For those who worry about their skin for premature wrinkling, fading freshness and the dimming glow, there is a very easy solution. No need to use any kind of makeup or costly cosmetics. Yoga teacher training in India describe 4 easy yoga asanas which help in increasing the blood circulation and oxygenate the system, giving you the beautiful and lustrous skin you have always wanted.
This asana’s literal translation is “Downward Facing Dog Pose”.
Lay your yoga mat on the floor and start by supporting your torso on all the four limbs like a baby. Your palms should be flat and facing the opposite side, elbows and back straight. Exhale and begin by raising your knees and heels. After that, raise your tailbone high as possible and then lift your sitting bones, stretching them as much as possible. Finally, flatten your heels and straighten your knees, keeping your arms straight and firm. Try bringing your shoulder blades as close to your tailbone as possible and your head should be between your arms.
This asana helps you release stress and the lessens the symptoms of menopause. It pumps additional blood to your head, improving your concentration and oxygenating the body, resulting in a fresher looking skin.
in Padmasana and press your arms against the floor, lean back in a manner that upper back forms an arch while the crown of the head is touching the floor. Most of your weight should be on the arms and not the head.
If practicing in Padmasana is difficult, you may keep your legs straight. This asana, along with making you feel fresh and energized and improving the skin also makes your body flexible and helps you get a good sleep.
Lie on the carpet with arms by your side, palms facing the floor. Inhaling, lift your feet using the abdominal muscles and form a 90 degrees with your legs. Breathe normally and support your back with your arms. Slowly lift your torso, allowing your toes to touch the floor behind your head, completing 180 degrees, your arms in the same position. It may be a little difficult in the beginning.
This asana has numerous benefits and gives the blood circulation a major push.
This asana resembles a dead corpse. Despite seeming to be easy, it is one of the most difficult yoga asana according the the Yoga teacher training in Dharamsala at Mahi Yoga because it could be difficult to refrain from falling asleep. To begin, lie flat on the mat without any support. Your legs should be at a comfortable distance from each other and hands on the either side of the body, palms facing the sky. Your eyes must be closed at all times. Concentrate on every part of the body, starting from the toes. Do this while breathing slowly, but deeply, relaxing completely. Breathing in will energize your body and rejuvenate it and breathing out will calm you down. Forget everything else and think only about your body. Within 10-12 minutes, you will feel invigorated and full of energy.