Yoga Sequences for Beginners
Yoga sequences for beginners are very important because it decides whether or not
you will continue with the practices. The ideal Yoga sequences for beginners is
one that is not too tedious or taxing, at the same time, is pleasantly tiring enough
to make you feel like you had done a worthwhile workout.
Our prescribed Yoga sequences for beginners would be as follows:
- Standing Postures
- Sitting Postures
- Supine Postures
- Inverted Postures
The series of asanas would include:
- Tadasana – Mountain Pose
- Vrikshasana (1) – Tree Pose
Trikonasana – Triangle Pose
- Uttanasana – Hand to Foot Pose
- Ardha Chandrasana – Half Moon Pose
- Lie down and rest for a few minutes
in Shavasana, the Corpse
- Janu Sirshasana – Head to One Knee Pose
- Paschimottanasana - Head to
- Ushtrasana – Camel Pose
- Marichyasana - Sage Marichi
- Ardha Matsyendrasna¬ – Half Lord of the Fish Pose
Lie back for a few minutes and rest in Shavasana, the Corpse Pose
- Viparitakarani – Inverted Leg Stretch Pose
- Sarvangasana – Shoulder
- Halasana – Plough Pose
- Recline and rest for a minute or
two in Shavasana, the Corpse Pose
- Bhujangasana – Cobra Pose
- Dhanurasana – Bow Pose
– Locust Pose
- Rest for a few minutes in Shavasana, the Corpse Pose
Some guidelines for Yoga practice
- Have a bath or refresh yourself with water prior to your practices.
- Never attempt asanas immediately after meals. As a minimum, wait for two and a half
- See that the Yoga room is well ventilated and free of smoke and dust.
do Yoga practices outdoors.
- End your session with deep relaxation called Shavasana (Corpse pose).
your Yoga practices avoid touching water or any metal objects