Cobra stretch: You may feel like you want to curl up when you’re in pain, but doing the exact opposite.
Fish pose: From a yoga perspective, the fish pose works great in releasing trapped.
Forward bend: Feeling grounded and connected can help calm the parasympathetic.
Knee-to-chest: Bloating and excessive gas can be very uncomfortable.
Seated straddle forward bend: Many women experience back pain during this time of the month.
Supine butterfly: This is a great stretch to promote calmness and relaxation, which are important.
Bound angle (seated butterfly): This seated stretch works great in calming you down, as well as releasing.
Child’s pose: This is a comfortable and soothing position to get into during your period.
Supine twist: A twisting motion may help stimulate blood flow in your pelvic region.
Legs up a wall: It doesn’t get simpler than this. Stretching your legs up against.
Cat and cow: This gentle core stretch relaxes your muscles and promotes blood flow.
Pigeon pose: Tension in the hips can aggravate cramping, but the pigeon pose can really.
Happy baby pose: In addition to being a great hip opener and helping to reduce tension in your back.
Supine figure 4 stretch: This is a great stretch for both your glutes and lower back.
Supine figure: To perform the supine figure 4 stretch, lay on your back, then grab and raise.