Yoga Photos in Nature and Most Beautiful Life Photos


Prepared by: Aytaç Özkardaş Gozzi
Photographs: Ozan Sacred

* Taken from Pozitif magazine.
Wild thing / Wild thing
until Camatkaras
– A pose that strengthens the whole body, opens and relaxes the rib cage …
– Begin with the Poza “Downward Facing Dog”. While breathing while standing, the upper leg above the left hip
raise the right leg, pull the abdomen in. As the hands root the ground, keep breathing. Now curl the foot above from the knee and carry your heel over the left hip. Place the hands to the ground to root. Keep the right foot parallel to the ground. Extend your left hand ahead of the ear or place it on the rib cage. Release your head so that you can relax on the ground.

Standing pigeon

Standing pigeon pose, which is a versatile pose, improves balance, increases the flexibility of the hip. While the muscles on the side of the ground work to maintain balance and carry the body, the hip in the direction of the bent leg above is well stretched. This is a pose that runners or people who take long walks can benefit from.
– Standing upright to apply the pose, press firmly on the ground with both feet. Give your body weight on one leg and throw it on the other leg. Find a position where you can stop naturally by lowering the hip down. Make sure that your knee in the direction you step on the ground does not exceed your toes. Keep the spine long, use the arms to balance. Hands can be in prayer position, on the sides or ahead, as here. Take care to apply both legs in equal time – in breath.

Camel pose
until USTRAS

– It is a strong back bend. Stimulates internal organs and neck. It stretches the entire front body, hips, abdomen, throat and rib cage. Strengthens the ankles, upper legs and back muscles. Corrects the posture. It increases the flexibility of the spine.
– To apply the pose, open the knees hip-width, toes attached to the ground; In breathing, lift the chest up, leave the shoulders back in breaths, keep the front of the hip on the knees, lower the right hand to the right heel for 5-6 breaths, then lower the left hand to the left heel. If the neck is comfortable, the head may hang back.

Bird of paradise
Svarga DvijaSana

– “Dvija” rebirth, “Svarga” means heaven. This advanced posture, using an advanced arm lock, opens and stretches the crotch, hip joints and shoulders. It improves balance while increasing concentration. It allows the legs to get into shape.
– Pass the left arm under the left leg and catch the left hand with your right hand on your back. If the right cannot catch the left, you can also use an arch. To balance, focus on one point and keep your eyes on that. Slowly lift your right leg off the ground. Once you find your balance, lift the upper body and straighten it.

Crow
, program until

– Bakasana, which has an arm balance, especially strengthens the arms, wrists and abdomen. Opening the groin.

– Crouch by bending the knees, feet close together, knees a little lighter than hip level. Lean forward and place your hands 5-10 cm ahead of your toes, with your fingers open. Focus on a spot about 1 meter from the ground. Rest your knees on the upper arm, just down the armpit. Pull your stomach in, keep the coccyx down. First, lift one foot off the ground, put it in place and lift the other. After repeating a little, try lifting both feet.
– You can apply the movement in a smaller way. Its
crouch down on the ground, place your hands forward with the fingers open. Place the inwardly facing part of the knees in the area just above the elbows and try to cut your feet off the ground. You can apply which version comes easier. In this pose, although we have only two hands on the floor and the whole body seems to carry these hands, we actually raise our body on the upper arms. When applying the pose, do not drop your head forward,
Try to look forward, not down. Otherwise, you may lose your balance and roll forward. Initially put a soft blanket in front of you so that you are not afraid to fall. During the movement, focus on your abdomen rather than your arms.
– Bakasana, which has an arm balance, especially strengthens the arms, wrists and abdomen. Opening the groin.
– Crouch by bending the knees, feet close together, knees a little lighter than hip level. Lean forward and place your hands 5-10 cm ahead of your toes, with your fingers open. Focus on a spot about 1 meter from the ground. Rest your knees on the upper arm, just down the armpit. Pull your stomach in, keep the coccyx down. First, lift one foot off the ground, put it in place and lift the other. After repeating a little, try lifting both feet.
– You can apply the movement in a smaller way. Its
crouch down on the ground, place your hands forward with the fingers open. Place the inwardly facing part of the knees in the area just above the elbows and try to cut your feet off the ground. You can apply which version comes easier. In this pose, although we have only two hands on the floor and the whole body seems to carry these hands, we actually raise our body on the upper arms. When applying the pose, do not drop your head forward,
Try to look forward, not down. Otherwise, you may lose your balance and roll forward. Initially put a soft blanket in front of you so that you are not afraid to fall. During the movement, focus on your abdomen rather than your arms.

