Gentle Training for Body & Mind

Ayurveda and Yoga form a close symbiosis. Yoga exercises (yogaasanas) can be practised as a supplementary expedient to Ayurveda because many ayurvedic treatments uses yogic methods for treating disorders in the human body. The root of Ayurveda and yoga originate from the same philosophical matrix.

Both are based on the ancient holy Sanskrit texts […]

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Yogic Solution – Constipation

Constipation is a condition in which hard, dry, irregular stool that is expelled out with difficulty or having fewer than three evacuations per week.

1. Tadasana [Mountain Pose] /Sthiti for standing posture: Stand erect with feet together, hands by the sides of the body along the thighs.
2. Exhale, raise the hands up while flexing the […]

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Yogic Solution – Hypertension

An elevation of the blood pressure due to the  flow  of blood with greater force than the normal through the  blood vessels that supplies heart, generally defined as a systolic pressure above 140 mm Hg and a diastolic pressure above 90 mm Hg.[140/90 mmHg].

1. Tadasana [ Standing Mountain Pose] /Sthiti for standing posture: Stand erect […]

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Yogic Solution – Acidity

Acidity refers to a set of symptoms caused by an imbalance in acid secreting mechanism, characterised by excessive belching with an unpleasant sour or bitter taste in the mouth; burning sensation in the chest, throat, and stomach along with lack of proper digestion.

a.  Stress reliever:

1. Tadasana [ Mountain Pose] /Sthiti for handing posture : […]

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Yogic Solution – Amenorrhoea

Amenorrhoea is the absence of periods. This is a normal occurrence in girls before puberty, during pregnancy, breast-feeding and following the menopause.

A.Yogic Solution:
* Padmasana               – Lotus Posture
* Paschimotanasana    – Posterior Stretching Posture
* Bhujangasana           – Serpent Posture
* Shalabhasana            – Locust Posture
* Dhanurasana             – Bow Posture
* Sarvangasana            – Shoulder Stand Posture
* Halasana                    – Plough Posture

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