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Yoga for Relaxation and Stress Relief

Yoga for Relaxation and Stress Relief

03 Sessions

Sessions in this pack


Session 1

43 Min

Marjariasana , Dandasana, Bhujangasana, Vrikshasana


Session 2

44 Min

Trikonasana (Triangle pose), Virabhadrasana (Warrior pose) , Garudasana (Eagle pose), Setu Bandhasana


Session 3

53 Min

Parsvakonasana, Shalabhasana, Gomukhasana, Ananda Balasana (happy baby pose)

About this pack

This pack will focus on yoga for stretching and releasing stress from your body as well as pranayama for relaxation. These sessions will address the body, mind and breath.


Physical and mental relaxation

Improve body's range of motion and flexibility

Reduce stress

Yoga for Stress Relief

Yoga for relaxation and yoga for stress relief has gained momentum over the years. Almost every individual has sooner or later shifted to yoga from hard-core gymming as yoga is much more impactful as well as very beneficial for your health. Usually, it is said that morning yoga is the most beneficial, but some yoga before sleep can also prove to be fruitful. There are some relaxing asanas that can prove to be excellent anecdotes in the form of yoga for stress management or yoga for a calm mind. Let us have a look at how yoga reduces stress and why experts recommend yoga for mind relaxation.


One of the easiest poses as well as an example for yoga for strength, even if it means your internal or mental strength – Sukhasana does an excellent job of opening up your hips and extending your spine structure. It is a form of stress release yoga where all your physical exhaustion is eliminated and you feel light and less anxious.


Also known as the child pose – One of those poses that enable yoga deep breathing – all you need to do is kneel down and sit on your heels, now as you stretch forward, you have to make sure that your chest touches your thighs, as you hold this position, you are advised to deep breathily, this helps greatly in the field of yoga for stress. It reduces anxiety.


Yoga for digestion is often the most heard of solutions. It helps in stretching your spine as well as the lower back. Can be considered as one of the yoga breathing exercises. Here you sit down and extend your feet forward, absolutely straight. Then bend and stretch your hands till the time they touch your feet. Inhale and hold the position for a while and then exhale.


Yoga for back pain is a breakthrough pose that comes in the form of Uttanasana. Other than relieving you of back pain, it also helps in reducing stress and depression, as well as anxiety. You have to stand straight and bend forward till the time your hands touch your toes. A lot of stretching takes place in this pose. Take some deep breaths and hold the pose and move onto the next.

Ananda Balasana

One of the best yoga poses is the happy baby pose which helps in relieving stress to a great extent. The sole purpose of getting into the habit of practising yoga is to attain calmness and get relaxed. This is one of the few poses that helps in relaxing. All you need to do for this asana is just lie down on your back, extend your legs as well as your arms on your sides. The next step involves you bending your knee in the direction of your belly. Stretch out your hands and hold your feet. The last step requires you to stretch out your knees wide and hold for that position for at least 60 seconds. Thus, yoga comes with a lot of benefits, it depends on what you are looking for and go for the poses that will help you in achieving those goals. Yoga is an excellent solution to all the stress that you have to go through on an everyday basis. It is important that you find a source to release that stress and relax your body muscles. The various poses that are available help in different ways and are very helpful. You need to understand your body in order to understand what form of yoga is going to give you the results that you desire for. Yoga is therapeutic in many ways