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Asthma: Symptoms, Causes & It’s Treatment(yogic approach)

Asthma

Asthma: Symptoms, Causes & It’s Treatment(yogic approach) Asthma is a chronic condition that causes inflammation and narrowing of the bronchial tubes, the passage way that allow air to enter and leave the lungs. There are two types of asthma: Allergic (caused by exposure to an allergen) and Non-allergic (caused by stress, exercise, illnesses like a …

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What is Obesity? Risk factors & It’s Treatment(yogic approach)

What is Obesity? Risk factors & It’s Treatment(yogic approach) One of the most common modern day health issue is Obesity. Obesity is a complicated health condition. Carrying too much weight can have a variety of health consequences, like higher risk for diabetes, heart disease, and osteoarthritis. With the rise of fast food joints, home delivery …

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Virasana Posture

virasana posture The word “vira” is derived from a Sanskrit word meaning “hero” and “asana” meaning “posture” or “seat”. Steps To Be Followed: Sit in vajrasana. Keep your knees together, slowly slide your feet apart keeping them hip width apart. Your toes pointing the wall behind and buttocks on the floor between your feet. Keep your spine straight, pull …

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Supta Padangusthasana Posture

Supta Padangusthasana Posture Supta Padangusthasana the word “supta” is derived from a Sanskrit word meaning “reclining”, “pada” meaning “leg”, “angustha” meaning “big toe” and “asana” meaning “posture” or “seat”. Steps To Be Followed: Lie down on your back with your legs together and hands beside your body. Now lift your right leg straight at 90 degrees. Hold your right toe …

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Supta Baddhakonasana Posture

Supta Baddhakonasana Posture The word “baddha” is derived from Sanskrit word meaning “reclining”, “baddha” meaning from “bound”, “kona” meaning “angle” and “asana” meaning “posture” or “seat”. Steps To Be Followed: Sit with your legs straight, spine straight and your hands beside your body. Adopt namaskara mudra with your feet, get your feet closer to your …

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Ekpada Koundinyasana I Posture

Ekpada Koundinyasana I Posture The word “ek” is derived from a Sanskrit word meaning “one”, “pada” meaning “leg”, “koundinya” is named after the Indian sage “Koundinya” and “asana” meaning “posture”. Steps To Be Followed: Come up in mountain pose. Now get your right leg forward such that the right foot is infront of the right palm, your right calf muscle infront of your …

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Kapotasana Posture

Kapotasana Posture The word “kapota” is derived from a Sanskrit word meaning “pigeon” and “asana” meaning “posture” or “seat”. Steps To Be Followed: Sit in vajrasana. Lift your buttocks of your heels and come up on your knees. Your knees slightly narrower than your hips and your spine straight. Now place your palms on your heels and slowly start …

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Pasasana Posture

Pasasana Posture The word “pasa” is derived from a Sanskrit word meaning “noose”, “tie”, “snare” and “asana” meaning “posture” or “seat”. Steps To Be Followed: Sit with your spine straight and legs together. Bend your knees and lift your hips two inches off the mat. Press your feet firmly on the mat. Now get your right hand to cross …

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Marchiyasana III Posture

MARCHIYASANA III The word “marchiya” is derived from a Sanskrit word meaning “a ray of light” and “asana “meaning “posture” or “seat”. STEPS TO BE FOLLOWED:•Sit with your spine straight and legs stretched infront.•Keep your legs together, your knees straight and toes pointing up towards the ceiling.•Now bend your right knee and get your right …

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