6 – Shoulder Stand
Shoulder stand is an inversion works which helps improving digestion, increasing strength, balancing thyroid levels, boosting metabolism, improving the respiratory system, strengthening the upper body, legs and abs, as well as helping better sleep. If you practise this pose daily, you’ll not only feel like but become a whole new person.
7 – Bridge
Bridge pose is the pose in which you reach your chest toward your chin gently massages the thyroid gland to produce metabolism-regulating hormone. The excersise is great for the thyroid, glutes, and weight loss. The pose also help tone muscles by pressing down with the feet while engaging the thighs and back end. It also helps stimulate the abdominal organs to keep your digestion happy.
8 – Twisted Chair
Twisted chair is an intense yoga’s version of a squat which affects the quads, the muscles, the glutes, and the abs. The twisting also helps the digestive and the lymph system to run smoothly and eventually loose belly fat.
9 – Bow
It is a fast way to burn belly fat by massaging the abdominal organs to improve digestion, as well as strengthening the thighs, chest and back.
To get the most out of the pose, you can pull your hands and feet in opposite directions until only your abdomen and pelvis are touching the floor.
10 – Sun Salutations
People might think Sun Salutations is a simple exercise used to ease into more intense practice but it actually does much more by slowly stretching and warming up the muscles, getting the blood flowing and so much more.
Sun Salutations also build internal heat while stretching and toning major muscles which can help trim the waist, tone the arms, balance the metabolism, stimulate the digestive system and loose weight.
These are just some of the yoga postures that can aid in weight loss process. You can combine all these into one session ti get highest effectiveness. However, you should also take into account of changing your diet and a healthy lifestyle as it is the best and most sustainable way to achieve your desired.