YogIntra Suggest Few Yoga Poses for Relaxation After Work

YogIntra Suggest Few Yoga Poses for Relaxation After Work

YogIntra Suggest Few Yoga Poses for Relaxation After Work

When we go to work, our body and mind are generally in an active state, and this active state is very energy-consuming. After work, we should switch to lifestyle and dilute the mark of working all day, otherwise your mind and body are still in working mode, In the long run, it is easy to have physical and mental problems.

Here are a few yoga poses to practice after work:


Downward dog preparation

Cross the left leg forward, bend the right knee to the ground

Place your right calf on the ground and push your hips forward and down

Hold the yoga block with both hands and extend the spine

Core tightening, right hip extension

Stay for 1-2 minutes, switch sides

Salamba Bhujangasana:

Lie on your stomach with your elbows on the ground and your forearms on the floor

Abdominal adduction, chest lift

Keep your shoulders away from your ears and your hips on the ground.

The spine is extended and there is no compression at the back of the neck

Breathe naturally and hold for 1-2 minutes


Bend your legs up and down

Knees facing forward. Align as much as possible.

Heel close to the outside of the hip

Both sides of the ischium uniform landing

Spine extends slightly forward

Stay for 1-2 minutes, switch sides

Uttana Shishosana:

Knees down, thighs vertical on the floor

Put your toes on the ground and lie on your stomach

Spine extended, chest and chin placed on pillow

Abdomen constricted, arms extended forward

Hold for 1-2 minutes

Uthita Balasana:

Kneel with your knees apart and place a pillow under your hips

Stretch forward on your stomach, arms out to the front

Place a lower pillow or blanket under the chin

Hold for 2-3 minutes

Setu Bandha Sarvangasana:

Lie on your back, bend your knees, raise your hips

The yoga block is placed in the lumbosacral region

Stretch your legs forward in turn and push your hips up

Adduction between abdomen and back, hold for 1-2 minutes

Supta Matsyendrasana:

Keep your legs together and bend your knees to the right.

Turn your head to your left and rest your right hand on your legs

Legs closer to the ground, chest stretch

Stay for 1-2 minutes, switch sides to practice

Supta Matsyendrasana (Variation):

Bend your legs to the side

Lie forward on your stomach and place the pillow under your body

Face to face, shoulders relaxed and breathe naturally

Stay for 3-5 minutes, switch sides and repeat.