9 simple yoga poses to build muscles

Plank Pose  

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Chaturanga Dand asana 

ChaturangDand asana Or Four-pronged Staff Pose, also known as Low Plank, is an asana in modern yoga as an exercise and in some forms of Surya Namaskar (Sun Salutation). 

Warrior Pose 

Virabhadrasana is also known as the warrior pose. The word Virbhadrasana is composed of three words: vira meaning courageous, warrior or zealous; Badra means auspicious or auspicious, while asana means posture. 

Boat Pose 

The word Navasana is composed of the Sanskrit words 'nava', which means boat, and 'asana', which means posture. By strengthening your core and thighs, Navasana improves balance and improves posture. 

Bridge Pose 

Keep both your arms beside your body with palms facing down. Next, inhale and slowly lift your lower, middle and upper back off the floor. Make sure your chin touches your chest as you roll your shoulders inward. 

Chair Pose 

Utkatasana (chair pose) is sometimes translated from Sanskrit to English as "fire seat" or "powerful pose". It is a strong and heat-generating asana that brings all parts of your body into a cohesive and powerful whole. 

Tree Pose 

Vrikshasana or Vriksha Dambha is a beautiful meditation that integrates our body, mind and breath. This invokes the virtues of kindness, generosity, flexibility, tolerance, strength, endurance, balance, and grace. 

Locust Pose 

Shalabhasana also called locust pose, is derived from the Sanskrit word Salabha meaning grasshopper, and asana meaning posture. It is one of the 32 yoga asanas for bending the spine and strengthening the back muscles and internal organs.  

Crow Pose  

Kakasana (Crow Pose) is done with your arms bent and your knees resting on your upper arms. In Bakasana (Crane Pose), your arms are straight and your knees are tucked closer to your underarms.