This pose helps to improve blood circulation to the pelvic area and reduces stress. Lie on your back with your legs extended up against a wall, forming a 90-degree angle. Stay in this position for 10-15 minutes to promote relaxation and boost fertility.
This pose stimulates the ovaries and uterus, improving blood flow to the reproductive organs. Kneel down on the floor and bring your feet together with the soles touching. Gently press your knees towards the ground while maintaining an upright posture.
The hips are opened, and the reproductive organs are stimulated in this stance. Lie down on your back, bend your knees, and ensure your feet are touching the ground. Place a yoga block or bolster beneath your sacrum for support while you raise your hips off the floor.
This pose helps to stretch the groin and hips while promoting relaxation. Lie on your back, bend your knees, and bring the soles of your feet together. Allow your knees to open outward, feeling a gentle stretch in the inner thighs.
This pose stretches the hamstrings and stimulates your ovaries and uterus. Sit on your mat and stretch your legs in front of you. Slowly fold forward, reaching for your feet or ankles while keeping your spine straight.
This pose stretches the front of the body, including the abdomen and reproductive organs, and promotes hormonal balance. Kneel on the floor, tuck your toes under, and lift your chest upward while gently arching your back.
This inversion pose helps to improve blood circulation to the reproductive organs and balance hormone levels. Start on your knees, interlace your fingers, place the top of your head on the mat, and lift your legs up, finding balance against a wall.
This pose increases blood flow to the pelvis, stretches the inner thighs, and stimulates the reproductive organs. Stand with your legs wide apart, hinge forward from the hips, and place your hands on the floor or on blocks.
This resting pose promotes relaxation and allows you to connect with your breath. Kneel on the floor and sit back on your heels, ensuring your big toes are together. Bend your upper body on your thighs and extend your arms forward, resting your forehead on the mat.
This final relaxation pose helps to reduce stress, calm the mind, and restore balance. Lie down on your back, arms relaxed by your sides, and close your eyes. Focus on deep, rhythmic breathing while letting go of any tension in your body.
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