Yoga and Sallah

Yoga and Sallah

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Lets try to clear the confusion between YOGA and SALLAH.  We will try to select the most important yoga steps. Most of us get confused that how many poses use to improve health. We select posesor postures which can easily be performed by everyone and prolific for all ages. An old age person wouldn’t be able to perform difficult steps.

In the following, we will compare both Sallah, and Yoga and briefly their benefits with the position. There are two differences between Sallah and yoga. In Sallah Muslims detox the body before salah which is wazu ablution five times a day on the other hand yoga is once a day. We have selected the poses which you can perform anywhere.


Yoga is the exercise that gives full satisfaction and confidence, It is a practice by Hindus that’s why most names are taken from Hindu scripture, These “asanas” or “poses” can have a positive impact on your physical, mental, and emotional well-being. They are widely understood to increase the energy flow throughout the body; they help purge the body of toxins, sharpen the mind, and free emotions. They are also known to enhance spiritual awareness. You don’t have to perform all the steps and select which one is easier for you. Every person has a different body and thinking. Similarly, a bodybuilder cant is a footballer and a footballer cant be a bodybuilder. The footballer is the most fittest person on earth stamina and power both.

1) Mountain Pose (Tadasana) …

Stand with feet together and arms at your side.Position:

  • Focus: Legs, Posture
  • Level: Beginning
  • Duration: 60 seconds
  • Indications: Sciatica, stress


  • Low blood pressure, dizziness, light-headedness, headache
  • Relieve back pain: It is effective in treating backache.
  • Hips mobility: It provides strength and mobility to the feet, legs, and hips.
  • Art of standing: By practicing yoga poses regularly, one will learn the correct way of standing. Reduce flat feet: It helps you to reduce flat feet.

2) The Half-standing Forward Fold Ardha Uttanasana

Uttanasana is an intense, standing Hatha yoga pose that provides a deep stretch along the backside of the body while calming the mind.


  • Focus: Hamstrings, calves, back
  • Level: Beginning
  • Total Time: 60 seconds
  • Indications: Stress
  • Contraindications: Back injury


  • Ardha Uttanasana stretches and lengthens your hamstrings, calves, and front and back torso.
  • It also strengthens the back and spine, improving posture.
  • Practicing this pose stimulates the abdominal organs and belly, improving digestion

3) Cat/Cow Pose (Marjaryasana to Bitilasana) …

This simple pose powers up your brain and improves focus, coordination and mental stability.

 Position :

  • Focus: spine
  • Level: Beginning
  • Total Time: 60 seconds
  • Indications: intervertebral disks, abdominal organs, menstrual discomfort;
  • stimulates adrenals, kidneys
  • Contraindications: modification for neck injury


  • Improves posture and balance
  • Strengthens and stretches the spine and neck. Stretches the hips, abdomen and back. Increases coordination.
  • Massages and stimulates organs in the belly, like the kidneys and adrenal glands. Creates emotional balance.

4 The Chair Pose

Chair Pose is a standing yoga posture that tones the entire body, particularly the thighs.

Position :

  • Focus: Legs
  • Level: Beginner
  • Total Time: 60 seconds
  • Indications: flat feet; Energize heart, diaphragm, intestines
  • Contraindications: recent injury to shoulders, back, hip, knees


  • Strengthens hip flexors, ankles, calves, and back.
  • Stretches chest and shoulders. Reduces symptoms of flat feet.
  • Stimulates the heart, diaphragm, and abdominal organs.


5) The Tree Vrikshasana

Tree Pose is a balancing asana. It is one of the very few standing poses in medieval hatha yoga, and remains popular in modern yoga as exercise.


  • Focus: Lower legs.
  • Level: Beginner
  • Total Time: 30 to 60 seconds
  • Indications: flat feet, sciatica
  • Contraindications: Headaches, low blood pressure, insomnia; modification for
  • high blood pressure

Benefits :

  • One of yoga’s biggest benefits, in general, is that it helps build better balance,2 which helps with any number of other physical activities Tree pose is a great asana to strengthen your entire leg –
  • the thigh
  • the calve
  • ankle
  • and foot muscle.


6) The Easy Toe

Easy Pose with hip and knee support .Sit on the front edge of a folded blanket. Lean slightly forward on the prop to help tilt your pelvis …


  • Focus: Knees, Ankles, spine
  • Level: Beginner
  • Total Time: Variable
  • Indications: calm the mind
  • Contraindications: knee or hip injury


  • Easy Pose can be calming and relaxing—if you’re able to sit in it comfortably.
  • It improves postural awareness, creates a foundation for meditation practices, and can help manage stress.


Bring the knees together and feet together and tuck the toes under. Slowly begin to walk your hands back towards your knees and take your buttocks towards your heels. Once your buttocks are resting on your heels, ensure all 10 toes are tucked under – you might need to use your fingers to tuck your pinky toes under.


  • Focus: Hamstrings
  • Level: Intermediate
  • Total Time: 60 seconds
  • Indications: stimulates liver and kidney, relieves headaches, insomnia
  • menopausal symptoms
  • Contraindications: lower back injury, neck injury


  • This pose gives our often-neglected ankles and feet a good stretch and lengthens the plantar fascia (connective tissue on the sole of the foot).
  • It stimulates the bladder, kidney, stomach, spleen, gall bladder and liver .


 7)The Revolved Side Angle

Inhale, come up and press your palms together at your chest. Exhale, bring your right elbow to the outside of your left thigh and twist to the left. You can stay here or tuck your back toes, lift your right knee off the mat to come into Revolved Side Angle. Try to hold the pose still for 3-5 deep breaths on each side.


  • Focus: Knees, Ankles
  • Level: Intermediate
  • Total Time: 30-60 seconds
  • Indications: digestion, infertility
  • Contraindications: blood pressure (high or low), insomnia, headaches


  • Because it massages and stimulates your abdominal organs,
  • Revolved Side Angle can improve digestion and relieve constipation.
  • It can also help ease low backache and sciatica.
  • This pose also strengthens and stretches the legs, knees, ankles, groin, spine, chest, and shoulders.


8) CHILD Pose

Child pose is a gentle stretch for the back, hips, thighs, and ankles. It can help relieve back pain.

  • Opening your hips.
  • Lengthening your spine.
  • Stretching out your ankles. Relaxing your back muscles.
  • Relieving any tension in your pelvis.
  • Increasing blood flow to your head and neck.
  • Stimulating your digestive system. Potentially relieving constipation

Sallah (Namaaz)

The position of Sallah is the same as yoga. it is rather easier to perform.

The benefits are the same. The only difference is they do ablution or detox their whole body.

An obligatory, act in Islam is the performance of the five daily prayers, which in Arabic is known as salah (often written salat). In the Qur’an, the Arabic word salah means to demonstrate servitude to God by means of certain actions.

Protects your digestive systemNamaz can be regarded as a type of stretching and isometric contraction exercise. These movements have an effect directly and indirectly on the whole organism. Namaz improves posture, increased the intake of oxygen, and enhances the functioning of the respiratory, blood flow, endocrine, and excretory systems.

posture 5a

posture 5 but muslim prostrate twice .



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