Do try out these yoga steps.
Begin by sitting up straight in a chair with both hands on your lap, and then slowly raise your head and gaze up toward the ceiling, stretching back your neck. Afterwards, bring your left ear down toward your left shoulder and hold. Then roll your head downward and bring your chin to your chest. Roll your head to the right and bring you right ear to your right shoulder. Repeat at least three times on each side.
The mountain pose is the foundation of most standing yoga poses and is often practiced between postures as a way to reset and balance the body. In a seated position, it can help you release tension from your upper body, keep your posture in check, and strengthen your core.
Begin by sitting straight on a chair, arms relaxed at your sides, and feet flat on the floor. Bring your arms in front of you at 90-degree angle and with palms facing each other. Place your right arm under your left; their backs should be pressing together.
Cat and Cow
Begin by sitting straight up on the chair, feet flat on the floor, and arms relaxed on your lap. Inhale while arching your back, chest raised and head tilted upward, gazing toward the ceiling. Then exhale while rounding your spine and head dropping forward. Tuck your chin to your chest. Repeat for at least five times, moving fluidly from cat to cow posture.