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Yoga For Blood Pressure – The Various Asanas For Blood Pressure
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Yoga For Blood Pressure – The Various Asanas For Blood Pressure

with Aditi Gowitrikar, Avneesh Tiwari, Mukul Dev
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Hosts Aditi Gowitrikar and Mukul Dev introduce you to an array of activities for physical and mental strength. The Let Go Yoga series has been created by Yogacharya Avneesh Tiwari after a research of 40 years. Tadasna -Stand straight on the groundwith yoru feet apart from each other. Keep your back and head straight and rest your hands on the sides. Now lift both your hands, let the arms touch your ears. After few seconds get your hands down slowly to your sides. Benefits – Cures back pain and strengthens it. Triyaktadasana – Stand straight on the ground with your feet apart from each other. Keep your back and head straight and rest your hands on the sides. Now lift both your hands, let the arms touch your ears. Slowly breathe in and bend sideways towards the right, bend as much as you can and be in that position for about 7 seconds. Come back to the top and later bend to your left and be in that position for about 7 seconds. Repeat this regularly. Benefits -Removes Kidney Problems. Katichakrasan – Stand straight on the ground with your feet apart from each other. Spread your arms out straight from your shoulders, and turning to your left put your right hand on your left shoulder and left hand behind your back. Twist your body from the back. Repeat the same twisting your body on the other side. Benefits -Tones abs and arms. Paschimottanasana – Sit with your legs spread out in front of you and keep them together. Bend forward and clasp your hands behind your feet and slowly bring your hands down parallel to your body. Bend your torso forward and touch your head to your knees. Release your hands and straighten your body with your arms. Benefits -Cleanses your system. Bhujangasana – Lie on the floor upside down. Keep your legs together with your toes stretched backwards. Keep the palms near your chest and bend your head and the back upwards in a coverage position. At the same time curl your legs and bring it near your bent head. Benefits -Strengthens back muscles and makes spine strong. Pranayam – This mudra is formed by sitting in cross legged position. Hold your breath and close the right nostril with your thumb and inhale deeply through the other. Repeat the same with the other nostril. Benefits -Clams your mind and cleanses your system. Bhastrika Pranayam – This mudra is formed by sitting in lotus position. Inhale and exhale deeply. Breath in and out fast. Benefits -Relaxes muscles, lungs and arboli. To know more of how to perform and what are the benifts of these asanas please watch this video.

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