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The Corpse pose – Shavasana – is the most fundamental of all yoga positions. The remains posture is the position of lying on the back at full length like a corpse.

Benefits: This is a resting pose and as such it’s said to remove fatigue and induce peace of mind.

The Tree pose – Vrksasana – a steady rooted position is produced by bringing one foot versus the inner thigh of the standing leg. The raised leg is out to the side and the hips is opened. Both hips are squared toward the front. The arms are in a namaste position in the center of the chest.

Benefits: The position improves balance and strengthens thighs, calves, and ankles. Enhances posture by enhancing the spine.

The Warrior present – Virabhadrasana – from a standing position, feet are jumped apart about 4 feet. Arms are raised parallel to the floor, gaze is forward. Left foot is turned 90 degrees to the left and the knee is bend (staying the knee above the ankle).

Benefits: Strengthens abdominal muscles, arms, and legs. Opens the chest and the groin location. Increases endurances.

The Lotus pose – Padmasana – in this pose the legs are crossed, feet resting on the thighs with soles dealing with up. The spinal column is set up, the hands either put on the knees, palms up, or resting in the lap.

Benefits: Improves posture, increases awareness, and usually has a calming and enjoyable effect.

The Triangle pose – Trikonasana – the legs are spread apart and the body stretches to the left, moving from the hips and crossing the left leg. Both arms are perpendicular to the floor, the left hand on the floor, or leaning on the calf or the outer ankle of the left foot, and the right-hand man rising straight. The spine is straight, chest open, the body facing to the front.

Benefits: Improves coordination and balance. Stretches lower and upper back, hamstrings and hips. Strengthens arms and opens chest. The triangle pose provides a complete stretch through the whole body.

The Plough pose – Halasana – from a relaxed position lying down with the arms at the sides, the feet are brought over the head toward the ground. The arms and feet remain unwinded.

Benefits: Stretches back and neck. Helpful for stomach body organs, for digestion, reinforces kidneys, liver, and the gallbladder.

The Bow pose – Dhanurasana – the pose beginnings with lying down with face on the floor. The hands are brought back to grasp the ankles. Feet are located, back is arched, the chest and head raise.

Benefits: Assists to release stress in the spine and solar plexus. Enhances the functioning of kidneys, liver, and small intestines.