4 Yoga Poses for Relaxation

We are often asking each other”how are you?” And I must say…I have never had a buddy reply with”I’m relaxed.” It simply doesn’t occur. On the flip side, “I am so tired,” or”I am so stressed out” gets said frequently.

In the hustle and bustle of normal life, our daily routine may often be a blur – a blur we permit ourselves to accept as normal, not discovering how damaging this speed is, which we need to create time to ourselves.

So unless we’ve been meditating all day every day on a gorgeous mountain top for the past five years, it is safe to assume that we could all use and benefit from a bit more relaxing. Here are my top five, go-to yoga.

1. Reclined Bound Angle Pose

A beneficial therapeutic pose, this posture helps release the lower spine, lower blood pressure, and provide relief from sleeplessness and nervousness. It increases blood circulation in the abdominal area opens the hips and chest and calms the brain.

You can perform this pose with or without props, but should you want a bolster under your lower spine, a folded blanket under your mind, or anything to cover your own eyes please do not hesitate to do so. Make adjustments so that you can soak up all of the goodness of the position if you are not comfortable.

2. Child’s Pose (Mudhasana)

Childs pose

After an intense yoga practice, sinking into Child’s Pose feels just like heaven. It’s an incredibly nourishing pose that has so many benefits, including relaxing and how reassuring it would be to maintain it.

It is fantastic for digestion since it massages the stomach as you breathe in and out. It stretches the lower back and also opens the buttocks.

It is one of the primary resting poses used in Hatha yoga because it provides you a moment to have a break and recharge your batteries. Child’s Pose is a reminder to unwind and breathe.

3. Legs Up the Wall

Legs Up the Wall

Does anyone not like this pose? It is among the easiest to do anywhere and it’s loaded with lovely mind and body benefits.

Legs Up the Wall Pose is a gentle inversion, and if you put a folded blanket under your hips in this pose, the slight elevation helps drain lymphatic and other fluids from the lower part of your body in your stomach. These are the sorts of fluids that can cause congested rectal organs ankles, and knees.

Lying in this place can help alleviate headaches, soothe menstrual cramps, boost energy, and relieve lower back pain.

4. Reclining Bound Angle Pose (Supta Baddha Konasana)

Reclined Bound Angle Pose

The Reclining Bound Angle Pose occasionally called Cobbler’s Pose, is a delicious hip and stomach opener that’s incredibly relaxing. You don’t have any idea how much tension you shop on your hips until you have let it go.

If you sit at a desk all day, then this pose will feel yummy after a very long day on the job. It may also alleviate menstrual cramps and improves digestion.

If things are a bit blah in the bedroom, then it can help sexy time get swept again by opening your sexual heart. This hot tub pose helps get you in touch with your sensual side.

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