The Locust

Also known as Salabhasana, the majority of yoga students are acquainted with this pose. face down, Lay flat, chin on floor. Make your hands into a fist and move them both underneath your thighs to aid the lift, or perhaps place all of them together with your body. Breathe out and lift your legs from your pelvis, tightening up your butts and stretching out your thighs up and backward. Maintain the position for as long as you can, breathe out, come back to the beginning position and repeat.


The Diamond Posture

Also known as the Vajrasana posture, this is perfumed by kneeling on a heavy blanket or carpet with your legs joint together. Sit on your feet and stretch out your pelvis, stabilizing your head very well so that a line is drawn through the shoulder, ear, elbow making the pelvis straight. You need to sit up in this position for biggest advantages.

The Twist Posture

Also known as Bhardwajasana, this yoga posture is done by kneeling on the floor and siting in a relaxed backward posting, taking your two feet to the right of your waist. Straighten out

your right arm, push it over your body and move to the left. Place your palm and hand underneath your left knee or back. Breathe out, move your body a lot more to the left and  hold your right shoulder with your left hands, from behind. Move your head a little, looking over to your right shoulder. Take a deep breathe for a few seconds and then turn and look back over your

left shoulder. Your shoulders need to align properly with your body.  Repeat this exercise at least 1hour each day for better results. This posture is great for people who experience lower back pain.