5. Child’s Pose
This pose is natural enough to calm your mind and body and promotes digestion.
Lie down on the mat and bring your feet together, keep drawing the seat beneath the heels. Keep your head on the mat and fold forward while your arm spread to each side of the mat.
6. Extended Puppy Pose
This pose is generally known to stretch your stomach and heart and is a combo of child and downward dog pose.
Rest your hands on the ground, leave your hips in the air, aligned with knees and walk your hands onward.
7. Bridge Pose
The pose is ideal for stimulating blood flow and for squeezing your digestive organs and stomach.
Lie on the mat with bent knees and feet on the floor. Keep your shoulders, neck and feet on the ground and raise your hips slowly. Lift your upper body in a way to form mild spinal arc.