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Enlarge Your Breasts Naturally with These Ancient Ayurvedic Exercises

Mar 29, 2018
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Ayurveda, India’s holistic health and wellness system, has its own say when it comes to natural breast enhancement. It offers exercises for breast enlargement, which you can do in the comfort of your own home and with utmost safety. Are you ready to be more confident with increased breast size in only a matter of time? Try these feel-good routines to get started.

1. Stabdhasana

Here’s how to do it: stand straight with your feet shoulder apart. Raise your arms to shoulder level, with your elbows bent so that your hands are in front of your chest, and your elbows are the same height as your shoulder.

Bend your wrist upwards slightly, and then spread the fingers of your hands. Visualize pressing both hands against a solid object; hold the muscles of your hands, forearms, upper arm, and chest region as tightly as rushing the object you are holding. Focus your eyes in the space found between your hands. Hold this position for 20 seconds – with your muscles as tight as possible – and repeat three to five instances.

2. Dwikonasana (Double Angle Pose)

In this particular exercise, you will stand straight, with your feet shoulder apart. Extend your arms behind your back, and then interlock your fingers, as the starting position. Bend forward from your hips, at the same time raising your arms behind your back as high as possible without straining. Use your arms to emphasize the stretch to your shoulders and chest. Look forward with your face parallel to the floor. Hold for 30 seconds, and then return to the upright position and relax your arms. Repeat three to five times.

3. Sajah Stabdhasana

Sit in vajrasana, or on your legs, with legs touching the ground. Look forward and hold your arms straight on your sides, so that they are aligned at the shoulder level. Stretch your hands backwards, much like touching the back of your palms together. Keep your back straight and your head and neck in line with your whole body. Hold this position for 20 seconds, and then repeat three to five times as well.

4. Bhujangasana (Cobra Pose)

Lie on your stomach with your legs straight, your feet together and flat on the floor. Place your palms on the floor below and slightly to the side of your shoulders. Your fingers should be placed forward.

Point your elbows backward and close to the sides of your body. Rest your forehead on the floor, and then close your eyes. Relax your whole body, specifically your lower back. Slowly raise your head, neck, and shoulders. Straighten your elbows and raise the trunk as high as you possibly can through the use of the muscles of your back instead of your arms.

Afterwards, use your arm muscles to further raise the trunk and arch your back more. Tilt your head gently backwards, and then look up. Keep your public bone in contact with the floor, afterwards raising your navel. Your arms will remain slightly bent, unless your spine is very flexible. Hold for 20 seconds and repeat five times, increasing the time that you hold the posture in a gradual manner. Bend your arms and lower your body to floor to return to the starting position.

5. Ushtasana (Camel Pose)

Sit in vajrasana, and stand on your knees and feet together. Separate them if it will be more comfortable for you, feet flat on the floor. If this is difficult, start with the balls of your feet on the floor. Lean backward. Slowly reach for your right heel with your right hand, and then the left heel with your left hand. Do not strain!

Push your abdomen forward while keeping your thighs vertical. Bend your head and spine backwards as far as possible, too. Support your body weight using your arms and legs, and try to relax into the stretch. Hold in this position for 20 seconds and repeat three to five times, gradually increasing the time you are holding this posture. Slowly release your hands from the heels one at a time to return to the starting position.

If the intensity of these exercises is a bit too much for your current fitness level, you may start with simpler breast enlargement exercises that can contribute to increase breast size in a matter of weeks to months. Always consider safety whenever you explore these breast workout routines.

6. Gowmukhasana (Cow Pose)

Popularly known as cow pose, this posture act on the upper part of the body. This pose has been found effective for breast enlargement. Start this pose by sitting in lotus pose. Lift your arms parallel to shoulder. Twist the left arm backward and try to touch the right arm. Repeat the pose similarly at opposite side.

7. Dhanurasana (Bow pose)

Dhanurasana is another great exercise for building up your bust size. To do this, lie flat on the stomach, hands near your torso, palms facing up. Exhale and bend your knees inwards, towards your shoulder blades. Grip your ankles with your arms and pull your feet towards the shoulders. Inhale and lift your thighs up too. The head and the chest are raised above the ground such that only your stomach is in contact with the ground. Now your body resembles a bow. Do this asana under a practitioner’s guidance only.

8. Vrikshasana (Tree Pose)

In this Yoga exercise, you are required to stand properly and then bring the arms near the shoulder level. Slowly move the hands in front of chest area and then open the fingers. Now you have to press hard and this should be continued for 20-30 seconds. Try to hold the muscle strongly and keep all your attention to this practice. You can repeat this simple posture for 4-5 times a day. You can also increase the duration slowly for faster results.

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