20 Yoga poses for beginners video included

20 Yoga poses for beginners video included. If you want to build your body core, but cannot go hardcore workout, yoga poses for beginners is for you. Best yoga poses for beginners, lower back pain, and stretching.

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As you probably notice already, I like to create diverse content, and being a lifestyle blogger, I do exactly that; I like to approach various subjects and share my knowledge with all of you. Having said that, I decided to make a YouTube video with yoga poses for beginners.

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Yoga poses gently stretch your body muscles even if you suffered a knee arthroscopy

You guys know that I like to share valuable content with you and I did consider this video necessary for those people who wanted to learn or need a bit of guidance to start practicing yoga at home.

The first time when I learned yoga was 9 years ago, I was back in Romania and I couldn’t wait every Friday evening to attend the class and enjoy that blissful atmosphere, surrounded by beautiful people with the same frequency as mine, made me feel somehow “At Home”, you may only understand that feeling if you’ve been to a yoga class, otherwise, words are worthless.

Once I come to the UK, I continued to practice yoga at home, along with meditation, but the lifestyle here on the island has a faster pace and I had to give up yoga and focus on my work. 

Now after 8 years, I’m back to practicing yoga again, and I started with some of the basic poses that will help to stretch your muscles and keep your body fit, which is convenient for me.

As I explained in my latest YouTube video, I get tired very easily, my heart rate gets very high, on top of that I have to be gentle with my right knee after the arthroscopy so yoga is such a wonderful way to stay fit, develop muscles if you need to and improve balance and body posture.
   
Before we move to the poses, let me share some important aspects about what is yoga, who is, and when is contraindicated. 

Yoga is a lifestyle, not a fitness program

As a newbie, some of these poses may be a bit challenging at first, but once you’ve gotten used to the different yoga postures and techniques, it will be fun and perhaps, you can experience a powerful awakening moment.


Some important things you should understand before you start to practice yoga:

1. If you have some health problems is best to consult your GP and ask for proper guidance:

Even some basic yoga postures can cause serious injuries if you have any underlying chronic conditions as well as bone or muscle injuries. 


2. Yoga can be practiced by anyone at any age

Yoga is like an art, any gender, young, or old, slim or heavy can perform this fitness practice. If at any time you cannot perform a pose, just keep learning, practice is the key to achieving great results.


3. Start slowly and keep steady progress

Everybody is different and every human being is learning at their own pace. In yoga, you need to take things slowly, step by step to avoid injuries or burn your energy too fast. If you’re attending a beginner’s yoga class, ask your instructor to guide you through the learning process, and don’t try to jump on other techniques before you master the basic poses.

4. Keeping a record of your progress:

Keeping a record of everything you learn about yoga will do nothing but good for your progress. After a month or so, reading your journal will show you how much you’ve improved as a yogi. Yoga also has many terminologies so it doesn’t hurt to write them down.

5. Yoga is a lifestyle, not a program that ends:

Many people treat yoga as a weight loss program and quit once the desired weight is achieved. Is important to understand that yoga is more than a physical fitness program, this ancient discipline is a lifestyle that will improve your general well-being for your entire life.

Yoga is a slow pace learning process, so whether you’re seeing results or not, keep practicing until it has become part of your everyday routine – it is only then you’ll discover what yoga has to offer.

Start with basic yoga poses and advance slowly

This is the list of the yoga poses I’m doing in this video and their benefits for your body:

The first yoga pose is Tadasana or the modern name Mountain Pose 

The first yoga pose is Tadasana or the modern name Mountain Pose. 20 Yoga poses for beginners video included

Benefits of practicing Tadasana:
Mountain pose improves posture, strengthens thighs, knees, and ankles, increases awareness, steadies breathing, improves mobility in the feet, legs, and hips, firms abdomen and buttocks, and relieves sciatica.

The second yoga pose is Utkatasana or modern name Chair Pose 

The second yoga pose is Utkatasana or modern name Chair Pose

Benefits of practicing Utkatasana:

Strengthens the ankles, thighs, calves, and spine stretches shoulders and chest and builds endurance and stamina while toning the nervous system.

