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Top 6 Yoga Poses For Cyclists

If you love cycling, it’s good to add some yoga stretches to your pre and post-biking routine. Yoga alleviates sore muscles, strain, or tension...

5 Yoga Poses To Calm Your Racing Mind

Yoga can become an adequate stress buster and heal your body and mind completely. Some stress-busting poses for your fast-paced mind are as follows: The lotus pose helps to get the blood flowing throughout the body and relaxes the nervous system. The eagle pose helps with maintaining balance and relaxing the tight torso muscles. The cow face pose, the handstand, the tiptoe, and pranayama all help relax the mind.

9 More Yoga Stretches To Help Relieve Hip And Lower Back Pain

1. Supta Matsyendrasana Or Reclined Spinal Twist Pose Start off by lying on the floor and hugging your knees into your chest. Take a deep...

7 Best Yoga Poses For Postnatal Moms

Getting back to shape and bringing in the balance is of utmost importance to post-natal moms. Yoga is the best solution. With emphasis on strengthening the spine, abdominal muscles and increasing stamina; the warrior 2 pose, the plank vinyasa, legs against wall, the rabbit pose, locust pose, Gomukhasana and pelvic tilts, poses greatly enhance the overall health.

Yoga Asanas To Get Pregnant

Are you struggling with fertility issues and trying very hard to get pregnant? Get rid of your stress and do these yoga asanas to conceive in a healthy way. Watch video to know more.

5 Yoga Stretches For Better Hip Mobility And Flexibility

Repeated muscle movements above and below the hip joint make it tight, impairing our overall mobility. Stretching exercises open hip flexors, rotators and inner thighs, relieve lower back and sciatica pain, and improve circulation and overall flexibility. Try these hip-opening asanas: lizard pose, Anjaneyasana, pigeon pose, Gomukhasana and ankle to knee pose.
What is Pelvic Floor Dysfunction?

How To Treat Pelvic Floor Dysfunction?

Pelvic Floor Dysfunction is characterized by urinary and fecal incontinence, sexual dysfunction or pelvic organ prolapse. Treatments include pelvic floor-muscle training, biofeedback, electrogalvanic stimulation, behavioral modification and constipation management. Yoga poses like cow pose and locust pose also work great to strengthen pelvic floor muscles.