Stay young with these 4 Yoga asanas

Apr 24, 2017

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    Staying young with yoga

    Staying young is something that ladies… as matter of fact, everyone on earth wish for but as we all know, everything has a price and something as precious as ‘long-lasting youth’ certainly has a price. What if we told you that you won’t really have to pay anything? You just read right. These yoga poses are here for your help. Have a look!

     

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    Malasana

    Take a yoga mat. Now, stand straight on this mat. Slowly spread your legs at least 3 feet apart from each other. Now, join both your palms together in prayer position. Exhale and start bending your knees. Go further down, as far as possible. Keep your head straight. Hold the pose for 3 to 4 seconds. Do this poses every day, this pose target your saddle bags.

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    Utkatasana

    The sagging buttocks are another signs of ageing, Utkatasana here targets the mushy and saggy bum. Take a yoga mat. Now, stand straight on this mat. Keep your feet together, inhale deeply and life your arms above your head. Now, Exhale and bend knees. Form a chair with your body. Keep your back and face straight. Hold the pose for 5 to 6 breaths, then rise. Repeat 2 to 3 times.

     

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    Purvottanasana

    This move will help you to walk straight for a longer. Again, take a yoga mat. Sit on it with your legs extended straight out. Do remember to keep your feet together, keep the palms at the sides, facing your body. It will be slightly uncomfortable. Now, lift your hips, your weight on your heels and hands. Your hands should be placed in a way that they face each other. Your entire body should be straight and form a plank.

     

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    Chaturanga

    Saggy boobs are the saddest part of getting old. This pose is nothing but creating a plank with your arms bent at the elbows. Keep the back straight. Your entire body weight will be on your hands and toes. Stay in this positions for 2 to 3 breaths. Relax and then repeat.

     

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