Best Yoga Exercise  For Breast

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Best Yoga Exercise  For Breast

Yoga Asanas That Will Firm Up Your Breasts

Been feeling like your breasts don’t look as firm as they did before? Feel like your bosom is losing shape and starting to droop? What you need are these 5 yoga poses that will firm up your breasts and give you a defined shape in no time! Check ‘em out.

The Cobra Pose

Also known as Bhujangasana, this pose helps to strengthen the chest and abdominal muscles and improve posture. Plus, with continued practice, you will also notice how your breasts begin to firm up. Lie on your stomach on a yoga mat with your palms placed near your shoulders, facing downwards. Inhale deeply and slowly raise your torso while keeping your head straight. Hold for a few seconds, exhale and return to the starting position. So, lie down on your chest and inhale deeply. Now, slowly get up with the
help of your arms and rest your body weight on your arms. Lift your head up, exhale, and come back to the starting position. Try to increase your time of holding on to the pose gradually from 5 minutes to 10 minutes.

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 Vrikshasana or tree pose

Tall and strong as a tree, this pose can help you in firming up the loose muscles of your breasts and bringing them back in shape. All you need to do is give it a good stretch and hold on to the posture for as long as possible. start by standing straight, raise your arms above your head and clasp them
together, getting into the namaskar pose. Now, raise your left leg and rest it on your right inner thigh while resting your entire body weight on the right leg. Stretch your arms upwards and keep breathing. Hold this pose for 30 seconds and repeat the same with the other .

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Bow pose

This pose is popularly known as Dhanurasana. It strengthens the spine and firms up the breast tissue by adding defined volume. Lie down on your stomach with your hands on the sides and palms facing upwards. Exhale, bend your legs inwards at the knees, and grip your ankles with your hands while pulling your feet towards your shoulders. Inhale and pull your feet further in while raising your thighs and lift your chest off the floor too. Hold for a few seconds and return to the starting position.

Lie down on your stomach and exhale the air from your lungs. Bend your knees and slowly bring them close to your head. Hold your ankles and breathe out. Try to pull your legs with arms as much as possible. Balance on your stomach and try to hold this posture for 30 seconds.


Plank pose

The plank pose is commonly performed as part of callisthenic workouts as well sun salutations and is known as Kumbhakasana in Sanskrit. It works on all parts of the body and also strengthens the pectoral muscles in the chest thus preventing sagging of breast tissue. Lie on your stomach and keep your forearms flat on the floor. Lift your body up and use your elbows to support yourself. Hold this position for a few breaths and relax before repeating.



Virabhadrasana or warrior pose
This one will help you stretch your thorax and make it elastic, promoting strength at the same time.

Stand with your feet apart, parallel to each other. Turn your left foot to the left side and right foot inside. Exhale and bend your left knee. Raise both your hands, parallel to the ground, turn your head to the left side, and look at your wrist. Now repeat this 7 to 10 times and practice the same on the right side.

Bridge pose

While most people perform the bridge pose to stretch and strength the hips, spine and neck, it is also very helpful when you want to firm up your bust. The Setu Bandhasana pose also helps to strengthen the chest muscles and increase flexibility and elasticity of the breast tissue. Lie down on your back with your knees bent, feet pressed flat against the floor and palms facing downwards on either side. Lift up your torso while keeping your head down, and arch your back; hold for a few seconds and then bring your body back down.

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Ustrasana or camel pose

This asana stretches the thorax, abdomen, inguinal region, and thighs. It is a chest-opener pose that helps increasing lung volume and strengthens the
thorax. Ustrasana is just what you need when you want to improve posture, strengthen your back as well as your chest muscles. Start by kneeling on a mat with your hands on your hips and your knees placed shoulder-width apart. Inhale deeply while drawing your tailbone in and arch your back while sliding your palms flat on your feet till your arms are straight. Lean your head back and keep it in a neutral position. Slowly exhale and return to your primary kneeling position.

Trikonasana or triangle pose

It will release and strengthen your thorax, stretch your spine, and improve the blood flow in your body places your feet wide apart. Turn the left one at a 90-degree angle and the right
one at a 15-degree angle. Touch your left ankle with your left hand and stretch your right arm upwards so that your arms make a straight line. Keep your knees and spine straight.
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 Chakrasana or wheel pose

It helps you stretch your thorax, spine, and neck which helps with relieving fatigue, and cures headaches.  Chakrasana or wheel pose
It helps you stretch your thorax, spine, and neck which helps with relieving fatigue, and cures headaches. Lie down on your back, and place your feet a bit more than shoulder-width apart, then pull them to your buttocks. Put your hands behind your head keeping your palms down with your fingers pointing towards your back. Breathe out and raise your breasts and hips as high as you can. Try straightening your arms completely. Stay in this position for 30 seconds.

Gomukhasana (Cow Pose)


Gomukhasana or the Cow Pose is an asana in which your body resembles a cow’s face. It is a beginner level Vinyasa yoga asana. Practice it in the morning or evening on an empty stomach and clean bowels. Hold the pose for 30 to 60 seconds.


Benefits- Gomukhasana stretches your breasts well. It builds your breast muscles and improves the overall flexibility of your torso. It also increases the elasticity of your breasts.

​Prasarita Padottanasana or Wide legged forward fold

How to do it:

Step 1: Stand at the end of the mat with your feet together and hands by our side (Tadasana).

Step 2: Inhale and take a step backwards with your right foot and turn your body to face the long edge of the mat.

Step 3: Stretch your hands out and bring them to your shoulder level, then take them back and clasp them together close to your hips.

Step 4: Inhale and lengthen your chest in a way that your torso is stretched. Exhale and bend forward as much as you can, while balancing your body weight.

Step 5: Bring the head towards the ground and push the buttocks towards the ceiling. You can put your hands on the floor for support. Hold this pose for a while.


​Gomukhasana or Cow face pose

How to do it:

Step 1: Sit down on the mat with your legs stretched in front of you.

Step 2: Now bend the knees and stack your right knee over your left knee. Your feet should be close to your buttock.

Step 3: Bend your right elbow and take your right arm behind your back. Try to reach your midline.

Step 4: Now take your left arm overhead, bend the elbow and take it towards your back. Try to interlock the fingers of both hands.

Step 5: Pause for 30 seconds and then change the position of the hands.

​Makarasana or Crocodile pose

How to do it:

Step 1: Lie down on your stomach with your feet more than shoulder-width apart.

Step 2: Cross your arms under your head and rest your forehead on the wrist.

Step 3: Turn your heels out, close your eyes and let your body relax.

Step 4: Push your belly button on the floor and hold this pose for a few breaths.



​Matsyasana or Fish Pose

How to do it

Step 1: Sit down on the ground with your hands by your side and legs completely stretched.

Step2: Place your elbows and forearms flat on the mat behind your back. Your upper arms should be perpendicular to the floor.

Step 3: Slide your upper body backwards while keeping your forearms in place and puffing up your chest by rolling your shoulders back and tucking your shoulder blades onto your back.

Step 4: Press your palms into the mat. You can also tuck your hands under your butt.

Step 5: Lower your head back until it comes to the floor. Keep your legs and core engaged all the time.

Step 6: Hold this pose for a few seconds, then press strongly into your forearms and raise your head off the floor to come to the starting position.