5 Yoga Poses For Working Women Who Are Always In A Hurry
It is rightly said that ‘prevention is better than cure’; and it is certainly true for a women who works selflessly 24 hours a day, playing different roles in her life. Despite all the time constraints you need to take care of yourself. And this task of being healthy is not as loathsome as it sounds and nor does it require any extra expenditure or time. Few simple yoga each day can keep you fit without taking any dotting medicines and you can easily get rid of back aches and menstrual cramps.
So here are a few yoga poses that cater to almost all needs of a woman:
1. The Tree Pose
The tree pose rejuvenates your mind and body, helps build concentration and stretches your arms and legs. Besides, it is helpful for patients suffering from sciatica. The technique is to stand straight, with your arms sideways. Then place your right foot high up on your thigh. Once done take your arms above your head and join them as in the prayers pose.
2. The Child’s Pose
This yoga works to its best if done after a hard day work as it releases fatigue and dizziness. It releases tension in back, shoulders and chest. It’s also helps to regulate body functions. To get in this pose sit on your heels and place our hips on your heels and lower your forehead on the floor and keep your arms alongside. Breathe deeply while in the pose
3. The Butterfly Pose
The butterfly pose is beneficial for every woman as it relieves menstrual cramps and also facilitates a smooth delivery if practiced until late pregnancy. To practice this pose sit straight with your back upright legs spread out straight. Bring your feet inwards towards your genitals bending your thighs in. Join your feet hold them firmly with your hands and move your thighs downwards and upwards.
4. The Triangle Pose
The triangle pose is best suited for you if you want to tone your waist line; apart from this pose provides flexibility to your thighs and spine and maintains mind and body equilibrium. To practice this pose, stand with your legs apart and arms spread out at shoulder level. Start by turning slowly to either direction touching your toe with your arm. Repeat the same with both arms and avoid bending your knees.
5. The Half Plough Pose
This pose improves digestion and appetite. Moreover, it helps in better circulation of blood and toes your high hips. To get in this pose lie flat on ground, inhale deeply while raising your legs perpendicular to ground. Sty in the position for 30 seconds or more and then slowly come back to normal position while exhaling.
These were some yoga tips to help you ease yourself from stress and other oddities of your metropolitan life. Apart from practicing these yoga poses daily, drink plenty of water and have a lot of fruits.
Hope these suggestions help you to stay healthy because ‘health is wealth’