Lotus
Padmasana

In Sanskrit language, “padma” means lotus (lotus flower). Padmasana sitting provides a good balance, calming the brain. It makes it easy to dominate the spine and head and allows you to turn inside. For this reason, although it is a perfect fit for meditation, it is quite difficult for beginners. Advanced ones can use this sitting in daily meditation. Beginners need to meditate with a pose that suits them, in which they feel comfortable.
– Apply Padmasana slowly and calmly. Listen to your body. Make short trials at the beginning and increase the time over time. Any
Exit the pose when you feel pain, discomfort. Padmasana is a double-sided pose, so work sequentially with both legs in your trials.
– To apply the pose, stretch the legs forward and sit upright. As you breathe, hold your right foot by bending your right leg. While exhaling, bending your left leg, hold your left foot and sit on your right thigh so that your heel is close to your belly, lower your left knee on the ground. During Asana, your soles should be turned up, your arms should be straight, your palms should look up.

Monkey pose
until Hanumanas

The pose, named after the famous Indian epic Ramayana, has an interesting story. The hero of the epic, Hanuman, crossed in a leap between South India and Sri Lanka. This pose also represents his leap.

– A medium pose. It opens the hip, stretches and strengthens the hamstring muscles. Before the pose, it is absolutely necessary to warm up with hip opening movements. It stimulates the abdominal organs and improves their function.

– Do not apply this pose if there is any injury or discomfort in your hamstring or groin area. Respect your body’s limits, do not force yourself to fully open the legs. You can also apply it by placing a blanket under your knees and wrists.

– Start moving on your knees. Put your right foot forward and touch the ground with only the outer heel of the foot. Tilt your torso forward as you exhale, touch the ground with your fingertips. Slowly move your left knee back until the knee and foot are on the ground. Again, slowly slide the right leg forward so that it completely touches the ground. Move the left foot back and the right foot forward to the split position. The right toes should point to the sky, and the upper part of the left foot should touch the ground.

Hollow back
– Hand postures activate all major muscle groups in the body. While the muscles in the arms, shoulders and chest carry the body; core region, abdominal and back muscles provide stability. The legs also work, acting as a lever and reducing the pressure on other muscles.

Hand postures reverse normal blood flow, thereby increasing circulation in the upper body and reducing pressure in the legs and feet. It is also useful for the spine, brain, and pituitary gland. While the blood flow to the brain energizes, it also acts as a calming function. Back bends in hand postures, when applied correctly, energize the nervous system while energizing the body.

– Place your hands firmly as far as a lower arm from the tree. Put your feet against the tree by jumping with one leg as if you were up to hand posture. While keeping your gaze in your hands, place the other foot on the tree. Tilt the hip towards the tree, holding the legs together as if something is squeezing between the two legs. Push your rib cage forward. If you can’t make a hand stand on the wall, don’t try this pose.

Yoga in nature

Breathe clean, abundant oxygen air in every breath. Let the sun warm gently, sweet
let a wind caress your skin. Listen to the sounds of birds instead of the noise of the city. Trees,
May the flowers accompany you.

