Yoga poses are the ideal mix of stretching, breathing regulation and mental wellness. Many women swear by the health benefits of adopting yoga into their everyday lives and is also considered to be a success in naturally reducing the breast size. Here, I have stated a few yoga poses or asanas that can help you reduce the size of your breast and also firm your chest over a period of time.
- Surya Namaskar
One of the most popular and most effective asanas in the yoga world, Surya Namaskar works to stretch your full body including every muscle and joints. This an easy answer to how to reduce breast size, just do this yoga pose approximately 15-18 reps every day. It will slowly start to trim down the fat segmented on the back and also around your chest. Some women could also experience their breast firming up and noticed reduced sagging.
- Wall Press
This one is a little easier, just stand with your palms placed against the wall and extend both your arms, entirely. In a way, you have to create a slanting line with the help of your body. Now start doing vertical push-ups, but try to maintain position for 10 seconds when you are close to the wall. This will help in firming your chest area.
- Prayer Pose
Next is the prayer pose – you need to sit with your legs crossed over each other. It’s like forming a half pretzel with your legs. Then start pressing your palms against each other in the Namaste pose and try to keep it parallel to the floor. This will create a certain amount of pressure on your pectoral muscles which will help in firming your chest area which will eventually result in reduced breast size.
- Bridge Pose
This yoga pose is done by creating a bridge with the help of your body. You basically need to place your head and neck firmly on the ground, while you fold your legs at the knee by stabling your soles on the floor. Now lift your body slowly off the floor starting from the hip. Continue to lift your body until your knees and neck make a slanting position. This is by far the most difficult yoga pose mentioned in the list, in order to master this pose you will require professional supervision and technique.
This yoga pose basically consists of creating a sort of a bridge with your body. Place your head and neck firmly on the ground. Fold your legs at the knee with your soles on the floor. Slowly lift your body off the floor starting at the hip. Do this until your knees and neck make a slanting line. This is a difficult yoga pose to master and would require instructor supervision until you master the technique.
This is what you would call a headstand. A complicated pose to master, this pose aids in improving the shape of your body and also firming it up. It improves body posture as well. We suggest you only attempt this pose in the presence of a qualified yoga instructor. Also, in the beginning, take the support of the wall so there aren’t any grave injuries caused.
This palm tree pose is another essential exercise that you need to add to your repertoire. For this, you need to stand straight and keep your hands straight down beside you. Then life your arms straight above your head. Breathe in and then stretch your body upwards so you’re standing on your toes. Keep that balance and hold the post until you can. Do this at least 10 times for every session.
This bow pose helps strengthen your back and lifts your pectoral muscles. If you have a spinal issue then you need to stay away from this pose. It is a fairly advanced pose and shouldn’t be attempted until you’ve been taught by an instructor and you also have someone supervising your first few attempts. For this asana, you lie on your front and then stretch your body. Reach back and hold your ankles with your hands by bending your knees. Hold this pose for as long as you can and then slowly go back to the starting position. Start with repeating this pose five times and then build from there.