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Yoga brings many benefits to our body, and certain poses even help us reduce PMS cramps.

In addition to drinking soothing teas and using our Saba® pads, you can add some yoga poses to your period routine to pamper yourself. Here’re some that will help you and how to do them!

Pigeon Pose

First, sit down, and lengthen your spine. Place one leg in front of you, with your knee directly in line with your hip and your leg bent as to align your foot to the other side of your hip. Place the other leg behind you so that the back foot extends straight out in line with your hip. Breathe deeply and stay relaxed for 3 minutes, then change the position of your legs. You can lean your body fully forward or keep your back straight at all times.

Child’s Pose

Kneel on your mat, bring your buttocks towards your heels and place your forehead on the floor while relaxing your arms at the sides of the body or supporting them with the palms of your hands towards the ground. Take deep breaths and relax.

Half Bridge

Lie down on your mat and lift your hips and core while supporting your head and feet on the ground. You should bend your knees and keep your hands at your sides. Raise your hips and breathe calmly.


Sit on your mat, bring the soles of your feet together, and try to bring your knees as close to the ground as possible! Now, relax and control your breathing. You can also try leaning your body forward or backward as you feel comfortable.

Knees to Chin

In this posture, you must lie down on your mat and, as the name says, bring your knees to your chin. Hold the pose for eight breaths and rest.

May these yoga poses help alleviate your PMS cramps! 🤗.