One of the great things about yoga postures is that single poses have several variations to them, which permit both beginners and advanced yogis to practice at a level appropriate to their ability. Yoga postures, not just help stretch the back, but in fact there are also many effective poses to help strengthen it.
Yoga postures are best done either first thing as you wake up in the morning or last thing at night. If it is done early in the morning, then the mind and body will be re-energized, ready for the day. If it is done late at night, then it will assist in helping you get a good night’s sleep. However, it can really be done at any time that is suitable.
The many diverse poses ensure that every part of the body is worked and stretched for a complete and effective workout routine.
Many asanas or yoga postures apply pressure on a certain area of the body, restricting the blood flow to that area. When the Asana is relaxed, fresh blood rushes in to re-oxygenate the deprived area. This pattern of constraint and re-oxygenation adjusts the body over time to make the lungs more capable and the blood more oxygenated in daily life as well as in the studio.
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