Best Yoga Asana to  Boost your Memory

Padmasana  (Lotus Pose) 

This cross-legged sitting asana is a classic meditative pose that encourages deep breathing and a calm mind, Which are essential for enhancing memory and concentration. 

Paschimottanasana (Seated Forward Bend) 

This asana helps in calming the brain, relieving stress, and is thought to improve concentration and memory.  Paschimottanasana cures headaches and increases concentration. 

Vrikshasana  (Tree Pose) 

Balancing on one leg in this pose can help in improving concentration, and in turn, memory.  It also calms the mind and makes you more focused.  Join your palms together in prayer position and place them in front of your chest. Close your eyes and relax. 

Bhramari Pranayama (Humming Bee Breath) 

Though not an asana, this breathing technique is very effective in calming the mind and improving concentration.  It involves making a humming sound while exhaling, which has a soothing effect on the brain. 

Sarvangasana (Shoulder Stand) 

This inverted pose increases blood flow to the brain, which can enhance memory, focus, and concentration.  Sarvangasana cures insomnia, relieves hypertension and soothes headaches. 

Halasana (Plow Pose) 

Similar to Sarvangasana, this asana also improves blood circulation to the brain and calms the mind.  Halasana calms your nervous system, reduces stress and fatigue. 

Sukhasana  (Easy Pose) 

Sitting in a comfortable cross-legged position and practicing alternate nostril breathing can help in reducing stress and anxiety, which can, in turn, improve memory and concentration.  This is the best asana to relax your mind, body and soul. 

Setu Bandhasana (Bridge Pose) 

This asana can help in reducing anxiety, fatigue, and relieving stress, which can all contribute to memory improvement.  This pose helps strengthen your back muscles, glutes, and hamstrings

Chakrasana  (Wheel Pose) 

By stretching the whole body, Chakrasana increases the blood circulation to the brain. Which may help in improving memory and concentration.  It also strengthens the hamstrings and spinal extensors.