Viparita Karani – 3 More Everyday Wall Exercises for All | Yoga for Beginners

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Following up on our previous video of Viparita Karani, here are 3 more effective exercises that you can add to the previous 6 exercises to make a healthy and balanced workout with the help of wall exercise.

Here is the link to our previous video of Viparita Karani:

DISCLAIMER:
You should consult your physician or other health care professional before starting if it is right for your needs. This is particularly true if you have ever experienced any pain when exercising or have experienced any pain in the past when not engaged in physical activity or any other kind of medical condition. Do not start this fitness program if your physician or health care provider advises against it. If you experience faintness, dizziness, pain or shortness of breath at any time while exercising you should stop immediately.

Commentary in the video:
Hello friends! Namaste! Hope you enjoyed my first session of wall exercise. ANd if you didn’t see that, then please see and watch that video. Now, we will start our second session of wall exercise. So, let’s start!

Starting pose
To start with, keep your hips touching the wall. Press your feet against the wall, raise your legs and stay there. Breathe in slowly and breathe out. Now we’re ready to start our exercise again!

First Exercise, Knee and Ankle Strengthening
Keep your hands under the waist. Now fold your knees at 90 degrees. Now, left leg up with breathe in. And relax your legs with breathe out. Now same with right. Breathe in and out. Again with left, knee should be straight and toes outwards and tighten the thighs and relax with breathe out. Same with right, breathe in and breathe out. And relax.

Exercise 2, Sarvangasana with wall support
Keep your hands under the waist. Now fold your knees at 90 degrees. Now, left leg up with breathe in. Then, right leg up with breathe in. With both legs up, breathe normally and stay there. It must be noted that people with shoulder pain should not practice this exercise at any time. Now, slowly lower your left leg with breathe out and then same for your right leg. Now, relax yourself.
Keep your left hand on the left side of the chest, right hand on the naval, close your eyes, and concentrate on your breathing. It is necessary that you relax after this exercise to avoid any side effects.

Last exercise, Halasana
Just like the last exercise, put your legs up. Now concentrate on yourself and slowly pull your legs backward with breathe out. Now stay there and breathe normally. We highly recommend that you do this exercise initially under the supervision of a Yoga professional

And now, relax!
Like our last video, with your legs folded, wrap your hands around your head. Keep your spine straight. Close your eyes and slowly breathe in and then breathe out. Concentrate on your breathing and your naval and calm yourself!

Hope you enjoyed our series of wall exercise, and if you have any questions or inquiries put your comments and do not forget to like, share and subscribe! Namaste!

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