Wrinkle Exercises – Get rid of the second chin

Wrinkle Exercises – Get rid of the second chin

If you want to get rid of wrinkles from the neck in a natural and safe way and deal with the second chin once and for all – stick these three exercises into your daily yoga session of the face at 200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training in Rishikesh yoga institute in india. All you have to do is exercise 10 minutes every day to feel the effects soon. Remember that proper diet and physical activity will also be helpful – we are all in the end!

  1. Forward!

    Pull the lower part of the lower jaw forward, try to reach it as far as you can, muscles tense all the time. Do you feel how your chin works? That’s great! Hold the exercise for 10 seconds. Repeat three times.

A kiss high in the air!

Put your mouth in a spout the way you would like to give someone a kiss. Feel the muscles around your mouth tighten. Hold and raise your head high up as if you wanted to send a kiss in the air. Feel the strain on your chin and neck now. Hold for 10 seconds and return to starting position.

You can also do this exercise by turning your head to the left and right (each time taking a break in the starting position) so that you can also work on oblique muscles. Repeat 3 times on each page.

Mandible versus finger

Part your lips slightly. Place the index finger of any hand on the lower teeth and try to pull the mandible down firmly, while the mandible strongly pushing the finger up. Hold the exercise for 10 seconds. Relax and repeat the exercise 10 times (if you want of course you can change your arms)

Keep youth with face yoga. Join the Internet PortalYogi Studio and practice face yoga.
By signing up to the Studio you will receive access to a face yoga session with Ula Wilczyńska-Kalak. Cost: PLN 29 per month (we give you a 30 day warranty!). Here are some of the sessions:

A face full of glow – a daily facial yoga session

The power of kisses – exercises for the muscles around the mouth
There is nothing to wrinkle – exercises for forehead muscles
… and many others!

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