SURYA NAMASKAR

1. Inhale and exhale with palms together.
2. Inhale arms up, stretch back, arching the back.
3. exhale, bend down touching the forehead to knees, palms flat on the floor.
4. Inhale, right leg back, palms in line with the feet, chin up.
5. Retain the breath and bring the right leg back in plank position and go to adho mukha svanasana.
6. Exhale, go down to ashtangasana - the eight points of chin, palms, chest, knees and toes only touching the ground.
7. Inhale and come up in bhujangasana.
8, 9, 10, 11, 12 are repetition of 5, 4, 3,

2 and 1 in this order. Repeat the same on the left side replacing instructions for the right leg with the left leg to complete one round.

The sequence of asanas induces deep and rhythmic breathing, loosen up the joints in the body, tones the muscles and the internal organs, removes lethargy and makes the mind alert, balances the respiratory, circulatory, reproductive and the endocrine system, when done briskly burn extra fat in the body. Full body workout.

***Not to be done by people with fever, acute inflammation, blood toxicity, high BP, spinal disc herniation, back pain and having had surgery in the recent past.

Benefits of SURYA NAMASKAR

Gets in shape. Doing the Surya Namaskar at a quicker pace than expected is a decent cardio practice that can help in getting thinner.
Weight Reduction
Sparkling skin.
Better stomach related framework.
Guarantees customary menstrual cycle.
Cuts down glucose level.
Improves tension.
Enables your body to detox.
Fights sleep deprivation.

How frequently SURYA NAMASKAR ought to be done in a day?

Each arrangement of Surya Namaskar has 12 asanas. Along these lines, when you rehash it multiple times from the two sides, you are completing 288 postures. What can be better than this when you can complete 288 asanas in only 20 minutes. Doing one round of Surya Namaskar consumes roughly 14 calories.