People often do yoga every day to keep healthy. Despite its good sides, many people still don’t want to learn it because they think that it is very hard to do it. But it is very simple, you just need a little patient, following these steps to start getting used to yoga.
Stand with both feet touching the floor. Put both hands together, palm to palm, before the heart. Keep your body balance. Ensure your weight is evenly distributed. Breathe out.
Put your arms upward. Then fold backward slowly, stretching arms over the head. Keep your neck relax. Breathe in.
Exhale and slowly bend forward until both of your hands are in line with your feet, keep your head as close to your knees as possible, even keep both head and knees touching together, if possible. Hit your palms down, fingers in line with toes (curve your knees if you need to), and contact the floor.
Step 4: Lunge
Make a wide lunge by step your right leg back behind your body. As you take a breath, put your hands and feet on the ground, keep your left foot between your hands, and put up your head.
Take your right foot together with your left foot.
While you put down your body, keep breathe out, relaxing on your forearms.
As you breathe in, lower your hips to the ground, put your head up, and move backward as far as possible, while keeping your arms straight.
Placing your hand on the ground and keep your arms straight, lift your hips and line up your head with your arms. Breathe out.
Slowly inhale and move your right leg to takea vast forward step. Puting your hands on the ground firmly, keep your right foot between your hands and lift your head up.
Putting both your hands in place, get both feet together. Keep your legs straight but your waist bent and upper body reduced. Make your head and your knees touching together, if possible. Breathe out.
Slowly lift and keep your back straight into a standing pose. Move backward, extending your arms above your head as you take a breath.
Return to posision in step number 1. Exhale