Self-Massage for Constipation

by Melissa West on

Do you suffer from constipation?


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You may be experiencing constipation if you are passing less than 3 stools a week, have lumpy or hard stools, are straining to have a bowel movement, feel as though you can´t completely empty the stool from your rectum or feel as though there is a blockage that is preventing your bowel movements.

Constipation is painful and uncomfortable that is why I am going to show you a super simple self-massage for constipation today.

But first, if you are looking for ongoing support for constipation, I highly recommend our membership community. We have several yoga classes for digestion in our membership community including:

  • Yoga for Digestion
  • Restorative Yoga for Digestion
  • Traditional Chinese Medicine Class for Your Small Intestines
  • And Yoga for Summer which focuses on your Small Intestines

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So let´s get to that self-massage for constipation.

1. Rub your hands together and warm them.
2. Place one hand on top of the other and rub your abdomen in a large circle.
3. Start on the right side and rub in a clockwise circle.
4. This will move the energy in the large intestine and relieve constipation.

That´s it! A super easy self-massage for constipation.

What are your best advice for relieving constipation? Let me know in the comments. If you liked this video, give it a thumbs up. Subscribe and turn on notifications. I put out new videos like this every Wednesday at 9 am PT.

Thanks for watching.

Namaste, Melissa

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