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Yoga tricks for better digestion

1. Try a pre-meal pranayama practice.

It’s often overlooked but incredibly helpful to take 5–10 minutes before meals to let your nervous system transition to eating mode.

2. Begin your meal mindfully.

We often plan our meals around social engagements, which is a great way to connect to those we love, but it can also be a distraction to the process of digestion and our ability to absorb the nutrients in our food.

3. Practice this digestion-boosting pose between meals.

This restorative posture can help stimulate the digestive process. It is best done on an empty stomach between meals.

For this pose all you need is a blanket that you can roll up to be about 3–5 inches in diameter. To begin, place the roll horizontally across your mat and lay on the roll so that the blanket is underneath the soft part of your belly (between the ribcage and pelvis). Rest your head on the floor or grab a pillow. Begin by inhaling into your belly, gently pushing the roll away with your belly and as you exhale simply relax the belly and let the roll sink deeper into the abdomen. Continue for 2–5 minutes then slowly release. If this is too much and you want less intensity, just unroll the blanket a little to make the diameter of the roll smaller.

4. Practice this restorative pose between meals.

This restorative posture can help stimulate the digestive process. It is best done on an empty stomach between meals.

For this pose you will need two blankets folded into rectangles and placed on top of each other. Sit with your right hip next to the blanket and your knees stacked on top of each other. Place your forearms on each side of the blankets and lengthen out your torso before you lay down over them, bringing your head and ribcage to rest on the blankets. Turn your head in the direction of your knees and find a comfortable position for your neck (you may want a small pillow under your head). In this position the side of your hips should be on the floor and your belly should be mostly off of the blanket draping toward the floor. Let your belly be soft and take a few deep breaths into your belly before you let the breath be natural and rest here. Stay for 3–5 minutes and then repeat on the second side.

For this pose you will need two blankets folded into rectangles and placed on top of each other. Sit with your right hip next to the blanket and your knees stacked on top of each other. Place your forearms on each side of the blankets and lengthen out your torso before you lay down over them, bringing your head and ribcage to rest on the blankets. Turn your head in the direction of your knees and find a comfortable position for your neck (you may want a small pillow under your head). In this position the side of your hips should be on the floor and your belly should be mostly off of the blanket draping toward the floor. Let your belly be soft and take a few deep breaths into your belly before you let the breath be natural and rest here. Stay for 3–5 minutes and then repeat on the second side.


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