Seated Yoga Poses
Stay supple in your yoga practice with twisting asanas. Tone the belly, massage your internal organs, and relieve lower back pain in these seated yoga poses.
Although this seated posture looks simple and even commonplace, when you practice it with a clear intention, Sukhasana has the power to draw you deep inside, leading you toward a meditative state and revealing the immense joy present within your heart.
Half Lord of The Fishes
Twists increase flexibility in the spine. They help calm the mind, relax the nervous system, improve digestion, and cleanse the internal organs. Half Lord of the Fishes Pose is a popular seated twist.
Lotus Pose is traditionally known to calm the mind and prepare the practitioner for deep meditation. It also stretches the knees, ankles, and hips; and strengthens the spine and upper back.
One of the most popular yoga poses for building up core strength. You will see Meddy practicing this pose frequently. Boat Pose is commonly referred to as — Navasana (nah-VAHS-uh-nuh) — tones the abdominal muscles while improving your strength in the lower back.
Kneel on the floor. Step your right foot forward about a foot in front of your left knee, and rotate your right thigh outwardly. Do this by lifting the inner sole away from the floor and resting the foot on the outer heel.