Slowly raise your torso and legs off the ground while lying on your back. Hold on to this position for a little while.
Balasana, sometimes referred to as the child's pose, is a simple position to perform. You must be seated in vajrasana and lean forward while supporting your stomach on the thighs.
Also called the locust stance. Laying on your stomach, put your hands beneath your belly. While maintaining the remainder of the body on the floor,lift the legs and the head.
Keep your legs together while you lay on your stomach. Move your upper body upward while applying pressure to your palms to assume the snake stance for a while.
Raise your legs slowly while lying on your back. Take hold of your legs and raise them up to your head. Lift your head a little off the ground.
A challenging yoga asana is the bow posture, or dhanurasana. Stretch your hands out and slowly raise your legs while you lay on your stomach.
Stand straight and then bend the upper body downward. Come on to your fours and breathe in and breathe out, with the hips up and knees straight.
Maintain a wide stance on the ground. Form a squat, tuck your hands behind your knees, and assume the prayer position. Maintain a straight spine and place your hands inside your knees.