lying yoga postures

Lying Yoga Poses

If you are searching for yoga poses that you can perform while lying on your yoga mat, you are right in this category. Here you will find listed all those yoga poses for which people do not have to sit or stand up.

You might believe that lying yoga poses are the easiest ones and cannot be very intensive. This thought however is wrong. There are relaxing poses that focus on breathing and calming down body and mind but also activating and stimulating exercises, both for strength and for flexibility. These yoga poses can actively strengthen your muscles in any part of your body and you will notice how they get strong without you even getting up from the floor.

Some of the yoga postures that you see below can be done even while lying in bed, for that please visit our section Yoga in Bed. There you find exercises specifically for the purpose of doing it in time of rehabilitation, in mornings or evenings and if you are bedridden.

Of course you can do many of the breathing exercises while you are lying, too.
Enjoy your yoga practice!

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Ananda Balasana - Happy Bab...

Feel just like a baby in this pose and enjoy lying, rolling and feeling the body. It is beneficial against depression, stress and tension and als...

Anantasana

Practice this yoga exercise to tone your legs and make your hips more flexible. Digestion improves, the first chakra is activated and you feel mo...

Ardha Bhekasana - Half Frog...

A variation of Bhujangasana with its own special benefits. Stretches legs and arms and stimulates your digestive system at the same time. If you ...

Ardha Shalabhasana - Half L...

Do the half locust not only if you practice for the full one but also to reduce extra thigh fat, to make your digestive system work properly agai...

Bhujangasana - Cobra Pose

Great pose against constipation, menstruation pain, stress, fatigue and much more! Help your digestion, get fitter and in great shape!

Chakrasana - Wheel

This upside-down pose helps your back as well as your digestion and strengthens your arms. A pose that children always love!

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