Yoga is a ‘transformative’ journey within an individual. It can even be said that if it doesn’t transform and/or balance and/or normalize, it’s not Yoga! With Yoga, the emphasis is on taking the patients on a journey called ‘Yoga Sadhana’, wherein, they experience Oneness, Peace, Stillness, Tranquility, and Purity! This is the state of Anandam, i.e. a Blissful state. It may not be possible that it happens in a small period but that is how it starts. It happens step-by-step and the best thing is that – it’s ‘Possible’ and it should ‘work’! This transformative journey is ‘contained’ within a ‘blueprint’, which is nothing but the Yogic lifestyle or the yogic way of living! That is why in the early days’ life used to be so simple! Because we only needed that much. Because, we ‘just’ had to live, according to the blueprint. It can be said that only one lifestyle existed and still exists! It was designed for this world and that was/is Yoga. But, as evolution happened and the population grew, we started migrating to different places. Then, due to differences in climatic conditions, our body structure became different. Because of the geographic conditions, different soil produced different fruits and vegetables, flora and fauna, cattle, etc. Or the same ‘product’ had different tastes, nutrients, and varieties. Thus, our brain started working differently after eating and/or experiencing different varieties of everything! We started experimenting, exploring, exploiting, and discovering things around. We started differentiating ourselves through cults, religions, ethnicities, race, color, status, etc. in both material and non-material ways and both positive and negative ways. Therefore, NOW, we are so diverse that people standing adjacent to each other might be different from each other!  

Yoga is an ancient practice that involves physical poses, concentration, and deep breathing.

A regular yoga practice can promoteTrusted source endurance, strength, calmness, flexibility, and well-being.

Yoga is a great form of exercise: not only does it help stretch and lengthen your muscles, it also helps you to relax and de-stress, finding your inner calm.

Before you begin, it is important to note that you should only work as far as you feel comfortable. Everyone has varying levels of flexibility. Do not force your body into a position that doesn’t feel right, as this can lead to injury. Furthermore, if you feel any severe pain whilst performing these yoga poses for 2, you should stop immediately and if necessary seek professional advice.

Yoga Poses for Two People: Warm up

As with any form of exercise, before you attempt the couples yoga poses in this article, you need to warm up your muscles. You should never stretch cold muscles as this could lead to injury. Plus, warm muscles are able to stretch a little further! You don’t need to do anything intense or anything fancy, simply do 5 to 10 minutes of exercises such as jogging, star jumps, heel kicks or skipping to get the blood pumping around your body.

Poses for beginners

 there are some yoga poses for beginners

Pelvic Tilts

Do the pelvic tilt to strengthen your abdominal muscles. Lie on your back on the floor with your knees bent. Flatten your back against the floor by tightening your abdominal muscles and bending your pelvis up slightly. Hold for up to 10 seconds. RepeatPelvic tilts

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Easy Pose

Easy Pose is a human body pose app for people who draw or is learning to draw. Have you ever wanted a personalized model to show various poses while drawing animation, illustration or sketching? Easy Pose was developed for these people. Various angles of different poses can be inspected. Now you do not have to draw with a wooden joint doll or figure as a model. Even yoga or exercise poses can be checked from various angles.

Easy Pose - Sukhasana

Yoga Poses for 2: Intermediate

Buddy boat 

How to do it: Sit opposite your partner, with about a half legs distance between both of you. Reach on the outside of your legs and grab hold of your partner’s hands. Bend your knees and start to place the soles of your feet together. Work to find balance with your partner on both of your sit bones, as oppose to sitting on your pelvis. You can ensure you are on your sit bones by tilting your pelvis into a neutral position and sitting up straight. Both partners then slowly straighten their legs to form The boat pose. Look upwards, draw your lower backs in and engage your core for the correct postureYoga Poses for 2: Buddy Boat

Cat-Cow Stretch

Cat-Cow Stretch

Double Plank

How to do it: One person starts in a regular plank, then the second person places their hands on the ankles of their partner and steps up and places the tops of their feet onto their partners shoulders. This pose looks easier than it is! If you’re struggling you can modify this pose by doing the following. The base partner lies flat on their back while their partner places their hands flat on the floor on either side of the base partner’s ankles. The base partner then takes hold of their partners ankles and straightens their arms so that the top partner is in a plank position. Remember to squeeze your abs tight!

Yoga Poses for 2: Double Plank

Square pose

How to do it: Start in the modified double plank position as described above. The base partner then sits up while raising their arms above their head, meanwhile the top partner simultaneously bends at the hips so that you create the square position.

For a challenge, why not see how many sit ups you can perform with this move? This is a great way to build your core strength.

Yoga Poses for 2: Square pose

Hard Yoga Poses for Two People: Advanced


How to do it: This one requires a little gymnastics! One person begins by laying on their stomach in the cobra position. The second partner has 2 options to enter the pose. They can either lay on their back, and the base partner reaches up one at a time and takes hold of their ankles. The top partner then bends their arms behind them, taking hold of their partners ankles, and pushes up through their arms (similar to pushing up into a single person wheel pose). For a more challenging entry, the base again begins in the cobra position, then reaches on hand up ready to catch the ankle of partner 2. This time partner 2 places their hands by the base partner’s ankles and pushes into a controlled handstand, lowering their legs down to meet the hands of the base partner.

Yoga Poses for 2: Wheel

Flying Bow

How to do it;This pose can be achieved from the flying superman position. Once in the flying superman pose (see no. 16 below), the base takes firm hold of the top person’s shoulders to provide support while the top person bends one leg and reaches for their ankle, and then does the same on the other side whilst bending deeply into the back, to form the bow pose. If the top person remains stable and the base’s feet are positioned correctly, the base can then let go of the top person’s shoulders to create the flying bow look. Alternatively, you can modify the pose by keeping hold of each others hands for extra balance.

Yoga Poses for 2: Flying Bow

In what order should you do yoga

Yoga is ultimately about discovery. It is why instructors are referred to as “teachers,” and workouts are described as “practices.” With yoga, you are meant to gain insight from everyone you work with (including other students), which you can apply to your own practice. As such, yoga is an individual experience with different and unique forms of expression.

With that being said, there are practical and good reasons for placing some postures ahead of others and following a yoga sequence.

  • Safety reasons: Many teachers will begin practice with floor asanas for safety reasons alone to gradually loosen tendons, muscles, and ligaments before launching into standing postures.
  • Balance poses with counterposes: Other teachers will standardly follow certain poses (particularly those involving the spine or major joints) with counterposes. 

Choosing the Right Yoga for You

Different teaching styles attract different people. Try from a range of yoga styles to find the one that suits you best at the moment.

  • ASTANGA: Ashtanga yoga has participating yogis follow any one of six sequences. This yoga style has a determined order, which teachers can help lead in class.
  • BIKRAM: Bikram yoga consists of 26 set postures, and two PRANAYAMA BREATHING EXERCISES, all of which are performed in a heated room.
  • HATHA: Hatha yoga is a gentle yoga that includes static poses, and places an importance on breathing and meditation.
  • RESTORATIVE: Restorative yoga is freestyle yoga and focuses on stretching the body. There are no set poses or a required series.
  • POWER: Power yoga is related to both Ashtanga and vinyasa yoga, and teachers have the freedom to select the order of poses. You can expect each class to be different.
  • VINYASA: Vinyasa yoga—also known as “flow”—helps one pose flow from one into another. This is a more freestyle approach where you can adjust the sequence of flows in each practice.


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