5 Yoga Poses To Detox Your Liver

Liver is the largest organ in the body and plays an imperative role in our health. Its main job is to receive what passes through our intestines and keep the toxins away from getting into our bloodstream. Our internal organs are hard at work to filter and counteract much of what we are exposed to daily. These detoxification processes are a key component to overall health and wellness. Here are 5 simple yoga poses to detox your Liver.

Revolved Chair Pose
Twisted chair pose is one of the best postures for detoxifying the body and building strength. The bent knees engages and builds strength in your quadriceps, and the twist is known for ringing out the toxins in the upper body. From Chair with Prayer Hands, the upper body twists to one side with the heart opening towards the sky. The bottom elbow is on the outside of the opposite knee and the upper elbow reaches towards the sky. Gaze is towards the sky or to the earth if the neck is sensitive.

Revolved Side Angle
Revolved Side Angle Pose is a deep, standing twist that challenges your balance and strengthens your legs and core. The Revolved Side Angle Pose has a great deal of twisting and stretching going on, making it a nice addition to your practice.

Ardha Matsyendrasana
Ardha Matsyendrasana usually appears as a seated spinal twist with many variations, and is one of the twelve basic asanas in many systems of Hatha Yoga. This is one of the few poses in the Basic Session that rotates the spine. Most bend the spinal column either backward or forward, but to become truly flexible it must be twisted laterally as well. The movement also tones the spinal nerves and ligaments, and improves the digestion.

Revolved Triangle Pose
Parivrtta Trikonasana is a standing, deep-twisting yoga pose that stretches the whole body. It squeezes and massages your digestive organs, while challenging your balance and concentration. It is sometimes used as a counter-pose to Extended Triangle (Utthita Trikonasana).

Bridge Pose
In sanskrit ‘Bridge’ means ‘Setu’, ‘Bandha’ means ‘Lock’ and ‘Asana’ means ‘Pose’. The poses look like the shape of the bridge, so this pose is called as bridge pose. This rejuvenating backbend will open your chest up and keep your spine flexible. Setu Bandhasana will also help to prepare you for more intense backbends. Basically this pose is effective in relaxing the body and reducing stress.

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