Easy Yoga Positions for Beginners

Health Benefits Of Yoga

Get yourself started with some easy yoga positions for beginners. Next to Meditation, Yoga can be considered a good blood pressure exercise that can be done even for a few minutes daily. do for yourself to Lower High Blood Pressure.

We have included some of the best yoga asanas for beginners here, and will gradually add more.

Here is an important tip to get you started: Constantly focus on the breathing. Focused breathing during Yoga will give the benefits of pranayama. With every movement into a posture or yoga asana, take a breath in. With every movement out of a posture, you will breathe out. While holding a posture, you will focus on breathing deeply - both inhalation and exhalation. You may begin with yogic relaxation or savasana. This can even be done by itself and is an excellent way to reduce high blood pressure

    A Beginners Session

  • Sit comfortably with eyes closed
  • Keep your back straight
  • Arms and shoulders relaxed
  • Breathe in slowly and deeply to the count of 4
  • Hold the breathe to the count of 4
  • Breathe out to the count of 4
  • Do this 5 times

    Eye Exercise to lower blood pressure

  • Sit with a straight back
  • Keep your face relaxed
  • Keep your body still
  • Move only your eyes !
  • Breathe in gently and look to the left
  • Breathe out look straight ahead.
  • Breathe in gently look to the right
  • Breathe out straight ahead.
  • Do this very slowly
  • Repeat 10 times
  • Close your eyes and relax.

    Other Eye Exercise Variations

  • Looking up, to the centre and then down
  • Looking diagonally up to the left and down to the right.
  • Looking diagonally up to the right and down to the left.

Close your eyes and relax after each round.

Observe how your mind and body relaxes. Remain in this state for a few minutes.

Yoga Asanas can instantly lower high blood pressure. Even if you have had hypertension for a while now, you can still start practicing and see the difference in a week or two.

    Neck exercises to lower high blood pressure
  • Sit comfortably with a straight back
  • While breathing in, turn slowly and look over your left shoulder.
  • Hold the breath for a few seconds
  • Breathing out as you turn slowly to the centre.
  • Breathing in, turn your head to look over the right shoulder.
  • Breathing out, bring your head back to the centre.
  • Repeat upto 10 times

Yoga need not be difficult to start with. When the body gets stronger and lighter you will start enjoying the practice and wanting more !

Here is a very effective method to lower blood pressure. It is called the relaxation posture or savasan.

Lie down on your back, preferably on a yoga mat on the floor. Keep your feet apart and arms slightly away from the body. Palms facing upwards. Keep your eyes closed and begin to focus on the breathing. Breathing in for a few seconds and breathing out for a few seconds.

Gradually slow down the breathing. Observe the body relaxing and keep breathing very slowly. Let go of all the tensions, and let the body relax. Keep the mind constantly focused on the breathing. Continue for 10 minutes. With regular practice you may gradually increase the time to 10 minutes and then 20 minutes.

Come out of the relaxation very gradually. Begin to breath deeply and gently move your fingers and toes. Slowly turn over to your right side. After a few seconds you may gradually sit up.

I will be adding more easy yoga positions for beginners here. It is very possible with regular practice of Yoga to lower blood pressure. Even 15 minutes a day can help you get started.

Here you will receive guidance from Yoga Instructors with over 20 years of experience. We realize that experience does play an important role and we are happy to share our experience with you.

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