Legs up the wall pose (also Viparita Karani)
It is a posture that helps bring your mind to the present moment, pulling you out of negative emotions. To get into this posture, support your legs vertical to the wall and lie down. Deep breathe and stay in this pose for five to 15 minutes. You can keep your body a few inches away from the wall if sliding right next to it causes discomfort.
Half moon pose (also Ardha Chandrasana)
Stand with your feet together. Step your right foot forward almost 2 feet and bend your right knee placing your right hand on the floor. Next shift your weight on your right foot, while stacking your right shoulder over right hand. Get your balance. Now lift and extend your left leg up and raise your left arm. Make sure you open the chest and firm your abdomen and roll rib cage up. This asana is believed to bring a sense of happiness.
Downward facing dog pose (also Adho Mukh Svanasana)
Lie down on your stomach. Place your hands next to the chest and raise your hips and land on your knees while keeping your hands firmly down. Pull your feet in and lift your hips high. Try reaching your heels down. This is a good asana to give you a feeling of spaciousness. It is a brilliant asana for your spine.
Lie on your stomach with your chin on the ground and hands on both sides. Bring your hands under your legs. Inhale and lift both your legs without bending your knees. Stay in the position for up to half a minute. Bring both legs down and repeat. This asana uplifts the mood instantly and helps relieve stress.