It’s a simple process of uniting with yourself – using your breath, body and the mind. And it’s easy and effortless.
It is best to start learning Indian yoga under the guidance of a qualified yoga teacher who can lead you through the correct way of doing each technique. This would help you learn yoga asanas (postures) properly and avoid possible injuries.
Warm-up before doing Yoga
It is advised to practice on an empty stomach or at least 2-3 hours after your last meal. Also, it’s advised to have at least three to four liters of water during the day as it will help you to flush out the toxins out of the body that are released during your yoga practice.
As you complete your yoga asana practice, don’t be in a great hurry to get up and start moving about with the tasks lined up for the day. It is a good idea to lie down in Yoga Nidra for a few minutes, as it helps cool down the body and consolidate the energy produced through yoga asana practice.