Yoga Poses That Will Give You A Defined Collarbone And Toned Neck(2023)

5 Yoga poses To Get A defined collarbone and toned neck:

Easy Peacock Pose

  1. Stand with your feet hip-width apart.
  2. Take a deep breath in and link your fingers together behind your back.
  3. Breathe out and move your arms away from the back and position your shoulder blades to point at each other. Gently, arch your back.
  4. Inhale and bend forwards while keeping your back straight and fingers interlogged. Stretch your arms away from your back.
  5. Hold the position for 10-15 seconds.
  6. Release, exhale and slowly rise.

Plank Pose

  1. Lie on your stomach.
  2. Bring your hands towards your shoulders and keep your palms on the ground.
  3. Breathe in and push up your body to form a straight line. Arms shall be perpendicular to the ground and shoulders are right over your wrists and your body is parallel to the floor.
  4. Hold the pose for a minute and continue breathing.
  5. Exhale and slowly come back to a sitting position.
To get defined collarbones, make friends with plank pose. 

Standing Backward Bend

  1. Stand straight with arms along the body and feet together, balancing your weight equally on them.
  2. Take a breath in and extend your arms overhead.
  3. Exhaling, gently bend backwards. Push your pelvis forward and keep the arms in line with your ears, keeping your elbows and knees straight. Lift your chest towards the ceiling.
  4. Hold for 30-50 seconds.
  5. Breathe in and gently pull your body upwards. Bring the arms down and relax.

Chest Fly

  1. Get a dumbbell in each hand and lie down.
  2. Pull your arms up and position your hands to face each other.
  3. Slightly bend your elbows and lower your arms to each side to stretch your chest muscles.
  4. Return to the initial position and repeat.

Bridge Pose

  1. To start with bridge pose, lie down on your back and bend your knees.
  2. Keep your legs and feet parallel and position them hip-apart.
  3. Move your feet closer to your buttocks and slowly lift your hips.
  4. Link your hands under your back. Keep your heels firmly on the ground and lift the back of your thighs and the bottom of your buttocks higher.
  5. Hold for 30-60 seconds.
  6. Exhale and lower your frame to the ground.

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