Yoga Stretches for the Back, Hips, and Legs During Pregnancy
The Cat-Cow Stretch
You should be on all fours for this stretch. When you breathe in during this yoga, look up at the sky. As you let out your breath during this stretch, round your back and tuck your chin into your chest slowly. Ten times through, do this stretch.
The Cobra Stretch
This stretch is performed while on all fours. Raise your chest off the ground and arch your back while you focus on taking a deep breath in. It is important to return to the starting position when you exhale. This stretch should be repeated ten times.
The Child's Pose
Sitting on your feet with your knees far apart will help you stretch. Slowly touch your face to the ground and spread your arms out in front of you as you let out your breath. For about 30 seconds to a minute, you will need to hold this stretch.
Downward-facing dog pose. Imagine hugging your right leg by bringing your right knee to your right wrist. Lower your right shin and thigh to the floor. Like the limbo, maintain your left leg straight and extended behind you!
Place your feet hip-width apart. You must position like Squat by lowering your hips and bending your knees. These are the optimum body positions for doing the move successfully. Place your hands on the floor in front of you.
Tree pose is another leg-pain-relieving pregnant yoga exercise. Start by standing with feet together. Next, place one foot against the inside of your thigh with the sole pointing up. Put your hands in prayer position in front of your chest.