I shared some yoga pictures that are very simple, easy to operate and practical.
They are very referential for both beginners and old birds of yoga.
Recently, many Jia people said they couldn’t find it, and many Jia people asked whether there was any updated content.
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1、 Standing three-dimensional series 1.
King dance king dance we often use the extension belt, but with the help of Yoga brick and wall, we can better assist the body to actively open the chest and safely and effectively deepen the back bend 2.
King dance variant King dance variant in order to maintain balance, we can practice with the extension belt and yoga brick 3 Standing hands grasp big toes standing hands grasp big toes a lot.
If you can’t grasp your feet with your hands, you can use the extension belt or the wall at the same time in the early stage.
The results are great.
Standing anti leg hugging standing anti leg hugging poses a certain challenge to beginners.
You can bend your knees slightly with the help of the extension belt and the wall in the early stage.
Warrior 3, Warrior 3, The practice of pushing the wall with both hands can better strengthen the strength of both legs and is also conducive to the extension of the trunk.
Standing forward flexion standing forward flexion can take advantage of the wall.
Note that in the early stage, you can stay away from the wall, and then your feet move closer to the wall with the deepening of the practice.
Standing forward flexion can learn how to tighten the core with the help of the wall, Lift your feet and try to use your body’s strength to slowly get rid of the support of the wall.
Standing forward bending variant 2 this pose is easy to make people stand unstable.
You can practice with the help of the wall and yoga brick.
In the later stage, your feet and hands leave the auxiliary 9 Single leg spine flexion extension beginner in this pose, the rear legs can not be lifted up with the help of the wall.
With the deepening of practice, the body can be closer to the wall until it leaves the wall.
Horse riding + back bending horse riding back bending can make the body safer and enter the back bending step by step with the help of yoga bricks and extension belts.
With the deepening of practice, the number of yoga bricks can be reduced.
11 Double angle double angle back against the wall with the deepening of practice, your feet can move forward and slowly reduce the distance from your feet to the wall.
Sitting three-dimensional series 12.
Reverse head to knee reverse head to knee.
Many people can’t catch their feet.
In the early stage, you can use the extension belt to pay attention not to bend the knee cover of your left leg.
13 The compass type requires the opening of the back and outside of the legs against the wall to give you a support for the spine.
If you can’t reach it, use extension belts and bricks to keep the expansion of the chest and the stretch of the neck.
The boat type boat type can be assisted by the wall.
In the early stage, you can stay away from the wall, and then slowly approach the wall.
Pay attention to maintaining the extension of the spine without arching the back.
15 Pigeon pose can be assisted by stretching and the wall.
In addition, yoga bricks can be used to adjust the hip alignment.
Beginners should pay attention not to bend down 16.
Sitting angle pose can face the wall to practice the opposing power of the wall, which can help the inner sides of both legs extend better.
Transition pose 17 Beginners of downward dog pose can push yoga bricks against the wall with both hands with the help of yoga bricks.
With the deepening of practice, bricks can be reduced.
Supine pose practice 18.
Arch back leg extension bricks are placed under the head and upper back to keep thighs, knees, ankles and feet close to each other.
19 The simple version of shoulder handstand is difficult for the new Jias.
The simple version of shoulder handstand is very easy with the help of yoga bricks.
Jias can try it.
If the supine hero doesn’t use yoga bricks, it’s much easier to put one on the thoracic vertebra and the other on the back of the head.
Supine spine torsion, supine spine torsion, You’ll feel much more comfortable putting yoga bricks under your knees.
Fifth, prone pose sequence 22.
Dog stretching is a common shoulder opening pose.
In the early stage, you can try to straighten your legs after your pelvis is directly above your knees.
Many beginners can’t lift their legs in locust practice, Yoga bricks can be placed on the front of the thigh and the lower side of the ribs to help lift the legs and better open the chest.
Beginners of the upper dog variant can’t touch the top of the head with the help of yoga bricks.
With the deepening of the posture, the height of yoga bricks can be reduced in turn.
Beginners should pay attention not to bend down.
Beginners of the anti locust style can pad a yoga brick under the thigh, and can start pedaling up with one leg, Keep up with the other legs, then straighten them together and raise the hips.
Backward bending pose series 26.
Camel pose 1.
Beginners can’t grasp their feet with their hands.
They can practice safely and step by step with the help of walls and yoga bricks.
Camel pose 2.
Deep camel bending can gradually reduce the number of yoga bricks with the help of yoga bricks and extension belts.
28 Stretch hand touch foot stretch hand touch foot is a balance back bend.
In the early stage of the core pose, you can use the extension belt to grasp the foot brick.
With the depth of your pose, the height decreases.
Small lightning type.
Small lightning type requires deep back bend.
At the beginning of the practice, you can use the Yoga wheel to assist the back bend 30 Complete bow advanced bow requires not only the flexibility of the spine, but also the opening and flexibility of the shoulders.
With the help of the extension belt, feel to lift yourself up, pay attention to the chest always lifting, and open both shoulders backward.
The initial practice of straight stick can also be assisted by Yoga wheel.
Arm support series 32 Beginners of four pillar Yoga often can’t stand up in the four pillar pose.
In the early stage, they can use yoga bricks to slowly reduce with the deepening of practice.
When the wild pose requires the limbs to extend in different directions and the body to bend back, it’s difficult to put their feet down.
Try putting several yoga bricks against the wall.
Step on the bricks.
L-shaped arm support pads up both hands, raise one leg, and keep the shoulders away from the ears as much as possible.
35 Double arm reverse leg embracing double arm reverse leg embracing beginners have insufficient arm strength.
They can put yoga bricks under their hips to help support their arms 36.
Double arm reverse leg embracing 2.
Double arm reverse leg embracing beginners can’t lift their legs.
They can put yoga bricks under their feet 37.
Before the core strength of Kongque peacock is established, their legs can’t be lifted.
They can pad bricks 38 under their feet The second pose of the one legged sage kandia.
In this pose, many Jia people are difficult to lift their rear legs.
In the early stage, they can use yoga bricks and then remove the yoga bricks.
Inverted three-dimensional series 39.
Cheek awe type cheek awe type is a highly difficult pose.
When practicing, Jia people can use yoga bricks and walls to remove the yoga bricks and leave the wall 40 Elbow handstand beginners can practice with the help of the wall 41.
Hand handstand beginners can practice with the help of the wall 42.
Scorpion first style scorpion first style.
In the practice of scorpion first style, the elbows of both hands can be forced with the help of yoga bricks.
The feet can bend their knees with the help of the wall 43 in turn, and reverse the wheel against the wall.
First complete the wheel, and then put their feet on the wall 44 in turn In this pose, the single leg crane can use the extension belt to assist the arms to do better support, and the legs against the wall can make the body more balanced and stable.
The crane crane can keep the whole body balanced by both hands, and stepping on the Yoga brick against the wall can keep your body balanced to avoid falling 46 The side crow pose requires a strong core control ability, and has high requirements for the strength and balance of both arms.
Beginners can put yoga bricks on their shoulders and chest to help support and control balance..