So all of these yoga poses are great and all, but how about putting yoga poses together in a sequence? I have wondered about that too and if you have a home practice, you need ideas on doing sequences. I enjoy doing yoga sequences because it creates a flow to your yoga practice. You can also use yoga sequences to target specific areas such as ab strength and weight loss. The first yoga sequence that everyone learns is the sun salutation. These basic moves can help increase your circulation, limber you up and focus you for the rest of the day. It is supposed to be done every morning. There is also the lesser known moon salutation which can be done in the evenings to relax you before bedtime. This should not be done at a vigorous pace but in a slow, relaxed way to de-stress and put you in a good state for sleep. A great idea for insomniacs. This sequence is also excellent for women who are pregnant or want to increase their fertility as it opens up your pelvis and strengthens your core. Yoga is also a great way to strengthen and tone parts of your body so I’ve included a sequence of yoga poses for your abs. If you have back pain, many people have seen improvements with yoga poses. Here are a few tips and tricks to help relieve your back pain.