The third yoga pose is Uttana Shishosana or modern name for Down Dog on a chair

The third yoga pose is Uttana Shishosana or modern name for Down Dog on a chair

Benefits of practicing Uttana Shishosana:
Stretches the spine and shoulders, calms the mind and invigorates the body, and improves flexibility, especially in the spine.

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The fourth yoga pose is Adho Mukha Svanasana or modern name Downward-Facing Dog

The fourth yoga pose is Adho Mukha Svanasana or modern name Downward-Facing Dog

Benefits of practicing Adho Mukha Svanasana:
Improves circulation, strengthens the abdominal muscles, improves digestion, tones the hands and feet, therapeutic aid for back pain, high blood pressure, asthma, sciatica, and sinusitis.

The fifth yoga pose is Virabhadrasana II or modern name Warrior II 

The fifth yoga pose is Virabhadrasana II or modern name Warrior II 

Benefits of practicing Virabhadrasana II:

Strengthens and stretches the legs and ankles, stretches the groins, chest, lungs, and shoulders, stimulates abdominal organs, increases stamina, therapeutic for carpal tunnel syndrome, osteoporosis, and sciatica.

The sixth yoga pose is Trikonasana or modern name Triangle Pose

The sixth yoga pose is Trikonasana or modern name Triangle Pose

Benefits of Trikonasana:
Stretches and strengthens the thighs, knees, and ankles, stretches the hips, groins, hamstrings, and calves; shoulders, chest, and spine, helps relieve stress, improves digestion, helps relieve the symptoms of menopause and sciatica pain.

The seventh yoga pose is Vrksasana or modern name Tree Pose

The seventh yoga pose is Vrksasana or modern name Tree Pose

Benefits of practicing Vrksasana:
Strengthening the thighs, calves, ankles, and spine, stretching the inner groin and thighs, strengthening the back, improves posture and body balance.

The eighth yoga pose is Setu Bandha Sarvangasana or modern name for Bridge Pose

The eighth yoga pose is Setu Bandha Sarvangasana or modern name for Bridge Pose

Benefits of practicing Setu Bandha Sarvangasana:
Stretches the chest, neck, and spine, calms the brain and helps alleviate stress and depression, stimulates abdominal organs, lungs, and thyroid, rejuvenates tired legs, reduces anxiety, fatigue, backache, headache, and insomnia. 

The ninth yoga pose is Baddha Konasana or modern name for Bound Ankle Pose

The ninth yoga pose is Baddha Konasana or modern name Bound Ankle Pose

Benefits of practicing Baddha Konasana:
Stimulates abdominal organs, ovaries, prostate gland, bladder, and kidneys, stretches the inner thighs, groins, and knees helps relieve mild depression, anxiety, and fatigue, and relieves the symptoms of menopause.

The tenth yoga pose is Paschimottanasana or modern name for Seated Forward Fold 

The tenth yoga pose is Paschimottanasana or modern name for Seated Forward Fold 

Benefits of practicing Paschimottanasana:
Calms the brain and helps relieve stress and depression, stretches the spine, shoulders, and hamstrings, improves digestion, therapeutic for high blood pressure, insomnia, and sinusitis.

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The eleventh yoga posture is Savasana or the modern name Corpse Pose

The eleventh yoga posture is Savasana or modern name Corpse Pose

Benefits of practicing Savasana: 
While this yoga pose requires less physical strength and flexibility, it challenges the mind and body in many ways. Savasana helps improve stimulation sensors, relieve stress, calm your mind and focus on your breath, and improve sleep.

The twelfth yoga pose is Kumbhakasana or modern name for Plank Pose

The twelfth yoga pose is Kumbhakasana or modern name  Plank Pose

Benefits of practicing Kumbhakasana:
Strengthens the shoulders and arms, strengthens the muscles along the spine, tightens the abdominal muscles, helps to build stamina and endurance, and strengthens your core.

The thirteenth yoga pose is Virabhadrasana I or the modern name Warrior I

The thirteenth yoga pose is Virabhadrasana I or the modern name Warrior I

Benefits of practicing Virabhadrasana I:
Stretches the chest, shoulders, arms, back muscles, lungs, neck, belly, and groin, tones the abdomen, increases circulation, therapeutic for sciatica, and improves breathing.

