Body and mind undergo some changes with the onset of the different seasons. It is important to keep a balanced mind and spirit and body, in every season. During the summer, our body tends to heat up, aggravation of dosha “beta.” According to Ayurveda, the human body has three doshas (batters) – vata, pitta and kapha. Beta is driven primarily by solar energy, so we need to calm down our energy internal heat in the summer to keep the balance.

Here are some yoga positions that can help you stay cool this summer:

Matsyasana (Fish Pose)

It derives the term ‘Matsyasana “from the Sanskrit word” Matsya “which means” fish “and” attitude “means asana. Matsyasana is the position where backbend practitioner of yoga lies on his back and lift the chest, while the release of his head to the back. In this position, and placed in the hands and legs on the mat, while inflating the chest on each inhalation. a few of the benefits of fish pose is:

  • Relieves tension from the neck & shoulders
  • More amount of oxygen is inhaled
  • Tones the pituitary glands
  • Gives a good stretch to your chest and neck

Ustrasana (Camel Pose)

Is derived from the Sanskrit word “Ostra ‘which means’ camel’ and asana means” attitude “, and this is a deep yoga back bend poses done in a kneeling position. This is the position to be very tough for beginners, once in fact, you can relax the entire body. Ustrasana stretch front full body including the hip flexors and open. as this mudra traditionally seen as “heart center”. Ustrasana benefits of yoga are:

  • Improves core strengths and stamina
  • Strengthens the shoulders and back
  • Improves digestion and cures constipation
  • Stimulates endocrine glands
  • Enhances overall fitness

Shavasana (Corpse Pose) 

Shavasana is one of the most relaxing postures in yoga positions. The exercise of this situation every day and relax the body, mind and spirit and help maintain balance. Corpse pose look like one of the easiest yoga postures, which requires any kind of expansion. But in real time, it is difficult also requires us to leave any kind of hold on every part of our body, which is extremely difficult. Overall, yoga sessions begin and end with this stance. The following are different benefits of Shavasana:

  • Improves focus, memory and concentration power
  • Lowers blood pressure and muscular tension
  • Rejuvenates your entire body, mind and soul
  • Helps in improving self-confidence

Uttanasana (Standing Forward Bend Pose)

The derivation of the word “Uttasana” from the Sanskrit “oud” language lyrics, “Tana”, Uttana “and” asana “, where” Massoud “means the prefix for the acts or names indicate excellence, ” spanned means,” Tana uttana “means an intense stretch and “asana” means the position. this position yoga stretching back of the body, stretching majorly hamstrings. to practice this asana, one has to stand on two legs, bend from the hips, allowing the president to hang, and put all of the palm near the feet. Uttanasana its forms different with unique health benefits of its kind. Here are some of the benefits Uttanasana:

  • Strengthens your spine and increase flexibility
  • Stimulates spleen, liver and kidneys
  • Lowers blood pressure
  • Calms the mind and soothes the nerves
  • Reduces anxiety, stress, depression and fatigue

The above-mentioned can practice yoga poses mentioned help you control your body in the heat of the interior, which can keep you cool and calm during the scorching summer season. Along with these situations, it is also important to maintain a healthy diet which is low in sodium, oil, and spices.

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