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October 17, 2019
Feeling bloated and not your best? Here are 12 yoga poses to ease digestion. Practising yoga is like giving a wonderful massage to your internal organs!
Following these Asanas (poses) on a regular basis will ensure that your digestive system gets stronger and is able to perform at its best. Every time we practise yoga, we’re gifting ourselves an opportunity to enhance our health. Say goodbye to bloating and hello to a flatter, fitter tummy!
This pose relieves digestive problems such as constipation.
Massages the abdominal muscles and twists the internal organs to help stimulate digestion. Compressing the colon in specific ways (right to left) can really aid in digestion. Detoxifying twists can stimulate the movement of those toxins that accumulate in the body and help usher them out.
Twists but also stretches the front thigh and groin. Often times when our hip flexors are tight, they interfere with our internal organ function, including digestion. Stretching the front of the body helps keep things moving in the right direction.
Improves digestion and alleviates constipation.
Stimulates the abdominal organs, improving digestion.
Compresses the abdomen and massages the internal organs.
Stretches the stomach and intestines, alleviating constipation.
Massages the ascending and descending colon.
Massages the abdominal organs, alleviating digestive ailments.
The ultimate posture for all healing. As you lie still, you’re allowing stress to melt away and you are literally creating a healing environment for your body. Your blood will start to flow away from your extremities and towards your digestive organs. This will create the ideal environment for digestion, cleansing and healing.
After stretching, moving and exercising, it's important to replenish and feed our bodies. Try this Supercharged Green Smoothie! It's super simple and quick to make. Since it is supercharged with Love Your Gut powder, it's a perfect way to keeping the gut-loving going after these yoga poses.
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