5 Sitting Yoga Poses For Beginners

Sitting Yoga Poses For Beginners

One of the important things about yoga is maintaining stability and balance during exercise. This is particularly what beginners find hard about practicing yoga.

For them, sitting yoga poses can be very helpful. Because they are quite simple and easy, yet very beneficial for both physical and mental health. Let’s get introduced to the benefits that they offer to beginners!

1. Dandasana (Staff Pose)

Being the foundation of all other sitting yoga poses, staff pose is considered to be the sitting version of mountain pose.

If you practice this pose, it will strengthen your back muscles, improve your posture and body alignment, calm your brain cells, improves the functionality of your digestive organs, and stretch your shoulders and chest. Impressive, right?

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2. Sukhasana (Easy Pose)

The name says all about how the pose is supposed to be. But what it doesn’t tell you is the awesome changes it makes in your body and mind.

Easy pose opens your groins, hips, and thigh muscles. As you sit upright keeping your spine straight, it alleviates your anxiety and stress. This pose, in fact, is considered to be healing for mental health.

3. Virasana (Hero Pose)

Hero pose stretches your ankles, knees, and this. It also makes your arches stronger. Relieving gas, it improves your digestive system. It is also a great remedy if you have asthma or high blood pressure.

Hero pose is specifically helpful for women during their pregnancy. It reduces leg swelling when they are in the second trimester. Moreover, it also helps in assuaging the symptoms of menopause.

However, if you have an injury in your knees or ankles, or have heart problems, you should not practice this pose.

4. Paschimottanasana (Seated Forward Bend)

Don’t let this hard-to-pronounce pose frighten you. It is very easy to exercise and it has a bunch of benefits. First of all, it stretches your spine, hamstrings, and shoulders while stimulating your kidneys, liver, uterus, and ovaries at the same time! Secondly, it calms your brain, helps you with mild depression, and cures your stress.

Last but not least, it is very helpful for women suffering from menstrual discomfort or menopause symptoms.

5. Baddha Konasana (Bound Angle Pose)

Baddha Konasana pose stimulates your heart, ovaries and prostate gland, abdominal organs, kidneys, and bladder. It stretches your knees, groins, and inner thighs. This pose is remedial for infertility, flat feet, asthma, and high blood pressure. According to traditional yoga texts, this yoga pose destroys diseases and relieves fatigue.

However, Baddha Konasana is also soothing for sciatica, menstrual discomfort, and menopause symptoms. It is said that if pregnant women practice this pose regularly until it is late into their pregnancy period, it will ease the process of childbirth.

See? These sitting yoga poses have the most amazing benefits. They require little physical effort and are suitable for beginners. So, if you are planning to practice yoga and find the standing poses complex, you should start with these ones ASAP. Good luck!

Anna A. Cudney

This is Anna A. Cudney. I have created “Lean Mates” website to help people lose body weight. I have faced the problem of obesity and tried many things to re-shape my body. My goal of this website is to share my experience to help others lose their weight too.

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