Yoga Poses For Diseases


Yoga Poses



Abdominal Breathing or Diaphragmatic Breathing (Adhama)

This is a preparatory breathing practice for doing Pranayama. It chiefly corrects the breathing pattern and increases the vital capacity of the lung.

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Ankle Stretch Breathing

Ankle stretch yoga is a breathing exercise for ankle mobility and flexibility. This pranayama technique is effective in strengthening foot and supporting weak ankles.

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Ardha Chakrasana (Yogasana)

Support the back at the waist by the palms, fingers pointing forwards. Inhale and bend backwards from the lumbar region. Drop the head backwards, stretching the muscles of the neck. Maintain for a minute with normal breathing. Return to Sthiti. Relax in Tadasana.

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Ardhakati Chakrasana (Yogasana)

While inhaling, slowly raise the right arm sideways up. At the horizontal level turn the palm upwards. Continue to raise the arm with deep inhalation vertically until the biceps touches the right ear, palm facing left side.

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Ardha Matsyendrasana (Yogasana)

Ardha Matsyendrasana (Half Lord Of The Fishes Pose Yoga, Half Spinal Twist Pose) is a yoga asana to revitalize liver, pancreas; improve digestive system and for toning spinal nerves and ligaments.

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Ardha Salabhasana Breathing

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Asvini Mudra

Asvini Mudra is also called Horse-Anus Gesture. Mudra is a specific body position, which channelized the energy produced by asana and Pranayama into the various centers.

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Baddha Konasana (Bound Angle Pose)

Bound Angle pose, also known as baddha konasana, is a therapeutic hip and groin opener that can also enhance your fertility. This pose is also popularly known as the Butterfly Pose because of the movement of the legs during the posture, giving the appearance of a butterfly flapping its wi

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Bhramari Pranayama

Preparatary pracices of M - kara and N - kara: In order to chant M - kara, you can chant word ending with 'M' such as 'OM', 'Mum', 'Swim' etc but stretch the 'M' part only. This will result in 'M-kara' chanting.

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