Yoga your one stop solution to boost physical and mental immunity

Yoga is an ancient practice that started over 5,000 years ago during the Indus – Saraswati civilisation in Northern India. The quote about yoga was first written in Rig Veda, a collection of texts consisting of rituals, mantras, and songs. Yoga asanas are meant for overall body fitness – physical, mental, and spiritual health. Yogic practise has helped humanity generations after generations to build natural immunity towards evolution.

A healthy body

Yoga asanas are unquestionably excellent for overall well-being and disease-free life. Specific yoga positions are highly therapeutic and designed for the utmost functionality of each organs of the human body. In these current times of COVID-19 pandemic crisis, everybody is focused on developing the body’s robust immune system as the likelihood of contracting the infection is significantly reduced for the people with a robust immune system. Yogic practises are the most available and the best immune system booster. So start today by practicing simple specific yoga positions every day and eventually opt for intermediate postures.

Girl doing yoga in open area

Some beneficial simple practises and postures

Pranayama (breathing exercises), Sun salutations, Paschimottanasana ( seated forward bed), Uttanasana (forward bend), Matsyasana (fish pose) heart opening variation, Spinal twists ( Ardha Matsyendrasana), Viparita Karani (legs up the wall), Savasana ( Deep relaxation) are a few yoga positions that can help support, balance and boost the immune system. You don’t need to go anywhere to learn these positions, as you can easily find many of these yoga classes online and tutorials on online meditation courses which is enough to start from home. Pranayama breathing techniques, such as Bhastrika, Anulom Vilom, and Kapala Bhati, are excellent to keep the mind balanced and also to boost immunity against numerous diseases.

Find a Yoga and Meditation course online

You can start with these simple yoga positions, and eventually look for advanced practises as you now want to t practise one step further. With the heightened technology it is very easy to practise yoga by joining Yoga classes online. You can search for many online Yoga courses, some of which are offered by some of the best yoga schools in India. There are also many Online Meditation course currently being delivered through zoom and many other portals and seem to be a very popular choice these days. So loo for one that best suits your needs.

Win over the pandemic phobia

Although joining online yoga and mediation courses can definitely boost your immunity but the most effective one is ACCEPTANCE to the situation and a positive mindset that This too shall pass.