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Classification of yoga asanas and sequence

 Yoga asanas classified in to three groups # First  :beginners group- The beginners group should be performed by those who never practiced yoga asanas before. This group consists of elementary techniques designed to prepare the  body mind and meditation asanas. This practices are no way inferior and very useful in improving physical health. In this group are pawanmukt series part 1 sequences, eye exercises, relaxation, pre meditation poses,asanas also included performed from vajrasana, standing asanas,surya Namaskar etc. Second : Intermediate group- This group consists of asanas which are reasonably difficult and are are recommended for people who can perform the beginners group without any difficulty or strain. These asanas require a greater degree of steadiness, concentration and coordination with the breath. Intermediate group are includes asanas performed  from padmasana,forward bending, backward bending and spinal twisting, this group performs also inverted and balancing exercises

Paschimott asanas perform by whom

 People who suffer from slipped disc, hernia sciatica should not practice Paschimottasanas.  This asana precede or follow backward bending asana such as,chakrasnas ,bujangasanas ,setu bandh or matsyasana etc. Benefits # This asana stretches the muscles and increases flexibility the hip joints .It tones and messages entire abdominal pelvic region, it helps to remove excess weight in this area and stimulate blood circulation to the muscles and nerves  of the spine. 

Padahastasana Pose in English

 Padahastasana pose : or hand to foot pose  First stand with your spinen erect feet together and hand beside the body in starting position. Divide equally weight of the body on both feet, slowly bend forward, starting with head bending, taking the chin towards the chest then bending the upper trunk ,relax the shoulders forward and  letting the arms go limp. Inhale in the starting position and exhale while bending forward. Breathe slowly and deeply inhale while returning to starting position.  Practice one round 4 to 5 minutes practice upto 4 round sufficient. This forward bending poses to encourage maximum flexibility.  Precaution : This asana should not be practice which people suffering from, back complications, heart disease, high blood pressure, hernia or  sciatica also . Benefits  : This asana are very beneficial for massages and tones the digestive organs, constipation, improve metabolism and concentration with nasal and throat disease.