Virabhadrasana II (Warrior Pose)
The point of this pose is to open your hips and engage quads. Do You Yoga adds that this pose, in particular, works all your muscles at once. It’s also great for pin-pointing tensions that need to be released while finding inner peace in a potential moment of discomfort. Basically, the more you do it, the more relaxed you should feel.
To do this post accurately, the website advises you to lie on your back with your knees bent and your feet flat on the ground. Make sure to point your toes pointing straight forward and keep your knees hip-width apart. Your arms should be at your sides as you tuck your chin into your chest. With an inhale, lift your behind as flat as possible so that your body makes a bridge, holding 3-5 breaths.
Viparita Karani (Legs-Up-the-Wall Pose)
To do this move (preferably on an empty stomach), find a wall, lie down on your back, and rest your legs up against the wall, forming a 90-degree angle.