Yoga is known for stimulating vital organs of your body. It holds true even for the liver, one of the largest organs of your body. The liver has significant functions to perform, which increases the need for its care. It filters the blood coming from the digestive tract and detoxifies chemicals that enter your body. If you don’t take proper care, it could result in many diseases such as hepatitis, cirrhosis, gallstones or even cancer. A healthy lifestyle is what you need to nurture your liver. And the best lifestyle change you could make is to embrace yoga. It can revitalize your liver and keep it healthy and functioning optimally. Here are a few yoga poses that promote good liver health.
Big Toe Pose
Stand upright with your feet parallel to each other. Make sure that the feet are at least six inches apart and your legs are straight. Now contract your thigh muscles to lift your kneecaps
Come onto the floor on your hands and knees. This looks like a tabletop position. Your hands should be slightly forward of your shoulders and your knees should be below your hips. Spread the fingers wide apart and tuck your toes under. While you exhale, lift your knees off the floor. Reach your pelvis up toward the ceiling, then draw your sit bones toward the wall behind you. Gently straighten your legs. This will give you a upside-down V pose. Press the floor away from you as you
Be in a tabletop position with your hands and knees on the floor. Your hips should be placed directly over your knees and shoulders above your hands. Relax your neck and head, with your eyes looking at the ground. Slowly round your back and as you exhale curve it toward the ceiling. Draw your belly to your spine. Slowly come back to the starting position and repeat the pose. This pose is often clubbed with cow pose during the inhale part.
Stay on your
Lie on your belly with your toes flat on the floor. Keep your hands underneath your shoulders. Keep your elbows parallel and close to your torso. Press the tops of your feet and thighs firmly into the mat. As you inhale, slowly lift your chest toward the ceiling and straighten your arms. Maintain a height at which you can keep a connection through your pubis to