International Yoga Day 2022: International Yoga Day is celebrated on June 21 every year to promote physical and mental health. On this day, we recommend practicing some easy at-home asanas to fight fatigue.
How to do a Chair pose
The Chair pose is one of the most common asanas practiced in yoga. It is also one of the most easily done poses. If you are feeling tired, this pose is a great way to fight fatigue and improve your circulation.
To do the Chair pose, position yourself on your knees with your hands behind your neck. Position your feet hip-width apart, so that your heels rest on the floor. Press your hips forward and hinge at the waist until you feel a stretch in your shoulders and chest. Hold for 30 seconds to 1 minute, then release.
One easy at-home asana to fight fatigue is the upward dog. To do this pose, sit with your legs bent and your heels touching your bum. grasp your ankles with your hands, and lift your torso up until you are in a standing position. Hold this pose for 30 seconds to 1 minute.
This asana is said to boost energy and improve circulation. It also helps to stretch the spine and reduce fatigue.
If you’re feeling a bit run down, try Child’s pose. This simple pose is easy to do at home and can help to relieve fatigue.
To do Child’s pose, sit with your legs bent in front of you, feet flat on the floor. Place your hands on your shins, fingers pointing forward. Allow your head and neck to rest on the tops of your thighs. If you find this pose too challenging, you can also place a pillow between your legs for support.
If you are feeling fatigue, there are several easy at-home asanas that you can do to fight it. One of the most popular is the downward dog pose. Downward dog is a simple pose that involves lying on your back on the ground with your feet flat on the floor and your hands resting on your hips.
To do this pose, first relax your muscles by slowly lowering your body until your forehead and shoulders are resting on the ground. Keep your spine straight and avoid letting your hips rise higher than your chest. Hold this position for about 30 seconds before slowly rising back to the starting position.
Another simple at-home asana that can help to fight fatigue is the cat-cow pose. In this pose, you will lie down on your stomach with both legs bent and both arms above your head. Then lift one leg up towards the sky and arch the back underneath it. Hold this position for about 30 seconds before lowering the leg back to the ground. Repeat the process with the other leg.
If you feel fatigue after doing any of these poses, simply take a few deep breaths and try again. Yoga is a great way to fight fatigue and stay energized all day long!
The first asana you should do on International Yoga Day is the Warrior I pose. This pose is helpful in fighting fatigue and restoring energy. To do this pose, sit with your legs extended in front of you, your feet together. Place your hands on your thighs, palms facing out. Flex your hips and lift your torso up towards the sky. Hold for a few seconds and then lower yourself back to the starting position.
Another easy asana to do on International yoga day is Child’s pose. To do this pose, lie flat on your back with both knees bent and feet flat on the floor. Place your hands at your sides, palms down. Push your hips upward until you are in a seated position. Stay here for several breaths and then slowly lower yourself back to the starting position.
If you’re feeling fatigued, try resting in Savasana (corpse pose). To do this pose, lie flat on your back with both arms at your sides and legs straightened out. Close your eyes and take a few deep breaths before letting go of all stress and tension from your body.
Camel pose is one of the most popular asanas in yoga. It is a great way to start your day and fight fatigue.
To do camel pose, lie on your back with your legs bent and feet flat on the ground. Cross your ankles over your head, and lift your hips off the ground. Keep your spine straight and neck relaxed. Hold for 30 seconds to 1 minute.
Tree pose is one of the most basic and easy asanas to do at home to fight fatigue. This asana helps to stretch the neck, shoulders, hips, and thighs. It also tones the abdominal muscles and improves balance.
To do tree pose:
1. Sit with your legs bent in front of you, heels on the floor.
2. Place your hands behind your head, palms facing forward. Keep your back straight throughout the entire pose.
3. With an inhalation, lift your torso up towards the sky, and keep your spine elongated. Hold for a few seconds before lowering back down to the starting position. Repeat three times.
Savasana is one of the most effective at-home asanas for fighting fatigue.
Savasana is a Corpse pose that helps to calm the mind and relax the body. It can be performed in any position, but is best performed lying down with your feet flat on the floor and your palms resting on your thighs. Close your eyes and take a few deep breaths, then begin to relax your entire body. When you are comfortable, let go of all thoughts and allow yourself to drift off into a peaceful state.