In the hot summer days when the temperatures soar to record-breaking numbers, even the most resilient people sometimes do not know what to do to maintain inner peace. That is why an experienced yogi Joanne Burnham makes recommendations that can be useful to each of us.
July 11, 2014, kicks off the third annual yoga festival. And for those who for whatever reason can’t take part in it Joan all recommendations combined in a few simple paragraphs. He argues that daily doing these will give your body health, mind a sense of tranquillity and calm frazzled nerves.
“We are in daily torn between work and home, are in constant tension, trying to discharge our liabilities and this has a negative effect on the nervous system,” explains Burnham. Particularly much stress our body is under in the summer, when the sun is additional stimulus.
To overcome a stressful situation Joanne offers the following complex:
Tadasana (mountain pose)
Stand up straight. You can put your feet together, or apart, to keep feet parallel to each other. Next, tighten thighs, stomach, buttocks, lift the diaphragm and relax your abdominal muscles. Close your eyes and begin the breath. Let yourself just relax and breathe for 30 seconds.
Alassane (strong tilt forward)
Become straight, feet together or apart, the uprites hands in the back and do a back bend. In this position, inhale and on the exhale begin to tilt forward with a straight back. At the end of lower the head and hands.
Facing dog (posture stretching herself dog)
On the exhale, press your hands into the floor and try to expand the feet so that they were standing fully on the floor. Maximum heel pressed to the floor lift the hips up. Try to straighten the arms and legs, bend your head and press your chin to the chest. In this position you will perform 5-7 breaths.
Yoga is the best thing a man can do for himself. It gives inner peace and relaxation and helps to restore harmony within yourself!