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The Ultimate Yoga Guide for Beginners.


 So you're thinking of trying yoga? Or maybe you've just started or looking for some new poses to add to your routine? Either way, you're in the right place.

In this guide, we'll take a look at some of the best yoga poses for beginners. We'll discuss the benefits of each pose and show you how to do them correctly. And don't worry none of these poses are too tricky, so you'll be able to master them in no time.

So what are you waiting for? Let's get started!

What is Yoga?

Yoga is a wonderful way to improve flexibility, strength, and mindfulness.

But with so many different yoga styles and poses out there, it can be difficult to know where to start.

That's what is this blog for to guide you through it.

In this guide you'll learn the basics of yoga-what it is, the benefits of the practice, and as well as some of the common and easy yoga poses.

So, get ready for the benefits of yoga.

The Benefits of Yoga 

Yoga is all about finding balance-physical, emotional, and spiritual balance. And what better way to start your journey than by finding the right poses that are perfect for you?

In this guide we'll go over some of the best yoga poses for beginners. We'll also talk about the benefits of yoga and how you can get started today just at your home. So, whether you're a total newbie or have dabbled in yoga before, this guide is for you.

The Best Yoga Poses for Beginners.

If you're just starting with yoga it can be a little daunting trying to figure out which poses are best for you. But don't worry I am here to help you out.

I will introduce you to the most basic and beginner-friendly yoga poses. These poses are great for you to start your yoga journey. It will help you develop strength, flexibility, and balance.

So, let's give it a try. I am sure you won't be disappointed.

The first pose.

1.Cobra  Pose [Bhujangasana]

Steps to do Bhujangasana-

1. Lie on your stomach and place your palms on the ground just under your shoulders, keeping your elbows bent.
2. Then slowly exhale and lift your chest and try looking back as much as you can.
3. After reaching the final position keep your breathing normal.
4. In the beginning start by doing 20 secs and slowly when you get used increase your timing as per your convenience

2. Child's Pose[Balasana]

Steps to do Balasana

1. Sit on your knees on the yoga mat.
2. Keep your knees together, if you are having difficulty then you can keep your knees apart
3. Bend forward slowly, and touch your forehead to the floor just in front of your knees.
4. Keep your arms just like shown in the figure above. Keep your forearms on the mat.
5. Always feel that your hips are touching the heels, If you have tight hips or lower back your hips might not touch your heels, anything to worry about keep practicing slowly it will improve.
6. You'll feel your thighs pressing your stomach and lower chest.
7. Take normal breaths during this pose. Don't hold your breath.
8. Slowly come back by exhaling.
 Try holding the pose for 30 secs. slowly increase your timings.

3. Tree Pose[Vrikshasana]

Steps to do Vrikshasana.


1. Stand tall, keeping your back straight.
2. Fold one of your legs and place the sole of your raised foot on the inner thigh of the standing leg. (Avoid placing your foot on the knee joint which may cause knee pains in the long run).
3. Keep your weight on the standing leg evenly distributed on the foot. (If you face difficulty maintaining balance use a wall as a support.
4. Now slowly lift your both arms and join their palms.
5. Repeat the same on the other leg too.

4.Triangle Pose[Trikonasana].

Steps to do Trikonasana.

1. Stand straight with your legs apart slightly more than the width of your shoulders.
2. Lift your arms parallel to the floor in a straight line as of shoulders.
3. Exhale and try touching your palm to the toe bending from your waist. (Try not bending your knees, but if you have tight legs and hips then you may slightly bend your legs and feel the stretch.)
4. Stay in that position for 20 seconds in the beginning. Then slowly increase your timing accordingly.
5. Repeat the same on the other side too.

5. Dead Body Pose[Savasana]

Steps to do Savasana

1. Lie on your back completely relaxed.
2. Keep your legs a bit separated your arms by your side, head looking up at the sky.
3. In this pose feel that every muscle is slowly relaxing from head to toe.
4. Keep your breathing normal and feel completely relaxed
5. Stay in that pose for 2-3 minutes in the beginning.

*Always end your yoga practice/session with this pose.

Tips for Practicing Yoga at Home.

Well, you've decided to practice yoga! That's awesome, and I am glad you're here. As a beginner, you need to start slow and listen to your body, then progress gradually.

Here are a few tips for practicing yoga at home.
1. Start with basics, then work your way up.
2. Make sure to warm up properly and make yourself confident before beginning.
3. Take your time and do not rush through the poses.
4. Always breathe! Breathing is what yoga primarily focuses on. The better you have a breathing pattern the longer you can hold a pose.
5. Be patient, don't get discouraged too soon. Yoga takes time to learn and every individual progresses at their own pace. We all have different levels of flexibility.

Just remember to have fun, relax and enjoy this beautiful journey.


So you decided to start yoga! That's awesome. This is guide is perfect for you.

It will take you through everything you need to know about yoga for beginners, from the different types to the best poses for you. I have also shown you the steps which you can follow and progress gradually.

So, whether you're a complete beginner or have been practicing yoga for a while but are looking for refining your techniques, this guide is for you. Let's get started.

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