7 Effective Yoga Poses For Firm And Beautiful Breasts

Written by Emma Skylar, Modified October 24, 2017
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How To Prevent Sagging Breasts

Are you proud of the shape and size of your breast? Have you become a victim of saggy breast? Have the muscles in your breast area become lose? Does it make you feel insecure? Is breast surgery or implant the only possible solution?

Saggy breast may occur due to factors such as weight loss, sudden changes in hormones, pregnancy weight gain, and so many other factors. But there is a good news for you. Do you know – there are some yoga poses and exercise that you can embark upon to get back your firm and beautiful breasts? In this article, we will be discussing these effective yoga poses.

Warrior Pose

Warrior Pose

The Warrior Pose, or Virabhadrasana, will help you lengthen your thorax, making it active and elastic while upholding strength.

  • Your feet should be placed wide apart, parallel to one another.
  • Turn your right foot inside with your left foot turned towards the left at angle 90°.
  • Breathe out, bend your left knee.
  • As you raise your arms, keep your right leg straight, put them coherent with your shoulders.
  • While looking at your wrist, turn your head to the left.
  • Repeat the exercise for the other side.
Cobra Pose

Cobra Pose

The Cobra Pose, or Bhujangasana, improves posture, increases lung volume, and strengthens abdominal muscles.

  • Lie on your stomach and inhale deeply.
  • Raise your torso slowly, keep your lower body to the floor.
  • Raise your head to look up, balance on your arms and legs.
  • Exhale slowly.
  • Return to the starting position.
  • Increase the time length you hold the pose with each recurrence.
Triangle Pose

Triangle Pose

The Triangle Pose, or Trikonasana, will stretch your spine to improve blood flow and strengthen your thorax.

  • Your feet should be placed wide apart.
  • With your right foot at 15°, turn your left foot to 90°.
  • Touch your left ankle with your left hand, and stretch your right arm upward so your arms make a straight line.
  • Your spine and knees should be kept straight.
  • Look at your fingers with your face turned up.
  • Repeat the exercise for the other side.
Bow Pose

Bow Pose

Bow Pose, or Dhanurasana, shapes the breasts, stretches the spine, and helps reduce back pain.

  • Lie on your stomach and exhale.
  • Bend your knees, raising them behind you, in the direction of your head.
  • Grasp your ankles using your hands and exhale.
  • Pull your arms and legs upward to the extent that you can.
  • Your breasts and hips should lift away from the floor, while you balance on your stomach.
  • Hold this position for about 30 seconds.
Wheel Pose

Wheel Pose

The Wheel Pose, or Chakrasana, stretches the spine, neck, and thorax. It also helps to cure headaches and relieve fatigue.

  • Lie on your back with your feet placed apart a bit wider than shoulder width.
  • Place your hands behind your head, your palms down and fingers pointing to the back.
  • Exhale, then raise your hips and breasts as high as you can.
  • Straighten your arms completely.
  • Hold this position for about 30 seconds.
Camel Pose

Camel Pose

The Camel Pose, or Ustrasana, strengthens the thorax and increases lung volume. The pose is also effective for backaches.

  • While sitting on your knees, pull your feet together.
  • Bend backward slowly, put your hands on your heels.
  • With your back arched, stretch your ribs.
  • Pull your head towards the floor.
  • Stay in that position for 30 seconds before going back to the starting position.
Supported Headstand

Supported Headstand

The Supported Headstand, or Salamba Sirsasana, helps the ligaments, muscles of the thorax and spine. It improves blood flow, and breathing, but should only be done by the experienced.

  • Stand on your knees, place your forearms on the ground.
  • Form a bowl by knitting your fingers together.
  • Place the top of your head on the mat. The back of your head should be in the ‘bowl’.
  • Bend your knees, and exhale.
  • Lift your feet away from the ground.
  • Stretch your legs up, stay in this position for about 30 seconds to 2 minutes, based on your ability.

Remember that Yoga is for everyone! By carrying out these yoga poses effectively on a routine, not only will you improve the shape of the breasts, you will as well feel strong, confident, and healthy.

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