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Yoga Poses & Posture for Digestion

  • Source:https://sibosurvivor.com
  • Release on :2018-05-04
These are a few of the best yoga poses you can incorporate into your daily life to help your digestion, ease gas and constipation, and allow your body to function properly. Not to mention the stress relieving and emotional benefits of calming exercise. Yoga has shown to be helpful to everyone, but even more soothing for people with digestive illnesses like IBS.

Knees to Chest
Lay flat on the floor facing the ceiling. Gently bring your knees into your chest, with your hands on the back of the thighs or in front of your shins. With each exhalation, continue to pull your knees closer to your chest, focusing on maintaining your breath each time. Hold this position for 30 seconds to 2 minutes.
Knees to Chest

Cat/Cow Position
From all fours, bring your hands directly beneath your shoulders, and your knees parallel to your hips. As you inhale deeply, drop your belly down and lift your lower back upwards, creating a slight arch in your lower back. As you exhale, tuck your tailbone under your hips and round your back, pressing into the mat. Repeat these movements with each breath, 10-20 times.
Cat/Cow Position

Downward Facing Dog
With your body folded frontward and hands on the ground, otherwise known as the table position, walk your hands frontward until they are stretched far past your shoulders. Spread your fingers and palms wide. Press your chest back towards the front of your thighs, while keeping your shoulder blades back. Breathe and hold this position for 1-3 minutes.
Downward Facing Dog

Forward Fold
Bring your body into a standing position with your upper body folded down to create an L shape to your body. As you exhale, continue to fold forward and bring your hands to rest on the front of your thighs. With each inhalation, lift your arms and abdomen to reach back to the flat back position. Repeat this combination of movements 2-5 times with a prolonged forward fold movement lasting 30 seconds to 1 minute each time.
Forward Fold

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Seated Twist
Sit in a cross-legged position. As you inhale, lengthen your spine. With each following inhalation, reach your arms across your body, where your right hand is placed on your left knee, and your left hand placed directly behind you. Slowly breath through this position for 30 seconds to two minutes, and repeat the twist onto the left side.
Seated Twist

Locust
With your stomach on the floor, let the hip bones relax onto the yoga mat. As you inhale, lift your chest and legs a few inches away from the floor. As you continue to breath deeply, you perform a self-massage to the intestines as the body gently rocks with each breath. Hold this pose for 30 seconds to 1.5 minutes.
Locust

Wide Knee Childs Pose
With your knees and shins on the mat, open the knees towards the edges of the mat with your toes touching. As you exhale, bring your lower back towards your heels and your forehead onto the floor. Rest in this position for 2 minutes and breathe.
Wide Knee Childs Pose

Twist
With your back laying flat on the floor, cross your right leg in a bent position to the opposite side, holding your knee to the ground with your left hand. Hold this position for 30 seconds to 1 minute, then switch legs, breathing deeply throughout this pose.
Twist

Supta Virasana (Reclining Hero)
From standing on your knees, bring the buttocks to sit on your feet. Bring your hands behind your body to lend support to your body as you gently lower the spine to rest either on the floor or a block/bolster. As you continue to lower your spine, breathe deeply for 1 to 3 minutes. Your arms should support you as you enter and leave the pose.
Supta Virasana

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