Motherhood is the big new step to a wonderful new life- A life of motherhood, a life of responsibility, and a joy of being a mother to her own child she kept 9 months inside her and took great care of her child.

The process of motherhood is itself magical.

It is a celebration of a new life for every woman and Postpartum Yoga Poses here help in getting out a balance in between that previous and the present life and working out on the body to get back to its normal rhythm gradually.

For safety and better results make sure you start practicing Postpartum Yoga Poses only after 6 months of delivery to avoid any opening of stitches, injuries, and complications.

Speedy Recovery Postpartum Yoga Poses

For a mother, Carrying her own child for nine months along with the strain of delivery (C-section or normal) puts a lot of pressure on the body and the body goes through a lot of pain.

 Practicing gentle Postpartum Yoga Poses and pranayama works out as wonders in speeding up recovery Postpartum, relieving lower back pain, and comforting the strained muscles of the shoulders, arms, back, hip, and legs.

We have seen a lot of celebrity women- such as Shilpa Shetty, Kareena Kapoor, etc. cutting down weight in no time Postpartum.

if they could do it with the help of the right diet and exercising schedule using Postpartum Yoga Poses, then you can too.

One of the most common after-effects of pregnancy is an excessive gain of weight, and almost all women suffer from this problem after childbirth.

It becomes quite tough to shed the weight that a woman puts on during pregnancy. 

Postpartum Yoga Poses is the best and easiest effective way of toning the sagged muscles and reducing weight and excess fat from the belly region.

It is ideal to lose weight slowly and gradually Postpartum. 

5 Best Postpartum Yoga Poses Workout

All the women Postpartum can trust Postpartum Yoga Poses to help them get back in shape healthy is not much time practicing Yoga.

Having a good practice of these Postpartum Yoga Poses cuts off Postpartum weight easily.

Make sure to spend a decent amount of time like 30 minutes a  day on Postpartum Yoga Poses exercises that will surely help you get back in shape strong and healthy.

1. Tiger Pose

1. Get up on your hands and knees as shown in the figure, now raise your left knee and bring it in towards the chest while bending your head in. Do this while exhaling.

2. Hold this position for 4 seconds and swing your raised knee backward to stretch your leg and raise your head.

3. Do this while inhaling. Hold for 4 seconds, come back to the starting position, and repeat it with the other leg.

4. You might feel the tension in your abdominal, hip, and back muscles- exactly the areas that need to be worked on after childbirth.

5. Repeat it 5 to 10 times at a stretch or as your body permits.

2. Cobra Pose

1. Lie flat on your stomach on the yoga mat and relax your body.

2. Put your hands on the mat just under your shoulder and lift your chest from the mat while inhaling.

3. Keep your feet joined and fixed to the floor at all times.

4. Stretch your back as much as possible without hurting yourself and form a nice arc with your back.

5. Hold the pose for 10 seconds while breathing normally and exhale while lowering your body to the mat and make sure to repeat it 5 to 8 times at a stretch.

3. Pigeon Pose

1. Kneel on the mat and stretch the left leg back while bending the right knee so that the right foot rests near the pelvic bone.

2. Bend forward to support the position and place your hands on the floor in front of you for balance. Hold the position for 10 seconds and come back to the starting position.

3. Make sure to repeat the same pose with the other leg. Do the entire exercise 4 to 5 times at a stretch.

4. Camel Pose

1. Camel pose is a perfect yoga for flat tummy, to improve blood circulation and strengthening back muscles.

2. Sit on the floor with your knees bent in a way like you are sitting on your heels. Lift the body from the knees that the knees support your entire body weight.

3. Slowly arch your back, placing the palms on the heels of the feet. Make sure to keep the arms straight, and do not bend the elbows.

5. Eagle Pose

1. Stand straight on the mat and raise your arms to shoulder level.

2. Cross your left arm over the right one so that one elbow is on top of the other, wrap your forearms around each other and keep your fingers straight while your palms touch each other.

3. Lean your knees and put your right leg over the left one just above the knee.

4. Cross or Hook your right foot over the left calf or ankle.

5. Tilt your head towards the ceiling. Hold the posture for 60 seconds while breathing normally and come back to the starting position.

6. Make sure to repeat it with the other leg. Repeat this pose 5 to 6 times at a stretch.