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Body flexibility means the range of motion of your different body joints and muscles. Body flexibility depends on person to person according to their daily life habits and exercise routine.

Body Flexibility can increase by yoga asana on a regular basis. In Rishikesh Wellness we will provide you yoga classes in this course of body flexibility. In yoga asans you have to bend your muscles more than its range or till than you start feeling pain than you have to hold this position for 10 minutes. Holding of position for every muscles and joints will make your body flexible. In Rishikesh Wellness classes of body, flexibility course is based on the guests. For Beginners We provide training in a slow process that bending muscles and joints can't harm your body so we provide classes in the basis of level of guests.

There are many after effects of a good flexible body. It increases your range of motion so that you can work more efficiently. A flexible body is less prone to injury as compared to a rigid body but before performing any stretching exercise you should perform warming exercise. Here in this course, you should perform warming exercise for 10-15 minutes to make your muscles warm which decreases the risk of injury. In Rishikesh Wellness we take care of your health and mind state also.

Join the Rishikesh Wellness one of the Wellness centers for the best wellness retreat in Rishikesh. Increase your body flexibility with us in this course which makes you fit to do any work and it also increase your stamina.


1- Reclined hand to big toe pose (SUPTA PADANGUSTHASANA)

There are numerous ways to do this pose, keeping your leg as straight as possible is the best way to stretch your groins, hips, hamstrings, calves. Don’t worry about how high you can lift your leg. Starts with lying on your back with your knees bent. The soles of both feet flat on the floor. Bring your right knee in towards your chest. Stretch your right leg straight up. Activate both feet. Keep your hip flat down on the mat. Make sure to keep both the thigh bone and the upper arm bone settled in their sockets. After five to ten breaths, repeat with the another leg.

2- Half lord of the fishes pose (ARDHA MATSYENDRASANA)

It little bit seems like GOMUKHASANA. Sit and cross you legs put your right leg in front. Put right foot to the outside of your left thigh with the right knee up and right sole flat on the floor. Put your left foot to the outside of your right buttock and the left foot on the floor. Twist to the right and bring your right hand to the floor behind you and your left elbow to the outside of your right knee. Activate your left hand and press the right foot into your mat. After five to ten breath like this, release and do it with other hand.

3- Cow face pose (GOMUKHASANA)

This pose is quite challenging it helps to stretch the biceps, pectorals, trapezius, and serratus anterior. Sit and stack your right knee on top of your left knee at your midline with the feet reaching toward the opposite buttock. Lift your right arm and then bend your elbow so that your right hand come to your upper back. Reach your left arm to the left and then bend your left elbow down so your left hand is reaching up the centre of your back and lock your both hand behind the back. Keep holding both elbows toward the midline for one to two minutes. Then release and do it with the other side.

4- Downward facing dog (ADHO MUKHA SVANASANA)

This pose is good for everything, particularly body flexibility. Come to your hands and knees with the knees slightly behind your hips. Bend your toes under and lift your knees from the floor. Lift up by straightening your legs and pedal your feet one at a time. Hold the position for a least five breaths while pushing strongly into the palms of your hands and maintaining the inverted V shape of the posture. This posture can helps you to increase your body flexibility.

5- Eye of the needle pose (SUCIRANDHRASANA)

This pose gives lots of benefits as this pose offers a good way to stretch the hip flexors. By doing this pose regularly you can improve your body flexibility. If you are looking for more intensity, you can substitute in Pigeon. To do this yoga pose lie on your back with your knees bent and the soles of your feet on the floor put right ankle on the top of left thigh, opening right knee to the right. Lift your left foot off the floor and bring left thigh towards your chest. Through the gap between your legs reach your right hand to clasp your hands around the back of your left thigh. Bring your left knee closer to your chest, after five to ten breaths, do it with another leg.


This pose opens up your shoulders, lungs, and chest. Sit on your knees step your right foot forward and lower your left knee on the mat. stretch your left arm up towards the roof top. lift your left heel toward your left glute and take your right hand behind of your back and hold your left foot or ankle with it. Stay three to five breaths then relax and try it with other side. this pose helps you to improve your body balance. This pose increases your ability to concentrate and also builds core awareness. If you practice this yoga pose regularly, your body will be toned and energized.


This pose is best for stretching of hamstrings and hips. Bent down from your waist put your right foot in between your hands hand. Step your left foot toward the front of your mat up to the distance of five inches and out to the left side about three inches. Distance is depend upon your body flexibility. Straighten your both legs and lift you hip up. Inhale to come to a flat back. Exhale to lower your chest toward your right knee. Repeat this process of lengthening on the inhalation and deepening on the exhalation for about five breaths then do it with the other side.


This pose stretches the calves, groins, shoulders, hamstrings, chest, and spine. Bent down your body from your waist. Step your right foot straight on the mat. Take your right hand forward about 4-8 inches according to your hand size. Lift your left leg up and open your chest to the left side and right hand straight towards the ground. Lift your left leg backward parallel to the floor flexing the left foot. Your right leg should be straight. Look up to your left fingertips. After around five breaths, try the other side. It helps relieve stress and improves digestion.


Squatting is the best natural way to sit. Malasana stretches the thighs, groin, hips, ankles, and torso. stand up on your mat with your feet about 10 inches apart. Bend your knees and sit to in the squatting position. Bring your elbows to the insides of your knees and take your hands into the Namaskar position at your heart. Now gently push the knees apart with using your elbows. Hold this position up to 1 to 2 minutes and stand up relax then repeat it. This Yoga pose improves balance, concentration, and focus.

10- Revolved Triangle Pose (Parivrtta Trikonasana)

Stand at the center of your mat. Take a deep breath and bring your right foot 90 degrees to the forward and your left foot in about 45 degree. the distance between both should be up to 3 feet. Extend your arms straight and bend down your body. Bring your left arm down at the side of your right leg which is forward and your right hand straight up towards the ceiling. Now look at your right hand. Parivrtta Trikonasana helps in strengthens and stretches the legs, hips, and spine, relieves mild back pain. It improves sense of balance and open your chest to improve breathing.

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