- Lie on your back.
- Provide support for your back with your hands, exhale and lift your legs up.
- The lower restraining your right.
- Once you are stable, maintaining this position for a few seconds and breathe normally.
- Inhale and return to starting position very slowly, drop you back and then the hips.
- Sit in Padmasana on top of your mat.
- Inhale, lying backwards take the support of your elbow.
- Gently remove the backing and lie down with your shoulders on the floor.
- Clap your hands above your head and stay there for a few seconds, breathing normally.
- Releasing the hand and rose exhale, take the support of your hands.
- Lie on your back on the mat.
- Bend your legs at the knees, into your soles of the feet so that they touch.
- Interlock your fingers and put them in the stomach.
- Close your eyes and relax your mind by focusing on your breath.
- Removing your feet every time you feel uncomfortable.
- When you have disturbed sleep because of digestive problems, asanas are a must before dinner.
- Lie in the prone position on your stomach.
- Make a pillow out of your hands and keep your eyes closed.
- Feet should be stretched out, keeping your toes inwards (toes touching each other) and a separate heel.
- Standing motionless in this position for 5 minutes and let go of your body.
- Gently move to one side and sat down.
- pregnant women and people with distended bellies should avoid this asana.
- Lie on your back and then gently turn right.
- Make a pillow of the right hand and rest your head on it.
- Close your eyes and just relax with a focus on your breath for 5 minutes.
- Repeat the same on the left side.
Yogendra Pranayama 4:
- Lie on your back, bend your knees with feet close to the hip.
- Keeping a comfortable distance between foot and knee.
- Points in the hand on your stomach and watching the breath.
- Feel your stomach moving in and out as you inhale and exhale respectively.