Introduction to the common basic movements of Hatha Yoga

Introduction to the common basic movements of Hatha Yoga

Hatha Yoga means that the two forces of yin and yang are combined or combined to achieve balance.

Hatha Yoga is accompanied by deep breathing, oxygen is more absorbed into the body, energy is slowly gathered, muscle fatigue and soreness are recovered, and each posture has its unique medical effect, which is just right for the bodyProvides nourishment and lubrication, and at the same time makes the body rigid and soft, and achieves the best condition.

Hada Yoga can control people’s emotions and maintain good blood circulation by concentrating and relaxing the nervous system. The body continuously obtains all the nutrients needed in the circulating blood, reducing the incidence of diseases such as anemia.

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Down Arrow: Lie on your back with both arms on your body.

Inhale and lift your legs perpendicular to the ground.

Exhale, press your hands slightly to the ground, so that the front left side is away from the ground, while supporting your elbows on the ground, with your hands on both sides.

Keep your legs straight up and breathe naturally.

Lower your legs when replying, then slowly return to the ground, lower your body in a controlled manner, and return to the supine position.

  Efficacy: Replenish brain vitality and enhance thinking ability; promote normal adrenal secretion, eliminate irritability, excessive tension, insomnia and other symptoms; treat constipation, improve sexual control and health; often practice to prevent and cure colds

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Warrior second style: open wide, with toes forward, arms open parallel to the ground, palms down.

Inhale, right foot 90 degrees to the right, left foot slightly to the right.

Exhale and bend your right thigh parallel to the ground.

Eyes look in the direction of the right hand.

After reduction, repeat on the other side.

  Efficacy: Make the big and small leg muscles more elastic, eliminate leg cramps, and also benefit the hips and tibia.