Four simple asanas will help to restore the natural flow of energy in the female body and to bring the nervous system back into balance. Strike yoga for stress!:)
The Plow pose: Lie on your back. Raise your legs up and cross them behind your head. Keep the legs straight, the heels together and the toes reach to the floor. Pull both hands to the toes. Hold this pose for 5 minutes. Then slowly lower the spine back onto the floor vertebrae by vertebrae. Slowly place your feet on the floor, arms along the body.
Camel pose: Sit on your heels. Grab hands behind your heels and lift your pelvis up and forward, bend your head, pull the pelvis forward. Stay in this position for 3 minutes with slow deep breathing. Then gently lower the pelvis back to your heels. This is a good exercise regulates the activity of reproductive organs.
Bow pose: Lie on your stomach. Hands grab ankles. Vignettes up so that your spine has become like an onion. Lift the hips and head as high as possible. Hold the posture with deep slow breathing.
The shoulder stand: supine position raise the legs to 90°, then lift your torso and grab your lower back with your hands resting on your elbows. Keep the torso perpendicular to the floor and distribute the weight of the body on the neck and shoulders. The chin rests on the chest. Deep slow breathing. This exercise puts pressure on all the organs and stimulates the thyroid gland.