Morning Yoga Pose That Will Wake You Up

If you want to establish a consistent yoga practice, one of the first steps is to find the time of day that best suits your needs and make sure you are on the mat at that time each day.

It doesn't matter what time it is, but it makes sense to adapt your practice to the rhythm of the day. For morning yoga, this means gently shaking off sleep and then cooling off for the next day.

Begin by lying on your back with your knees bent. You can hug your knees to your chest if it feels good.

Eye of the needle - Sucirandhrasana

The eye of the needle is a good way to gently stretch your hips in the morning. It's easy to control the intensity of the stretch by changing the position of your lower leg.

The gentlest option is to bend the knee of the lower leg, but keep the sole of the foot on the ground. If you want to go deeper from there, reach out, grab the back of your thigh, and start pulling it toward your chest.

This has the effect of opening the hips of the opposite leg. You can also fasten the front of the shin as shown here.

Lunge Pose

Step forward with your right foot, on the inside of your right hand, preparing for some lunge variations. Here is the choice of the yogi.

You can stay in a low lunge, working to bring your right thigh parallel to the floor and keep your left leg super strong. You can start straightening your right leg and lean forward on that leg.

You can lower your left knee to the mat for more anjaneyasana. You can even throw your hands in the air and get up into a high lunge. Make this choice by tuning in to your body's needs for this day. It may not necessarily be the same every day.

We hope you enjoy watching this video about routine of yoga

Source: Yoga with Kassandra


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