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Yoga for Acidity

  • Date Submitted: 04/09/2014 06:19 AM
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Virasana (hero's pose)
It reduces fat around the thighs & calves.
It improves the digestion.

Method-
1)Kneel on the yoga mat,keep back erect.
2)slowly make hips down & rest thembetween the feet .Toes should be pointing backwards.
3)keep back erect.
4)Kep hand resting on the knees.
5)Maintain pose & breathe normally.

Duration & Repeation-
1)Since this asana improves digestion,sit in this asana after having food.
2) Sit for atleast 20 min.
Adho Mukha Virasana (Down facing hero's pose)

Quietens the mind and reduces tension.
It reduces fat around the thighs & calves.

Method--
1) Sit in Virasan.
2) Bend forward and rest on the floor.
3) Touch your forehead to ground.
4) Straighten both hands in front of your head by touching both palms toghether.

Duration and Repetitions-
1) Maintain the pose for 30 to 60 secs.
2) Repeat the pose for 2 times.

Supta badhha konasana (cobbler pose in lying position)

Tranquillizes Mind
Lowers blood pressure

Method-
1)Sit in badhha konasana.
2)Slowly lie on the back so that your back & head touches the floor.
3)With the help of hands hold ankles & pull them up,so that the heels touches anal region.
4)Put both hand below thighs with palm facing to upwards.
5)Try to touch your knees to the floor.
6)Maintain the pose & breath normally
7)Exhale & return to original position.

Duration & repetation-
1)Maintain the pose for upto 60 secs.
2)Repeate it for 2 or 3 times

Janu Shirsasana (Head to knee pose)

Tones complete spine and abdomen.
Reduces strain and stress.

Method-
1) Sit in Dandasana.
2) Bend right knee horizontally, place right foot against the left foot as high as possible.
3) Twist towards left with back straight and bring trunk in line with left leg.
4) Exhale and then bend trunk and arm forward to hold sides of foor of extended leg.
5) Allow the head to touch left knee if possible.
6) Do not force to touch your head to knee.
7) Maintain the pose and breathe normally.
8) Repeat to other...

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