Sit on the floor with your legs stretched out in front of you. Straighten your back nice and stay in that position. Pull your navel inward and start turning from right to left.
Sit on your left side with your legs slightly bent. Keep your legs together.Place your left hand 30 cm from your pelvis. Stand up slowly, helping yourself with your hand. If you have problems with balance, use your legs. Stay in this position for 30 seconds, and change the side.
Sitting in V
Lie on your back. Hold your hands beside your body. Raise your legs above the ground to about 45 degrees. Raise your head so that your shoulders will be above the floor. When you are ready to start, lift the entire upper part of the torso and touch your knees. Slowly start to descend down. Stop when you are almost to on floor. Lift yourself up again. Repeat this process.
Primary kneeling (lower body)
Stand with feet at shoulder-width.Keep your hands under your chest to help you keep balance. Bend your knees and lower your hips to the position of sitting. Be sure to shift your weight to the back side of your legs. Then slowly start to lift yourself up.
Good morning (lower body)
Stand with feet at shoulder-width.Place your hands on the back of your head with your elbows wide open.Start bending your back forward until the position is parallel with the floor. Bend your knees while bending forward. Then slowly return to the starting position.