Yoga For Detox: Keep Yourself Fit During The Festive Period(2023)

5 yoga asanas to help you detox

Padahasthasana (Hand-to-Foot Pose)

Starting in Samasthithi, exhale as you slowly bend your upper body down from the hips to touch your knees. Next, place your palms on either side of your feet. As a novice, you might need to slightly bend your knees to do this. Try to touch your chest to your thighs with a little work. Hold the position for a minute.

Vasishtasana (Side Plank)

You can do 3 sets of this asana, with a 30-second hold between each set. Initially, come to Santholanasan (Plank). Lifting your right hand off the ground, plant your left palm firmly on the surface. Lift your right leg off the ground and cross it over your left leg as you turn your entire body to the right. Keep your right arm up over your head, and your fingers pointed upward. Make sure your heels, knees, and feet are all in contact with one another. Shoulders and arms are in a single straight line. Look up at your right hand as you turn your head. Hold the position for some time. Likewise, repeat on the left side.

Yoga to detox for the festive season. 

Paschimottanasana (Seated Forward Bend)

This can be repeated for 3 Sets with 30-second hold each time. Start in the forward-leaning pose of Dandasana while keeping your knees slightly bent. Keep your spine straight while raising your arms. Take a deep breath out, bend forward, and place your upper body on your lower body. Put your arms down and use your fingers to grab onto your big toes.

Sarvangasana (Shoulder stand pose)

Start on your back. Position your arms next to your body. Gently raise your legs off the ground so that they are parallel to it and your feet are facing the sky. Gradually raise your back and pelvis off the ground. Raise your forearms off the ground and support yourself by placing your hands on your back. Strive to have your shoulders, torso, pelvis, legs, and feet all in a straight line. Direct your attention to your feet.

Siddha Walk

A traditional yogic spiritual practice is the Siddha walk. It has the capacity to advance not only your physical health but also your intellectual and spiritual growth. It is a dynamic system founded on science that has the power to fundamentally alter the human body and psyche. The number 8 or infinity plays a significant and potent part in the Siddha walk. At least 11 minutes in each direction should be spent on each circle (from south to north and from north to south).

Halasana (Plough Pose)

Formation of the posture: Lie on your back with your palms next to your body. Press your palms into the ground to lift your legs and place them behind your head. You can use your hands to support your back to the extent that is comfortable.

Yoga to detox this festive season.

Pranayama and meditation techniques

The fun of festive season is definitely lost when you have to keep track of your calorie intake. But yoga is a great way to keep those extra inches at bay, so keep a positive outlook and add meditation and these easy breathing techniques, such as Anulom Vilom and Kapalbhati, to your post-holiday workout.

Allow these auspicious times to bring out your greatest qualities. Grace, beauty, peace, and joy are certain outcomes when you incorporate yoga into your life. With all the cleaning, cooking, and decorating that goes into festivals, it may be very exhausting. Make sure you give yourself at least a couple of days to completely rest. Your body and mind will work together to help you get back in shape as a result. Enjoy the food and ghee-laden treats of the festive season without guilt because these fundamental yoga poses will strengthen your body and increase your metabolism.

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