Yoga pose 1 – Pavanamukthasan

Steps to do it

1.Lie on your back with your legs stretched out with your heels touching each other and your arms at your side.
2.Breathe out as you bend your knees and you move them toward your chest.
3.Hold your knees as you pull them closer into your body. Make sure that your toes are stretched
4.Tighten your thighs and apply pressure to your abdominal muscles as you hold the position.
5.Hold the position for 60-90 seconds as you breathe deliberately and deeply. (Count slowly till 20)
6.Breathe out and release the knees as you allow your arms to rest on your side.

Yoga pose 2 – Dhanurasana

Steps to do it

1.Lie stomach down on the mat with your legs stretched out and your arms to your side.
2.Bend the knees upward while reaching your arms back to hold your ankles or feet.
3.Hold the position 15-30 seconds while breathing normally. (Count slowly till 10)
4.Exhale and return to the lying position allowing your body to rest for 15 seconds.

Repeat it for 5 times

Yoga pose 3 – Uthkatasana

1.Stand up straight with your hands in front of you.
2.Bend your knees as if you were sitting in a chair.
3.Raise your hands above your head.
4.Bend your torso inward as you go deeper into the position.
5.Breathe normally as you hold the position for as long as you can.

Yoga pose 4 – Naukasana

Steps to do it

1.Start by lying on your back with your legs stretched and your arms at your side.
2.Breathe in deeply as you lift your chest upward and raise your feet off the floor.
3.Keep your gaze forward to encourage alignment in your body.
4.Hold this pose as you inhale and exhale 10 times.
5.Repeat this pose 5 times with 15 seconds of rest in between.

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Yoga pose 1 – Pavanamukthasan Steps to do it 1.Lie on your back with your legs stretched out with your heels touching each other and your arms at your side. 2.Breathe out as you bend your knees and you move them toward your chest. 3.Hold your knees as you pull them closer into...