It might be frightening to try yoga if you’ve never done it before. It’s simple to worry that you won’t be flexible enough, in good enough condition, or won’t even appear funny.

The bizarre arm-balancing and pretzel postures that are so popular on social media aren’t the only things that yoga is, though. Starting off simple and progressing to more difficult positions may be simple.

Here is a sequence that may get you started, regardless of whether you want to learn some fundamental postures before enrolling in a class, get advice on where to start your at-home practice, or learn a few poses to increase flexibility.

1. The Mountain Pose (Tadasana)
Given that it consists primarily of standing, this stance appears simple. But all other standing postures and inversions are based on it.

Actively performing this will ground you while also training your body and legs. This has the potential to boost confidence and reduce anxiety.

2.Moving Forward (Uttanasana)
Take a deep breath when you’re prepared to continue.

As you breathe in, raise your arms over your head and to the sides.
Release your arms and fold your torso over your legs while exhaling (either in front of your body or out to the side, like a swan dive). Have at least a small bend in your knees when going through it the first time. Your hamstrings will feel chilly when you first begin, regardless of how flexible you are, so you should be careful with them.

3.Planking Pose (Uttihita Chaturanga Dandasana)
All of the muscles in your front body are working in this vigorous stance.

Put your hands flat on the ground while bending your knees as much as necessary to do so from Forward Fold. Move one leg back at a time until you are in a high plank position.
Pull your belly button toward your spine while maintaining parallel and active legs.
Here, exhale deeply while engaging your arms and core.

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