There are SO many yoga asanas out there that it can be difficult how to figure out which yoga poses you should do every day. Don’t worry. We’ve got you covered!
And when we say every day, you don’t HAVE to do a full-blown, intensive yoga workout every day.
What we mean is simply doing some simple yoga stretches to wake up your body and your mind.
This could mean doing a few light stretches in the morning to set a more mindful tone for your day or it could mean winding down and decompressing with some evening stretches after work. Either way, these poses have a little something for every part of your body. Mastering each pose takes dedication, commitment, and strength, so you’ll only improve if you try to work on them for even just a few minutes every day.
Also called Tadasana, Mountain Pose is a basic move that you’ll need to master before moving on to more complex poses. It may look simple, but keeping your form correct will translate into other moves.Balancing your weight evenly and using your core muscles to maintain posture helps you get the most out of the mountain pose. Keep your shoulders parallel to your pelvis, and remember to breathe.
This pose can help you improve your posture plus increase awareness, as you breathe and embrace the serenity of the moment.