The fourteenth yoga pose is Virabhadrasana III or modern name Warrior III

The fourteenth yoga pose is Virabhadrasana III or modern name Warrior III

Benefits of practicing Virabhadrasana III:
Strengthens the ankles and legs, strengthens the shoulders and muscles of the back, tones the abdomen, improves balance and posture, and increases mental focus.

The fifteenth yoga pose is Parsvottanasana or modern name for Intense Side Stretch

The fifteenth yoga pose is Parsvottanasana or modern name for Intense Side Stretch

Benefits of Parsvottanasana:
This pose is great for stretching the hamstrings, shoulders, hips, and chest and builds balance and full-body coordination calms the mind and improves postural habits.

Every yoga posture will improve your health if performed correctly

Benefits of practicing Ardha Pincha Mayurasana:
Strengthens the shoulders, neck, chest, arms, and back. Calms the brain and helps relieve stress and depression.

The seventh yoga pose is Dhanurasana or modern name of Bow Pose

The seventh yoga pose is Dhanurasana or modern name of Bow Pose

Benefits of practicing Dhanurasana:
The main benefit of doing Dhanurasana is losing weight, improving blood circulation, stimulating internal organs such as the liver, and pancreas, and helping with gastrointestinal problems. 

The eighteenth yoga posture is Ustrasana or the modern name Camel Pose

The eighteenth yoga posture is Ustrasana or the modern name Camel Pose

Benefits of practicing Ustrasana:
Stretches chest, abdomen, quadriceps, stretches shoulders, back muscles, thighs, and arms, improve posture. Ustrasana helps improve respiratory and nervous systems through proper blood circulation, energizes the body, and reduces anxiety and fatigue.

The nineteen yoga pose is Navasana or the modern name Boat Pose

The nineteen yoga pose is Navasana or the modern name Boat Pose

Benefits of practicing Navasana:
Tones and strengthens your abdominal muscles strengthen your spine and hip flexors, and stimulate thyroid, prostate glands, and intestines. Navasana also helps alleviate stress and improves confidence.

The Twentieth yoga pose is Urdhva Mukha Svanasana or the modern name Upward-Facing Dog

The Twentieth yoga pose is Urdhva Mukha Svanasana or modern name Upward-Facing Dog

Benefits of practicing Urdhva Mukha Svanasana:
Improves posture, strengthens the spine, arms, wrists, chest, shoulders, abdomen, firms posterior, stimulates abdominal organs, and helps relieve depression, fatigue, and sciatica.

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13 Responses

  1. epemberton94 says:

    I’ve been meaning to get into yoga for ages! Will give this a try 🙂

  2. mbswithcalie says:

    I practice yoga every morning it’s my favorite part of the day! Thanks for sharing these easy poses for beginners!

  3. Kimberlie says:

    I love yoga because it has helped me with with my flexibility and recovery time. Some of the poses you mention here are my favorite. My son even does it with me.

  4. Ildiko says:

    Yoga is awesome! Love the way you described and demonstrated all the poses. I need to do yoga more often… but sometimes hard to slow down my life and do it. Ugh

  5. Ann Pape says:

    Thank you for sharing! Trying to incorporate yoga in my life more and the descriptions and pictures were very helpful!

  6. Ro says:

    this is great! i am a yoga beginner & would definitely use this guide.

  7. zenandfree says:

    Thanks for the tips! Im going to keep a record of my progress from now on forward. I always forget to do that when going to the gym or yoga poses.

  8. Ashley says:

    I’ve tried yoga several times in my life, but have never gotten the hang of it. I usually grow frustrated and give up, but maybe I have been trying programs that are too advanced. I am horridly uncoordinated, but these poses seem like ones even I could do, and maybe even help with the tightness in my lower back. I’ll definitely give them a try. Thanks for sharing!

  9. safaripari says:

    I have so much stress in my life! I feel like yoga can be pretty relieving to my health.

  10. safaripari says:

    I am excited to try these yoga poses and see how it affects my mental health in a positive way.

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