The best gift you can give to someone is your time, and when this someone is a special one, then you need to do something to make him/her feel how special they are to you. Investing quality time with your partner strengthen your relationship, bonding, love, and communication.
Do you want to be one among the power couples, who looks so perfect together, deeply in love, motivating each other and giving serious relationship goals to others?
If yes, then you should not waste your time and immediately start working on it. Couple yoga is the most preferred options by busy couples, with its amazing relationship and health benefits.
A happy relationship requires empathy, care, and understanding which can only be achieved if you spend healthy and quality time together. Couple yoga is something where you think, talk and work on each of you, leaving everyone else behind. You focus on your and your partner’s health and happiness and work together as a team to achieve it. You know your partner better, understand and appreciate him/her for the inner qualities which were never known to you.
Here I bring to you some amazing couple yoga poses to explore your strengths and strengthen your relationship with your partner:
1) Seated Meditation (Sukhasana)
Seated meditation as the Sanskrit name”sukhasana” suggests, is an asana which will provide relaxation and fun when done together with your partner. This practice cultivates intimacy, balance and respect for each other by building a strong connection between you and your partner’s auras. Here you go:
- Sitting consecutively gives your partner a chance to offer each other help, so their core muscles can unwind.
- Try breath in and breathe out together as your partner
- Synchronize your breathing as it can prompt profound sensation correspondence.
- Repeat and try to extend sympathy and empathy here.
2) Seated Twist ( Parivrtta Sukhasana)
Seated twist pose will enable yourself to know about yourself and your partner, and alter the profundity of your posture to suit both of your flexibility and relax. Start here:
- Sit leg over leg consecutive and extend your spine upward.
- Turn both of your shoulders to one side and reach your right hand to your partner’s left knee.
- Fix your back as you breath in, and breath out into a more profound bend, maybe pulling your partner’s knee for influence.
- After a few moderate and deep breathes, gradually come back to the center and rehash, this time the other side.
3) Seated Forward And Back Bend (Adho Mukha And Urdhva Mukha Asana)
Seated forward and back bend asana stretches your spine and chest and his back and hamstrings. Here you go:
- To start, sit with folded legs consecutive, broaden your arms overhead and clasp hands.
- Breath out as you lean forward, gently pulling your partner’s arm forward and up.
- She can breathe in as you bring her into a gentle backbend.
- Repeat a few times.
4) Camel (Ustrasana)
- Start with knee standing position facing opposite to your partner.
- Now place your right heels somewhere between hers, so every one of your four heels is in a line.
- Support your lower back with your thumb and keep your belly engaged as you gradually recline to put your head on your partner’s right shoulder.
- Develop a stretch by driving hips forward, while tucking your tailbone down to ensure your lower back.
5) Forward Bend And Fish Asana (Paschimottanasana And Matsyasana)
Forward bend and fish asana a combination of two asanas, where both of you will perform forward bend while sitting and others will perform fish asana and will do it together as a single yoga pose. It will help to stretch your spine and your partner’s chest, abdomen, and hip flexors. It is very relaxing and calming posture for both of you. Here you go:
- Sit consecutive with your legs stretched out forward and tailbones contacting.
- At that point basically, lower yourself forward while your partner relaxes and moves alongside you.
- You can likewise reach upward and clasp hands before you twist forward, and utilize that grasp to pull her somewhat more profound into the stretch.
7) Acro Yoga (Flying Warrior)
Acro yoga is great to establish connection and teamwork where both of you work together to achieve something.
- The partner who is stronger (the “base”) can lie on the floor and raise his both legs to around 45°.
- The flexible partner (the “flyer”) can put her front hips on the base’s feet, so the focal point of every forefoot lines up with the coordinating iliac peak.
- The flyer can reach forward/down to hold hands with the base, who will twist her knees just marginally and lift the flyer to adjust on her feet.
- The flyer should keep her core connected with for help, and her back dynamic for vivacious lift. The base should keep his hips and stomach solid and stable; more extensive elbows can help with sidelong weight shifts.
- As soon as a strong parity is accomplished, the second partner can discharge her hands and raise her arms and legs into beetle posture.
- For another basic represent, the flyer can sit on the base’s feet and discover an equalization (and possibly a backbend) while looking up.
8) Boat Pose (Navasana)
Boat pose enhances stamina, strengthen abdomen muscles and concentration while weaving threads of your beautiful relationship. Here you go:
- Sit confronting your partner around three feet away.
- Contact your toes and forefeet to your partner’s, as appeared at the upper left.
- Reach forward and hold your partner’s lower arms, match up yourselves up and lift each of the four of your feet off the ground.
- Raise your shins to be level for a half-vessel, or point them upward for a full pontoon.
- Continue presenting your navels and upward, to extend your hamstrings and protect your lower backs.
9) Chair Pose (Utkatasana)
Chair pose is an incredible static hold that will seriously fortify your legs – particularly if you do moving squats couple. Here you go:
- Stand to confront your partner one a safe distance away, and catch each other’s hands. Presently lower yourself over into a squat-like position.
