Yoga is quite popular among people as it provides many health benefits. The yoga includes many poses, which people perform according to their fitness goals. Not only yoga keeps the body healthy but also provides energy to perform daily tasks. Apart from this yoga increase flexibility and increases the muscle strength. Despite having many benefits people avoid practice yoga as they feel lazy to step out from the bed in morning. It is believed if yoga is practice in the morning it keeps you active throughout the day. In this case and if you also feel lazy in the morning then there are some amazing yoga poses which you can practice in the bed without losing warmth and comfort of your bed. (Also read: Which yoga poses control Asthma symptoms)
Let’s know which yoga poses you can perform on the bed.
Wide-Legged Child Pose (Balasana)
This yoga poses stretches and strengthens the muscle of hips, thighs and ankles. Moreover, it also helps to relieve stress and fatigue. To practice, this yoga posture, get in the kneeling position meanwhile lower your bottom down. After this extend your upper body and arms out in front of you between thighs. Following this rest your forehead on the bed. Hold the pose for 30 seconds.
Cat Pose to Cow Pose (Marjaryasana to Bitilasana)
The cat poses to cow pose helps to improve posture and balance. Moreover, stretches the spine and neck. To practice this yoga posture, start with your hands and knees on the bed. Then lift your spine up like a cat while exhaling and keep your abdominals engaged. Also, allow your chin to drop to your chest. After this come in cow pose by arching your back, lifting your head up and letting your belly relax. Then return to into Cat pose and repeat. (Also read: Yoga poses to cure phone’s side effect on health)
Seated Forward Fold (Paschimottanasana)
This yoga posture helps in calming the brain and helps to relieve stress and mild depression. Moreover, it also stretches the spine, shoulders and hamstrings. To practice this posture, extend your legs in front of you and flex your feet while seating ion the bed. After this, lift your arms and then reach your feet or ankles. Following this, continue to bend forward. Hold this position for 30 seconds for better results.
Supine Spinal Twist (Supta Matsyendrasana)
This yoga pose stretches the back muscles and glutes. Moreover, it provides the same benefits of massage to back and hips. To practice this yoga posture, bring your right knee close to the chest and gently lower it over the left side of your body while laying in the bed. Following this, draw your right arm out to your right side and place on your left hand on your right knee. Hold for five to 10 breaths.
Happy Baby Pose (Ananda Balasana)
This yoga posture relaxes lower back and sacrum. Moreover, it opens hips, inner thighs, and groin. To practice this posture, bring your knees close to your chest and hold of the edges of your feet while lying on your back. After this allow your lower back to spread onto the bed while ensuring your ankles are stacked over your knees. Try to touch the tip of your tailbone to the bed. Hold the position for one minute. (Also read: How to start yoga practice at home)