Intermission is required to practice yoga
Scholars who have practiced yoga know that during the practice process, the coach will give everyone a rest session after each action is done. Some textbooks do not understand why you should pay attention to the rest during yoga practice, especially for beginners.I want to practice a lot of exercise to relieve the soreness, and often practice several actions at one breath-because I don’t understand the necessity of rest, I think it is a waste of time.
In fact, this kind of thought is wrong bit rate, it is very important to know the relaxation after a posture.
First of all, the effect of the previous posture can only be felt when the whole body is relaxed after completing one posture.
For example: After doing the action of evacuating the arms and meridians, relax your whole body, especially feeling the flow of blood in your arm, which flows to the tip of each of your fingers-to promote blood circulation in the nerve endings of your arms, and your hands are warm and ruddy.
In fact, the relaxation of the whole body after completing one posture is to make the next posture better stretch. So when practicing yoga, each posture can reach its own ability and stay for a while (to stimulate the effect of this part) Then slowly return to the original position.
Relax your body and close your eyes.
Move on to the next position.
Therefore, we should all pay attention to the rest in the practice, do not think that wasting time and blindly move, affect the practice effect, or even counterproductive.