Pregnancy Yoga Breathing Techniques

A calming and short breathing exercise to connect with your growing baby, ground your body and relax the nervous system. Deep breathing helps to maximise the amount of oxygen you take in, which is good for you and your growing baby, especially because a pregnant woman usually takes shallow quick breaths which may not give the body ample time to uti...

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Shoulder Openers

The shoulders are very important, and often neglected, parts of your body. Your shoulders help you with everyday tasks, they help you reach for objects, lift objects and they also help you perform exercises. Tight shoulders can be caused by several factors, including age. ... Weak muscles, poor posture, and incorrect alignment. Yoga chest opener...

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Yoga for diabetes

Yoga can do more than just relax your body in mind . Certain poses may help lower blood pressure and blood sugar levels while also improving circulation, leading many experts to recommend yoga for diabetes management. Regular practice may even help reduce your risk for other complications of diabetes, such as heart disease.Purva Kaushal for www...

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Breath Management in Yoga

The role of breath is very important in the practice of Yoga.The breath is Prana or vital force. Our body requirements of oxygen or pranic energy are changing depending on our actions. If we exercise then more oxygen is required so breathing becomes faster and with force but if we are relaxing then this need of vital energy is lower and the breathi...

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