Abdominal pain always hits us when we can not use it at all. A good remedy for abdominal pain - even if it is difficult - gentle movement. We show you the ideal relaxation program. These yoga exercises help you to relax your middle, so that the unpleasant stomach ailments are quickly forgotten.
Yoga for abdominal pain
Go in the heel seat. Keep your head and back straight. Inhale and exhale several times.
Then stretch your left leg straight back on the floor. The arms are on the side of the body. The forehead touches the ground. Relax for three minutes and concentrate on breathing. Then stretch out the other leg and repeat the exercise.
Support on hands and knees, hang the head and make a cat hump.
After two minutes, stretch your head up and let the spine sag downwards. Also hold for two minutes.
Sitting On Heels. Stretch your arms over your head, palms together. Tighten the buttocks, shift the weight slightly forward and pull the upper body upwards with your arms without leaving the heel seat. Hold for a minute.
Supine position. Pull the legs to the upper body and embrace with the arms. Slowly swing to the left and right
Place a pillow on the floor in front of you for this exercise. Then you go into the heel seat. Let the belly sink to your thighs. The arms slide forward. Slowly lay your forehead on the pillow. Then place your arms next to the body. Stay as relaxed as possible in this posture and breathe easy.
The next exercise will help you to come back and regenerate. Sit down with your legs spread. Then put the soles together. Push your arms under your legs and try to bring your arms as close to the ground as possible. Lower your head and breathe deeply and calmly into the abdomen.
The shoulder bridge has a particularly soothing effect when properly breathed into the abdominal area. Come in the supine position. The legs are put up bent, the heels push into the ground. First lift the pelvis and then vertebra after vertebra until your body forms an inclined plane from the shoulders to the knees. The arms lie with the palms up the side of the body. Stay in that position and breathe calmly and deeply into the abdomen. Attention: To lower your back, raise your heels and let each vertebra return to the floor one at a time.
This exercise is optimal for relaxing your stomach. Lie in the prone position. Extend your right arm in the extension of the body and place your head on the upper arm. Ankle the left leg and pull the knee close to the body until you are comfortable. Find a comfortable place for your left arm. Stay in this position and breathe calmly and deeply. Before you leave the posture, stretch and stretch extensively.
When shoulderstand, you can relax quickly because of the quiet, deep abdominal breathing and focus on the center of the body. Supine position. The legs are placed bent. Lift the pelvis and slide a pillow under it. Slowly lower the pelvis until you are comfortable. Neck, shoulders and arms are relaxed on the ground. Stretch both legs up and hold them there. Stay in this position for a few minutes, breathing deeply into the abdomen.