Uttana Shishosana (Extended Puppy Pose) is especially useful for stretching the belly to relieve cramps after a large meal.
Setu Bandha Saravangasana (Bridge Pose) is a great backbend for compressing the digestive organs, while simultaneously delivering fresh blood to the heart and relieving any fatigue that may be caused by poor digestion.
Supta Jaṭhara Parivartānāsana (Reclining Twist) Rinse your internal organs and restore energy with a cleansing reclining twist. A fantastic “Refresh”
button for your body! Twisting alternately squeezes and stretches the entire contents of the torso—muscles, nerves, glands, and organs—from the pelvis all the way up through the neck. Cleansing the body from head to toe.
Hold for 1 to 2 minutes. Repeat on the other side.
Marjaryasana-Bitilasana (Cat-Cow) Breathing deeply in these poses will massage your organs as you alternately compress and lengthen the intestines, bringing fresh blood to the epithelial cells, which are responsible for healthy gut function.
Parivrtta Trikonasana (Revolved Triangle Pose) Release your left hand to the earth and level your hips by dropping the left hip down in line with your right. Keep your legs stable and strong as you lift your right arm with the palm facing away from your body. By compressing and subsequently releasing the colon in this pose, you will stimulate the movement of accumulated toxins trapped in the body.