Yoga for Beginners

Yoga is one of my preferred approaches to remain fit as a fiddle. It improves quality and adaptability as well as decreases pressure. Yoga has such a significant number of extraordinary advantages and is incredible for amateurs. Despite the fact that there are in excess of 100 distinct sorts of yoga, they share these fundamental things practically speaking: breathing activities, reflection, yoga represents that incorporate extending and flexing.

Yoga for Beginners
Yoga for Beginners

Benefits of Yoga
There are many benefits to yoga. Yoga Journal has an article about 38 benefits, but these are the top 5 reasons I do yoga.

  1. Improves your flexibility
    Improved is probably the most obvious benefit of yoga. In the beginning, you probably won’t be able to touch your toes and some poses will look impossible. Over time, your muscles will gradually loosen, and impossible poses will become possible.
  2. Builds muscle strength
    At first glance, yoga may not look like a strength-building exercise routine, but you’d be wrong. Yoga helps strengthen nearly every muscle in your body. The stronger you become, the more you can do in your yoga practice and in life.
  3. Increases blood flow
    One of my favourite things about yoga, especially in the morning is the way it gets my blood flowing. Relaxation poses help blood flow to the hands and feet. Inverted poses help blood flow back toward your heart. According to Yoga Journal,

“Yoga also boosts levels of hemoglobin and red blood cells, which carry oxygen to the tissues. And it thins the blood by making platelets less sticky and by cutting the level of clot-promoting proteins in the blood. This can lead to a decrease in heart attacks and strokes since blood clots are often the cause of these killers.”

  1. Brightens your mood
    Some studies have shown that yoga improves depression by increasing serotonin levels in the brain. Meditation in yoga has been correlated to greater levels of happiness, especially in long term practitioners.
  2. Helps with focus
    Another thing I love about yoga is focusing on being in the present. Some studies have shown that yoga helps memory, improves coordination and has even boosted IQ test scores. Following a yoga flow while using my breath really helps me stay focused.

If you are a newbie to yoga, it’s accurate to take a few amateur lessons or watch novice motion pictures to get a experience of the way to do most popular poses. Printable exercise sheets show images of experts who’ve quite a few flexibility. Always concentrate for your body. If whatever feels like greater than a mild stretch, stop. Always seek advice from your health care provider before trying any exercise. Do what works for you. Breath deeply, take it at your own pace and have fun! Here is a super video that will help you get commenced with some simple poses:


Yoga may be a good way to start out your day. Even a brief practice can help your body awaken and obtain your metabolism moving. the start of the many yoga practices includes a sun salutation series. I’ll sometimes do exactly 1-3 to awaken my body once I first get out of bed. It helps stretch my stiff muscles after an evening curled asleep. This video helps break down the sun salutation. After following this video, it’ll be easier to use the subsequent printable. You’ll have a far better sense of what you’ll do as a beginner and what a more accomplished yoga practitioner seems like .


The first Sun Salutation printable focuses on flexing and extending the spine. This one is perfect for older participants or before you work up to a full Sun Salutation. The second printable is the full practice. Click here for higher resolution version to print out.


If you have a desk job, office yoga is a great way to get you through the day. Taking time to stretch is so important. See if you can enlist a few office mates to join you. Hold each other accountable to be sure you get in this practice at least 3 times a week.


This graphic links to a PDF file. It is 4 pages long. If clicking the graphic does not work. Use this link.

As your progress and feel more comfortable with your yoga practice. You may want to challenge yourself to do a bit more. All poses are named so you can look them up to find more detail. If a pose looks way out of your comfort zone, don’t do it. Simply use this practice as a guide and do what works for you. Hip openers like Pigeon Pose can be particularly challenging for beginners. Never do this pose if you have any issues with your hips or knees.


This graphic links to a PDF file. It is 4 pages long. If clicking the graphic does not work. Use this link.

You may start to feel better even after the first time you try practising yoga. You will notice that the more you commit, the more you benefit. Take a deep breath and GO try yoga!

Published by BodyHut

A former personal trainer, we look for ways to keep you fit and active both at home and on the road. Our goal is to inspire other people to live happy and have healthy lives.

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