Be a healthy and energetic mom with our easy-to-do yoga exercises

” This International Yoga Day, rebuild your confidence with the perfection of yoga.”

Yoga has been claimed a lifesaver by millions and billions of practitioners as it’s the perfect magical key to enlightenment. Yoga helps you speak out your independent story, your experiences, and your journey.  Yoga is a medium that takes you on a journey of self-realization and spiritual growth. It strengthens the purity of the mind by aligning it with the needs of the soul. Yoga never focuses on continuous exercises or heavy workouts, instead, it provides escape into the world of calming reality. It cures people from serious illnesses and addictions,  directing them to a path of wellness and self-satisfaction. Yoga can be your perfect destination for healing and practicing spirituality. For reconnecting with your lost beliefs and practicing the practical aspects of philosophy. 

Moms today in real-life struggle to spare some quality time for practicing their self-care routines. Their time is often consumed by clingy toddlers and crazy teenagers. As a result of which they face chronic sleep deprivation and suffer from retardation. In fact, call us crazy but there are still some moms who are making it happen. These fit moms find a way to work out even if it seems impossible. This International Yoga Day, we invite all the busy moms to release all their sufferings and experience salvation by recognizing the living breathing soul hiding beneath their motherhood and by practicing these healthy, easy-to-do yoga exercises with us. These yoga exercises will take you one step closer to solving your quest for enlightenment and direct you towards adopting a healthier lifestyle.

1:- Sukhasana also known as easy pose

” Let your soul learn new virtues with the help of yoga.”

Sukhasana- is a foundation posture used for seated mediation instead of LOTUS POSE. The name easy pose can be misleading as this requires hip flexibility and back strength to hold for a longer period of time. For those with tight hips and those used to sitting in chairs. The easy pose may require extra practice and warm-up. But it gets easy with practice. 


1.Improves postures.

2.Strengthens the back

3.Improves concentration and focus.

4.Promotes relaxation.


1.Sit on the floor

2.Cross one knee in front of the other, bringing each foot underneath the opposite knee.

3.Relax your feet with the pinky toe edge sitting on the floor.

4.On an inhale, roll your shoulder up to your ears and roll shoulders down your back on inhale. This straightens your spine and improves posture.

5. Bring your head over your pelvis, creating one long timeline of energy up and down your body.

6. Elongate your neck. Bring your chin parallel to the ground and gaze gently ahead of you.

7.Release every muscle in your face, including your forehead. 

8.Place your hands on top of your knees and relax.

2:- Bhujangasana also known as cobra pose

“Extend your arms, bend that spine a little, breathe and let it go.”

Bhujangasana is a reclining back-bending asana in yoga and modern yoga often conceived as a healthy exercise. It is commonly preferred in a cycle of asana in Surya Namaskar(a salute to the sun) as an alternative to urdhva mukha savasana (upwards dog pose).


1. Strengthens the spines

2.Stretches chest and lungs, shoulders and abdomen

3.Tones the buttocks.

4.Opens the heart and lungs.


1. Enter the state of asana by pacing yourself in a downward dog position

2. Place your palms under the shoulders, pushing them down until the hips lift slightly.

3. Rest the backs of your feet on the ground with legs outstretched and the face looking in the forward direction.

4. For the full pose, the back is arched until the arms are straight and the gaze is directed straight upwards or a little backward.

3:- Uttanasana or standing forward bend

“Add more years to your age by practicing power yoga.”

In uttanasana or standing forward bend the toes are grasped, either in a standing forward position or bending asana as practiced in modern yoga practice.


1.Stimulate liver and kidney.

2.Stretches the hamstrings, calves, and hips.

3.Improves digestion.

4.Reduce fatigue and anxiety.


1. This pose is entered from the beginning position of Tadasana(standing straight with hands up).

2. Bending forward at the hips until the palms can be placed on the floor and ultimately behind the heels.

4:- Viparita Karani or legs up

“Welcome yoga in your life and embrace the flexible lifestyle.”

VIPARITA KARANI is both an asana and a mudra in yoga. In modern yoga as exercise, it’s commonly a totally supported pose facing a wall and sometimes a pile of blankets.


1. Relaxation

2. Facilitate venous drainage and increases circulation.

3. Soothes swollen or cramped feet and legs.

4. Stretches the hamstrings and lower back.

5. Relieves lower back tension.

6. Pelvic floor relaxation.


1. Sit with your right side against the wall, with bent knees and your feet drawn in towards and your hips.

2. Swing your legs up against the wall as your turn to lie flat on your back.

3. Place your hips against the wall or slightly away.

4.Place your arms in any comfortable position.

5. Stay during this position for up to twenty minutes.

6. To release the pose, gently push yourself far away from the wall.

7. Relax on your back for a few moments.

8. Draw your knees into your chest and roll onto your right side.

9. Rest for a few moments before slowly moving into an upright position.

“Yoga is the mirror that reflects on your true self.”

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