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How To Use Yoga To Maximize Curl Growth

by Chelsea Castonguay
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Are you struggling to grow your curls? If so, you might want to consider adding some yoga to your routine! It may sound kind of out there, but yoga has tons of amazing benefits. It's great for relaxing, building strength, and helping with circulation. If you're experiencing slugging curl growth, then it could be partially because you need to help your circulation improve. This is how to use yoga to maximize curl growth. Give these poses a try, and let us know if it helps your growth.

Adho Mukha Svanasana (Downward Facing Dog Pose):

This classic yoga pose is often recommended to release lower back tension and help elongate the spine. This pose is easy for even beginner practitioners, and is most effective when performed first thing in the morning. Hold the post for 1-3 minutes, allowing the circulation to your scalp to increase. Additionally, this pose helps strengthen the neck, improves digestion, and is soothing to the mind.

Sarvangasana (Shoulder Stand Pose):

This is another pose that's best performed in the morning before you've eaten. It's known as a “Queen of asanas”, as it's a powerful pose that can translate into other positions. It helps improve circulation, as well as increases oxygen. This position is also great for reliving stress, which can help minimize curl loss and facilitate growth. Finally, this position is great for those who struggle with a sluggish metabolism.

Vajrasana (Adamintine Pose):

Unlike the first two poses, this one is best performed after eating a meal. It's also known as the Diamond pose, which means it's a strengthening pose. This post helps soothe the nervous system, combats weight gain, and helps increase circulation, which helps curls grow. It also helps keep your mind relaxed, and alleviates stress. When you have less stress, your hair will grow more efficiently.

 Bhastirka Pranayama (Bellows Breath):

This position is fabulous for calming, and deep breathing. The deep breaths help slow, and regulate your nervous system, as well as helps slow down circulation as well. When your system receives a lot of extra oxygen, it helps purify the blood. This means your strands will be able to grow much more effectively.

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