I daily do these 9 yoga asanas to keep my belly and hips in perfect shape – Shilpashetty

Yoga is a group of physical, mental, and spiritual practices or disciplines which originated in ancient India. There is a broad variety of Yoga schools, practices, and goals inHinduism, Buddhism, and Jainism. Among the most well-known types of yoga are Hatha yoga and Rāja yoga.Learn beginners’ yoga poses with these step-by-step, in-depth instructions. Start with an understanding of proper alignment to reduce your risk of injury and build a safe foundation for more advanced asanas to come.

Dhanurasana for belly fat

Those who suffer from excessive problems of spinal cord and disc should not perform this pose. If you suffer from severe stomach related problems then don’t perform this pose. Consult a doctor before beginning an exercise regime.

How to do (steps)

Lie down in prone position.
Now, bend the knees and hold the ankles with hands.
Inhale; raise the head portions and the legs area as high as possible.
Maintain the pose as long as one can hold and bring down the surface with deep exhalation.
Continue inhale and exhale while maintaining the pose.
Perform 3-5 rounds.

Natrajasana for hips fat

Nat ‘means ‘Dance’ and ‘Raja’ Means ‘King’. So this pose is called as Nataraja Pose. This pose helps to improve the balance of the body, concentration. Strengthens the muscles of hip, thighs and chest.

How to do (steps)

Stand in Tadasana (Mountain Pose). Inhale, shift your weight onto your right foot, and lift your left heel toward your left buttock as you bend the knee. Press the head of your right thigh bone back, deep into the hip joint, and pull the knee cap up to keep the standing leg straight and strong.
Continue inhale and exhale while maintaining the pose.
Do it with another legs.

Chakrasana for slim waist

Chakrasana, also called UrdvaDhanurasana is an asana. It is a backbend and part of the finishing sequence in the Primary Series of Ashtanga. Chakrasana or the wheel pose is a backward bending yoga asana. Chakra in Sanskrit means Wheel.

How to do:

In supine position, bend the knees and place the feet close to the buttocks, about hip-width apart. Lift the arms up and place them beneath the shoulders, with the fingers pointing to the shoulder. Exhale and while inhaling lift the buttocks, hips, lower and middle back off the ground. Exhale. While inhaling, lift the shoulders up by pushing the palms into the ground. Lift the buttocks, waist and the whole back until the arms and legs are straight.

Bhujangasana for flat stomach

You must make sure to keep your stomach and bowels empty before you practice this asana. Have your meals at least four to six hours before you do the asana so that your food gets digested and there is enough energy for you to expend during the practice.It is best to practice yoga first thing in the morning. But in the event you cannot work out in the morning, it is alright to practice it in the evening.

How to do (steps)

Lie flat on your stomach. Place your hands on the side and ensure that your toes touch each other.

Then, move your hands to the front, making sure they are at the shoulder level, and place your palms on the floor.

Now, placing your body’s weight on your palms, inhale and raise your head and trunk. Note that your arms should be bent at your elbows at this stage.

You need to arch your neck backward in an attempt to replicate the cobra with the raised hood. But make sure your shoulder blades are firm, and your shoulders are away from your ears.

Press your hips, thighs, and feet to the floor.

Hold the asana for about 15 to 30 seconds while breathing normally. Feel your stomach pressed against the floor. With practice, you should be able to hold the asana for up to two minutes.

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