5 effective and working yoga poses for good breast

As I begin any exercises to work with breast, it must be remembered that the effect can be achieved mainly in the region of the pectoral muscles.

The very same Breasts are composed of fatty tissue through exercises to increase will fail.

For these purposes, there are surgical techniques. The following yoga asanas for Breasts will help to tighten and make the bust firmer.

1. Triangle pose

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1. Start in mountain pose and, as you exhale, step your feet wide apart.

2. Rotate your right foot out, to a 90-degree angle, and inhale as you raise your arms to the sides until they’re parallel with the floor.

3. Exhale as you bring your right hand to the floor, on the inside or outside of the right foot, reach the left arm toward the ceiling, and gaze at your left thumb.

4. Hold the pose for 30 seconds to 1 minute and then repeat on the left side.



2. Warrior pose

Warrior I Pose (Virabhadrasana I)

1. Start in mountain pose, step back with your left foot and rotate your back toes, so that they point to the left front corner of the mat.

2. Bend your right knee, keeping it in line with the ankle, and point the toes straight ahead.

3. Bring the arms up and overhead with the palms facing inward.

4. Hold the pose for 30 seconds and then return to mountain pose.

5. Repeat on the opposite side.

3. Bow pose

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1. Start in sphinx pose, bend your knees and grab the ankles.

2. As you inhale, lift your hips and chest off the floor.

3. As you exhale, lift your gaze and kick your feet up.

4. Stay in bow pose for 20 to 30 seconds.



4. Cobra pose

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1. Lie on your belly, place your hands on the floor directly under the shoulders, and keep your elbows close to your torso.

2. Inhale as you straighten the arms and lift your chest off the floor.

3. Stay in cobra pose for 15 to 30 seconds.

5. Supported headstand

Supported Headstand (Salamba Sirsasana)

1. Start in dolphin pose and position your hands close to a wall.

2. Interlace your fingers, tuck your chin and place the crown of your head in front of the hands.

3. Walk your feet in toward your elbows as much as you can, bend one knee at a time and bring it toward your chest.

4. Find your balance and then straighten the legs up the wall.

5. Stay in bound headstand pose for 30 seconds to 1 minute, return to dolphin pose and then rest into child’s pose.