Question on yoga for beauty

(November 9, 2010)

My question is-Can I use the yoga for increasing my beauty or not tell me please and tell me exercise


The use of yoga for beauty care has become increasingly popular these days. A wonderful way to be truly beautiful is to let out the beauty within you. However, in today’s stressful world, worries and tension leave one with wrinkles and frowns – all which mar the natural beauty that a person may be blessed with. Yoga for beauty can help one to get rid of and also deal with the stress and tension of day to day life. Yoga is an exercise that recognizes the body’s wants and needs. Feeling good about yourself is the first step in being beautiful. Practicing yoga for beauty will help you to look and feel beautiful, even when you are old! One’s face is the portrait of one’s mind and reflects one’s physical and mental health. Apart from doing yoga for beauty, one must also follow a balanced diet as well. Yoga for beauty must be practiced regularly if you are to both see and keep up the results. Yoga is known to help with weight loss. Many people feel although endowed with beautiful skin and good health are burdened with excess weight that can severely affect and compromise both their health and appearances. Yoga helps you to attain your ideal body weight. It also detoxifies your body and improves blood circulation as well. When one has a healthy body, the skin will be supple and glowing too. Yoga helps with correct posture as well and this helps one to look younger. Yoga asanas for beauty include

Suryanamaskar (Sun Salutation)
Sarvanghasana (Shoulderstand)
Trikonasana (Triangle Pose)
 Halasana (Plow Pose)
Pawanmuktasana (Wind Releasing Pose)
Ushtrasana (Camel Pose)
Bhujangasana (Cobra Pose)

Breathing exercises in yoga also help with enhancing one’s beauty. They help to calm you and relax you. These include Bhastrika (Bellows) and Anulom Vilom (Alternate nostril breathing). Kapalbhati (Cleaning breath) and Shitli Kumbhak are two other breathing exercises.

Doing Pilates for beauty has also become popular over the last few years. Pilates is a form of exercise which has spiritual and physical benefits. Pilates, like yoga exercises help you to stay in shape and the result is a better body. An important feature of Pilate exercises is that they target both the mind and the body. One is encouraged to focus and concentrate while doing the exercises; this helps one to be more relaxed as well as a better awareness of the body. These exercises also help to relieve stress. All the above benefits add up to a more beautiful and relaxed person.

Some home beauty tips for wrinkles are:-
• Doing facial exercises daily.
• Combining egg and glycerin and using it as an anti wrinkle lotion. Leave this on the face for ten minutes and then wash off.

Submitted by A on November 9, 2010 at 06:49

The practice of yoga for beauty can be very effective as it helps detoxify the body. This is essential in bringing out beauty. The practice of yoga also helps in reducing weight and toning the body proportionately. Performing the different poses of yoga for beauty also improves flexibility and helps bring about correct posture, making you look younger. It helps in detoxifying the alimentary canal and absorbing the nutrients from the food. Practicing yoga for beauty also enables the release of stress and provides relaxation to the body.
A healthy body is essential for your skin to be healthy too. When you have a peaceful mind and fit body your skin will tend to be supple and glowing. The practice of yoga for beautiful skin like Bhastrika (Bellows) and Anulom Vilom (Alternate nostril breathing) can be very effective. To perform Bhastrika (Bellows) you should take a deep breath, hold and exhale. This is a simple exercise to practice and can be used as a warm up before you begin other exercises. To practice Anulom Vilom (Alternate nostril breathing) you should breathe in through one nostril while closing the other with your thumb. While breathing out let your middle finger close the nostril you inhaled with and exhale through the other. Kapalbhati (Cleaning breath) and Shitli Kumbhak are other effective yoga asanas for beauty.
The practice of yoga for beauty also benefits women by maintaining their natural beauty and dealing with menstrual problems, stress, and child birth. Practicing the exercises of yoga for beauty help women stay active and slim. Meditation also helps in relaxing the mind and releasing stress. You can start meditating for about 10 minutes and slowly increase the time. Practicing yoga for beauty also includes following a yogic diet. You should eat enough of green vegetables, sprouts, nuts, fresh fruits and whole grain cereals as part of your diet. You should also avoid coffee, tea, alcohol and processed foods.
Following some home beauty tips for wrinkles will also help enhance your beauty. You could try rubbing a paste of three to four drops of lime juice and one tablespoon of honey onto the wrinkles before going to bed. Wash with warm water in the morning and firmly dry with a towel. Rub the paste once again onto the wrinkles in the opposite direction and wash after half an hour.
For the different exercise of yoga to be effective they must be practiced regularly. You should also make sure to follow a proper diet and use home remedies. Taking certain precautions like protecting your skin from the sun and refraining from smoking will ensure healthy and glowing skin.

Submitted by A on September 17, 2010 at 01:40

First of all, understand that you are beautiful the way God created you. If you wish to enhance your beauty please practise all yogasanas and pranayamas in the Yoga asana and pranayama section of this site. Also do the cleansing techniques described in the appropriate section. Lastly follow a Yogic Diet for being low on toxins. This helps enhance beauty.

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