Pose Yoga to Help You Sleep

Salabhasana, also known as the Locust Pose, is great for back flexibility and strength. If it's difficult to lift both legs at once, start with one. Then put it down again and pick up the other.

Uttanasana If you can't touch your toes, bend comfortably and rely on a yoga block or mat. You'll stretch your back and boost brain oxygen and blood flow.

Janu Sirasana (Head-of-the-Knee) This yoga pose is a sitting forward bend. It's a great stretch for your back, arms, and legs. Sleeping helps digestion.

Savasana—Corpse Pose Yogis generally finish their practice with this one. It closes the session and lets the practitioner's efforts sink in. This is our ideal sleep posture!

Supta Padangusthasana Flatten your back, Straighten a leg, Grab your big toe with the arm on the elevated leg, Keep your back flat on the floor without gaps, Switch sides after five breaths.

(Bridge Pose) Lie on your back with hip-width feet, Keep your feet flat and heels to your buttocks, Raise your rear end, Press your shoulders further by interlacing your fingers.

Easy Pose Meditation and mindfulness frequently conjure up the easy position. Sukhasana makes breathing exercises easy.

Child Pose Child's Pose calms and helps you sleep. It stretches the low back and hips, This posture is also good for tough office days.

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