4 YOGA POSES FOR A FLATTER TUMMY

The first thing that comes to mind when someone mentions exercise to you is probably going to the gym. But if you are someone who doesn’t like visiting the gym and would much rather get a flatter tummy in the comfort of your own home, yoga is a great way to help achieve that goal. There are many different yoga poses that help reduce stomach bloating and promote digestive regularity.

A yoga retreat is a perfect way to reset your system and bring your body back into balance. If you’re looking for a yoga retreat that will help you achieve a much flatter belly, look no further than Mekosha Ayurveda Spasuites Retreat in Kerala, India. Here, you’ll find an array of ayurvedic treatments and weight loss programs that are designed to help you slim down and tone up. From yoga and meditation to massages and dietary changes, a stay at this ayurvedic centre in Kerala is sure to leave you feeling refreshed and rejuvenated- not to mention getting a few pounds lighter.
Here are 4 yoga poses that can help give you a flatter tummy as well as help with indigestion, constipation, bloating, and flatulence.

1. Cat-Cow Pose


This pose helps with gas and bloating by massaging the abdominal organs. To do this pose, put your hands and knees directly under your shoulders and knees respectively. Breathe in as you drop your belly downwards and lift your chin and chest. And that is the Cow Pose. Then to do the Cat Pose, breathe out and draw your tummy towards your spine and release your head towards the floor. Repeat this 5-20 times.

2. Boat Pose


This pose is great for toning the abdominal muscles, improving digestion and circulation, and reducing stress levels. To do this pose, sit on your mat with your knees bent and your feet flat on the ground. Then, lean back slightly and lift your feet off of the ground, bringing them towards your chest. You can keep your hands on the ground or reach them towards your feet. Hold this position for 5-10 breaths before releasing and repeating as needed.

3. Half Camel Pose

This pose helps to tone the abdominal muscles and improve digestion. It also stretches the front of the body and improves posture. To do this pose, kneel with knees and feet keeping them hip-width apart, and place your palms on your lower back with the fingers pointing upwards. Inhale and exhale. Then carefully, bring the right hand to your right heel and your left hand upwards. Breathe in as you do the opposite

4. Warrior III Pose

This pose helps to strengthen the core muscles, improve balance and coordination, and increase stamina levels. To do this pose, stand upright with your feet hip-width apart and your hands towards your side. Take one step with your right foot forward and raise your arms above your head. Move your left leg upwards, keeping it straight, and bend until you are parallel to the floor.
Our experienced and certified instructors will guide you through a series of poses and exercises that cater to your goal and with regular practice, you can expect to see noticeable results within a few weeks! Moreover, what could be better than spending a week in beautiful Kerala, India, surrounded by like-minded people as you work on achieving your goals?

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