I like the idea of starting with 3 poses as well. I normally start with Sun Salutations, standing asanas, sitting asanas and then the ones on my back and tummy. This helps me do the entire regime in a flow.
Looking forward to sharing and learning new things on this forum!
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Welcome to a team that will love to help and support you in any way we can. As you think about building your sequence think in terms of a bell curve .... building up heat and flexibility and then cooling down. I always begin with the same three poses so my body knows it is yoga time.... child's pose, down dog and big toe. Then standing poses, seated poses, twists and supine poses.
Hi, I am new to this Forum but definitely not new to yoga. I have been putting off starting my yoga practise for a long time now and my body has started sounding the alarm bells. I have PCOD and Thyroid problems which makes shedding those unwanted kilos a big problem. The hormone medicines which I have been taking for some time is creating havoc inside my body. Today I decided enough is enough and have resolved to become a new person. Yoga is one such step which I am sure will help me in achieving my goals. I tried other forms of exercise and diet without much benefit. I am planning to build a daily yoga sequence for myself. Looking forward to talk to the fellow yoga lovers for tips on the routine and sequence which they found helpful.
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