YOGA SESSION: If you are a heart patient then do Surya Namaskar with caution, know the right way to practice
If there is pain in the back, then you should do Padahastasana carefully. Heart patients should also take special precautions.
Yoga Session With Savita Yadav: Surya Namaskar is a full body exercise, which you can also do as a cardio workout. Before doing this it is important to know how much your body is ready for it. Practice Surya namaskar at Yoga Teacher Training in Rishikesh and master it.
If you are struggling with any kind of health problems, then it is important to take some precautions before doing this. Especially if you have problems related to heart, waist, stomach, then take special care.
Keep these things in mind, if you are a heart patient or you have trouble breathing, then it is important that you take some precautions before doing it
It is better that you do this only on the advice of the doctor. Apart from this, if you have pain in your back, then while doing Padahastasana, bend forward only up to 90 degree angle.
Those people who have the problem of hernia, those people should not bend too much backwards. It would be better if you do it under the supervision of a specialist and practice only after the advice of the doctor.
Begin with Sukshyamyam Sit on your mat in Padmasana or Ardhapadmasana and chant Om while making a meditative posture. Pay attention to your in and out breath and start subtle.
For this, you spread the feet forward on the mat and stretch the toes back and forth. Click on the video link below to watch in detail.
Do Surya Namaskar like this
Pranamasana: Stand straight on your mat and keep your waist straight and make a bowing posture with your hands. Close your eyes and take a deep breath.
Hasta Uttanasana: Now take both your hands above the head and bend backwards as much as possible.
Padahastasana: Now while exhaling, bend forward and try to touch the toes with your hands.
Ashwa Sanchalanasana: Now place the palms on the mat and take one leg backwards and while keeping the knee on the ground, stretch the other leg backwards. Watch the video here.
Dandasana: Keeping both your hands and feet in the same line, slowly bring them into the position of push-ups.
Ashtanga Namaskara: Now put both your palms, chest, knees and feet on the ground and stay in this position for some time.
Bhujangasana: Keeping both your palms on the ground, bring the waist down to the ground and bend the neck backwards.
Adho Mukha Svanasana: Keep your legs straight on the ground and keep your shoulders straight while lifting the hips upwards. Keep the face inward.
Ashwa Sanchalanasana: Take your other leg backwards and bend the other leg keeping the knee off the ground. Touch the ground with your palms and your eyes will be on the sky.
Padahastasana: Now bend forward and touch the toes with your hands. Try to keep the head close to the knees.
Hasta Uttanasana: Now standing in Pranamasana, raise your hands up and bend backwards.
Pranamasana: Now make a posture of Pranam, stand straight and look forward. In this way you can do many cycles.