Chakra Yin Yoga Sequence
The chakras are energy centers in the body that govern different areas of our lives. There are seven main chakras, and each one corresponds to a different color, element, and area of our lives. Chakra yoga is a practice that uses poses and breath work to open and energize these energy centers.
This chakra yin yoga sequence is designed to open and energize the root chakra, which is located at the base of the spine. The root chakra is associated with our basic needs and instincts, and is responsible for our sense of security and grounding. When this chakra is open and healthy, we feel safe and secure in our lives, and we are able to meet our basic needs easily.
The root chakra is often associated with the color red, so this sequence includes many poses that use red as their color inspiration. The sequence begins with a few grounding poses to get the energy flowing, and then moves into a sequence of poses that open and energize the root chakra. The sequence finishes with a few calming poses to bring the energy down.
So, if you’re looking to open and energize your root chakra, give this chakra yin yoga sequence a try!
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Surrender Yoga Sequence
If you are feeling stressed, tense or overwhelmed, this yoga sequence is for you. The sequence is designed to help you to surrender and let go. The poses are simple and gentle, and can be done by anyone, regardless of experience or fitness level.
The sequence begins with some gentle stretching to help you to loosen up and relax. Next, we move into some simple seated poses to help you to focus and center yourself. The final poses are a series of gentle forward folds that will help you to release any tension or stress that you may be holding on to.
So, if you are feeling stressed out, tense or overwhelmed, give this sequence a try. I promise that you will feel better after doing it. Namaste.
Yin Yoga Sequence For Lungs
and Bronchial Health
The lungs are one of the most important organs in the body, and we often take them for granted until something goes wrong. Yoga is a great way to keep the lungs healthy and functioning properly. This sequence is designed to help open and stretch the lungs and bronchial tubes, and to improve overall respiratory health.
Start in a comfortable seated position. Inhale and reach your arms up overhead. Exhale and fold forward, hinging at the hips. Inhale and lift your torso back to seated.
Next, we’ll do a simple breathing exercise. Inhale and exhale slowly and deeply, focusing on the sensation of the breath moving in and out of the lungs. Repeat for 3-5 minutes.
Now we’ll move on to the sequence.
1. Seated spinal twist: Inhale and sit up tall. Exhale and twist to the right, reaching your right hand to the outside of your left knee. Inhale and come back to center. Repeat on the other side.
2. Cat-cow: Inhale and arch your back, looking up at the sky. Exhale and round your back, tucking your chin to your chest. Repeat several times.
3. Downward facing dog: Inhale and lift your hips up and back, extending your arms and legs. Exhale and release.
4. Upward facing dog: Inhale and lift your hips up and back, extending your arms and legs. Exhale and release.
5. Seated forward fold: Inhale and sit up tall. Exhale and fold forward, hinging at the hips. Inhale and lift your torso back to seated.
6. Lunges: Inhale and step your left foot forward. Exhale and lower your body down into a lunge, keeping your back straight. Inhale and come back to standing. Repeat on the other side.
7. Warrior I: Inhale and step your left foot forward. Exhale and lower your body down into a lunge, keeping your back straight. Turn your left foot out 90 degrees and raise your arms up overhead. Inhale and come back to standing. Repeat on the other side.
8. Triangle pose: Inhale and step your left foot forward. Exhale and lower your body down into a lunge, keeping your back straight. Turn your left foot out 90 degrees and raise your arms up overhead, with your left hand reaching towards the floor. Inhale and come back to standing. Repeat on the other side.
9. Half lord of the fishes: Inhale and sit up tall. Exhale and twist to the right, reaching your right hand to the outside of your left knee. Inhale and come back to center. Repeat on the other side.
10. Seated spinal twist: Inhale and sit up tall. Exhale and twist to the right, reaching your right hand to the outside of your left knee. Inhale and come back to center. Repeat on the other side.
11. Savasana: Lie down on your back and relax. Close your eyes and focus on your breath. Stay here for 5-10 minutes.
Yoga Gentle Flow Sequence
The following yoga sequence is a gentle flow that is perfect for beginners or those looking for a more relaxing practice.
Child’s pose (balasana) – Come to the floor on your hands and knees. Bring your big toes together and touch your forehead to the floor. Extend your arms forward and relax your torso and hips.
Downward-facing dog (adho mukha svanasana) – From child’s pose, tuck your toes and lift your hips up towards the ceiling, coming into Downward-facing dog. Spread your fingers wide and press your hips and heels towards the floor. Keep your head between your arms and relax your shoulders.
Half Camel pose (ardha ustrasana) – From Downward-facing dog, step your right foot forward between your hands. Place your left hand on your right thigh and reach your right arm up towards the ceiling. Keep your hips level and your gaze forward.
Cat-cow pose (marjaryasana-bitilasana) – From Half Camel pose, release your right hand and place it on the floor in front of you. Come to all fours, then inhale as you arch your spine and look up. Exhale as you tuck your chin and round your spine, pressing your belly towards the floor.
Low lunge (anjaneyasana) – From Cat-cow pose, step your left foot forward between your hands. Lower your left knee to the floor and place your left hand on your left thigh. Reach your right arm up towards the ceiling. Keep your hips level and your gaze forward.
Triangle pose (trikonasana) – From Low lunge, reach your right arm down towards the floor and your left arm up towards the ceiling. Keep your hips facing forward and your feet parallel. Turn your head to look at your top hand.
Seated forward fold (paschimottanasana) – From Triangle pose, release your left arm and place your left hand on the floor behind you. Sit up tall and hinge forward at your hips, folding your body in half. Place your hands on the floor in front of you or reach for your ankles.
Corpse pose (savasana) – From Seated forward fold, release your hands and lie down on your back. Relax your arms and legs and let your entire body sink into the floor. Close your eyes and breathe deeply. Stay in Corpse pose for 5-10 minutes.
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