.
If you have digestion related issues and wish to get relief.

~ What to expect from this sequence and how to prepare?
– The Indea Yoga legacy sequence is going to help you to inculcate strength in the body and eventually the mind. These easy yoga exercises release the stiffness from the muscles, giving you more mobility for day to day activities. Not just that, this sequence also aims to make the breath smoother, and ease the flow of thoughts, but that’s only with a regular and consistent practice.
– When you try this sequence, make sure you are on an empty stomach, in a spacious room, comfortable clothes, and an empty mind.
– If you are practicing Yoga for the first time, do not aim at doing everything in the first go. Give yourself the time to get used to the sequence and gradually build the count. It is also advised to do the part 1 of this series first. It is the most simple and best yoga to relieve stress.
– Ensure to breathe naturally at all times unless otherwise specified.

Remember, when we work strongly and consistently – we grow.
All the best, and let us know in comments how you felt after completing the practice.

Wellbeing is our birthright.
But for a decade now, with the advent of disposable luxury and the internet, we have allowed ourselves to get over-consumed by our environment. This has led to our downfall. And mind you, this downfall is not just back pain or migraine, it is now minutely interacting with and affecting our sleeping pattern, our thinking pattern, our relationships, our emotional state, and even our consciousness (if anything of that still remains).

If you really want to come out of this weird type of living, you will need to make some fundamental ‘lifestyle’ modifications in the way you see or do things. If you are persistent and dedicated in improving your living, those modifications that you make will slowly and steadily creep into all aspects of life and bring about a positive holistic change in your being. It is challenging, and you will lose hope on the way, but remember your purpose of coming here to practice, and you will be just fine.
For that, learn right, practice consistently, find your way to happiness.

Transcription from video.

(00:40) Vyagra swasha (cat and camel) – Releases stiffness from upper back shoulder and shoulder blade, reduces hunchback.
(02:40) Shashankasana relaxation – builds a rich circulation to the heck and neck region.
(03:03) Bhujangasana breathing – Powerful asana to release stiffness from hip back and shoulder. Also works on sciatica.
(05:00) Shalabhasana breathing – Releases stiffness from hips, thighs, reduces cramps from calf muscles and feet. Works on improving lower back pain and sciatica. Builds a solid work on entire back muscles – can also help correct kyphosis.
(09:15) Makarasana resting
(9:33) Dhanurasana breathing – Strong work on the abdomen/naval region and helps improve conditions like constipation, indigestion, Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), fatty liver, etc. Moreover, it helps in correcting hunchback.
(11:40) Urdhva prasarita padasana (Leg raise) – Activates quadriceps, hamstrings, as well as lower abdomen muscles.
(13:40) Setu bandhasana (bridge pose) – very helpful for thyroid and thyroid related problems, works on the length of the spine, also helpful to release any kind of back stiffness. Not just that, it also strengthen the legs, and is one of the powerful asana to practice during pregnancy.
(15:55) Pavanmuktasana (wind releasing pose) – Improves mobility of the ankle, knees, hip, shoulder, & shoulder blade. And as the name suggests, it helps in clearing out any blocked air from the upper as well as lower GI tract (gastro intestinal).
(20:32) Jataraparivartanasana stretch – twist to release stress from lower back, hip, and waist.
(21:31) Savasana relaxation.

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