Yoga postures for digestion

Very good friends s!

In these holidays it is easy to
feel a little sick to my stomach, if we eat too much, or eat at odd times, as happened to me on 31 December. By this time, or any time when you feel your digestion is not as you would like, here I leave these
yoga poses for digestion so that you include in your practice yoga at home .

Yoga poses for digestion

Vajrasana

Yoga posture: Vajrasana
Yoga posture: Vajrasana

Sit on your heels as shown in the photo. It may seem a simple approach but depending on the flexibility in his knees will be more or less difficult. If you have trouble, you can put a cushion under the buttocks and on her heels. You can also put the pillow under his feet. Make the necessary changes to make you feel Comod @ in posture.

This position can just finished eating when you feel demasiad @ @ Llen that you hardly can move ????. It will help the digestive system work better.

Close your eyes and put your hands on your belly and breathe in this area.

Use your intent and your energy to sort out
your digestive system. Visualize yourself feeling better. Hold this position for 5 minutes.

Note : Vajrasana you can do it just when you finish eating, but the rest of the poses no. You need to leave some time after eating at least two hours before practicing yoga.

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Paschimottanasana or jaw

Yoga posture: Clamp
Yoga posture: Clamp

This position is an inclination forward, will help you relax your digestive system, helping to improve your discomfort.

Extend your legs forward and inhaling raise your hands over your head. Exhale and bring your body forward as far as you get.

Keep your heart open and your spine long and stretched.


Stay in posture for at least 10 or 15 breaths.

You can see more benefits and step by step to this position here.

Supta Matsyendrasana

Yoga posture: Supta Matsyendrasana - Variant 1
Yoga posture: Supta Matsyendrasana – Variant 1

Put your back on the floor, open your arms and bring your knees to your chest. Inhale and exhale. Inhale again and bring your knees to your left side without reaching the ground. Exhale and return to center. Inhale and bring them to your right side, and exhaling back to the center. You have this dynamic 5 times on each side movement.

Yoga posture: Supta Matsyendrasana - Variant 1
Yoga posture: Supta Matsyendrasana – Variant 1

Then take your left foot to the floor and stretch your right foot up. Grab your right foot with your left hand (if you can not, you can use a rope), and take it to your left side, keeping your right hand stretched on the floor.

Twists have a beneficial effect on the digestive system because among other things helps us eliminate toxins and makes a massage to the organs involved.

Hold the pose for 10 or 15 breaths.

Then switch sides performing the same posture.

Savasana

Yoga posture: Savasana
Yoga posture: Savasana

Relaxation is the main position of this sequence, and is generally very useful because many of the physical problems are related to stress.

Hold the pose of Savasana for at least 6 minutes.

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Video Sequence

Here I leave the video of this sequence Esther hand instructor. It is in English, but the main explanation is the one that I described above. Seeing you will observe the movements and transitions from one pose to another.

finalizing

I hope you find it useful this sequence, you can add to your regular yoga practice at home.

A big hug for you.

Namaste,

naylin