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Taking it to Instagram, Anushka Parwani celebrity yoga instructor shared an important guide on yoga for covid-19 recovery and how to build stronger immunity. Anushka writes, “The asanas & stretches can be started at home during self-isolation and easily incorporated into your daily routine.” Also Read - Covid or no COVID, Work From Home Policy Stays on Table For Several Companies | Full List

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“Always consult your doctor & check the contra-indications before you start any kind of Yoga practice,” writes Anushka Parwani.

Here Are The Yoga Asanas

  • Bitilasana (Cow Pose)

Here’s how to perform:

  1. Spread your fingers
  2. Lookup
  3. Arch your spine and lift your tailbone
  4. Lower your belly
  5. Keep knees and hip at distance
  6. Flex your toes
  • Marjariasana (Cat Pose)

Here’s how to perform:

  1. Spread your fingers
  2. Pull your chin to the chest
  3. Tuck your tailbone and belly
  4. Bend your knees
  5. Extend your toes
  • Baddhakonasana (Butterfly Pose)

Here’s how to perform:

  1. Draw your shoulders back
  2. Press elbows into legs for a deeper stretch
  3. Thumbs into arches, open feet like a book
  4. Keep your chest broad
  5. Tilt your pelvis forward and lengthen the spin
  • Seated Kapotasana (Pigeon Pose)

Here’s how to perform:

  1. Push your chest out towards the ankle
  2. Keep your knee in one line with the ankle
  3. Keep your back straight.
  • Parivrtta Janu Sirsasana (Side Stretch)

Here’s how to perform:

  1. Bend your elbow and press into the floor
  2. Take another elbow and bend towards the ceiling
  3. Lengthen to rotate the spine
  4. Slightly raise the sitting bone
  5. Press shin into the floor
  • Pawanmuktasana

Here’s how to perform:

  1. Pull your knees and ankles together
  2. Pull knee close to chest
  3. Press thighs on the abdomen
  4. Keep your buttocks off the floor
  5. Keep your head and neck relaxed

What Are The Benefits?

Sitting in one position might lead to tightening of muscles. By performing these easy yoga asanas, you are freeing your muscles and allowing blood circulation. Thus, keeping your body active. Physical exercise helps in reducing stress and calming the mind and body.