Yoga is an ancient form of exercise to relax your mind and body out of all chaos. Yoga has gained popularity these days. Around the world, June 21 is hailed as World Yoga Day. If you want to improve your body flexibility, there are many yoga poses that will make your body flexible. All yoga positions must be performed in any case one hour after the meal. Here we look at six yoga poses that will help you improve your body’s flexibility.
1. CHILD’S POSE.
Kneel on the floor and sit behind you with your knees and hips wide apart. Extend your arms out in front of you and face down on the floor.
Stand firmly on this foot for about two minutes as you inhale and exhale deeply. This yoga pose will help you have good body flexibility.
2. DOG DOWN.
Bend your toes, exhale, and lift your back visibly all around. Press your palm firmly on a mat with your fingers spread. Your head should hang between the arms. Stretch your leg and plan to hold the pole. Pick up one heel and lower the other. Switch sides and repeat.
3. LAYING THE BOARD
Begin in downward dog. Your arm should be facing away from the floor and your shoulders straight over your wrists. Straight back and tight abs. Raise your head and look directly at the floor and stand firmly on that foot briefly and relax. This yoga pose is considered the best for flexibility in your body.
4. TRIANGLE LAYING.
Rotate the midsection and fingertips of your right hand toward the floor, outside of the right foot. Extend the left arm above the head making a straight line between the left hand and the foot. Hold your breath and repeat for best results.
5. INSTALLING THE SHAFT.
It is also a good pose for good body posture. Stand up straight and bend your left so that your knee touches the wall and your feet are on your right thigh. Press your foot towards your thigh and your thigh towards your foot. Hold the position for 30 seconds and switch sides.
6. INVERTED BOAT POSITION.
Lie on your stomach, keeping your chin on the floor, arms stretched out in front of you. Inhale, inhale and lift both arms and legs all the time. Hold and breathe, release and lower.