Yoga Poses For Diseases


Yoga Poses



Bhujangasana Breathing

Bhujangasana Breathing (Cobra Pose Breathing) is a special yoga practice for stretching out the lower back, muscles and effective in backache relief.

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Bhujangasana (Cobra Pose Yogasana)

The word Bhujang means snake in sanskrit. This posture resembles a serpent with its hood raised.

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Chandra Anuloma Viloma Pranayama

These Pranayama help in clearing of the nasal passages. With regular and long practice, the flow of breath through each of the nostrils becomes smooth and slow. Sit in any meditative posture or any comfortable sitting posture with the head and spine straight. 

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Cooling Pranayama

Place the palms resting on the thighs. Stretch the tongue forward out of the mouth and fold it so as to resemble the beak of a crow. Slowly suck the air through the beak and feel the jet of cool air passing down the trachea into the lungs. Enjoy the Kevala - Kumbhaka (automatic cessation of breath).</

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Crossed Legs Lumbar Stretch

Crossed Legs Lumbar Stretch or spinal stretch is a yoga pose, for treating lower back pain and improving spinal health.

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Cyclic Meditation

Cyclic meditation or Moving meditation is very effective in stress management and for inducing deep sleep.

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Cycling

Slowly raise both legs to 450 and then to 900 position. Then start moving the legs in the air as if you are cycling. Gradually increase the speed. Then change the direction. Slowly stop the practice after 20 rounds in each direction, keeping the legs at 900 position.</

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Dandasana (Initial Sitting Posture)

Sit with both legs stretched and heels together. Place the palms on the floor by the side of the buttocks. Make the spine, neck and head erect. Close the eyes. 

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Deep Relaxation Technique With Folded Legs

Gently move your whole body, make yourself comfortable and relax completely. (Deep Relaxation Technique can be practiced in Makarasana. It can also be practiced being on back with legs folded at the knees and supported by the wall.)

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