Top 5 Yoga Asanas for Breathing Disorders – Beginners Yoga to Cure Respiratory Problems
Top 5 Yoga Asanas for Breathing Disorders
Purna Ushtra Asana – 00:11
Sapurna Matsya Asana – 02:48
Bala Asana – 04:11
Sharabha Asana – 06:26
Kukkriya Pranayama – 09:20
PRESENTED BY: DR.ANANDA BALAYOGI BHAVANANI OF ANANDA ASHRAM ICYER PONDICHERRY
Purna Ushtra Asana –
Purna Ustrasana by kneeling on the floor or a yoga mat. If your knees are sensitive, kneel on extra padding. Make sure your knees are hip width apart and thighs are perpendicular to the floor. The soles of your feet should face upward, toenails touching the floor. Place your palms on your hips and try to keep your outer hips as soft as possible. Breathe deeply.
Bala Asana (Child Pose) –
Balasana, also known as child’s pose, is a resting pose practiced in the fetal position. The name is derived from the Sanskrit words “bala” and “asana”, which translate to “child” and “pose” respectively. Its main anatomical focus is the thighs, although it is useful in relieving back, shoulder, neck, and hip strain. If performed with an open mind, the full-body, gravitational pull of Balasana is sure to induce users with a great sense of physical, mental and emotional relief.
Sharabha Asana – Lie on your stomach with legs stretched, and feet together, chin resting on the ground. Keep both your hands under the thighs.While inhaling, slowly lift both your legs upwards and stretch as far as possible without bending the knees and toes. Retain this position for some time and then, while exhaling, lower your legs slowly and bring back to the original position.
Kukkriya Asana –
Sit in Vajra Asana with the weight of your body firmly on both heels. Place your palms on the ground infront with your wrists touching your kness and fingers pointing forward. Open your mouth wide and push your tongue out as far as possible. Breathe in and out at a rapid rate with your tongue hanging out of your mouth. After 10 to 15 rounds relax back into vajra asana and feel the blood flow to your abdominal area. Repeat the whole practice three more times..
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