6 Yoga Asanas For Glowing Skin

Yoga Asanas For Glowing Skin

Everyone wishes for a glowing and radiant skin. But today’s unhealthy lifestyle debars everyone from such a privilege. Cosmetic surgeries and beauty creams may always not be successful. One needs to be healthy from within to get that everlasting glow in the skin. For this, pranayam is the best aid. It works wonderfully well and keeps one healthy physically and mentally.

Here Are The Pranayams That Help In Getting That Perfect Glow From The Skin:

Frontal Brain Purification

Sit in the lotus pose or in the normal sitting position. Take a deep breath and with forceful breathing throw out your breath in a count of 30. Take a few seconds rest and do this again. Initially start doing this for 5 minutes and then slowly increase your time to 15- 30 minutes. You may face a bit of difficulty when you just start this pranayam, but you will soon get hold of it well. This pranayam gives you a glowing skin, fights hair fall, reduces belly fat and increases your stamina.


The Bellow’s Breath

Sit comfortably on the ground or on a chair. Take a deep breath through your nose, fill your lungs with air and exhale with hissing sound. Inhale and exhale as you do. Do this pranayam for 2 -5 minutes.

The Bellow’s Breath

This pranayam improves blood circulation, releases stress, improves concentration, strengthens the lungs and works wonderfully for a radiant skin.

Nostril Breathing

Sit in Ardh Padmasan or Purna Padmasan position. Place your left hand on your left knee and place the index and middle finger of the other hand in between the eyebrows. Breathe in from one nostril and keep the other blocked. Use the thumb and ring finger to keep the nostril closed through which you are not breathing.

Alternate Nostril Breathing

This pranayam purifies the blood and respiratory system, it balances the nervous system and relieves nervousness and headaches. This pranayam is also helpful in getting a perfect glowing skin.

Alternate Nostril Breathing

Sit comfortably on the ground or on a chair. Close the right nostril with the right thumb and breathe deeply through the left nostril. Stay in this position for sometime without releasing the breath. Now close the left nostril with the middle and ring finger and breathe out from the right nostril. Repeat this for 5 to 10 minutes.

Exhalation Of Breath

This pranayam prevents diabetes, gives a glowing skin, removes blockage of arteries, improves concentration and keeps away heart related problems.

Exhalation Of Breath

Sit in the pose of Padmasana or Siddhasana. Take a deep breath and exhale completely to release all the air from the lungs. Hold your breath and touch your chin to the chest. Pull your stomach in under the rib cage such that the stomach and back seem to touch each other. Lift the muscle from the groin area. Stay in this position for 10 – 15 seconds and repeat this pranayam for 2-5 minutes daily.


This pranayam cures constipation, acidity, diabetes and gives a glowing skin too.

Bee Breathing

Sit straight in Padmasana or Sukhasana position. Place the index fingers on the forehead and the remaining fingers on your closed eyes. Inhale deeply and slowly. Keep the mouth closed and exhale by making a humming sound like ‘hmmmmm’ or say ‘om’. Practice this daily for 3-5 minutes. This pranayam reduces tension, stress, cures sinus problem, calms the mind and provides a wonderful glow to the skin.

Bee Breathing

These are the pranayams that are necessary for a glowing skin and also for the overall benefits of the body. Proper breathing techniques are necessary while doing these pranayams and you will slowly see the changes it brings to your body when done on a regular basis.

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