Talasana also known as Palm tree Pose, your body will remain straight and upright like the trunk of the palm tree.
Dhanurasana or Bow Pose, by lifting your torso up and backward, the chest is opened and the back is deeply stretched. This pose is a great way to deeply stretch the back after a long day of hunching over.
Chakrasana, popularly known as Wheel Pose or Urdhva Dhanurasana (upward- facing Bow Pose). It is a deep backbend posture and gives flexibility and strength to the spine. This pose should not perform without a warmup.
Ustrasana or Camel Pose stretches the front of the body including the chest, abdomen and quadriceps. It improves spinal flexibility as much of the day you are likely to be sitting or slouching and bending your spine forward.
Savasana or Corpse Pose is a relaxation pose all you need to do is relax your body fully. Corse Pose that takes us to the next level of our practice, which is pranayama. This pose teaches us to keep the spine elongated while reclining and cultivates stillness. The physical and the mental body are trained to be quiet in this pose.