I'd like to try it but I can take it easy! Recommended yoga pose for you.
Everyone practicing yoga would think that "people who are busy have the time to try yoga!" Yoga practices a lot of working men, feeling the effect actually, because yoga "deepens breathing, focuses on myself, stretches the hardened part comfortably and activates the body".
However, those who do not know what to do because it is a beginner, try trying a typical CAT & COW that will eliminate the back and back stiffness and a Camel pose to open up your chest and deepen your breathing. Both are representative poses of yoga and can take place not only in the living room but also on the futon, so why not try practicing while your child is asleep?
Lower back pain, Marjarrarana that makes light back pain (Cat's pose)
This pose is the best movement to unravel the hard body. Please move slowly and repeatedly as you move your breath.
■Effect: Effect on stress. Shoulder stiffness, stiffness of the back, relieve the sagging of the lower body, relax the abdomen, activate the internal organs. By extending the wrist, it also eliminates tiredness of the arm.
1. Place both knees on the floor so that your shoulders are just above your wrists and waist is right above your knees. Spread your fingers and press the floor with the palm of your hand. Breath while breathing, let the spine be hollow, extend your stomach, chest, throat and look your eyes at the ceiling. Push up the cocum to the ceiling and push it up as high as possible.
2. While exhaling, round the backbone in an arched shape as high as possible, look into the caudad and stretch the neck, back, waist. Let’s repeat the operation slowly with 5 times as it is.
3. Next, the fingertip is redirected in the direction of the knee and it operates with the wrist stretched. Switch breathing as well. Breathe in and breathe in and examine your eyes to the ceiling.
4. As I breathe in, slowly look into the tail bone. Let’s repeat the motion slowly with reference to 5 times as it is.
The next page is an introduction of the pose that extends the body side.