- You are keeping your toes further forward than your knees.
- Not at all like in ordinary seat present, you can bring your shoulders legitimately over your hips without falling in reverse, as long as you pull in reverse equally with your partner. This’ll be an incredible static hold that will seriously fortify your legs – particularly if you do moving squats couple.
10) Revolved Chair (Parivrtta Utkatasana)
Revolved chair pose is a variation of normal chair pose, where you add a twist to the pose to make it more effective. Here you go:
- From the normal chair pose, fasten your partner’s right hand in your very own right, and achieve both left hands back.
- Appreciate a pleasant profound bend, return cautiously to focus.
- Grin and repeat on the opposite side.
11)Spine Leg Raises (Utthita Urdhva Padmasana)
Spine leg Raise works on the spine, core, and legs of you and your partners. It helps to balance and strengthen the abdominal muscles and spine. Here you go:
- Let down on your back as your body completely stretched out with the crown of your head contacting your partner’s.
- Achieve your hands toward her shoulders and take a delicate grasp.
- Unite your feet, rectify your knees and protract your impact points; at that point push your navel towards the floor as you lift the two advantages in a state of harmony with your partner.
- Move all the more gradually here and there for a more noteworthy fortifying impact.
12) Sideways Warrior (Parsva Virabhadrasana)
Sideways warrior is a variation of the famous warrior pose. An easy but very effective posture preparing you both for achieving balance and strength required in further yoga poses. Here you go:
- Come into a Warrior 2 position, confronting far from your partner with your left shins (or calves) contacting.
- Lift your right arm, extending the right side of your middle and shortening (not compacting) the left.
- Keep coming to up and back until you contact your partner’s hand; clasp hands and achieve further up to build the stretch.
- If you can’t get your partner’s hand, slide your feet from or toward her until you can.
- Rehash this posture on the opposite side.
13) Lifted Plank ( Savasana And Phalakasana)
The lifted plank works in strengthening the core muscles and your balance. It is a great pose which helps in Coordinating, relaxing and bonding together with your partner. Here you go:
- Come into Plank Pose with your feet adjacent to your partner’s shoulders, and your palms are looking down alongside her feet.
- Take care to keep your navel squeezing in towards your spine, and your tailbone tucked in to stretch your lower back.
- Your body ought to be as straight as a board.
- You can play with strolling staring you in the face, doing push-ups pair, or laying your shoulders on her lifted knees for an all the more pop-refined form of “planking.”
14) Standing Shoulder Opener ( Utthita Hasta Ardha Uttanasana)
Standing Shoulder Opener is an excellent pose to open your and your partner’s shoulder and gives a good stretch and flexibility. Here you go:
- First, remain with your arms coming to forward and your hands on one another’s shoulders.
- Walk in reverse, keeping your arms and legs long, until your middles and arms are in a dimension line.
- Keep your arms effectively coming to as you bring your chest descending, making a pleasant stretch in your shoulders.
15) Forward Bend and Plank (Uttanasana and Phalakasana)
Forward bend and plank is a variation in plank where you can enhance the benefits of the normal plank by adding another pose with the help of-of your partner. Here you go:
- This rendition of plank gives additionally reinforcing capacity to the arms.
- Push-ups and hand-strolling can be entirely testing and gainful here as well.
- Additionally don’t hesitate to lift up into side plank, bring one advantage at any given moment, or do some other plank variety you like.
16) Warrior 3 (Virabhadrasana)
A bit tougher version of warrior pose which will be much easier if performed with your partner. Here you go:
- Stand confronting one another and hold turns in a handshake.
- Presently step in reverse and more distant in reverse, inclining forward in the process until the two middles and the all-encompassing arms are parallel to the floor.
- At last, raise either leg until it’s dimension too.
- Rotating into stacked hips for half moon present is really hard on the hip joint, yet spun half moon with level hips is protected and it’s nearby by.
- Artist’s posture isn’t far away either.
17) Head To Knee/Revolved Head to Knee (Parivrtta Janu Sirsasana)
Head to knee/Revolved Head to Knee pose is like a full body workout for you and your partner. It engages head to toe muscles and works accordingly with twists and turning movements. Here you go:
- Enter Janu Sirsasana; sit with one leg expanded, every hip as far forward as the other, and the bottom of your foot against your inward knee.
- Have your partner do likewise so the bottoms of your feet contact, at that point join two hands and draw each other forward.
- From here you can contort your torso, so your straight leg’s shoulder moves beneath your bowed leg’s shoulder, and the straight leg’s hand scopes to the twisted knee.
- Enjoy a profound extravagant stretch here.
So, take out some time from your busy schedule to celebrate your relationship or friendship and see the surprising benefits. You’ll feel more connected, develop more understanding and trust for each other. Must try these simple and fantastic couple yoga poses and get benefited. Let me know how beneficial you found this blog by your likes, share, and comments below. Wish you have a healthy body and healthy relationship !!