* Taken from Pozitif magazine.
Wild thing / Wild thing
until Camatkaras
– A pose that strengthens the whole body, opens and relaxes the rib cage …
– Begin with the Poza “Downward Facing Dog”. While breathing while standing, the upper leg above the left hip
raise the right leg, pull the abdomen in. As the hands root the ground, keep breathing. Now curl the foot above from the knee and carry your heel over the left hip. Place the hands to the ground to root. Keep the right foot parallel to the ground. Extend your left hand ahead of the ear or place it on the rib cage. Release your head so that you can relax on the ground.

Prepared by: Aytaç Özkardaş Gozzi
Photographs: Ozan Sacred

* Taken from Pozitif magazine.
Wild thing / Wild thing
until Camatkaras
– A pose that strengthens the whole body, opens and relaxes the rib cage …
– Begin with the Poza “Downward Facing Dog”. While breathing while standing, the upper leg above the left hip
raise the right leg, pull the abdomen in. As the hands root the ground, keep breathing. Now curl the foot above from the knee and carry your heel over the left hip. Place the hands to the ground to root. Keep the right foot parallel to the ground. Extend your left hand ahead of the ear or place it on the rib cage. Release your head so that you can relax on the ground.

Standing pigeon

Standing pigeon pose, which is a versatile pose, improves balance, increases the flexibility of the hip. While the muscles on the side of the ground work to maintain balance and carry the body, the hip in the direction of the bent leg above is well stretched. This is a pose that runners or people who take long walks can benefit from.
– Standing upright to apply the pose, press firmly on the ground with both feet. Give your body weight on one leg and throw it on the other leg. Find a position where you can stop naturally by lowering the hip down. Make sure that your knee in the direction you step on the ground does not exceed your toes. Keep the spine long, use the arms to balance. Hands can be in prayer position, on the sides or ahead, as here. Take care to apply both legs in equal time – in breath.

Camel pose
until USTRAS

– It is a strong back bend. Stimulates internal organs and neck. It stretches the entire front body, hips, abdomen, throat and rib cage. Strengthens the ankles, upper legs and back muscles. Corrects the posture. It increases the flexibility of the spine.
– To apply the pose, open the knees hip-width, toes attached to the ground; In breathing, lift the chest up, leave the shoulders back in breaths, keep the front of the hip on the knees, lower the right hand to the right heel for 5-6 breaths, then lower the left hand to the left heel. If the neck is comfortable, the head may hang back.

Bird of paradise
Svarga DvijaSana

– “Dvija” rebirth, “Svarga” means heaven. This advanced posture, using an advanced arm lock, opens and stretches the crotch, hip joints and shoulders. It improves balance while increasing concentration. It allows the legs to get into shape.
– Pass the left arm under the left leg and catch the left hand with your right hand on your back. If the right cannot catch the left, you can also use an arch. To balance, focus on one point and keep your eyes on that. Slowly lift your right leg off the ground. Once you find your balance, lift the upper body and straighten it.

Crow
, program until

– Bakasana, which has an arm balance, especially strengthens the arms, wrists and abdomen. Opening the groin.

