1 - Find an open space near a wall and sit next to it, such that feet are on floor, spread in front of you, and the left side of body is touching the wall.
2 - Exhale. Lie on back, making sure that back of legs press against the wall, and that soles of feet face upwards. It will take you a little bit of movement to get comfortable in this position.
3 - Place buttocks a little away from the wall or press them against the wall.
4 - Make sure your back and head are resting on the floor. You will find that your body forms a 90-degree angle.
5 - Lift your hips up and slide a prop under them. You could also use your hands to support your hips and form that curve in your lower body.
6 - Keep head and neck in a neutral position and soften your throat and your face.
7 - Close eyes and breathe. Hold position for at least five minutes. Release and roll to any one side. Breathe before you sit up