Getting out of bed in the morning to take onthe challenges of a new dayisnt always the highlight of our daily routine.

Couple that with the idea of fitting in an early workout, and, well, that can be enough to send anyone into self-induced winter hibernation.

Luckily, you can fit in your daily exerciseroutine without leaving the comfort of yourpillow-laden sanctuary thanks to this yoga routine.

Jen DeKok, one of the fitness prosfrom San Francisco’sCorePower Yoga, shows us there’sno need to hit the snooze button for these moves.

Just roll over and follow these simple poses to begin your day with a sense of “Om” instead of “Ugh!”

1.Wind Removing Pose

Also known as the one-legged knee-to-chest pose, thismovement helps torelievetension that occurs in the area of the belly and lower back.

Layon your back, inhale deeply and bring one knee to your chest. Wrap your arms around your knee and clasp your fingers together.

While exhaling, lift your head and bring your chin toward your chest. Hold this position for four to eight breaths. On an exhale, slowly return your head back to the bedand straighten your legs. Repeat with the other leg.

2.Eye Of The Needle Pose

Lie on the bedwithyour knees bent. Place the right ankle on the left knee and flex the right foot.

Clasp your hands behind your left hamstring and hug it in toward your torso, with your head still on the bed.

Hold for one to two minutes, and repeat on the other side.

3.Reclined Spinal Twist

Just like wringing out a sponge, yoga twists are a great way to decompress and squeeze out the anxiety of starting a new day.

Lieon your back with your knees bent and your feet flat on the bed. Exhale anddraw both knees to your chest and claspyour hands around them. With your right knee drawn into your chest, extend your left leg.

Extend your right arm out along the bedwith your palm facing down. Then, place your left hand on the outside of your right knee.

Exhaling, drop your right knee over the left side of your bodyand turn your head to the right. Hold the pose for 10-25 breaths. Slowly come back to center, bringing both knees to your chest.

Breathe out, extend your right leg and repeat steps three to sixon the opposite side.

4.Legs Up The Wall Pose

If you ask any modernyogi, he or she will say this pose may be the cure for whatever ails you.

Exhale, and, with one smooth movement, swing your legs up onto the wall and your shoulders and head lightly on the bed.

Keep your legs relatively firm, just enough to hold them vertically in place. Stay in this pose anywhere from fiveto 15 minutes.

5.Plow Pose

Lie on your back. Lift your legs and slowly move them behind your head, keeping your legs straight.

Press your hands against your back and move your arms behind your back. Return to the initial position, very softly rolling down on your back.

6.Reclining Bound Ankle Pose

Exhale and lower your back torso down onto the bed.

With your hands, grip your upper thighs and press your outer thighs away from the sides of your torso.

Next, slide your hands along your outer thighs from the hips toward the knees and widen your outer knees away from your hips. Imagine that your innergroin area is sinking into your pelvis.

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