Chaturanga dandasana is the best way to strengthen your core. As simple as it looks, its benefits are immense.
Toning your thighs and shoulders, as well as improving your concentration has become more accessible and interesting with the Warrior II pose.
The trikonasana helps to improve digestion as well as reduce the fat deposited in the belly & waist. It stimulates and improves blood circulation in the entire body.
Adho Mukha Svanasana tones your whole body with a little extra attention to specific muscles. It helps to strengthen your arms, thighs, hamstring and back.
Sarvangasana comes with multiple benefits, from increasing your strength to improving digestion. But it is known for boosting metabolism and balancing thyroid levels.
Yet another asana with multiple benefits is the Sethu Bandha Sarvangasana or Bridge pose. It is excellent for glutes, thyroid as well as weight loss.
The Parivrtta Utkatasana is also called the Yoga’s version of the squat. But you must know that it is a little more intense and tones the abdominal muscles, works the quads and glutes.
Dhanurasana helps massage the abdominal organs, improves digestion, and strengthens the thighs, chest, and back.
It stretches and tones most of the major muscles, trims the waist, tones the arms, stimulates the digestive system, and balances the metabolism.
– Helps burn calories, a little more than yoga for beginners – It boosts your metabolism – It boosts your general well-being – Useful to build strength, stamina, flexibility, and tone your body. – It helps increase your concentration – It helps you relax as tension and stress are considerably reduced.