- Sarvangasana – Sarvangasana is the ancient version of a shoulder stand. Lay on your back and with the support of your arms lift your lower body into the air. Try to form a ninety-degree angle between your lower body and the upper body. Hold the position for about 2 to 3 minutes and increase the time period with regular practice.
2. Bālāsana – This asana is also known as the embryo pose. The central idea of the pose is going back the origin of your existence and your life. You sit down on the ground folding your knees and lay your head down towards the ground. Lay your hands to the side of your body or in the front on your head.
3. Adho mukha śvānāsana – Adho mukha śvānāsana is also known as the downward facing dog pose. Spread your arms and legs on the ground to stand in a downward mountain position. Lengthen your tailbone and lift your back upward to the maximum height. It calms the brain and helps to relieve stress and mild depression.
4. Shavasana – Shavasana is usually practised at the end of a yoga session. Your body is in a corpse pose in which you lie flat on the ground with your heels spread as wide as yoga mat and the arms a few inches away from your torso. The entire body is in a relaxation mode and your muscles are relieved from any stress. You have to concentrate on your breathing and feel the abdomen rise and fall as you inhale and exhale.