5 Yoga Poses Effective To Get Glowing Skin
By: Pinki Sat, 18 Apr 2020 5:37:37
Here comes the popular anti aging yoga poses. In this world of adulteration and poor lifestyle where the icing on the cake is the dust and pollution, premature aging is bound to happen. Though we might not realise our body cringes with the crap that we feed it with. If those premature greys and wrinkles are jeopardising you into premature aging and putting you in awkward silence when someone mistakes you for an age much older than what you are, then this article is just for you.
Yoga, as we all know, is a beautiful form of exercise that feeds our body, mind, and soul and helps it heal naturally. The blood circulation is improved, and the stress is reduced, thereby bringing back that glow on our skin. Yoga and aging are inversely related. The more you practice yoga, the younger you will look. Here is a list of top anti aging yoga poses that will benefit you immensely.
- Kneel down on the floor and cross your legs in a manner that the right ankle crosses over the back of the left ankle.
- Let the feet pointing outwards and perineum pressed down on the top of the heels
- Press the palms against the floor with fingers stretched and stretch your neck and spine towards the ceiling.
- Now inhale through your mouth and while doing so, open your mouth and stretch out the tongue. Keep eyes wide open and exhale through your mouth, making the distinct sound of “Haa".
- Lie down flat on your stomach
- Now bend your legs from your knees and hold the ankles with your hands
- Pull your body upwards so that your thighs and torso are in the air and your body is balanced on your tummy.
- Inhale normally with a smile on your face.
- Lie down on your back
- Cross your legs in a manner that the ankles are comfortably rested on the thighs and the knees and thighs are lying flat on the floor.
- Rest your elbows on the ground and slowly raise your chest in a manner that the head is pulled in and crown is rested on the floor.
- It’s crucial here that your elbows carry your body weight and not your head.
- Breathe normally and hold until you are comfortable.
- While releasing first lift your head and then drop your chest and at last untangle your legs.
- Stand straight with your arms dropped to the side
- Now slightly bend the right knee and bring the right foot close to the left ankle.
- Slowly raise the right foot and place it on the left thigh with the left leg strongly grounded and straight.
- Slowly join both the hands and raise them up above the crown in the namaskar position.
- Take deep breaths and look straight at a distant object to maintain balance.
- While releasing gently bring the hands down and then release your right leg.
- Repeat the same process with the left leg.
- Stand straight on your mat, keeping a slight distance between your feet.
- Stretch your arms forward with your palms facing downwards
- Slowly bend your knees and pose as if you are sitting on an imaginary chair.
- Try to hold comfortably in that pose and stretch your hands parallel to the floor.