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Did you miss your yoga session this morning? Or your morning workout? Worry not – we have a few easy yoga poses that you can do sitting in your chair at office….Practice neutral standing or sitting: Keep your feet at the distance of your hips and bend forward. Look down at your feet while keeping them parallel. Make sure that your knees and hips are at right angles if you are sitting. Sit tall and straight at the end of your chair. Shoulder Shrug: Relax your stiff shoulders by keeping your hands on your sides. You may sit or stand for this exercise. Raise your shoulders to come up to your ears while you inhale a long breath. Let your shoulders come back down while you exhale. Tense the muscles of your neck and shoulder as you inhale and relax them completely when you exhale. Ear to shoulder roll: Sit with your spine erect on your chair and both feet flat on the floor. Inhale deeply and while you exhale, roll your left ear slowly towards your left shoulder. Inhale again, and exhale slowly, rolling your chin back to your chest. Inhale once again, and exhale slowly, rolling your right ear to your right shoulder. Inhale deeply and exhale slowly, rolling your chin back to your chest. Do 4 or more sets of this.Upper Body Stretch: Sit firmly on the edge of your chair and grip its back. Straighten your arms while keeping your back straight, and let your upper body pull you forward to stretch your shoulders, upper back and chest. Repeat a few times.Shoulders and Back Stretch: Clasp your hands firmly behind your head while sitting erect. Gently pull your elbows as far back as you can, then hold them firmly in position. Repeat a few times.Spinal Stretches: Sit on your chair with your spine erect and both feet flat on the floor. Imagine that you have a string attached to the crown of your head which is gently pulling you up. Fix your gaze directly in front of your nose. Rest your hand on your chin and inhale deeply and exhale slowly. Gently press your chin in to your neck. Do 4 or more sets.Leg Stretch: Grip the seat of your chair while sitting. Now raise one leg while flexing your foot. Move the leg outward slowly and then back toward the centre and down. Straighten your shoulders and relax your neck and hands as you stretch. Hold each stretch for 15 seconds to a minute. Repeat with other leg. Start with five repetitions. Deep breathing: Sit with your spine erect on your chair and both feet flat on the floor. Inhale deeply filling your belly, lungs and chest. Slowly expel the breath from your lungs, and then your belly. Repeat 4 times with your eyes closed.Chair relaxation: Sit with your spine erect on your chair and both feet flat on the floor. Grasp your kneecaps firmly. Relax your shoulders and arms. Now, inhaling slowly, press and lift your chest forward and up. Then exhale slowly rounding your back, pulling your navel in to your spine and curling your shoulders forward. Repeat 4 to 5 more times until your body feels loose and relaxed.Temple Rub: Keep your elbows on your desk and place your hands on your temples. Using small circular motions, rub your temples gently clockwise and anti-clockwise. Do this for a duration of 10 long breaths.
Meditation: Sit with your spine erect on your chair and both feet flat on the floor. Start taking long, deep breaths and gently slip your chin down to your chest. Rest your hands on your thighs and relax your shoulders and back. Close your eyes and take your gaze to a point between your eyebrows. Stay this way for 8 to 10 long and deep breaths, depending on the time you have.