5 asanas that will bring you back to life

Emotional burnout is officially recognized as a syndrome caused by excessive stress and chronic stress. It is characterized by low energy levels and reduced work capacity. Practice this complex to restore your vitality and take a deep breath.

Surya Namaskar

After completing even 5 rounds of Greeting to the Sun, you will already feel the influx of energy and the desire to move forward. By practicing this sequence, make the movements smooth and synchronize them with breathing.


Stand up straight, put your feet wide at the pelvis and turn slightly outwards. The roads are in the same direction as the fingers.

Bend your legs and lower your pelvis. Bend your arms and place your elbows on the inside of your legs. Reach to the top of the head.

Follow the dynamics to increase the load and get more energy. Hold your legs in the same place and lift your pelvis up, straighten your legs, then sit down again. Perform 10 times and linger in a static position.


Stand straight and bend your legs. If you lose your balance, place your feet at a certain distance from each other.

Bend your legs with your back straight, then put your hands behind your back in the lock and press them to your head. Watch the sensations in the shoulder joints, it should not hurt you.


Stand on all fours and place your palms and knees under your shoulders and hips accordingly. Spring your hands off the floor and round your back from the tailbone to the neck.

Tilt your head down. When you inhale, bend over, but keep pressing on your hands. Do not rest on your joints. To feel the spine better, tighten the right side and look at the right heel. Then tighten the left side and look at the left heel.

Salamba Sarvangasana

Inverted asanas are useful not only for their physiological effect, but also for psycho-mental.

Taking the opposite position, we give ourselves the opportunity to look at the situation from a different perspective, which allows us to find a solution that does not seem to exist.

Lie on your back and put your feet behind your head. Bend your arms and place your palms on your back.

Do not put your elbows apart, try to place them as close to each other as possible. Holding your back perpendicular to the floor, lift your legs up. Stretch your fingers up.

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