In addition to promoting blood circulation, stimulating and rejuvenating the nervous system, the following actions also relax the muscles, especially the smooth muscles that make up the organs.
Due to this relaxation of nerves and muscles, it will re-regulate sympathetic nerves, regulate emotions, relieve psychological stress, regulate endocrine, visceral and enhance ability immune system.
Seal posture
Preparing posture: sit on your left heel, right leg straight back, feet and knees touching the floor, soles of the feet facing up.
The left leg contracts, the sole of the left foot touches the inner corner of the right leg. Shoulders and face facing forward. Hands on left knee (picture 1).
Rhythm 1: push arm straight, arched back, lean back - breathe (picture 2).
Rhythm 2: return to the preparation position - breathing

Rhythm 3: Back with hands close to the thigh corner, straighten your arms, arch your back, tilt your head back - breathe (picture 3).


Stay in the focused posture and count for 3-5 breaths.
Rhythm 4: return to the preparation position - breathing. Perform a movement of 3-5 times.
Small pigeon posture
Preparing posture: Figure 1.
Rhythm 1: bend right foot, put right foot in right elbow, left hand circle forward (figure 4). The left hand hooks into the right hand, facing forward (Figure 5).
Rhythm 2: Slowly raise your left hand to the head - breathe (picture 6)
Hold your posture, focusing on counting from 3-5 breaths.


Great dove pose
Rhythm 1: Right hand back, hold the little toe of the right foot (picture 7). Turn your index finger towards the ceiling, turn your left hand around your right forefinger and touch your forehead with your forehead if you can - breathe - breathe (Figure 8).
Focus on counting 3-5 breaths..

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