5 yoga postures to slay in your jammies
Shootout to all the girls! Today, be the badass girl you were too lazy to be yesterday. How about add a touch of health to your Sunday fun day by performing some yoga therapy?
Just slip into your PJs and you’re ready to roll!
Wake up in bed and perform these few yoga postures in your jammies and drift off to whatever you wish to do – sleep more maybe? You are only a few yoga postures away from a good mood sunday.
So, the choice is yours. Leave your mat rolled up in your yoga bag or slay your health goals?
Here are some yoga postures which can be performed in your multitasking pyjamas itself!
An impetus to strengthening your back, chest and abs, this posture is easy to perform. While you lie on your belly, placing your forearms on the bed so your elbows are underneath your shoulders, keep your hips pressed on the ground and gently pull your chest away from your hands, and elongate your neck as you look at the ceiling or the sky. Feel the stretch and breathe for five breaths and then lower your torso back onto the bed.
This pose has its expertise in releasing lower back tension and relaxing the mind and the body. Sit on your heels and bend forward, extending your arms in front of you. Hold for as long as you can and then gently rise up to a fresh and energetic mood.
Toning the thighs is one of the top priorities for most people. The half wheel pose tones your thigh and at the same time increases flexibility of the shoulders and spine. Lie on your back, with your knees bent and your feet planted as close to your bum as possible. Press into your feet and shoulders and lift your hips into the air, supporting your weight by placing your hands against the ground. Take deep breaths and repeat this posture for as many times as you wish.
Reclining big toe
This posture may seem to be performed better in tracks, however a flexible pair of pyjamas are equally good and rather more comfortable.
This yoga pose promises to increase the flexibility in your hamstrings and strengthen your core as well.
While lying down on your back, lift your left leg into the air. Lift your torso off the bed and hold onto your big toe with the first two fingers and thumb of your left hand. While the torso remains lifted, the core will get engaged. Hold this posture 5 breaths and repeat on both sides.
This pose feels as good as flexing on the bed while sleeping. It works wonders in fixing spinal twists and injuries. Lie down on your back and cross your left knee over your torso to the right as you extend your right leg to the floor. Extend your arms out in T position, and turn your head to the left. Hold this posture for a minute while you feel your spine lengthen and twist. It always involves the use of core as well, making it stronger. Repeat this on the other side and then hug both knees into your chest to cool down.
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