Tadasana is known to be the mother of all asana. It is a standing yoga pose which can be practiced during pregnancy. This yoga can be practiced any time of the day and approximately 4 hours after meal. The best time to practice yoga is early in the morning.
Stand straight with your feet apart and parallel to each other. Keep your hand loose aligned to your body. Relax your shoulder then slowly stretch your arms, and shoulder. Raise your heels about an inch and then inhale. Lower the arms and heels and slowly exhale. This yoga strengthens the spine and the abdomen muscle.
Caution : But do not raise your heels if you are three months pregnant.
During the First two month of pregnancy various standing poses can strengthen your pelvic area, legs and abdomen. It also increases energy level. From the 3rd month some asana can cause fatigue and nausea. Hence it is recommended to practice more breathing control yoga like pranayam to avoid any kind of discomfort.
Remember: Avoid any kind of yoga if you feel uncomfortable. Do not pressurize or strain your body while doing yoga. Consult doctor if you are concerned about your health.