- Ideally, Yoga exercises should be done empty stomach or at least 4-6 hours after taking meals.
- It’s best to perform Yoga exercises during the dawn.
- Of course, there are a lot of audio-visual resources available these days to help you learn the nuances of Yoga, it would be best to get training from an instructor.
- Don’t get exposed to strong, direct winds while performing Yoga exercises.
- Don’t attempt to cross your physical limits in a spree of over enthusiasm. Make realistic goals and aim to increase your range of movements and flexibility by and by.
- Ensure to alleviate the stiffness of your body before setting to start the Yoga session for the day.
- Ideally, you must never get tired while performing Yoga exercises; however, if you feel tired, take rest before proceeding to the next set. Ask your instructor about your technique and duration as well so that you don’t get fatigues frequently.
- Yoga exercises are helpful when breathing patterns are manipulated in accordance. If you suffer from any illnesses, or belong to elderly age group, seek your doctor’s opinion before setting your feet to become a Yoga geek.
- Don’t allow the kids to do tough Yoga exercises as some of them can interfere with their normal growth patterns.
- Don’t eat anything till about 30 minutes after you are done with the day’s Yoga exercises.
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Friday, June 29, 2012
10 rules of Yoga Exercises
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