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Can We Do Yoga In Evening & What Are The Poses You Can Try in Evening?


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Can We Do Yoga In Evening & What Are The Poses You Can Try in Evening?

Can We Do Yoga In the Evening?

Yes, we can do Yoga in the evening as there is no perfect time to do Yoga. We live in a society where people have a different lifestyle, and you can do Yoga whenever you like, either in the evening or morning.

Practising Yoga in the evening is suitable for your digestion as it helps with digesting the food you consume during lunch. Compared to the morning, many people feel more energetic in the evening, allowing you to practice any kind of pose. Doing Yoga in the evening helps you calm, which is excellent for quality and sound sleep at night. Another significant advantage of practising Yoga in the evening is it enables you to relax.

Yoga Poses You Can Try in Evening?

1) Adho Mukha Svanasana (Downward Facing Dog)


As the name suggests, this pose resembles to the position of a downward-facing dog. Practising this pose daily develop strength and warm up your body. It would help if you started your evening yoga with this pose as it stretches your entire body, for example, your shoulder, shoulder blades, hamstring, calf muscles, etc. This Yoga pose also helps to improve your memory and concentration.

2) Triangle Pose (Trikonasana)


The benefits of practising triangle Pose are that it helps reduce waistline fat, tone the entire body, stimulate the nervous system and improve digestion. Triangle poses help to relieve pain in the lower back, stress & sluggish digestion. It also helps open your chest and shoulders.

This Yoga helps you not only just stretch your body and improve overall stability and balance both mentally & physically. People suffering from the back condition should not try this pose.

3) Standing Wide-Legged Forward Fold (Prasarita Padottanasana)

This pose is a little challenging for beginners, but it has immense benefits, such as it tones the abdominal orangs, stretches, and strengthens your legs and spine, helps calm your brain, makes you feel relaxed, and relieves mild backache.

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4) Garland Pose (Mālāsana)

Malasana, also known as Garland Pose, strengthens the legs, groins, knees, and back of your body. It opens up the chests and shoulders. Garland Pose increasing circulation and blood flow to the pelvic region, improving metabolism and digestion.

5) Seated Spinal Twist (Ardha Matsyendrasana)


If you have a problem with digestion, you should practice this pose promotes good digestion. Seated Spinal Twist is a restorative yoga pose, and it improves spinal mobility. It can help you relieve lower back pain, massage your internal organs & tone the belly. Seated Spinal Twist is often performed in the end.

6) Pigeon Pose (Kapotasana)

If you want to stretch your hips & lower back, then this is the pose for you. If performed correctly, it can increase the flexibility of the hip and lower back muscles and good digestion. Many people believe it can alleviate mental stress or worry since Ayurveda claims these emotions are stored in the hips.

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7) Corpse pose (Shavasana)


Savasana or Corpse pose looks like the easiest post in whole yoga practice. However, if you start doing it, you will realize that Savasana is one of the most challenging yoga poses. It requires high concentration, but Savasana is more than any asana.

It is believed that you should practise this pose every 30 minutes of doing Yoga. Savasana helps in building your mind and concentration power. It also helps reduce headaches, maintains your cortisol levels, and reduces stress.

8) Sphinx Pose (Salamba Bhujangasana)

If you are a beginner, then you should practise this pose as it is easy to do. Sphinx Pose is one of the healthiest things you can do for your back on a regular basis. A lot of problems in your back will be solved if you do this regularly. This pose is also suitable for stretching & open up your chest, lungs, and shoulders.

9) Happy Baby (Ananda Balasana)

If you are struggling with some muscular issue, you should give this happy baby pose a try. This pose is a good opener for your hips and joints. A happy baby is also an excellent stretch for your hamstrings, glutes, lower back and inner thighs. Practising happy baby daily can help you keep your brain calm and relieve stress & anxiety. It also helps with digestion.

10) Goddess Pose (Supta Baddha Konasana)

If you want to increase your core strength and improve your shoulders strength without building bulk, you should try this pose. Goddess Pose also strengthen your chest,  legs, calves, abs, and knees.

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