10 Yoga Poses To Unblock Your Solar Plexus Chakra

Solar Plexus Chakra or Manipura is situated at the four fingerbreadths above the naval where one’s power and self-esteem substantiate. Manipura is a lustrous gem, a stone that links itself to strengthen the diaphragm and digestive system, focusing on the anatomy and strength of metabolism. It is for this reason that the solar plexus chakra is called Manipura chakra too.

Solar Plexus Chakra is associated with the Fire element, which, when activated by the body temperature, smoothens the digestive process. The Chakra is represented by Yellow color which represents radiance and high entropy- both of the qualities being associated with fire.

When the solar plexus chakra is balanced, the individual has ample self-motivation, is confident and feels the existence of a defined purpose of life. However, someone with an imbalance chakra exhibits the exact opposite, the root characteristic being lack of energy. An imabalanced solar plexus chakra manifests itself physiologically in the form of indigestion or stomach troubles. Also see yoga as a means to chakra balancing.

How does one heal Solar Plexus Chakra?

There are many ways to heal the solar plexus chakra. Using aromatherapy, spa therapy, crystal therapy, and yoga and meditation are among the most commonly used ones. In this blog, we will be focussing on the top 10 yoga poses to unblock the solar plexus chakra.

What Are The Typical Yoga Poses That Assists In Healing Solar Plexus Chakra?

Here are the ten significant yoga poses which unblock the Manipura-

Full Spinal Twist-

Spead the left leg in front and hug the right knee, slouching toward the chest; next, place the right foot crossing over the left leg while putting the right hand back, dropping the shoulder. Inhale and exhale following a stipulated time frame, then move on with the Yoga pose beginning with the right leg.

Seated Cat Pose-

Get ready with a seated cat pose as given in the image, then slowly inhale and exhale, curling up the spine and tucking up the chin towards the chest while rolling back on your tailbone.

Abdominal Breathing-

Take a very comfortable position adding cushion to your hip region so that your hips are slightly raised above the knees. This promotes a natural lower back curve and eases your seating arrangements. Now place your right hand on your abdomen but just above the naval while placing your left hand on the center of the chest. It would help if you moved your right hand with the flow while keeping your left hand still. 

Half Boat Pose-

Lay your body over a yoga mat. Now raise your feet by tilting your torso. Make sure you place your hand near your hips, straightening up while pushing the legs up in the air, positioning your body like a boat, precisely a half boat. 

Uddiyana Bandha-

Take the posture of Padmasana putting your palms on the knees. Now follow the inhale and exhale process, breathing in and out, pushing and pulling the naval towards and outwards from the spine.

Boat Pose Variation Back Rounded-

The yoga posture resembles the half-boat pose, but you need to bring down your hand adjacent to the knee region, making your back round and allowing a minimal surface connection. 

Kneeling Pose Child Pose Flow-

Position your knees, closing them together, kneeling, and bringing your head down. Extend your arms in front. Now with every inhale, raise up, shift your hands to the top, and go down back to the initial position with exhale. 

Warrior li Pose Variation-

Bend your right knee and place the leg on the floor while extending your left foot beside, putting your arms in the airplane wing position. And maintain the chest and hips sidewise, gazing sidewise.


Locust Pose Torso On Floor with One Leg Up-

Lay your body on the Yoga mat in the crocodile position. While inhaling, ensure that your hands are resting below the thighs while raising the right leg. At the same time, exhale, stretching your body higher from the hips and putting your chin on the floor. 


Half Lord Of The Fishes Pose With Hand In The Back

Take the Sukashana pose, crossing your right knee on the top of the left. Ensure that you bring your hips as well. Lift the right knee and put the right sole on the area outside the left leg. Now put your right hand on the floor outside the right hip for support. Also, see whether your seating posture is even or not. 

Inhale while raising your hand to the top, exhale, and bring it down. Make sure to press your knee and elbow together to create some resistance. Gaze towards the right side, looking past your left shoulder. Repeat on the other side.

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