Here are some of the easy yoga poses
Stand tall with feet together, shoulders relaxed, weight evenly distributed through your soles, arms at sides. # Easy yoga poses
Take a deep breath and raise your hands overhead, palms facing each other with arms straight. Reach up toward the sky with your fingertips.
Stand with legs 3 to 4 feet apart, turning right foot out 90 degrees and left foot in slightly.
Relax your shoulders, bring your hands to your hips, then extend arms out to the sides, palms facing down. # Easy yoga poses
Bend right knee 90 degrees, keeping knee over ankle; gaze out over right hand. Stay for 1 minute then switch sides and repeat.
Sit up comfortably on your heels.
Roll your torso forward, bringing your forehead to rest on the bed in front of you.
Lower your chest as close to your knees as you comfortably can, extending your arms in front of you. # Easy yoga poses
Hold the pose and breathe.
Targets the glutes.
Lie facing down on the floor with thumbs directly under shoulders, legs extended with the tops of your feet on the floor.
Tighten your pelvic floor, and tuck hips downward as you squeeze your glutes. # Easy yoga poses
Press shoulders down and away from ears.
Push through your thumbs and index fingers as you raise your chest toward the wall in front of you.
Relax and repeat.
Excellent for stretching chest and thighs
Lie on floor with knees bent and directly over heels.
Place arms at sides, palms down. Exhale, then press feet into floor as you lift hips. #Easy yoga poses
Clasp hands under lower back and press arms down, lifting hips until thighs are parallel to floor, bringing chest toward chin. Hold for 45 seconds.
Beginners tip: Place a stack of pillows underneath your tailbone.
Stand with arms at sides.
Shift weight onto left leg and place sole of right foot inside left thigh, keeping hips facing forward.
Once balanced, bring hands in front of you in prayer position, palms together. #Easy yoga poses
On an inhalation, extend arms over shoulders, palms separated and facing each another. Stay for 45 seconds.
Lower and repeat on opposite side.
Beginners tip: Bring your right foot to the inside of your left ankle, keeping your toes on the floor for balance. As you get stronger and develop better balance, move your foot to the inside of your left calf.
Start on all fours with hands directly under shoulders, knees under hips.
Walk hands a few inches forward and spread fingers wide, pressing palms into mat.
Curl toes under and slowly press hips toward ceiling, bringing your body into an inverted V, pressing shoulders away from ears. Feet should be hip-width apart, knees slightly bent.
Hold for 4 full breaths.
Extend arms out to sides, then bend over your right leg.
Stand with legs about 3 feet apart, toes on your right foot turned out to 90 degrees, left foot to 45 degrees.
Allow your right hand to touch the floor or rest on your right leg below or above the knee, and extend the fingertips of your left hand toward the ceiling.
Turn your gaze toward the ceiling, and hold for 5 breaths.
Stand and repeat on opposite side.