Yoga is an eternal health practice, which is beneficial for all individuals belonging to different age groups. It can revitalize youth and vitality as it not only offers benefits for physical health but also stimulates brain functions. Some Yoga practices such as Ganesh Namaskar and Ganesh Mudra are considered effective in improving learning abilities among both kids and adults.
Some Yoga practices are effective in improving learning abilities
Yoga delays the onset of mental issues like dementia and Alzheimer‘s disease and fosters a resilient and sound mind. Some Yoga asanas are effective in enhancing memory and brain health.
Paschimottanasana also known as Seated Forward Bending is quite beneficial for memory enhancement. First, sit in staff pose with slightly bent knees. Raise the arms, with an erect spine. Breathe out while bending forward and carry the upper body over the lower body. While bending lower the arms to catch the big toes. Try to place the tip of the nose on the knees and hold the position for a sustained duration.
Bakasana or Crane pose also helps improve brain functioning. Start with an equal-standing pose. Place the palms slightly away from the feet, point them forward, and spread them apart. Bend your elbow and place the knees under the armpits. While leaning forward, transfer the body weight to the arms and lift both feet off the ground. Straighten up the arms and achieve the balance as much as possible.
In Sarvangasana, first, lie down on the back and keep the arms beside, keep the forearms on the back for support, lift the legs, and place them vertically upright with feet toward the sky. Try to raise the pelvis and come back to the floor. People should try to make a straight line from shoulder to toe.
Sirshasana – This headstand pose offers multiple health benefits, improves memory, and enhances blood circulation. Start with the knees, keep the elbows on the floor, and make an equilateral triangle while interlocking palms and elbows. Place the head on the floor with the support of the palms. Slowly straighten the back, lift one leg at a time, align both legs with the upper body, and try to achieve balance through core strength.