Five Yoga Poses You Need to Know

Mountain Pose (Tadasana)

Mountain pose may seem simple, but it's the foundation for standing and inverted poses. It works the torso and legs, grounding you and building confidence.

Down Dog 

Downward dog is a frequently practiced asana in yoga classes, offering a range of benefits such as strengthening the body, improving posture, and opening up muscles.

Tree Pose

Improve balance, posture, and core strength with this pose. Skip it if you have low blood pressure or balance issues, and focus on breathing.


Cobra pose helps increase spine flexibility, tone abdomen, and open chest & hip flexors. Perfect for deeper backbends, focus on alignment and avoid hunching.

boat pose

Boat pose is great for building core strength and can help prepare you for more advanced poses like headstands and arm balances with just a minute of daily practice.

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