Here is a yoga program which is ideal to help you fall asleep. Yoga moves to supplement your regular yoga practice during the week Our Tip: "Like in a Hollywood movie, underscore the mood with the right music."
Use these three mental images to help you control your breathing during the exercises flowing softly. Practice the three steps first in succession, then connect it to a gentle airflow. This applies to all breathing exercises.
A flower breathing: Breathe gently and only through the nose - as if you are breathing against a delicate flower.
The sea breathe: Let the breath in the throat making a sound like the sea. Quiet and barely audible. Draw respiratory phases in the length, as if you are by the sea and breathe the air deeply.
Breathe a sentence: and also emphasize the exhalation, like a long sentence, you are talking to the end. Inhalation can be done passively, then exhale slowly and precisely.
Supported Butterfly Pose
Using a small pillow for your head. place the soles of your feet together and drop the knees gently apart. Rest the upper body backward.
Posture: Placing your hands on the abdomen, close your eyes. The bed supports the upper body, and the head is slightly elevated - this position facilitates deep breathing. Let your weight sink completely into the matress and let go.
Duration: at least five minutes.
Breathing: Do not force it but let it happen naturally.
Should you experience pain in the groin, then support the knees with two pillows.
Happy Baby Pose
Posture: Exhale and pull your knees towards the armpits. Shoulders relax and let the tailbone sink to the matress. Find the intensity level at which you feel comfortable.
Duration: at least ten breaths.
Breathing: Deep breaths letting go more and more when exhaling.
Too strenuous? Place a pillow under your head.
Posture: Knees up and the arms spread to support you. Finally lift your heals and rock your pelvis from side to side
Duration: At least ten breaths, then repeat on the opposite side.
Breathing: Breathe freely
Posture: Exhale and place legs at right angles to the upper body turn to the left turning your head to the right.
Duration: at least three minutes.
Breathing: With each inhalation widen the ribs. With each exhalation let your shoulders fall more into the matress.
Eye of the Needle
Posture: On exhalation raise the left knee to your chest, keeping lower back and shoulders relaxed on the floor.
Duration: At least ten breaths, then switch sides.
Breathing: Deep and slow.