Edited By: Pragati Bhandari

Vajrasana (Thunderbolt Pose) This pose is great for aiding digestion. Sit on your heels with your hands on your thighs, and keep your back straight. Hold this pose for a few minutes while taking deep breaths.

Paschimottanasana  (Seated Forward Bend) Sit with your legs extended straight in front of you,  and then bend forward at  the hips. Try to touch your  toes or reach as far as you  can comfortably. This can  help massage the abdominal organs and aid digestion.

Ardha Matsyendrasana  (Half Lord of the Fishes Pose) Sit with your legs extended, bend one knee, and cross it over the other, placing your foot flat on the floor. Twist your upper body toward the bent knee. This twist can stimulate digestion.

Bhujangasana (Cobra Pose) This gentle backbend can help relieve gas and bloating. Lie on your stomach, place your palms under your shoulders, and gently lift your upper body off the ground.

Marjariasana-Bitilasana  (Cat-Cow Pose) This dynamic duo of poses can help massage and stimulate the digestive organs. On your hands and knees, alternate between arching your back (cow) and rounding it (cat).

Pavanamuktasana  (Wind-Relieving Pose) Lie on your back and bring one knee toward your chest while keeping the other leg straight. Hug the knee and hold it in place for a few breaths.  Repeat with the other leg.

Apanasana  (Knees-to-Chest Pose) Lie on your back, bring both knees to your chest, and hug them. This pose can help relieve gas and bloating.

Supta Matsyendrasana  (Supine Spinal Twist) Lie on your back, bend one knee, and bring it across your body while keeping the opposite shoulder on the ground. This twist can aid in digestion and release tension.