Top three Yoga Poses Will Improve Your Concentration

With all the day by day distractions, we are faced with it can be tough to live focused and productive. Thankfully, yoga can help improve your concentration according to Vedyou! One of our favorite methods to enhance our concentration is via stepping far away from our desks and onto our mats to practice those 3 balancing poses.

1-Tree Pose

The tree Yoga Pose is the easy pose for A beginner. We can say that this poses A beginner-friendly balance posture, Tree Pose requires attention, body awareness and concentration on a single point in space.

How to practice Tree Pose:

  • First of all, find Mountain Pose with your feet together
  • Focus your gaze on one still point directly in front of you
  • Bring your palms to your heart
    On your gasp, lift your right foot off the floor
  • On your exhale, externally rotate your hip so that your knee and your toes are pointing outward
    Hold for 5 full breaths and switch legs

2- Dancer Pose

This is the best balance pose, back-bend, and hip opener all in one, Dancer Pose requires full body awareness and immense focus to execute.

How to practice Dancer Pose:

  • Find Mountain Pose with your feet together
  • Focus your gaze on one still point in front of you
  • Bend your right knee and grab onto your right foot with your right hand
  • Square your hips toward the top of your mat, press your foot into your hands and start to lift your arm towards the sky
  • Hinge forward at the waist while expanding your chest forward
    Hold for 5 full breaths, return to mountain pose and switch legs

3- Eagle Pose

This is also a balancing pose method to enhance our concentration. Eagle Pose brings in two twists which can make it very challenging.

How to practice Eagle Pose:

  • Find Mountain Pose with your feet touching
  • Focus your gaze on one still point in front of you
  • Bend into your right knee as you lift your left leg up and over, crossing at the knees and again at the calf
  • Hook your left foot around your right ankle to secure the pose
    Sink your hips lower, as if you were moving into Chair Pose
  • Open your arms out wide and move them in toward your body
    Cross your right elbow beneath your left and bring your palms together
  • Hold for 5 full breaths and switch legs
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