Beautiful Glowing skin is every womens dream there are several reasons which causes dull dry face! unhealthy lifetsyle, poor diet, products you use on face, heavy makeup addiction etc are the main causes. The more natural your, the better your skin will be. However yoga has a solution for every problem! Let’s learn yoga Asans for glowing healthy skin.
1. Triangle Pose :
Stand on the ground by stretching your legs on each sides such that they form an inverted spread out ‘V’. Touch your left foot with your right hand while keeping the other hand straight and pointing towards the sky. Hold the pose while you look up and feel the stretch in the body. Do it with the other leg as well. This pose helps in digestion.
2. Corpse pose :
3. Fish pose :
Lie on the floor and keep your hands by the side of your body. Bring your hands closer to the body and push your body upwards as shown in the figure. This way when your body arches back, you can feel the blood gushing into your face. This pose when practised regularly will make your skin glow.
4. Cobra Pose :
Lie on the floor on your stomach. Place your hands beside your shoulder. Push yourself up and look towards the sky as shown in the figure. You can feel the stretch in your stomach region. When your torso gets stretched then the blood flow speed increases.
5. Mountain pose :
Stand erect on the ground. Touch the ground with both your palms. Straighten your legs gradually. Try to form an inverted V as shown in the figure. This pose forces the blood flow into your face which in turn gives you a glowing skin.
6. Vajrasana Pose :
7. Chair Pose :
8. Plough Pose :
Lie on the floor. Slowly raise both your legs and touch the ground behind your head. Hold the pose. You may hold your back as a support. This pose as you can see forces blood into your face. The more the blood gushes to the face, the more the your face will glow!
9. Child Pose :
10. Bow Pose :
Lie on your stomach on the floor. Arc your hands backwards and hold the feet. Try pulling yourself backwards. By doing this you can feel the stretch in your arms, stomach and legs. This pose helps in digestion.
11. Toe touching Pose :
To do this, first you need to exhale and take a deep breath in. Then slowly bend your body forward and get hold of you ankles with your hand. Your noes should touch the knees (or atleast try to touch it) and hold the pose for a while. You may not attain the perfect pose on the first go but don’t give up and bend your body as much as you can. This pose helps in digestion.
NOTE : ALL THE ABOVE MENTIONED POSES ARE BEST PERFORMED UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF A CERTIFIED YOGA THERAPIST.