lose butt fat

Have you wanted to possess a perfectly toned and well-proportioned butt? Well, the ancient art of yoga shall do the trick for you.  No, it won’t work as a magic but would need you to be regular and consistent with your yoga practice as also some control on your diet.

Here are 5 yoga asanas that will challenge your backside.


  • Highly beneficial for your ‘arse’, the pose resembles with that of Lord Shiva in his dancing avatar and thus getting the name the Lord of dancing pose.
  • It must be practiced on an empty stomach for best results or 5-6 hours after the last meal.
  • This posture aids in opening up hip flexors.


Ardha Chandrasana

  • Also known as the half-moon pose, helps in transferring lunar energy from the atmosphere to your body.
  • It is a beginner’s level asana and the pose should be held for 15-20 seconds ideally.
  • It improves concentration level and digestion apart from making the butts toned and round.


  • The English name for this asana is the triangle pose as the body posture resembles a triangle at the time of practicing it.
  • This pose requires the eyes to be open, unlike most of the other asanas, to keep body balance.
  • It strengthens and removes fat from waist, hips, and thighs with the additional benefit of maintaining blood sugar level.


  • The pose resembles a crescent moon and is known to give a great stretch to the hops strengthening its muscles.
  • Get your body in a lunging position with both hands up stretched backward and eyes closed. Try to hold it for 15-30 seconds.
  • It is a basic level Vinyasa Yoga asana.


  • Salabhasana or the locust pose requires the body to balance itself on the abdomen area. The pose looks simple however it is actually challenging for the body.
  • It strengthens, lengthens and relaxes gluteus maximus, hip abductors, hamstrings, and calves.
  • Avoid this pose in case of a migraine and spinal injury.

Now get your sassy yoga pants on and workout for those desirable buttocks with these yoga asanas.








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