Please click on it Free attention Pose 1: lying turtle pose 1.
Keep your legs together and straighten forward, keep your toes straight ahead, keep your upper torso straight, and keep your arms on both sides of your body.
The legs are separated to both sides, the toes are stretched straight so that the legs are horizontal, the hips are pressed down to press the legs against the ground, the arms are flattened to both sides, and the palm is facing the ground.
Bend over and fall to the ground with your body close to the ground, your chin against the ground, face directly in front, and your arms close to the ground.
Hold this position for a few minutes and breathe smoothly and naturally.
Pose 2: Hanuman pose 1.
Keep your legs straight and close together, keep your upper torso straight, put your hands straight on both sides of your body, and look straight ahead.
After straightening your hands, move your legs so that your legs are straightened one after another, your legs are 180 degrees, your hips sink, press your legs to the ground, and straighten your toes.
Level your hands up on both sides of your body, with your palms facing the ground and your toes pointing inward.
Hold this position for a few breaths.
Pose 3: Tiger pose 1.
Bend your legs and knees, with your legs about half shoulder width apart, kneel and stand on the yoga mat, straighten your upper torso, feel your body extending upward, and put your arms on the outside of your legs.
Keep your arms flat and straight in front of your body, and the distance between your arms is about shoulder width.
Bend over and lean your upper body down until your arms are straight and your palms are close to the ground.
Open your chest.
Bend your left leg and lift it up so that your toes point straight up, your head tilts back and your chin faces straight ahead.
Hold this position for a few minutes and Practice on the other side.
Asana 4: horse riding 1.
Squat on the yoga mat, with your legs together, your upper body leaning forward close to your legs, your arms on the front side of your body, and your neck and head extending upward.
Take a big step forward with your left leg, put it in front of your left arm, bend your knee so that your left leg is at a vertical angle, straighten your right leg back, point your right toe to the ground, and press your hips down.
Lean your upper body forward, bend your elbows, bow your upper body, tilt your head back, face your chin directly in front, and clamp your elbows.
Hold this position for a few breaths.
Asana 5: Cobra 1.
Put your body flat on the yoga mat, keep your chin, abdomen and legs close to the ground, put your arms on both sides of your body, keep your toes straight, and keep your feet close to the ground.
Bend your elbows, put your palms on both sides of your abdomen, keep your palms close to the ground, open your shoulders back, bend your elbows, use your arms to make your abdomen land on the ground, tilt your upper body back, bend your right leg knees, and point your toes directly above.
Keep your neck straight and hold this position for several breaths.
Asana 6: hand supported leg extension 1.
Squat on the yoga mat, with both legs together, the upper body leaning forward close to both legs, the arms on the front side of the body, and the neck and head extending upward.
Keep your hands straight, your upper torso close to your arms, and your legs off the ground.
Force at the waist, clamp your legs and straighten your arms forward.
Bend the left leg and clamp the left arm, keep the right leg straight, and keep the toe straight and point straight ahead.
Keep your center of gravity stable and hold this position for several breaths.
Asana 7: standing on one leg, bending forward and stretching 1.
Stand at attention on the yoga mat, feel the whole body extending upward, legs close together, arms hanging naturally on the outside of legs, and eyes looking straight ahead.
Stretch your arms up over your head, bend down and tilt your upper body down with your arms, shift your weight to your right leg, and lift your left leg up in a straight line with your body.
Lean down your torso, bend your elbows, support the ground with your left hand, hold your right leg with your right hand, hold your right ankle, tilt your head back, and your chin toward the ground.
Keep this posture for a few breaths, and then practice on the other side.
Most of the yoga postures brought today need to practice close to the ground.
At the beginning of the article, Xiaojia also introduced the yoga postures of close to the ground, which can enhance the vitality of our body.
After each excessive physical exertion, you can come to several yoga poses to help you recover quickly and restore your body to a state of full vitality.
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