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Rejuvenate Your Health With 10 minutes of yoga a day

January 28, 2023 |

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Rejuvenate Your Health With 10 minutes of yoga a day

Regular stress in your professional and personal life can take a toll on your physical health. If you want to overcome the feeling of exhaustion, a quick yoga session of 10 minutes can be enough. Finding it hard to believe?

Indeed, most of you won’t believe what we said just now. But once you become a part of the yoga classes in Bangalore at Sri Krishna Wellness Yoga & Cultural Centre, you will know that we have shared the truth.

While many yoga studios are planning classes of minutes, we are maintaining a completely different approach in our methods. We know that busy professionals cannot devote 45 minutes of their time daily to yoga practice. But once we reduce the time to a mere figure of 10, we have everyone in a comfort zone.

A 10-minute long session of yoga is sufficient to take care of your health and provide you with the fitness necessary to enjoy a healthy life.

A quick solution to fitness

Indeed, we are also happy to see how the 10 minutes session is effective in enhancing the physical state and mindfulness of every individual. And you can work out for these 10 minutes every day, even if you are tired. Because after the yoga session, you will feel so rejuvenated that you can do some real brainstorming work or have some fun with the kids after the session.

Are you wondering how can such a quick yoga session help you? Let us share more details.

10-minute yoga sessions

If your age is between 20 and 40, then you are going to benefit the most from this quick yoga session.

We can start your session with Surya Namaskar.

Surya Namaskar

Surya Namaskar yoga sequence. Sun salutation steps in yoga. Engraved vector illustration in white background

This is the ideal one, especially if you are doing it in the morning. There are 12 poses of the Surya Namaskar. Each of these postures has individual health benefits so, you can boost the cardiovascular system, improve the blood circulation level, enhance digestive power, tone arm muscles, increase body flexibility and strengthen the spine.

The 12 steps are

  • Pranamasana or Prayer pose
  • Hastauttanasana or the Raised arm pose
  • Hasta Padasana or hand-to-foot pose
  • Ashwa sanchalanasana or Equestrian pose
  • Dandasana or Stick pose
  • Ashtanga Namaskara or salute using eight parts or points
  • Bhujangasana or Cobra pose
  • Parvatasana or Mountain pose

And then the repetition of the Equestrian pose, hand-to-foot pose, raised arm pose, and concluding with Tadasana.


Chaturanga is a yoga posture that is a dynamic form of plank-based movement. It is usually present in the middle of the yoga flow, it will link the downward do and the upward dog poses. It’s the perfect combination of a plank and the standard narrow-hand press-up to work on the core, chest, shoulder, and triceps.

The challenge will be a level higher if we ask to slow down. We encourage all our yoga enthusiasts to join our yoga studio in Bangalore and have some real fun with the 10 minutes session.

The bend and stretch plan

If the Surya namaskar is not suitable for you or we want to bring in some refreshing change in the yoga routine, we can go for the bend and stretch plan.


Let’s start with this forward bend posture in a seating position that will help the blood to flow and cool the mind to relieve stress. If we see you struggling to maintain the pose, we ask you to rest the hand on your knees and then bend forward as much as possible.

Ten rounds of this yoga will take only 3 minutes

Hasta padmasana

This is another purpose that makes up the Surya Namaskar. It’s a hand-to-foot pose that will strengthen your legs, ankles, and hamstrings. This one will also take only 3 minutes to complete ten rounds.

Anulom Vilom

And when we have elderly people in our classes, try Anulom Vilom. It will take only a couple of minutes but the benefits are many.

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Ms. Mimi Partha Sarathy

Founder, Managing Trustee and Sr. Yoga Teacher Sri Krishna Wellness Yoga Centre

Bengaluru, Karnataka, India