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Marjaryasana + Bitilasana (Cat and cow combination
pose) kneel on all fours and arch your lower back
and torso slightly bending at the hips both sides then arch it lower again and raise
your head up, breathe easily in and out kneel on all fours and arch your lower back
and torso slightly bending at the hips both sides then arch it lower again and raise
your head up, breathe easily in and out. Benefits – stretches back and front torso
+ neck and gently massages the spine and belly orrgans Bhujangasana (Cobra Pose) Lie on the floor with face down, place both
palms on the floor sidewards to the chest. Gently raise the body up resting the palm
on the floor like a cobra rising up. Stay in that position for a while and resume
previous position with face down Lie on the floor with face down, place both
palms on the floor sidewards to the chest Gently raise the body up resting the palm
on the floor like a cobra rising up. Stay in that position for a while and resume
previous position with face down Benefits – helps relieve stress and fatigue,
therapeutic for asthma Virabhadrasana II (Warrior II Pose) stand straight with hands together in namaskar. Bring your right leg backward turning on the
side with left leg bending slightly and hands stretched out. Bring hands together in namaskar position. Stay for few seconds. Now stretch the left leg backward and keep
the right leg slightly bent and stretch the hands wide again and bright to namaskar position. Now bring the left leg forward to stand straight. Now stand straight, stretch out legs and hands
wide on the sides. Repeat the same for 3 sets. Benefits – increased stamina, relieves back
pain and therapeutic for infertility and osteoporosis. Vriksasana (Tree Pose) Tree Pose which is standing straight
with hands in namaskar position eyes closed. Now lift your right leg and using your right
hand place the feet on the inner thigh , with heel placed closest to the groin area bring
your hands back to namaskar position. Stay in that position for a few seconds. Slowly bring your hands up and bring both
hands apart and move them towards either side of the body in line with shoulders and then
resume namaskar position. Now relax and bring your right foot front
and down. Repeat the same with left leg. Note: While doing this asana, if you are unable
to balance in one leg, concentrating at a particular point at any object in front of
your eyes helps! Benefits – strengthen ankles and calves, improves
concentration and brings balance and equilibrium to the mind Tree Pose which is standing straight
with hands in namaskar position eyes closed. Now lift your right leg and using your right
hand place the feet on the inner thigh , with heel placed closest to the groin area bring
your hands back to namaskar position. Stay in that position for a few seconds. Slowly bring your hands up and bring both
hands apart and move them towards either side of the body in line with shoulders and then
resume namaskar position. Now relax and bring your right foot front
and down. Balasana (Child’s Pose) Sit in vajrasana, kneeling down and sitting
on the inner side of your leg. Your hands in the front leaning forward, now
rest your head on the floor facedown. Relax and stay in position for a while. Benefits – gently stretches hips thighs
and ankles, relaxes neck and shoulders, increases blood circulation to the head to relieves
headaches.