Starting out you might not have such great balance, you might also not be so flexible. But there is something for everyone when it comes to Yoga.

Here are some basic yoga poses that everyone can do, flexible or otherwise.

Cat/ Cow

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This is a common pose and it’s also a very good pose to ease a backache,

Child Pose 

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Child’s Pose is a true resting pose and one that you can hold for long periods of time without the need for props. It’s a resting pose that also helps to open up the muscles around your hips.

Pigeon Pose 

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When done properly, pigeon pose helps stimulate the internal organs and stretch deep glutes.

Bridge Pose

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The bridge pose is also very simple to learn and it’s in different variations. It stretches the chest, neck, spine, and hips and also strengthens the back, buttocks, and hamstrings.

Warrior One

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Also an easy pose, but it does a lot for your body. It strengthens your shoulders, arms, legs, ankles and back. Opens yours hips, chest and lungs. Improves focus, balance and stability.

Tree Pose

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Tree Pose stretches the thighs, groins, torso, and shoulders. It builds strength in the ankles and calves, and tones the abdominal muscles. The pose also helps to remedy flat feet and is therapeutic for sciatica.

Cobra Pose

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This back bend exercise strengthens your shoulders, arms and stretches muscles in the front section of the torso.

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