New Delhi, India: Yoga improves the function of your lungs. Can help to strengthen immunity and lower the chances of getting sick. Let us know which yogasanas you can practise in the winter to boost your immunity.
Lie on your back with your knees bent and your feet firmly on the ground in Setu Bandhasana (Bridge Pose). Maintain a hip-width distance between your feet.
Place your palms facing down on the sides of your body. Inhale and slowly lift your hips and spine off the floor by pressing your feet into the floor. Return to your normal position after 4-8 breaths in this position.
Bhujangasana (Cobra Pose): Lie down on your stomach with your feet together, hands by your sides, and your forehead on the ground.
Bring your hands under your shoulders while keeping your elbows tight to your body. Raise the upper part of your body slowly while breathing. Stay in this position for a few moments before returning to your normal position.
Keep your toes on the ground together and your knees apart in Balasana (Child Pose).
Exhale and lower your torso to the point where your stomach rests against your thighs. Spread your hands upwards at the same time. Your stomach should be supported by your legs, and your head should be in contact with the mat. Return to the starting position after a few seconds of holding.
Lie down on your stomach in Dhanurasana (Bow Pose). Keep your arms at your sides and your feet hip-width apart. Bring your heels towards your buttocks by bending your knees upward. With both hands, grasp the ankles of both feet.
Lift your chest and legs off the ground while inhaling. Maintain a straight face and extend your legs as far as possible. Return to the beginning position after holding for 4-5 breaths.
Lie down comfortably on your back with your hands and feet on your sides in Shavasana (Corpse Pose).
Close your eyes and softly breathe in and out through your nose. Hold this position for ten minutes.