Top 10 Yoga Poses You Should Do Every Day

Multiple Blue Rings

Pelvic Tilts

"Pelvic tilts are gentle and subtle. Rock your hips towards your face, keeping your butt on the floor. It strengthens core muscles, supports the spine, and improves alignment."

Dot
Multiple Blue Rings

Pelvic Tilts

"These tilts are beneficial for low back pain. Strengthen your core and align your spine. Remember, rock hips towards the face without lifting the butt off the floor."

Dot
Multiple Blue Rings

Cat-Cow Stretches

"Warm up your back with 5 to 10 cat-cow stretches. Similar to pelvic tilts, the pelvis moves while doing this stretch. It invigorates your body, increases spine flexibility."

Dot
Multiple Blue Rings

Cat-Cow Stretches

"Cat-cow stretches extend the pelvic tilt motion along the entire spine. It awakens your body, boosts flexibility, and prepares your back for exercise. Do 5-10 repetitions."

Dot
Multiple Blue Rings

Downward-Facing Dog

"Downward-facing dog improves flexibility and strength. Stretches hamstrings, calves, and shoulders. Strengthens core, arms, and external obliques to stabilize the back."

Dot
Multiple Blue Rings

Downward-Facing Dog

"This pose is a powerful exercise. Enhance flexibility and strength. Target hamstrings, calves, and shoulders. Strengthen core, arms, and external obliques for back stability."

Dot
Multiple Blue Rings

Low Lunge

"The low lunge stretches hips, hip flexors, hamstrings, and calves. A strengthening move too, targeting quadriceps, hamstrings, and glutes as you step forward."

Dot
Multiple Blue Rings

Low Lunge

"Low lunge stretches hips, hip flexors, hamstrings, calves. Also strengthens quadriceps, hamstrings, and glutes when stepping forward. A beneficial and versatile exercise."

Dot
Multiple Blue Rings

Straight-Leg Lunge

"Try the straight-leg lunge for hamstring and lower back stretches. Strengthen core, improve balance as muscles stabilize you. Excellent and effective exercise."

Dot
Multiple Blue Rings

Straight-Leg Lunge

"Try the straight-leg lunge for hamstring and lower back stretch. It boosts core strength and balance, as muscles stabilize your body. A beneficial, versatile move."

Dot