5 Yoga Poses That Can Help In Natural Delivery

Yoga Poses That Can Help In Natural Delivery

Everyone wants to have who a normal delivery or opt for natural birth. But there are complications that may prevent you from doing the same. Sometimes, it could be that you are overweight or the size of the baby is an issue. Other times, there could be some more complications. However, it is possible to increase the chances of a natural birth with these yoga poses-

Twisted Pose

For this exercise or yoga pose, you have to sit crossed legged. Then gently turn towards your right side and twist a bit. Try to place your right hand over the floor as you twist. Make sure that your butts remain on the ground, without exerting excessive pressure on the stomach. It helps to ease back pain and aids in normal delivery.

Twisted Pose

Butterfly Pose

For this pose, you have to sit on the floor with legs extended in front of you. Then bring both the heels towards your crotch area and press the knees towards the floor. Feel the intense stretch on the inside of your legs as you do the same. It helps in easing the pressure from the womb and helps the baby to come down naturally.

Butterfly Pose

Mountain Pose

For this pose, you have to stand straight with both legs together. This yoga pose is ideal for trying for normal delivery, because it works on multiple muscles. Raise both hands above the head and interlock them. Stretch as much as you can while trying to raise the heel off the floor slightly. It stimulates the muscles on the abdomen, while improving back strength for natural delivery.

Mountain Pose

Squat Pose

The squat pose here is done using a supporting ball or even ask your partner to help. In this pose, you have to keep back straight and go down in a deep squat, without tensing the stomach. This is a great birth posture too and is known for helping in smoother deliveries.

Squat Pose

Thunderbolt Pose

For this pose, sit on your knees and take both heels under your butts. Keep back straight and then take both the hands, backwards. Rest on the floor and stretch backwards. Make sure that you are balanced well here. This helps in the baby getting a smoother passage coming down the pelvic area.

Thunderbolt Pose