Yoga poses to relax at home easily


One of the many benefits of regular yoga practice is relaxation. Whether you are familiar with this discipline or not, these are worth a try. yoga poses to relax on those days when you feel like stress is starting to take a toll on you mentally or physically or both.

The first posture is called reclining butterfly and it is especially recommended to relieve menstrual pain. To carry out this pose, you will need a pillow. Now sit on the floor, bend your knees and bring your feet together. Next, work your way down onto your back toward the pillow until your head, neck, and back are completely resting on it.

Keeping your feet together, allow your knees to drop to the sides as far as your groin will give. The arms can be kept gently on the floor with the palms facing up or place one hand on the belly and the other on the heart. Hold the position for at least five breaths to benefit from its calming and relaxing strength.

The second posture is called legs stretched out on the wall. It is simple but very positive for people with leg pain, swollen ankles and stiff backs, disorders that those who work long hours sitting at a desk tend to suffer from. Sit on your side a few inches from a smooth wall and then pivot your hips 90 degrees so that your legs are straight against the wall.

Allow your shoulders and head to rest gently on the mat, relax your arms, and close your eyes. Keep your legs firmly against the wall, but if you feel discomfort in your lower back, spread out a bit more. Take plenty of breaths and you will see how you are relieving many mental and physical tensions.

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