Reclined bound angle pose
This pose is a wonderful way to slowly introduce digestion movement and the perfect posture to start a gentle post-dinner practice. This posture allows your body to open, extend, and gently decompress, which creates space in your torso and pelvis. Lie on your back, arms extended slightly at your sides, palms facing upward, knees bent. Now place the soles of your feet together and allow your knees to fall away from each other, opening the hips.
Breathe gently and deeply.
Focus on sending oxygen into your digestive organs.
As you peacefully stay in this posture for two to four minutes, you will increase blood flow, stimulate your digestive organs, and welcome full relaxation to your body.