The Benefits of Yoga in Stress Relief
by Carl T Walters
rejuvenate, relax and calm you.

A simple type of breathing, poses and meditation are already enough to alleviate
your stress. These simple techniques in yoga only take about a few minutes to
perform and you can even include them in your regular exercise. You can also
perform them every time the stress takes its toll on you as they can surely help you
a lot.

Practice performing yoga for alleviating your stress as it does not matter if you can
only do part of it in just a few minutes or do it in full routine, just as long as it gives
you relief from stress.

Deep Breathing

If you want to get relief from your stress right away, deep breathing will be able to
help you do this. You probably do not notice this, but almost all people breathe from
their chest. Breathing through the chest can be considered as shallow breathing. This
style of breathing is usually caused by stress and tension. Once you breathe deeply it
will come from your belly. Breathing through your belly will help oxygenate the
muscles and providing relief from your stress and tension. All you have to do is fill
your lower abdomen up with air by breathing in and contract the area by breathing
the air out. Take the air in through your nose. This is the easiest type of stress relief
yoga that you can do.

Meditation

You can spend a few moments of your time by simply clearing your mind off things.
This may sound hard for someone who does not have enough time, but this can be
done in just few minutes. All you have to do is sit down in a quiet area like your
office, bathroom at home and lock the door. Make sure that you are comfortable
while sitting and then close your eyes. Take a deep breath and concentrate on the
area which is just above the bridge of your nose. This is actually where the third eye
is, which is also called the eye of the soul. When certain thoughts, ideas and
memories drift to your mind, just imagine that it has wings and let it just fly away.
Keep on doing this until, eventually, you feel relaxed, calm and centered.

Poses

The poses are part of the meditation since concentration on the movement is the
very key. You can try out these two types of poses to help relax your mind and body.

1.
Baby Pose - Try sitting on the floor with the knees bent. Sit with your heels, and
let your arms hang at your sides. Lean yourself forward slowly at your waist, until
your forehead touch's the floor. Let your arms rest at your side right on the floor.
Just let yourself relaxed, keep your neck straight and keep your normal breathing.
Keep yourself on that pose, how long it will feel comfortable.

2.
Butterfly Pose - Sit with your knees out on the floor; let the soles of your feet
touch each other, just like a butterfly. Keep your back in a straight position and hold
your feet, gently raise and lower your knees for a few times. Let yourself lean
forward from your hip, stay on this pose for as long as you can take it and breathe
normally.

If you cannot engage in full stress relief yoga, you can just try the breathing deeply,
poses and meditation. It provides the same effect and gives you immediate
relaxation.


About The Author

Carl Walters is a stress relief enthusiasts and enjoys helping people take control of
their lives through a positive mind set and stress management tips. To learn about
more
and other stress management tips, visit
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Stress relief yoga is a helpful way to
free you from the pressures of
everyday living. It will help you to
ease your mind and start feeling
normal again. There are people who
believe that yoga is a very complex
type of exercise and past time since
the poses and stretches looks very
tough.

Once you engage yourself in stress
relief yoga, it does not necessarily
mean that you have to do it in
routine. If you are not able to do it in
a full routine because of limited time,
you can try some parts of yoga to
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