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8 Detoxifying Poses + Kundalini Kriyas

  • Source:https://www.yogajournal.com
  • Release on :2018-03-17
Empty Coat Sleeves Kriya (Kundalini Breathing Exercise)
Place your feet just wider than your mat with the heels turned in and toes turned out. Soften the joints in your body and gently twist from side to side so your arms are floppy. Allow your arms to flop against your front and back as you twist. Breathe deeply. Repeat at least 20 times.
Empty Coat Sleeves Kriya

Jumping Up & Down
Bring your feet shoulder-width apart. Let go of any tension in your shoulders and arms. Keep your knees soft. Jump up and down while shaking out your arms like you are flinging water off of your arms and hands. Do this for 1 to 5 minutes. A good way to keep your momentum going is to choose a song with a good beat and jump for the duration. Let out a yell every now and then to keep yourself going.
Jumping Up & Down

Parivrtta Utkatasana (Revolved Chair Pose)
Bring the hands into Anjali Mudra. Twist to the right first. Tuck the upper arm bone against the outer thigh bone and press the top hand into the bottom hand. Create a straight line from elbow to elbow and keep the palms in front of the heart center. Be sure to keep the toes and knees even. Gaze up. Hold for 10 breaths. Inhale to untwist and stand all the way up, reaching for the sky. Fold forward on the exhale. Inhale extending your spine long. Exhale folding your chest to your thighs. Bend your knees and inhale to lift your chest and arms into Utkatasana (Chair Pose). Repeat the twist to the left. Do this 3 times on each side.
Parivrtta Utkatasana

Downward-Facing Dog Donkey Kicks
Inhale to stand all the way up. Exhale and Forward Bend. Inhale to a long spine. Exhale and step back to Adho Mukha Svanasana (Downward-Facing Dog). Step your feet in a little closer to your hands than usual. Bend both knees and hop both feet off of the floor, kicking your heels to your bottom. Repeat for 1 to 5 minutes. Again, a song with a good beat and a little yelling will help to keep you going. Rest in Balasana (Child's Pose) for about a minute once you finish.
Downward-Facing Dog Donkey Kicks

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Pigeon Pose
Lift your left leg to the sky on your inhale. Exhale your leg forward into Pigeon. Breathe deeply for 3 full breath cycles before folding forward over your bent left leg. Stay here for 1 to 5 minutes. Relax and breathe. Breathe into your hips and allow them to soften. Breathe into your kidneys at your low back to purify your blood. Breathe into your belly to absorb the nutrients from your food. Breathe into the back of your heart and let go.
Pigeon Pose

Ardha Matsyendrasana (Seated Spinal Twist)
From Pigeon Pose, lift your head and torso up, sweep your right leg around and cross your right foot over your left thigh. Sit upright with your right leg crossed over your bent left leg with your right foot firmly pressed into the floor and your left foot close to your right sitting bone. Inhale both arms to the sky, exhale and twist to your right. Hug your right thigh into your chest with your left arm and use your right arm to support your twist. Look over your right shoulder. Stay here for at least 10 breaths. Untwist your legs and return to Pigeon. Sweep your left leg to the sky and then lower it into Downward-Facing Dog. Repeat Pigeon Pose and the Seated Twist on the other side.
Ardha Matsyendrasana

Belly on Block
From Downward-Facing Dog, lower onto all fours. Place a block on your mat the low wide way and lie down on top of it. Align the block below your belly button. This is a very intense sensation, especially the first time you do it. Rest here for about a minute breathing slowly and deeply. Then press back into Child’s Pose for a minute to allow the increased circulation to bring your body into balance.
Belly on Block

Dead Bug Kriya
Roll over onto your back and push the block off to the side. Extend arms and legs straight up to the sky and shimmy them. Wiggle and jiggle your fingers, hands, arms, feet, and legs. Shake it all out. Here is the best part: Scream at the top of your lungs like you are having a temper tantrum while you are shimmying and shaking. Do this for 1 to 7 minutes. Relax in Savasana for a good 10 minutes after this.
Dead Bug Kriya