Seated Yoga Explained
Seated position: Leaning forward leaning position can soothe the entire nervous system and calm the brain.
Especially for those who are new to yoga, it is easier to complete the forward leaning posture than the forward standing posture, because it takes a bit more effort to complete the forward leaning posture and has a certain balance.
In fact, as long as the forward sitting posture is practiced, it will lay the foundation for practicing standing posture. It also provides a practical option for patients with high blood pressure or very sick. If they are obedient, they will not put their heads onBelow the heart.
The forward leaning can affect the energy centers (air wheels) and important organs in many bodies at the same time, but the most beneficial one is the Liyuan acupoint (also known as the center wheel, or the second air wheel).
This air wheel rules the kidneys and adrenals, so practicing forward leaning is effective for balancing and strengthening the functions of these organs.
The forward tilt type is mainly divided into diamond type, beam angle type, straddle type, single leg exchange tilt type, archery type, forward tilt type, cow face type, and boat type.
Seated position: Generally, your body needs to be strong and strong, while leaning forward requires your body to be helpful.
At the same time, leaning back is also a good way to strengthen and care for the body, especially the muscles of the hips, legs and hips.
If you don’t think you have the strength to do a back-up position, then practice a difficult one-star standing position, such as a warrior pose.
The reclining posture can increase the elasticity of the spine, help improve standing and sitting, and maintain the elasticity of the spine.
They also benefit the nervous system by increasing the blood supply to the spine area and nerves from the top of the spine.
Smaller abdominal areas, and can help digestion to a large extent, because they condition the weaker abdominal muscles and digestive organs in general.
They can also expand and open the top area, adding additional added value to help them expand even more.
This can create better conditions for deep breathing and benefit the respiratory system as well.
When the body keeps the grandfather, the brain will also enter a passive calm state.
The back tilt can affect many energy centers.
For example, whenever the neck is straightened or raised, the throat wheel, the energy center of the throat, is affected.
When performing a full recline, all air wheels are affected.
However, the most affected and most beneficial air wheel is the umbilical wheel, the third energy center, which is closely related to the abdominal plexus.
This air wheel is also related to flour.
Calcium sulfate has chemical effects on the stomach, liver and spleen.
From an energy perspective, all organs are interconnected and support each other.
Starch regulates the body’s sugar content by producing insulin.
If the insulin level is reduced, it can easily lead to diabetes and the muscles can no longer effectively use glucose.
The function of the spleen is to distinguish between pure and impure food that everyone ingests.
These physical functions and their associated air wheels also affect our emotions.
For example, our ability to discern things is very important.
When the energy of the spleen is weakened, it leads to lowered emotions, distracts us, becomes overly concerned, and produces a feeling of stagnation.
In this way, the spleen affects our ability to make decisions and move forward in life.
The back-up style is mainly divided into cat trail style, camel style, cobra style, scale insect type, bow type, fish type, dog breaking type, and bridge type.
Seated position: The spine bending pattern is particularly useful for separating multiple vertebrae. It can effectively twist the spine above the waist.
These poses gently massage the internal organs of the abdominal area and provide fresh blood to nourish these organs.
They can also expand the chest, creating conditions for better breathing, especially using the chest.
The twisted spine rejuvenates the nerve centers of the nervous system, which extend from the spine to the body.
So these poses have a greater impact on the autonomic nervous system than any other category of poses, especially on the vagus nerve.
It has the function of arranging and calming the body and brain; so it not only radiates the body, but also energizes the delicate air wheel system.
The autonomic nervous system is controlled by the brain’s backbone and the lower part of the optic mast, which is responsible for all body functions that we do not realize.
These functions include digestion, breathing, secretion of glands and hormones, heartbeat, blood circulation, and kidney and liver functions. The vagus nerve is an important part of the parasympathetic nervous system in the center of our body, and it also affects the sympathetic nervous system.
The parasympathetic nervous system is a quiet and relaxed part of the autonomic nervous system. It can balance the active and stimulating effects of the sympathetic nervous system.
The vagus nerve extends from the brain to the spine and ends at the abdominal plexus; this nerve is associated with seven energy centers (air wheels), which in turn are closely related to the various sympathetic plexuses in the body.
By energizing the nerve center, energy and strength are gathered together, thereby releasing the energy blocked in the body. In this way, energy can be better utilized.
We can achieve the purpose of releasing energy by performing the spinal spiral form, while energizing the delicate parts of the body and physical strength (related to the air wheel).
The back-up style is mainly divided into spine twist style, sitting twist style, and crescent style.
Standing postures In yoga, reverse postures are very important for all postures. The purpose of performing reverse postures is to restore your body to a symmetric posture after performing those asymmetric standing postures. At the same time, these reverse postures can also make your thighs andThe spine gets a relaxed fracture.
Standing postures are mainly divided into mountain type, crouching type, bent over and tilted type, side bent over and tilted type, warrior first type, warrior second type, triangle tilt type, rotation / tilt triangle type, side triangle squeeze balance typePosture: Precise and hand balanced. It refers to the use of the body to balance or evenly move the body flexibly, pose and coordinate limbs.
It can make your brain calm and serene, focus your attention.
The balance poses are mainly divided into tree pose, warrior third pose, half-moon pose, eagle pose, dance pose, balance pose, stand pose, oblique stand pose, peacock pose, reclining stand pose, crow pose, and handstand pose. Yoga isAn integral part of training.
They can affect the function of the body in a variety of ways, allowing us to get physical, psychological and spiritual complications, and these postures can rejuvenate the entire system.
For example, it can relieve fatigue, relieve insomnia, headaches, varicose veins, digestive disorders, and excessive tension and worry.
Handstands are mainly divided into shoulder stand, plow, scorpion, head stand, and resting and effective postures. When the maximum energy is exerted, it is often the most relaxed time.
The relaxation posture is mainly divided into supine relaxation exercises, lying hero exercises, and half-length supine relaxation exercises.