Waist Slimming Yoga Poses

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Yoga Workout for Weight Loss The Waistline Crusher

hey guys welcome to ur waistline crusher we are in picton ontario over looking the great lake of ontario and i have a yoga for fat loss for you today thats going to speed up your metabolism burn calories, burn fat and raise heart rate grab a mat some water and lets do it

were going to begin by starting in childspose begin to bring awareness to your body then slowly coming to ur hands and knees taking our naughty kitten move rottatin back great exercise to warm up your hips your back giving your body lots of movement here

you can switch up the directions if you like from here come up to downward dog give yourself s moment to breath walk out your downward dog from here slowly rounding to high plank exhale come back to downward dog round through each vertebra of your spine and push back toward dog

round through hold and push back and last time give me high knees to chest try to touch your chest with your knee downward dog hold here breathe lets take a flow come forward chatturanga

open to cobra and push back into downward dog from here taking our taps tap the right foot out right knee tap and knee good job keep going coming into your downward facing dog plank chaturange

upward dog look up reach your right leg right up to the sky slowly come onto your left knee square off those hips reach left arm forward hold and breathe add a crunch exhale 4

Slim Waist Yoga Routine The Yoga Solution With Tara Stiles

Hi, I'm Tara Stiles, and today on the YogaSolution, I'm gonna show you a nice routine that you can do to slim your waist. Let'sget started. We'll start on all fours on your hands and knees. Make sure the fingers arespread nice and wide. We'll just start to warm up your spine a bit here. So as you inhale,gently drop your belly all the way down toward the ground, looking upward. And then as youexhale, rounding all the way and tucking your chin in. And just a few a more times likethis here on your own here, nice and smooth and easy. If it feels a little bit nicer tomove around a little side to side or circle one way or the other way just anythingat all that feels good to start to get your

spine moving for you. And then when you'reready here, gently tuck your toes, we'll start to lift your hips all the way up and backto your nice Downward Dog. Relax your head and neck and shoulders here. And then slowlywe'll start to walk your feet all the way up to the top of your mat here, one step ata time. Once you're all the way up, folding in, we'll let your head and neck soften. Andwe'll round up into a Chair Pose here. So sink your hips all the way up into a niceChair Pose. Breathing easy, keeping your belly nice and strong. And we'll press your palmstogether, lift up a bit, twist around here. Elbow comes right outside your knee, firmlypush away to spin everything all the way open.

And then gently come all the way back to yourmiddle. Same thing other side here. So twisting around all the way up and over here, easy,easy deep breaths. And we'll come all the way back through your middle. And then asyou exhale, just bring your fingertips all the way down to the ground, folding inwardfor a moment. Next inhale, lengthen up to a nice long, flat back. And then as you exhale,plant your palms, we'll step right back to your Plank Pose here. Top of your push up,just holding on for a few breaths. And from here, gently ease your knees down to the ground.We'll sink into a nice Upward Dog here. So swaying a little bit side to side, openingup the chest and the front of your body. Breathe

a whole lot. And then when you're ready, gentlyease your knees down to the ground, shift your hips up and back to sit on your heels.Take an easy breath in your Child's Pose. And when you're ready, coming back onto yourhands and knees, respreading your fingers, tuck the toes and lift your hips right upand back to your nice Downward Dog here. Relax your heels, relax the shoulders. So we'lltake a big inhale, reach your right leg all the way up and back behind you, Downward DogSplit here. Open up the hips and shoulders. And then we'll take your knee right up intoyour forehead. Round your back here. See if you can actually touch your knee to your forehead.And then send it all the way right back behind

you. Twice more just like that here. Liftyour knee, round your back here, knee right up into your forehead. And, again, send itall the way right back behind you. Last one just like this here. Knee right up into yourforehead, and then softly bring your foot between your hands, Low Lunge. From here,push down, big inhale brings you all the way up to a nice High Lunge. And then as you exhale,spin around to your right side here. Let your arms open nice and wide, big twist. Big inhalefills you all the way back up. Twice more just like that here. Big exhale, easy spin.And the inhale takes you all the way back up to the top. Last one just like that here.Big exhale, easy spin, and the inhale fills

you all the way up. And then right over toyour nice Warrior 2 here. So let your back heel find the ground. Arms softly openingright out to your sides. And simply hanging here for a few breaths. So gently reachingout through your fingertips, hips sinking nice and low, easy gaze over the fingertipshere. And take a big inhale, lift everything all the way up. And then as you exhale, sinkright back down and then all the back here to Reverse Warrior. Keep it going here, stretchall the way back here a bit. And then both legs stay straight, wave your torso up andover to your Triangle here. Maybe the hands on your shin or the fingertips on the ground.Open up the whole front of your body. Easy

