The Benefits Of The Boat Pose
The Boat Pose has a whole host of benefits to your health and well-being. Here are some of them.
- tones and strengthens your abs
- stretches your hamstrings
- can relieve stress
- aids with digestion
- helps to stimulate the kidneys and thyroid glands
The Benefits Of The Child’s Pose
The Child’s Pose is a great way to relax and stretch out. Aim to hold the pose for 3 to 5 minutes.
What are the main benefits of the Child’s Pose?
This pose has a great calming and relaxing effect. Placing your forehead on a yoga mat triggers a soothing calming effect on your brain.
If you are a desk worker, sitting for long hours can produce compression in the lower back. This pose is great for you. It stretches your back and opens up your hips.
With regular practice, this pose can aid digestion. As the stomach rests on the thighs, the internal organs are massaged and digestion is moved along.
Yoga Poses for A Toned, Sexy Booty
A toned and firm booty looks fantastic, but there are many reasons to take care of the gluteus muscles that go beyond looks, including the relief back pain and overall improved health.
Three main muscles make up the butt: the gluteus maximus, the largest muscle in the body, the gluteus medius and the gluteus minimus. Yoga is a great way to keep these muscles toned and firm. Try these poses for a firm, strong, and sexy butt.
How To Do The Lord Of The Dance Pose
- Stand in the Mountain Pose.
- Bend your right leg back and hold it with your right hand
- Inhale and stretch your left hand up to the sky.
- Exhale and bend forward at the hips, taking your right foot back, pressing your foot into your hand. Your left arm now moves in front of you.
- On the next exhale, bend your hips further until your trunk is parallel to the floor.Extend your right leg to the sky. Extend through the back of your neck as you look straight ahead.
- Hold the pose for 4 or 5 breaths, then release and repeat on the other side.
How To Do The High Lunge
- Stand with your feet shoulder-width distance apart and your arms by your side. Step your left foot back about 3.5 to 4 feet.
- Bend your right knee until your right thigh bone is parallel to the floor. Keep your back heal slightly raised. Keep your back leg strong, but not hyperextended.
- Raise your arms above your head with your palms facing inward. Lift your chest and lengthen your spine. As you lunge into your front knee, continue to reach up towards the sky.
- Look straight ahead or gaze up slightly towards your hands.
- Hold for several breaths. To release, lower your arms and step your back foot forward. Repeat on the other side.
Yoga Poses For Toned Abs
The Plank helps to tone all of the core muscles of the body such as the abdomen, chest and lower back. The plank can aid your posture by strengthening the muscles that surround the spine.
The Crane pose or the Bakasana helps to strengthen the arms and the abdomen. It encourages the spine to stretch to its full length and increases flexibility.
The Eight Angle Pose strengthens the arms, wrists and abdominal muscles. Beginners might like to use a cushion beneath their hip and outer leg.
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