When people reach their 30s, they discover that their bodies aren’t as agile and flexible as they used to be. In fact, aches and pains start creeping in to the surprise of even the most active lot of individuals. This sudden slow down starts playing on our minds, which in turn begins to reflect on our outer appearance—and even on our precious faces. And with each passing day, people increasingly become displeased with what they see in the mirror, resulting in considerations for invasive procedures like Botox and liposuction.

Why go under the knife when you can retain your youth with a simple, risk-free solution? In fact, it is one that can invigorate not just your skin and body, but your mind too, and lend you the flexibility of a 20-year-old. If you’re not convinced, just give these yoga asanas a go for 30 days, and assess for yourself if it was worth the time and effort you’ve put in.

In all likelihood, you will notice a reduction in the visibility of fine lines, an improved complexion, toned skin and body, and an increase in stamina like never before.

Crow’s Feet, Laugh Lines, Sleep Lines, Wrinkles—Zap Them All!
Facial yoga is the best way to relax your nerve connections and muscles, resulting in a bright and rejuvenated complexion. The number one place our faces give away age is in and around the eyes.
The V By Danielle Collins: An Exercise For your Face
Benefits: Minimizes wrinkles, tones the upper eyelid and decreases puffiness around the eyes.

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Step 1: Place your middle fingers on the inner corners of your eyebrows and press gently.
Step 2: Now, place your index fingers on the outer corners of your eyebrows and press gently.
Step 3: Keep your gaze up towards the sky, and raise the lower part of your eyelid upwards, so that you start squinting, and then relax the area. Do this for six rounds, and conclude by closing your eyes shut tight for a period of 10 seconds.

Skin Tightening
The largest organ in the body, your skin endures more wear and tear than any other, and has seen better days. Losing collagen and elasticity in the skin is an overwhelming concern. We all associate round, plump faces with youth, and the sight of sallow skin and sunken cheeks and jowls can really put a dampener on your spirits.
Get Cheeky With The Art Of Living Exercise
Benefits: Firms up your skin and diminishes the hollowness in your cheeks.

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Step 1: Take a deep inhale through your mouth. Fill your cheeks up with an inhale, to the absolute maximum, and keep it them that way for a few seconds.
Step 2: Release by exhaling through your mouth with control. Repeat 10 times.

Body-licious
Muscle tone and healthy proportions don’t just go a long way in improving your appearance; they also signify good health on the inside. Exercise is an integral part of anti-aging, and yoga is a practice that can be undertaken at all ages, unlike cardio, which is hard on the joints.
Try The Sirsasana, Or Headstand—The King Of Asanas
Benefits: Increases blood circulation to the head, which improves memory, brain function and vitality. It also enhances hair growth, is great for relieving headaches, constipation, insomnia, fatigue, a bad spleen or liver dysfunction. Stimulates the pituitary, pineal, thyroid, and parathyroid glands, strengthens the spine, and restores the positioning of all our vital organs.

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Step 1: If you are a beginner use the support of a wall. Get on all fours, grab your elbows with the opposite hands and place them on your mat.
Step 2: Let go of your elbows and interlace your fingers.
Step 3: Slowly place the crown of your head inside.
Step 4: Now slowly press down on your toes and lift your knees up off the ground, so that your legs are lifted; walk up your feet as close to your face as possible.
Step 5: Now slowly bend your knees and lift the legs up. Keep your abs and butt tight.
Step 6: Once you gain some balance, slightly push your hips forward and toes back. Be sure to keep your breath normal. Hold for a minimum of 10 full breaths and slowly exit.

On an end note, remember that yoga has been practiced for longevity of life and containing of youth for centuries… so why stop now? Sadly, the miracles of yoga are highly underrated. It is a fountain of youth. So go with the flow, find your center, keep calm and say aum!

PS: Here’s your one-stop guide to Yoga Asanas For Weight Loss.
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