Strong pelvis is important for good posture, balance, breathing and of course, a healthy bladder.
Do these 5 yoga poses regularly and keep your pelvic floor healthy.
Mountain pose (Tadasana)
Stand straight with feet hips distance apart and the outer edges of your feet placed parallel to each other. Lengthen the spine and lift your navel towards the spine. Press up through the crown of your head and draw your tailbone back own towards your heels.
Chair pose (Utkatasana)
Stand up straight, keeping your feet hip width apart. Bring your arms over your head, then sit down into a squat position. And try to get your thighs parallel with the ground as much as you can.
Warrior II (Virabhadrasana II)
Take a wide-legged stance with your feet parallel to each other.Turn the right foot out 90 degrees and bend your right knee to a 90 degree angle, so that the top of your right thigh is parallel to the ground. Keep your right knee stacked over your right ankle and the left leg extended with toes turned in slightly. Keep your shoulders aligned above your hips as you extend your arms in opposite directions and look over to your right palm. Repeat with left knee bent and right leg straight, gazing over your left palm.
Happy Baby (Ananda Balasana)
Lie on your back, bend your knees and hold onto the outside edges of your feet with your hands. Bow, bring the knees towards your armpits and stretch your inner thighs. Keep your lower back as much as it’s possible on the ground.
Locust pose (Salabhasana)
Lie down on your belly with your arms at your sides. Lift your arms off of the ground and turn your palms to face out. Now reach back with your thumbs. Lift your chest, head and legs off the ground. Point the toes and reach your feet back.