Julie's Simple Happiness Pose
You can practice this pose with bolsters or blankets for comfort, but you can also do it without any equipment whatsoever - as long as you have a wall.
To get into this pose, first find a suitable wall - preferably in a quiet area where you are not going to be disturbed.
Bring yourself down to the floor and position the left side of your body against the wall. Then gently turn your body and bring your legs up to the wall so that they are straight up against it.
Between ten and fifteen minutes is the perfect amount of time to practice this pose.
If at first you find you can’t do it for that long then it is of course totally fine to ease yourself out of the pose and try to hold it for longer next time.