Stand with your feet together.Raise your hands above your head and clasp your palms together, extend the stretch by trying to reach for the ceiling.
Exhale, and slowly bend sideways from your hips, keeping your hands together. Remember not to bend forward and keep your elbows straight. You should feel a stretch from your fingertips to your thighs.
Inhale and come back to the standing position. Repeat this pose on the other side.
Stand with your feet together and hands by your side.
Now extend your right leg forward and keep your left leg extended backwards.
Gently bend your right knee so that you get into the lunge position.
Twist your torso to face your bent right leg.
Slightly turn your left foot sideways (about 400-600) to give you that extra support.
Exhale, straighten your arms and raise your body up and away from your bent knee.
Stretch your arms upwards and slowly tilt your torso backwards so your back forms and arch.
To get out of this pose exhale and straighten your right knee. Now push off your right leg and come back to your original position. You can use your hands to support you. Do not rush out of this pose; you might injure your back or legs. Repeat this aasana for the other leg as well.
Stand straight on your yoga mat with your hands in namaste in front of you.
Now raise your hands above your head and bend at the knee such that your thighs are parallel to the floor.
Bend your torso slightly forward and breathe.
Stay in this position for as long as you can. Gently go back to the standing position.
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