So, the beginners on the path of Karma Yoga can follow a simple routine in keeping with the wisdom of the mentioned verse.
Keep your hands and knees on the Yoga mat. The arms should be in a straight line to the shoulders. Now, shift your toes under your feet without moving your knees. As your feet come in the right direction, push the mat with your hands. Move your legs up and get them in a position such that your body forms an inverted “V” with the ground. Hold the pose till you complete five breaths. Move your body in the previous position gradually.
Stand with both feet together. Move forward as though stepping out to walk but lower your back leg instead. In this position, you need to ensure that your back leg is above your ankle. Your body above the waist should be in a straight line. The leg that you have taken forward should not be placed in a way that the knees are protruding ahead of the ankle. You can do these by alternating with both feet.
Karma Yoga also involves the following basic elements:
Practice deep breathing to achieve a calm state of mind in which you can purge off negative emotions such as jealousy, egoism or lust.
You also need to engage yourself in some kind of humanitarian or social service project. This is an important part of Karma Yoga as it is based on the principle of Karma that emphasises that good Karma comes back to you.
Be compassionate about others and try to help them when they are in need.