7 Yoga Poses To Lose Weight and Be More Flexible

Yoga is a wonderful practice that improves your immunity, makes you strong and of course, it will help you to see signs of weight loss fat. It does not burn the fat but it tones your butt to make it tighter and shapely. However, the overall effect yoga has on your body works to not only reduce weight but encourages flexibility as well.

Here are the top 7 yoga poses to tone your butt.

1) Warrior Pose I

 It tones your butt, neck, shoulders, arms, hips and ankles.


  • Stand straight with a distance of 4 feet between your feet.
  • Let your leg foot take a 90-degree angle towards left and your right feet a 45-degree angle towards left.
  • With the legs in position, turn your upper body towards left.
  • Bend your left leg as you lower your body. Just lower it enough to have your knee in alignment with your left foot.
  • Bring your arms from the sides over your head and place your palms against each other without bending your elbows.
  • Stretch your neck by lifting your face backward. If you have severe neck pain, you may just look ahead.
  • Remain for 30 seconds in the pose.
  • Return to position and repeat the same with the other leg.

Precaution: People with high blood pressure and heart problems should refrain from practicing this pose.

2) Chair Pose

 Chair pose works to reduce excess fat overall and tones your butt. It enhances your immune power.


  • Stand erect.
  • Space out your feet to maintain hip-width.
  • Slowly inhale and lift your arms above your head and place your palms together.
  • While doing step 3, lower your body to the level as if you were about to be seated on a chair.
  • Remain for 30 seconds before returning to position.

Precaution: People with arthritis and chronic knee problems should not practice this pose.

3) Half Moon Pose

The Half Moon pose firms your buttocks, thighs, and waist. It tones your abdominal muscles and improves spine flexibility.


  • Stand straight with your feet together.
  • Raise your arms sideways and bring them over your head to let the palms contact each other.
  • Let your elbows be straight.
  • Now bend towards your left as much as possible.
  • Remain in the pose for 30 seconds before you bend towards your right.
  • After 30 seconds, return to the position.

4) Cobra Pose

The Cobra pose tones your butt, abdominal muscles and it is good for back pain.


  • Lie down on your stomach with your hands by your sides.
  • Place your palms by the sides of your chest and closer.
  • Pressing the palms down, lift your upper body. Let the waist be on the floor.
  • Straighten your elbows as much as possible by giving your back a perfect arch.
  • Remain for 30 seconds in the pose before returning to position.
  • Do it twice.

Precaution: People with carpal tunnel syndrome should not practice this pose.

5) Locust Pose

It tones your butt muscles and helps your liver, kidneys, and pancreas.


  • Lie down on your stomach with your hands by your sides.
  • Place your chin on the floor.
  • Inhale slowly and lift your legs. Do not bend your knees.
  • Return to the position after 20 seconds.
  • Do it twice.

Precaution: People with knee ailments and injury in ankle should avoid practicing locust pose.

6) Bow Pose

Good for butt, tummy, and cures intestinal disorders.


  • Lie down on your stomach.
  • Bring your feet towards your waist by bending your legs.
  • Hold your ankles and pull them upwards.
  • Now, your thighs and chest are off the ground and only your abdomen stays in contact with the ground.
  • Be in the pose for 30 seconds
  • Do it twice.

Precaution: Do it under supervision if you have a severe back condition.

7) Wheel Pose

Not just your butt, the entire back muscles are toned. The pose strengthens your whole body and aids in maintaining youthfulness.


  • Lie down on your back.
  • Bring your feet closer to your buttock by bending your legs.
  • Space out your legs to maintain hip-width.
  • Raise your arms and bring them over your shoulders.
  • Place them beyond your shoulders on the floor. The fingers should be pointing towards your shoulders.
  • With the palms firmly pressed down, lift yourself off the floor.
  • Straighten your hands and legs.
  • Remain in the pose for 20 seconds.
  • Do it twice.

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