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Yoga is getting famous all over the world. It is one of the oldest ways of exercising for your mind and body. The term was originally coined by Hindus for the simple meditation and bodily postures. The Yoga was originated from India in the vedia period (1700-500 BCE).
International Yoga Day 2018
June, the 21st is celebrated as the International Yoga Day all over the world. As a tech freak, I always wanted to do Yoga and did not find an excuse to start the process to calm down my mind and body. Let us change this from the International Yoga Day 2018 and here are the top three free Yoga apps which are available for Android smartphone for free of cost.
Yoga by VGFit
This is the first app of our choice, which is available on Google Play store for free of cost. The app has three major portions on the homepage. In poses menu, the app will display different poses or one can call them as the simple Yoga poses and how they accomplish them. It has a step to step instructions on how to complete an aasan (pose) without hurting yourself.
In classes menu, different aasan or poses will be combined to improve the balance of the Yoga to build your body strength using this option. In the more menu option, you can set up your profile (history of Yoga, weight, height and more options to track your Yoga benefits).
This is also an interesting yoga instruction app, where a user has to sign up using either Facebook or Google profile to access the app. Before starting the Yoga practice, one has to set up his profile based on the Yoga proficiency and the time frame that one is interested in doing Yoga.
Make sure to connect your smartphone with Wi-Fi network or cellular data, as the app requires internet for downloading additional data. After downloading data the app will display video tutorial with an audio walkthrough with a smooth background music. Just follow the instructor. You can also skip some poses or aasan if you know how to do those asanas. You can also know the name of the pose in Sanskrit with a countdown timer.
This is also a nifty app for the entry-level Yoga enthusiasts. There are multiple options like Instructions, Exercises, Yoga Tips, 30 days Yoga and Yoga programmes.
In the instruction menu, the app will explain about different Yoga asanas using animated characters with a step by step English explanation. In the exercises menu, there are specific Yoga poses which will with different aspects of the body. The app has a pose to help to sleep, pose for back pain, help to reveal constipation and more.
In the thirty day Yoga, there are predefined Yogas to follow on a daily basis for an overall result. This app is a must-have for those who are considering Yoga in their daily routine.