Our Fave Yoga Poses

Our Fave Yoga Poses

Our Fave Yoga Poses

Keep your soul, body and mind connected all season round with our favourite yoga poses. Yoga, a practice that originated in India, is now appreciated globally because of the various benefits it can bring to a person. When done correctly and in combination with mindfulness and mediation, people have developed better mindsets, become physically healthier and have become happier as a whole. Light up that incense and try out these poses. Have a read of our fave poses and make sure to integrate these into your morning routines. 
Information Sourced From Hindustan Times


Improve your digestion and boost blood circulation with this pose. 
Attempt to do this pose by lying on your stomach, bend your arms backwards to hold your feet and pull yourself backwards. Feel the stretch in your arms, stomach and legs. 


The legendary cobra pose - sounds cool and works wonders on improving the overall flexibility of your back + tone your abs, neck and shoulders. 
Attempt to do this pose by placing your hands in line with your shoulder, push yourself up and look up! You should be able to feel the stretch in your stomach. 

Ardha Matsyendrasan

This pose is great for improving your blood circulation - which is super important especially for those of you who sit at a desk for hours at a time. 
Attempt to do this pose by stretching out your legs and flexing your toes, then inhale and raise your arms. Breathe out and stuck your stomach in, stretch your spine forward, hold your toes with your hands and position your elbows on either side of you. For this exercise, focus on your breathing. 


Open up your spine and make yourself more flexible as a result. The more flexible you are, the healthier you’ll be in the long run. 
Attempt to do this pose by sitting straight, slowly bend over and try your best to reach your toes. Don’t stress if you can’t yet, practice this pose daily and you’ll find yourself being able to grab your feet in no time! Remember to keep breathing and to centre yourself.