Yoga For Weight Loss 40 Minute Fat Burning Yoga Workout

Hello, and welcome to Yoga with Adriene. Iam Adriene. Today we're going to learn a quick sequence for weight loss, so we're going touse the entire body, stimulate the belly, get that digestive tract happy and healthyfor the new year, and we're going to begin today on our mats, duh, on our backs. So let'scome to flat back position, hmmmm, and this pony tail is not working out for me. Therewe go. All right. I am going to tuck my chin into my chest, lengthen through the back ofthe neck. I am going to press into my head like I did in Chavasan tutorial. I am going topress into my elbows. I am going to draw my shoulder blades in together and down, justcreating a little space, broad collar bone

here, open chest, mmmmmmmm, and I relax backdown, and I am going to extend my legs out long and inhale, reach my fingertips up andover my head, full body stretch here from fingertips to toes I can point and flex thefeet, and this is organic here. This is easybreezy beautiful cover girl, and I really just wantto take a moment right now to say that the more organic movement we can find and create,the more correct we're doing our yoga. So although I am here to guide you, feel freeto move within the sequences, especially as we continue on through the year. Find thatorganic movement in your body. Okay, so I am going to inhale in, stretchone last time. Just full body stretch just

waking up from fingertips to toes, and thenon exhale, I am going to flex my feet, toes up towards the sky, and slowly psheeeeeew,float my fingertips down by my side. I will plant my palms here, and then just checkingin with this core, this belly which we're going to bring a lot of attention to here,at the top of the year, just kind of stimulating, massaging those internal organs. Again, gettingthat digestive tract happy and healthy. Pressing into the palms. Instead of going right leg,left leg, or one leg than the other, I am going to bring my awareness to my navel. Udiand abunda, we draw the navel towards the spine, tuck the pelvis, and then just checkin, even if it's not possible in this moment,

I am going to slowly try to lift both kneesup at the same time. So you might be like haha! No way. And that's fine, and then ifit didn't happen on the first time and you want to try it again sometimes I'd like todo it a couple of times just to, quot;Oh, yeah,quot; check in with my center.From here I'll scoop the tail bone up, letting my lower back become flush with the mat. Feelfree to rock a little side to side, hug your knees into your chest if you need a momenthere, phee And then from here I am going to inhale. Slowly lift my knees so that theyare above my hip points. Now my lower back is going to want to come up from the mat,mmmm, mmm, I am going to scoot my tailbone

up and support my back by drawing my navelin, also checking in with that center again, connecting to the abdominal wall. Right awayhere I am already feeling this fire in my belly. So if I am feeling like it's difficultto keep the lower back flush with the mat, bring your knees a little bit in front ofthe hip point. So rather than stacking them evenly, especially for beginner it's niceto get that lower back down to the ground. I can point my feet here. I can flex my teat,feet, my teat laughs, I can flex my feet. I can spread my toes, yogi toes, it doesn'tmatter. I just want a little bit of brightness, a little bit of awareness to the feet so Iam not just hanging into my bones, but I am

nice an stacked; bright in the feet.Inhale, reach the fingertips up towards the sky and behind again, pheee on an exhaleI settle in, opening the shoulders. Then I am going to interlace here, bring them behindmy head, keeping my thumbs extended here, maybe giving my neck a little massage, andthen opening the shoulders. Now this whole time I am not just hanging out. I am drawingmy navel down. I am scooping my tailbone up. So the opposite of that would look like this,but I am scooping my tailbone up, drawing my navel towards my spine. Shins parallelwith the ceiling, knees in front of the hip points if you need a little more lower backsupport. Press your elbows into the mat. Tuck

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