Tuesday, 18 November 2014

Yoga Pose For Breast Enlargement

Many women feel unhappy about the size of their breasts. They desire large breasts, but most of them don’t want to undergo risky, painful and costly breast enlargement surgery. Fortunately, breast enlargement surgery isn’t the only way to boost your bust. And, breast implants are definitely not for every woman. However, it is important to bear in mind that natural ways to increase bust size cannot replicate the dramatic effects of breast enlargement surgery.

Yoga is a very popular exercise that is mainly practice in order to achieve a state of peace and serenity. However, not only can yoga help you relieve stress, but these exercises can also help develop your breasts.

7. Yoga Pose For Breast Enlargement

1.Vrikshasana (Tree Pose)

In this Yoga exercise, you are required to stand properly and then bring the arms near the shoulder level. Slowly move the hands in front of chest area and then open the fingers. Now you have to press hard and this should be continued for 20-30 seconds. Try to hold the muscle strongly and keep all your attention to this practice. You can repeat this simple posture for 4-5 times a day. You can also increase the duration slowly for faster results.

2. Bhujangasana (Cobra pose)

Rest on your stomach– feet together and legs straight. Palms should be positioned against the surface and on the sides of the shoulders; while the fingers pointing outward. Your elbows should be pointed backwards and on the sides of your body. Relax and close your eyes as you rest your forehead against the surface.

Specifically, try to loosen up your lower back as you gradually lift your head, neck area, and shoulders. While using the muscles located on your back, not the one on your arms; straighten your elbow and lift up the torso as high as possible; carefully tilt your head as you look up.

Your pelvis should remain on the floor as you arch your navel. In case your spine is very flexible, there’s a tendency that your arms will slightly arch. Stay in this position for 20 second and and repeat 5 times, each round should last longer than the other.

3. Stabdhasana

Begin in an upright position, feet apart. Then raise your arms (shoulder level), while your elbows are slightly bent. This posture enables your hands to be in front of your upper body while your elbows are shoulder leveled. Bend your wrist upwards with your fingers spread–picture that you’re pushing both of your hands against a solid object.

While doing this, the muscles of your hands, upper arms, forearms, and chest region should firmly contract to grasp the object you’re imagining. Your eyes should concentrate on the space between the hands. For 20 minutes, stay in this position with the muscles held as tightly as possible. Do this for 3-5 rounds.

4. Dhanurasana (Bow pose)

Dhanurasana is another great exercise for building up your bust size. To do this, lie flat on the stomach, hands near your torso, palms facing up. Exhale and bend your knees inwards, towards your shoulder blades. Grip your ankles with your arms and pull your feet towards the shoulders. Inhale and lift your thighs up too. The head and the chest are raised above the ground such that only your stomach is in contact with the ground. Now your body resembles a bow. Do this asana under a practitioner’s guidance only.

5. Dwikonasana (Double Angle pose)

The starting position would be standing upright with feet apart and the arms are stretched out behind the back with fingers interlocked. Slightly arch your pelvis forward while lifting your arms as high as you can, without straining. Your arms can be used to emphasize the stretch on the shoulder muscles and chest while your face is parallel to the floor.

Stay in this position for 30 seconds then return to your normal state, relaxing your body. Should be repeated for 3-5 rounds.

6. Gowmukhasana

Popularly known as cow pose, this posture act on the upper part of the body. This pose has been found effective for breast enlargement. Start this pose by sitting in lotus pose. Lift your arms parallel to shoulder. Twist the left arm backward and try to touch the right arm. Repeat the pose similarly at opposite side.

7. Sajah Stabdhasana

In this exercise, you have to start be sitting on the legs. The position is called Vajrasana and in this position you have to keep the body straight. Thereafter, you should move the hands backwards and try to touch the palms together. Keep the fingers in locked position while keeping the body in straight position. This pose should be maintained for about 20-30 seconds. You should repeat it for 3 to 5 times in day.