Yoga Exercise For Sagging Breast



Now you don't have to hide your boobs in push up bras any more. If you're looking for a good remedy for droopy breasts, try yoga. Yoga gives your breasts an excellent lift and perfect contour. 

In today’s world a slender body is desired by all and when it comes to women the issue becomes a little too serious. Plumpness and sagging skin are not seen in good light. In fact it becomes a little embarrassing for the woman herself and due to this a huge surge has been seen in women taking up fitness and beauty regimes. But how many women pay attention to sagging breasts? Sagging breasts is a problem that many women face, especially after pregnancy and breast feeding. At the same time not many women are comfortable talking about it or taking up measures to set things right. But for those interested in improving their breasts there are quite a few yoga poses for breast firmness.

12. Yoga Exercise For Sagging Breast
1. Tree Pose ( Vrikshasana )



Also known as the tree post, this is a great way to tighten those loose muscles by giving a good stretch and then holding the posture. What you have to do here is stand in a straight position and then clasp both hands and join them together in the namaskar pose. Next lift your left leg and place it on the inner thigh of the right so that the weight of the entire body rests on the right leg. Pull hands upwards and continue breathing. Hold for at least 30 seconds and then repeat.

2. Spinal Twist  ( Ardha Matsyendrasana )


Talk about a good, deep stretch! Spinal twist feels great on overworked back muscles. If you’re new to twisting, just take this slowly – better to just twist a little than to go too far and injure yourself. You want to just feel a gentle stretch. If you start to feel pain, back off.

Have a seat on the floor with your legs out in front of you. Bend the right leg, so your right foot is by the left buttock, then bend your left leg so the knee is pointing upward, and place your left foot on the outside of your right knee. Raise your arms out to your sides, and gently twist to the left, placing your right elbow on the outside of your left knee and your left arm on the floor behind you. To come fully into the posture. slowly turn your head to the left until you feel a soft stretch in your neck. Hold this for 10 deep breaths, then release and repeat on the opposite side.

3. Cobra pose ( Bhujangasana )


Cobra pose or bhujangasana is a stretching exercise beneficial for the chest area. Lie on the yoga mat with your face down and toes pointing back. Bring your arms forward, placing your palms next to chest on the floor. Press deeply into the floor, inhale and raise your upper body surrendering to a backward motion, allowing your chest to extend upwards. Hold the position for 15 to 20 seconds, exhale and come back to the normal position. Perform at least once daily for best results.

4. Bow Pose ( Dhanurasana )


Dhanurasana or the bow pose 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. Hold for 5 breaths,

5. Plank ( Kumbhakasana )


This yoga posture is a part of the sun salutation asanas. What you have to do here is again lie on the stomach and then lift the body on both hands. Remember that the weight of the body should be balanced between the hands and the toes. Your body should be in a straight form, with spine not bent. The back legs should be stretched out with the weight on the toes. With these yoga exercises and a bit of cardio, you should be able to get back the muscles of the breasts in shape in  no time!

6.  Locust Pose ( Salabhasana )


Lie face down on your mat. Interlace your fingers behind your back and roll the shoulders back so that the chest is wide and open. Exhale to prepare and on an inhalation lift your legs and your chest. Lift from the inner thighs, inner ankles and inner knees as you continue to lengthen your legs back behind you. The lift in the chest comes from the heart, not the chin. Keep the neck, eyes and jaw relaxed and hold for 5 breaths.


 7. Triangle Pose ( Trikona Asana )


Trikona asana is very good in strengthening the muscles of the breasts and making them tighter. Stand with the fee wide apart. Raise both hands sideways and extend at the shoulder level. Then bend forward and hold the left ankle with the right hand, so that the body appears to be in the shape of a triangle. Hold for a while and then repeat with the other leg. 

8. warrior 1 ( virabhadrasana 1 )


With your right foot at the top of the mat and the outer edge of the front foot parallel to the outer edge of the mat, spin the back heel down so the back toes are turned slightly forward. Make sure the front knee is bent directly over the front heel. Square your hips to the front of the mat and lift your torso so that your shoulders stack over your hips. Draw the belly back and soften the front ribs in as you reach your arms up to the sky. Hold for 5 breaths and then move to the second side.

9. Warrior 3 ( Virabhadrasana 3 )


Warrior III, a popular yoga pose, to form a T shape of your body with your arms, torso, leg parallel to the floor. Stand on one leg. Lift the other leg at a right angle. Extend your arms straight, lean forward so that your chest is in line with your lifted back leg. Balance yourself first. Stay in this position for few seconds. Then stand on the other leg. This pose works your shoulders, abs, arms, chest, and your bum most of all.

10. Urdhva Dhanurasana


Set this up as you would setu bandha. Lift your hips up and then place your hands by your ears with your fingers pointing toward your shoulders. On an inhale, press into the feet and hands and lift onto the top of your head. Hug the inner elbows in toward each other and exhale to straighten the arms and lift head off of the earth. The outer edges of the body go up as the inner thighs spin down. Hold for 5 breaths and then carefully release one vertebra at a time.

11. Camel Pose (Ustrasana)


Ustrasana, or the Camel Pose, increases lung volume and strengthens the thorax. This pose is also effective against backaches.

Sit on your knees and pull your feet together. Slowly bend backward and put your hands on your heels, then arch your back and stretch your ribs. Pull your head to the floor and hold the pose for 30 seconds before returning to the starting position.

12. Boat Pose ( Navasana )


While sitting on the tripod of space between your sitting bones and your tailbone, lift your legs up to the sky. Hug the inner thighs together and spread through the toes while extending the inner ankles forward and up. Keep the heart lifting and try not to lean back. To modify, bend your knees and/or place your hands under your thighs. Hold for 5 breaths.
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