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Yoga Poses To Conquer Work Day Stress Yoga Poses To Conquer Work Day Stress

Yoga Poses To Conquer Work Day Stress

Written by  Feb 11, 2016

 

When you wake up in the morning, what is the first thing you do? Most times when you wake up in the morning, you feel so tired that you are even tempted to go back to bed. This is not the time to be lazy, but to do the right workout that will set you for the days' job. We all will agree that stress is telling on our body, because of the stress we go through in our place of work. If you want to feel rejuvenated, focused and prepared to tackle any tasks that is brought to you, then you must consider these yoga poses.

1. Seated cat/cow sequence

The cat and cow poses, can offer much need relief and movement to our spine as well as back. If you want to perform this pose, you can start by sitting up tall, in your chair. Ensure that your head is almost touching the ceiling. Once you breathe in, lift from the upper chest and arch your back. The next step is to exhale, and squeeze your belly button to your spine. Also round your back deeply, and tucking the chin to your chest region. Repeat this sequence as your draw several breaths.

2. The seated half-moon pose

Although it is ignored most times, having a flexible body is very important. It is a vital part of our general health, posture as well as practice. Once you start practicing this seated side bend pose, it will help you to find length in your torso and also offer some relief form a long day, working on the computer.

3. The eagle arms

This pose is originally taken from the eagle pose. The eagle arms pose, are also very beneficial to the body. It is an easy way to never leave your desk, but still feel some juicy stretch in some areas of your body like the shoulders and upper back region.

4. The puppy pose

This is another wonderful pose that offers great relief to our body system. It brings relief to our shoulders as well as the upper back region.

5. Standing forward fold

This particular type of pose is loved by so many people. It helps to release tension in the lower back, neck as well as the shoulders.

The most important about yoga practice is consistency. How regular you will practice, matters a lot. If your body is not flexible as you want it to be, there is no problem about that. Just continue working, and you will receive the benefit in a short time.

 

Last modified on Friday, 12 February 2016 08:49

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