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Hi. I am 23 years old female. It's been a year since I started performing this new asana routine but I still feel quite tired after performing it. I start with warm up exercises of the joints for 10 minutes(like rotating my feet,wrists,shoulders and neck. Also some butterfly.) This is followed by Tadasana 1minute, Trikonasana on both sides 1 minute, suryanamaskar 2 times( where I hold each pose for 10 seconds), ushtrasana 1 minute, janushirshasana with both legs 1 minute, pashchimotasan 1 minute, upvistha konasana, halasana 2 minutes, sarvangasana twice for 2 minutes and finally shavasana for 5 minutes. Is this too much?

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Yes it is alright and you do it. You take proper food like banana ,chana(Bengali) , Badana,Milk ,appel , musumby and obesely all dal and vegetables. I thought you overcome this problem.
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Martial Arts Teacher With 30 Years Experience

Your warm up should be not more then 5 minutes. Chaitanya Asan ( shavasana) should be for 10 minutes. Check your Vitamin B, Vitamin D, Check your Diet
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Martial Arts Teacher With 30 Years Experience

Cut down your warm time by 5 minutes Increase your Chaitanya Asan (Shava asana ) 10 minutes Check your Vitamin B, Vitamin D, And Iron. Change your diet
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Hi, Your pattern looks good. Start learning meditation to energise your body and mind.It will help in increasing your energy level.
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Remember Yogasana is a static exercise, you start your practice with Kapalbhati and Anulom Vilom, after that follow the Abhi's Yoga Schedule on my online class
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When you do any asana holding a pose for so long is only applicable if your Prana is in flow with your asana. Don't prolong your asana be aslong as you feel comfortable then change to other posture but maintain prana only then you will get the real benefit of these asanas. All the best :)
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Taken classes parts of bangalore, 8yrs of experiance teaching power yoga,pregnancy yoga, ashtanga yoga

dont forget to do pranayam nd meditation... make ur asanas simple nd only 10 counts...halasan nd sarvangasan u may skip later u can do...let body adjust with ur routine...
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Hello mam,it's fine after suryabedana just relax any of the relaxation posture best sevasana and relax eac of your body part.and also what ever forward bends you are performing do the backward bend too like pachimottanasana and janu Sirisha do the chakrasana, dhanurasana ,ustra and Shashank asana,and... read more
Hello mam,it's fine after suryabedana just relax any of the relaxation posture best sevasana and relax eac of your body part.and also what ever forward bends you are performing do the backward bend too like pachimottanasana and janu Sirisha do the chakrasana, dhanurasana ,ustra and Shashank asana,and simple pranayama,Nadi shodana pranayama,bharamari pranayama,kapalabhaati,and meditation don't allow any thought keep your awareness on your breathing end with the prayer and also start with the prayer.thank you read less
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Jai Guru Dev, the answer given by Dilip Kumar ji cover almost everything I would have advised.hence, will not repeat the same . Hold the asana only as long as you are steady and comfortable - Sthiram Sukham Asanam. Make sure your breath is calm and steady before going into the next asana. So rest... read more
Jai Guru Dev, the answer given by Dilip Kumar ji cover almost everything I would have advised.hence, will not repeat the same . Hold the asana only as long as you are steady and comfortable - Sthiram Sukham Asanam. Make sure your breath is calm and steady before going into the next asana. So rest between each asana . You can do shavasana between each asana. It is not important to do many asana but it is important to do them correctly. So if you have a restriction on time , cut down either number of asana or holding period. At the end , Shavasana is a must - maybe do it for 10 minutes , and then do body part attention . Once you sit up do lom vilom for 5 minutes and then meditation . read less
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just include 10 mins pranayam rest is fine...
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