15 Minute Yoga to Reduce Bloating

I know it's not a glamorous topic, but it happens to many people, and it's not fun. Several causes, such as traveling, poor diet, food sensitivity, stress, and yes, hormones, can cause excessive bouts of bloat. So, why not have some fun getting rid of extra gas and bloating?


This 15-minute, yoga workout will help you do just that. Give it a try, and I hope you enjoy the fun at the very end. Let me know how it goes!


Oh, and if you need a little extra, here are three other poses that you can add to this routine:

  1. Supine Twist--lie on your back with your legs out in front, flat on your mat. Bring your right knee into your chest and bring it over your body to the left. Hold. Repeat on other side.

  2. Child's Pose - from table top position, sink your hips to your heels, and reach your hands out above your head. Relax.

  3. Seated Forward Fold - legs are out in front of you; walking your hands down your legs into a folded position. Keep a slight bend in your knees. See if you can grab your feet. Okay, maybe your calves?



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