1. Back bends

exist yoga postures whose degree of difficulty seems very low, but a bad performance in them will be counterproductive to your body, so if you are a beginner you should pay close attention.

In an interview for GetQoralHealth , Renata Spironello, international coach and Naam Yoga spokesperson , he told us that breathing is crucial at the time of making the movements and is one of the first mistakes that people make.

Trying the perfect posture causes people to stop breathing, causing not enough oxygen to reach the brain and for people suffering from heart problems will cause serious consequences in the short term as blood pressure changes.

 

We must remember that yoga is not a competitive sport, its goal is to achieve balance by uniting the body with the spirit.

The first recommendation is to listen to your body, that is, you should not do what you do not owe. The body points out what you are feeling and if it has reached its limit, stop and do not hurt it.

The next step is to choose the style of yoga that goes well with you and the right teacher. An error of the beginners is to register in a place that is not according to what they need.

A bad yoga posture can hurt you for life. The most affected parts of the body are the back, neck, legs and knees.

Renata Spironello mentions that to take care of your back, you need to be aware of your "hara", which is the energy point that is between the navel and the pubic bone, this is achieved by making contractions or tightening the abdominal part.

Next we share you 7 yoga postures that can harm you but not because of its complication, but because of its bad execution:

 

1. Back bends

This position is to take the body back, but if you do not have an abdominal control, the lumbar will be damaged. Before starting it is important to inhale and contract the abdomen and sexual organs.


Video Medicine: Advanced Yoga Week One: Deepen Your Backbends (February 2024).