5 Easy Beginner Yoga Poses Worth Trying

Are you a beginner in Yoga? Then you are probably looking for some easy yoga poses that are perfect for beginners. Well, you are in luck because we have put together 5 yoga poses that are easy to learn, which is why they are perfect for beginners. Let’s see what they are:


1. Warrior Pose


This pose allows you to stretch your legs and ankles, plus make then stronger.

How To: Put your legs three to four feet apart and stand like that. Turn your foot 90 degrees outwards and your left foot slightly inwards. Extend your arms to the side while keeping your shoulders down. Thrust into your right knee while keeping the knee over your foot and make sure it doesn’t go past your toes. Put your focus over your hand for as long as possible and then switch sides.

2. Mountain Pose


The benefits of this pose are that it improves posture, mental clarity and gives a sense of center.

How To: Stand with your feet apart from each other and make sure that the weight is spread out evenly. Put your arms at the sides and breathe deeply and slowly at an even pace. While doing this, your neck should be aligned with the rest if your spine. While you focus, you can even take a prayer position.

3. Bridge Pose

Setu Bandhasana (Bridge Pose)

This yoga pose is known to strengthen your neck, chest and spine.

How To: Put your arms at your sides and lie down on the floor. Bent your knees and press your feet into the floor while slowly lifting your hips. Clasp both hands under the lower back and press them for support. Keep lifting your hips until they become parallel to the floor. Your chest should be aligned with your chin while doing this pose.

Read More: Beginner Glute Bridge Guide And Variations

4. Downward Facing Dog


This yoga pose encourages full-body circulation and is great for stretching the heels and calves.

How To: Get down on all fours with your hands and knees apart (shoulder and hips width). Spread your fingers apart to enjoy more stability with this pose. Carefully press your hips upward so the body is like an inverted V (your knees should be slightly bent).

5. Tree Pose


This pose helps in improving your balance and strengthening your ankles, thighs, spine and calves.

How To: Do a mountain pose and then shift weight onto your left leg. While your hips are facing forward, the inside of your left thigh should have the sole of your right foot. Figure out your balance while doing this. When you reach that position, do a prayer position with your hands. Stay like that for as long as you can and repeat on the other side.

Which yoga pose are you most excited to try out please let me know.