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#7 Cobra Pose
Cobra Pose is also known as Bhujangasana and is bliss for your lungs, abs, and your posture! This picture though represents slightly different form of this pose.
Here, you are required to sit on your stomach and exhale. From there, slowly raise your upper half of your body while keeping your lower half on the floor the entire time. Let your weight rest on your arms and legs.
#6 Wheel Pose
We know wheel pose as Chakrasana pose. The thorax, spine, and neck are strengthened by this pose and it refreshes you as well.
Be on your back. Place your hands behind your head with your palms down so your fingers point towards the back, and then lift up. Stay in this pose for roughly 30 seconds!
#5 Supported Headstand
Supported Headstand is one of the most known Yoga poses. The pose is great for ligaments and muscles of the spine and thorax. It also improves breathing and blood flow.
Keep reading ahead to see more such poses.
#4 Warrior Pose
This pose is also known as Virabhadrasana. Start with your feet wide apart parallel to one another. Turn your left foot (the front foot) and turn it 90 degrees, and bend your front knee out. Raise your arms to parallel the legs, and place them in line with your shoulders. Turn your head forward and look above your wrist.
#3 The Triangle Pose
The Triangle Pose is your Trikonasana and is one of the most performed Asana’s ever. It strengthens your thorax and spine and improves your blood flow.
In order to do this, place your feet apart. The left foot will be at a 90-degree angle and the right one 15 degrees. Take your left hand and touch your left ankle. From there, stretch your right arm towards the sky and keep a straight line. Make sure to keep your knees and spine straight too. Look towards your right fingers and then repeat towards the other side.
#2 Bow Pose
Bow Pose is your Dhanurasana. To do this, start on your stomach, breathe out, and bend your knees. Then try to reach for your ankles. Pull your legs upwards as much as possible, stay in this position for roughly thirty minutes, and then let go of your ankles and go back down.
#1 Camel Pose
And finally, Camel Pose is Ustrasana. Firstly, stand on your knees. Make sure to place your feet together, and then slowly begin to bring your he