– Crouch by bending the knees, feet close together, knees a little lighter than hip level. Lean forward and place your hands 5-10 cm ahead of your toes, with your fingers open. Focus on a spot about 1 meter from the ground. Rest your knees on the upper arm, just down the armpit. Pull your stomach in, keep the coccyx down. First, lift one foot off the ground, put it in place and lift the other. After repeating a little, try lifting both feet.
– You can apply the movement in a smaller way. Its
crouch down on the ground, place your hands forward with the fingers open. Place the inwardly facing part of the knees in the area just above the elbows and try to cut your feet off the ground. You can apply which version comes easier. In this pose, although we have only two hands on the floor and the whole body seems to carry these hands, we actually raise our body on the upper arms. When applying the pose, do not drop your head forward,
Try to look forward, not down. Otherwise, you may lose your balance and roll forward. Initially put a soft blanket in front of you so that you are not afraid to fall. During the movement, focus on your abdomen rather than your arms.
– Bakasana, which has an arm balance, especially strengthens the arms, wrists and abdomen. Opening the groin.
– Crouch by bending the knees, feet close together, knees a little lighter than hip level. Lean forward and place your hands 5-10 cm ahead of your toes, with your fingers open. Focus on a spot about 1 meter from the ground. Rest your knees on the upper arm, just down the armpit. Pull your stomach in, keep the coccyx down. First, lift one foot off the ground, put it in place and lift the other. After repeating a little, try lifting both feet.
– You can apply the movement in a smaller way. Its
crouch down on the ground, place your hands forward with the fingers open. Place the inwardly facing part of the knees in the area just above the elbows and try to cut your feet off the ground. You can apply which version comes easier. In this pose, although we have only two hands on the floor and the whole body seems to carry these hands, we actually raise our body on the upper arms. When applying the pose, do not drop your head forward,
Try to look forward, not down. Otherwise, you may lose your balance and roll forward. Initially put a soft blanket in front of you so that you are not afraid to fall. During the movement, focus on your abdomen rather than your arms.

Lotus
Padmasana

In Sanskrit language, “padma” means lotus (lotus flower). Padmasana sitting provides a good balance, calming the brain. It makes it easy to dominate the spine and head and allows you to turn inside. For this reason, although it is a perfect fit for meditation, it is quite difficult for beginners. Advanced ones can use this sitting in daily meditation. Beginners need to meditate with a pose that suits them, in which they feel comfortable.
– Apply Padmasana slowly and calmly. Listen to your body. Make short trials at the beginning and increase the time over time. Any
Exit the pose when you feel pain, discomfort. Padmasana is a double-sided pose, so work sequentially with both legs in your trials.
– To apply the pose, stretch the legs forward and sit upright. As you breathe, hold your right foot by bending your right leg. While exhaling, bending your left leg, hold your left foot and sit on your right thigh so that your heel is close to your belly, lower your left knee on the ground. During Asana, your soles should be turned up, your arms should be straight, your palms should look up.

Monkey pose
until Hanumanas

The pose, named after the famous Indian epic Ramayana, has an interesting story. The hero of the epic, Hanuman, crossed in a leap between South India and Sri Lanka. This pose also represents his leap.

– A medium pose. It opens the hip, stretches and strengthens the hamstring muscles. Before the pose, it is absolutely necessary to warm up with hip opening movements. It stimulates the abdominal organs and improves their function.

– Do not apply this pose if there is any injury or discomfort in your hamstring or groin area. Respect your body’s limits, do not force yourself to fully open the legs. You can also apply it by placing a blanket under your knees and wrists.

– Start moving on your knees. Put your right foot forward and touch the ground with only the outer heel of the foot. Tilt your torso forward as you exhale, touch the ground with your fingertips. Slowly move your left knee back until the knee and foot are on the ground. Again, slowly slide the right leg forward so that it completely touches the ground. Move the left foot back and the right foot forward to the split position. The right toes should point to the sky, and the upper part of the left foot should touch the ground.

Hollow back
– Hand postures activate all major muscle groups in the body. While the muscles in the arms, shoulders and chest carry the body; core region, abdominal and back muscles provide stability. The legs also work, acting as a lever and reducing the pressure on other muscles.

Hand postures reverse normal blood flow, thereby increasing circulation in the upper body and reducing pressure in the legs and feet. It is also useful for the spine, brain, and pituitary gland. While the blood flow to the brain energizes, it also acts as a sedative. Back bends in hand postures, when applied correctly, energize the nervous system while energizing the body.

– Place your hands firmly as far as a lower arm from the tree. Put your feet against the tree by jumping with one leg as if you were up to hand posture. While keeping your gaze in your hands, place the other foot on the tree. Tilt the hip towards the tree, holding the legs together as if something is squeezing between the two legs. Push your rib cage forward. If you can’t make a hand stand on the wall, don’t try this pose.





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