7 Super Effective Yoga Poses for Beautiful Breasts

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Everyone who is willing enough to change his body is capable of that attempt. Today’s article has collected the most effective yoga poses in terms of shaping breasts and improving the volume of the lungs. The same will turn you into healthier and stronger person too.

The warrior pose is also known as virabhadrasana. The same will turn your body into healthier and stronger one, and will help you to turn your body into more elastic and active one too. The warrior pose is great for extending your thorax.

Start the exercise by standing on both your feet, so that the same will be wide apart and in a parallel position Make a move by turning your foot to the left side making an angle of 90 degrees. Your right foot will need to go towards inside. As you are exhaling, bend our left knee. Regarding your right leg, the same should stay into a straight position. Afterwards, lift your arms and bring them in a same line with your shoulders. Drive your head to the left side, so that you may position your look at your wrist. Bring your body to the starting position and make 7-10 repetitions of the exercise. Then switch sides and perform the same movements with the right side too.

  1. Triangle Pose

The triangle pose is also known as trikonasana. The same is great for strengthening of your thorax, improvement of your blood flow, and stretch of your spine.

Start the exercise by standing on both your feet so that the same will be wide apart. Turn your left feet so that the same will form an angle of 90 degrees. Do the same with the right feet, but the same needs to form an angle of 15 degrees. In order to drive your arms upwards and to bring the same into a straight position, you will need to touch your left ankle with your left hand. Once you will learn to perform the exercise, you will be able to bring your open hand on the ground. At this position your spine and knees need to be in a straight position. Position your face towards up and focus your look at your fingers. Afterwards, bring your body in the starting position, switch sides, and repeat the same movements with the opposite side too.

  1. Cobra Pose

The cobra pose is also known as bhujangasana. The same is good for incensement of your lung volume, improvement of your body posture, strength of your abdominal muscles, and stretch of your thoracic muscles.

Start the exercise by positioning your body on the floor, so that you will lay down on your stomach. Breathe in deeply and lift your torso slowly. While doing this, keep the lower part of your body to the ground. Make a balance with your arms and legs. Then lift your head and position your loot at the ceiling. As you are exhaling, assume the initial position. Make as many repetitions as needed and as you are making the repetitions try to stay as longer as possible in the last position.

  1. Bow Pose

The bow pose is also known as dhanurasana. The same is very effective to those who are struggling with back pains and will help in the process of stretching the spine and shaping of the breastsStart the exercise by lying down on your stomach. As you are exhaling, bend your knees and lift them behind you to the level of your head. Try to hold your ankles with your hands. Afterwards, exhale again and drive your arms and legs up as higher as you can. Regarding your breasts and hips, the same need to lift from the floor. At this position you need to be able to balance on your stomach. Stay in this position for 30 seconds and then bring your body to the starting position.

Start the exercise by laying down on your back so that your feet should be on a distance a little bit wider that the distance of your shoulders. Make a movement by bringing your feet to your buttocks. You will need to drive your arms behind your head so that the hands of the both arms will point their fingers to your back and down. As you are exhaling lift your breasts and hips as higher as you can. At this position try to stretch your arms as much as you can. Try to stay into this position for 30 seconds

  1. Supported Headstand

The supported headstand is also known as salamba sirsasana. The same is very beneficial for the muscles and ligaments of your thorax and spine, and improves the blood flow and the breathing. This pose is advised to be performed by people who are having some previous yoga experience.

Start the exercise by standing on both your feet. Place your forearms on the ground. Your fingers will need to form a bowl, so that is why you will need to knit them together. Afterwards, place the top of your head on the exercising mat so that the back of your head will get in the ‘hands’ bowl’. As you are exhaling, bend your knees, and lift your feet off the floor. Then stretch your legs as much as you towards up, and try to stay into this position from 30 seconds up to 2 minutes, depending of your yoga ability.

  1. Camel Pose

The camel pose is also known as ustrasana. The same is very beneficial for those who are facing with back pain, because the same increases the volume of the lungs and strengths the thorax.

Start the exercise by standing on both your feet and bring your feet together. In order to put your hands on your heels, bend your body slowly towards back. Then make an arch with your back and stretch your ribs as much as you can. At this position your head should be pulled to the ground. Try to keep your body into this position for 30 seconds and then bring your body to the starting position.