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Know More About The Best 6 Anti Cellulite Yoga Asanas

Suffering from Cellulite? Well, this is the condition when skin gets a lumpy appearance and it generally affects the areas, like- buttocks, and thighs. Cellulite occurs when one can see the fat deposits push through the connective tissue beneath the skin.
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Suffering from Cellulite? Well, this is the condition when skin gets a lumpy appearance and it generally affects the areas, like- buttocks, and thighs. Cellulite occurs when one can see the fat deposits push through the connective tissue beneath the skin. 

Know More About The Best 6 Anti Cellulite Yoga Asanas


Today, more than 80% of women are prone to this disease, which is due to the appearance of tubercles on the skin is also called "orange peel". Moreover, cellulite won’t make you look plus size, but your overall appearance and look will be affected by the same. What is the cause of its appearance? Most often it is a hormonal imbalance, which is accompanied by an increase in the blood of such a female hormone as estrogen. In men, these hormones are very small in comparison to women that is why they never get affected by the same. Also, the formation of "orange peel" can lead to thyroid disease, heredity, systematic disregard because of an unbalanced diet, sedentary lifestyle, constant stress, and chronic fatigue.

Methods of cellulite treatment are various today and if you would like to get rid of the same better go with the yoga. Let's see what yoga asanas can prevent the occurrence of cellulite, and allow you to get rid of it if the disease already takes place.
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Chair Pose (Utkatasana)

To enter the asana, place your feet shoulder-width apart, straight arms in front of you and parallel to the floor. Bend your knees and lower your hips parallel to the floor, and feel like you are sitting in an imaginary chair, your heels off the floor. Keep in the same position for 5 breathing cycles.

Posture Of The Tree (Vrikshasana)

This asana needs to balance on one leg. The second leg should be bent at the knee, the foot to turn the sole up and place on the thigh of the opposite leg. Balance in the asana for 5 breathing cycles. Then change the supporting leg and repeat the balance for better results.

Eagle Pose (Garudasana)

The asana also needs to balance on one leg, slightly bent at the knee. The second leg must be wrapped around the support. Hands also need to be intertwined in front of you in the area of elbows. Balance in the asana for 5 breathing cycles. Then, change the supporting leg and repeat the balance.

Pose Weights (Tulajdonaban)

Another name for the asana is Warrior Pose III (Virabhadrasana III) and you will need to put all the balance of your body on one foot. The second leg should be taken back straight and placed parallel to the floor. A direct hand in this need to rise above the head, the body tilted forward and, together with the hands to place on one line with a raised leg. Balance in the asana for 5 breathing cycles. Then change the supporting leg and repeat the balance.

Locust Pose (Shalabhasana)
To enter the asana, lie on your stomach. Start with PurnaShalabhasana (half Locust pose), rise up off the floor straight leg and then perform Shalabhasana-to the raised legs add the rise above the floor of the head, shoulders, and chest and straight arms through the sides pull back, which will bring the shoulder blades. Stay in the asana for 5 breathing cycles.

All these asanas are the best and effective for the areas like- buttocks, arms and the thighs and very helpful to remove cellulite from the body completely. You must try the above asanas in a comprehensive yoga session regularly. Repeat each of the asanas 3 times and for excellent results, a healthy diet, and good physical activity is important.

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