I love my morning yoga routine.
Each morning I spend about 5 to 10 minutes meditating and practicing these feel-good yoga poses below.
They'll help calm my mind, give me more energy, stretch, open my tight hips, and loosen the lower back.
I always walk away feeling centered, focused, and ready to tackle the day.
But it's not just me who knows the benefit of yoga.
According to Timothy Mccall, M.D., you can learn to quiet your mind with yoga as the practice of yoga helps you slow down the mental loops of frustration, regret, anger, fear, and desire that often causes stress (1).
Yoga is a mind-body practice that combines physical poses, controlled breathing, meditation, and relaxation. Yoga helps reduce stress because it promotes relaxation, which is the opposite of stress.
Buddha once said "What you think, you become. What you feel, you attract. What you imagine, you create."
Our mind is full of power to attract and create what we internally meditate on.
Starting off your morning right with this five-minute yoga sequence will not only make you feel more energized and powered up but also leave a positive effect on your mind and set you out to materialize what you set your mind to create.
That's the power of yoga and its practice.
Let's also not forget yoga is all about breathing. Learn to breathe through different poses and be aware of how it opens up your lungs and circulates your energy.
Yoga is without a doubt a physical practice with its bodily merits. In addition to the yoga benefits mentioned above, this ancient practice bears important health benefits.
This morning yoga routine will rev your metabolism, strengthen the core and improve your flexibility, respiration, and vitality.
If you're ready to refresh your mind and feel more energized, grab your yoga mat and let's get started.
5-Minute Yoga Morning Routine
There you have it!
Five-minute morning yoga routine to calm and refocus your mind and wake up your body.
There's no better way to kick start your day than this morning yoga sequence.
We recommend practicing yoga on a yoga mat to protect your hands, knees, and wrists from a hard surface.
Also, slip-resistant yoga shoes or socks can help prevent your feet from slipping while taking a pose.
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Also, don't forget to check out our yoga poster below. It's perfect to have it at home for referencing poses.
Leave us a comment below to let us know how you feel after performing this 5-minute yoga sequence.