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A beginner yoga routine is designed to introduce you to the fundamental yoga poses and concepts while emphasizing proper alignment, breath control, and relaxation. Here’s a basic yoga routine suitable for beginners:

Duration: Aim for a 20-30 minute session, gradually increasing the duration as you become more comfortable with the poses. Practice this routine 3-5 times a week for optimal results.

1. Centering and Breathing (2 minutes)

  • Begin by sitting cross-legged or on your heels with your eyes closed.
  • Take slow, deep breaths, focusing on each inhalation and exhalation.
  • Set an intention for your practice or express gratitude.

2. Warm-Up (5 minutes)

  • Cat-Cow Stretch: Start on your hands and knees, arch your back on inhale (Cow Pose), and round your back on exhale (Cat Pose).
  • Downward-Facing Dog: Push your hips up, forming an inverted “V” shape, while pressing your heels toward the floor.

3. Standing Poses (5 minutes)

  • Mountain Pose (Tadasana): Stand tall with your feet together, arms at your sides.
  • Forward Bend (Uttanasana): From Mountain Pose, fold forward at your hips, keeping your knees slightly bent.
  • Warrior I (Virabhadrasana I): Step one foot back, bend your front knee, and extend your arms overhead.

4. Balance Poses (5 minutes)

  • Tree Pose (Vrksasana): Stand on one leg and place the sole of your other foot on your inner thigh or calf.
  • Eagle Pose (Garudasana): Cross one leg over the other and wrap your arms together.

5. Seated Poses (5 minutes)

  • Staff Pose (Dandasana): Sit with your legs extended, spine straight.
  • Bound Angle Pose (Baddha Konasana): Bring the soles of your feet together in front of you.

6. Gentle Backbends (5 minutes)

  • Cobra Pose (Bhujangasana): Lie on your stomach, place your hands under your shoulders, and lift your chest.
  • Bridge Pose (Setu Bandha Sarvangasana): Lie on your back, bend your knees, and lift your hips.

7. Cool Down and Relaxation (2 minutes)

  • Child’s Pose (Balasana): Kneel with your big toes touching and sit back on your heels while reaching your arms forward.
  • Corpse Pose (Savasana): Lie flat on your back with your arms and legs extended. Close your eyes and relax.

8. Final Breathing and Meditation (3 minutes)

  • Sit comfortably with your eyes closed.
  • Focus on your breath, inhaling and exhaling deeply and slowly.
  • Let go of any remaining stress or thoughts.

Finish your practice with a few minutes of meditation, allowing your mind to become still and peaceful.

This beginner yoga routine provides a foundational introduction to yoga practice, encompassing warm-up, asanas (poses), balance, stretching, and relaxation. Take your time to become familiar with each pose and focus on proper alignment. Gradually advance to more complex poses and extend the duration of your

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