Yoga is a great way to improve concentration. You can practice yoga daily for just 15-20 minutes and have a health life. Here is a simple way to improve the concentration span with the below easy yoga poses.
This one of the easiest yoga poses to improve concentration. Just sit cross legged on the floor and join your palms together. Keep your spine erect and take deep breaths. Rid your mind of all the worries and see how this yoga position for concentration helps you to improve your focus. You may do this for 15 minutes regularly.
This is the best pose to relax, calm your mind and thus sharpen your memory skills. Sit on the floor with your legs crossed and back straight. Bend your right knee, lift it up with your right hand and place it on the outer side of your left thigh. Bend your left knee, lift it up with your left hand and place it on the outer edge of your right thigh. Place your hands on your knees, palms down. Inhale and exhale deeply. Close your eyes and concentrate. Do this for 10-25 minutes.
This is also known as bakasana. First stand on the floor in a straight position. Exhale and then slowly bend down and touch your feet. Place your hands on the floor in front of your feet and then try to raise your legs in the air. Now, you are balancing fully on your hands. This might seem tough but once you are done this will have outstanding benefits in improving your concentration. Stay in this position for as long as you can bear your weight.
A seated forward bend position is a great yoga position for concentration. Just sit down with your legs stretched in front of you and a straight back. Breathing in, raise both arms above your head and stretch up. Breathing out, bend forward from the hip joints, chin moving toward the toes. Keep the back straight and focusing on moving forwards towards the toes, rather than down towards the knees. Hold this position and breathe for 20-30 seconds. Come back to your seated position after this and relax. Repeat this pose two or three times.