s, though we understand that’s the natural part of our power of femininity, it’s necessary to learn some useful yoga poses to temper that PMS (Premenstrual syndrome). Today, we’ll bring you the five best yoga moves to remove your period cramps effectively. They can focus on the reproductive organs and offer you more space to massage your area.

But keep in mind, each of us has a rhythm to our bodies, so it’s best to listen to your rhythm, test, and find what works best for you. Don’t hesitate to consult with your professionals to help you along the way.

 

GARLAND POSE

Malasana

GARLAND-POSE

Muscle worked: Stretches your thighs, groin, hips, and ankles

TO-DO:

  1. Begin standing with feet wider than your hip width
  2. Spin heels inward and toes out
  3. Sink your hips down into a deep squat
  4. Put elbows on inner thighs and press two palms together

BRIDGE POSE

Setu Bandha Sarvangasana
Bridge-pose

Muscles worked: Stretches hip flexors, quads, and obliques

TO-DO:

  1. Lie faceup with your knees flexed, feet flat on the ground and both arms at sides
  2. Maintain your feet as parallel as possible and heels stacked under your knees
  3. Roll under your arms open to spread your chest
  4. Ground through the outer upper arm and enter down into heels
  5. Reach knees forward to raise the hips off the ground
  6. Shimmy shoulders under chest and interlace all fingers

BOW POSE

Dhanurasana

Bow-pose

Muscle worked: Stretches your thighs, groin, hips, and ankles

TO-DO:

  1. Lie facedown and raise chest, arms, and legs off the ground
  2. Flex knees and reach back to grab your outer ankles
  3. Raise toes and inner thighs toward the ceiling
  4. Lengthen your tailbone toward your knees’ back
  5. Spread and raise chest

SEATED TWIST

Ardha Matsyendrasana

Seated-twist

Muscles worked: Stretches hip flexors, quads, and obliques

TO-DO:

  1. Sit with legs spread in front of you
  2. Raise right leg, flex knee, and cross over the left leg
  3. Place foot on the floor next to your left thigh
  4. Bend left knee and take foot toward glutes on your right side
  5. Put right hand on the ground behind
  6. Reach up with the left arm
  7. Sit as tall as possible
  8. Twist torso to the right side, putting your left arm and shoulder in front of the right knee

BOUND ANGLE POSE

Baddha Konasana

Bound-Angle-Pose

Muscles worked: Stretches your adductors and hip flexors

TO-DO:

  1. From sitting, flex knees and bring soles of feet along with heels drawn close to pelvis
  2. Take a hold of big toes with both thumb and index fingers
  3. Press the elbows into inner thighs to draw head to ground and tummy to feet
  4. Press your sit bones into your mat
  5. Don’t try to round spine when folding forward

 

 

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