7. Bridge Pose (Setu bandha Sarvangasana)
Bend your knees and your feet flat by lying on your back to the ground. Place your heels on the mat firmly followed by the lifting of your tailbone.
Bring your hands in the down position under your hips cording the fingers. Hold your back up and bottom using your hamstrings, abdomen and glute muscles and then release the fingers slowly.
Now bring your tailbone down to the back and try to relax. You are done with one side, now you can repeat this as many times as you want to.
8. Child’s pose (Balasana)
The child’s pose is very effective and easy to do as compared to the other complex asanas. Sit on the floor, lowering your head down and resting your belly. Head should be down in such a way that it should be on the mat but in case of a layman, you should not touch the mat.
Now, move your hand forward in the stretched position followed mat touching by the palm in front of the head.
Relax your body in the same position for 10-20 seconds. Repeat this until your muscles get relaxed.