Yoga can be useful for specific physical problems. While not intended to replace medical advice, the information here may be helpful.
Yoga as Therapy
Yoga can be soothing and healing to a troubled psyche and is often used as a form of therapy. However, yoga therapy can deal with more specific physical ailments and conditions helping to relieve or alleviate symptoms.
Yoga for Arthritis
Need to exercise but have arthritis? Yoga is an excellent choice. Medical science confirms what the yoga community has always known: yoga is good for both body and soul.
Yoga for Colds & Flu
The winter tends to bring many viruses and germs that are most unwelcome. Here I offer some tips and ideas for yoga asanas and dietary changes that may assist in alleviating the symptoms of the cold/flu whilst encouraging a faster recovery time.
Yoga for Respiratory Issues
Having breathing issues? Yoga can help!
Yoga for Weight Loss?
Does yoga help with weight loss? The scientific evidence is mixed. However, yoga can and does help with factors relating to weight loss. Here is one argument for yoga and other gentle forms of exercise as aids in the movement towards health.
Yoga for Your Heart
The value of Yoga for heart health is undisputable. Yoga can help as an excellent activity to prevent or even reverse heart disease. Not only are the poses beneficial but the calmness and relaxation from yoga reduces stress. Stress is a major factor in heart disease.
Yoga Relieves Back Pain
Over 65 million suffer from low back pain and it is one of the most common causes of chronic disability in the world today. There are many different reasons for this pain and Yoga is an alternative, natural way to relieve back pain and perhaps even prevent it.
Yoga Sequence To Prevent Disease Yoga Homepage | Editor's Picks Articles | Top Ten Articles | Yoga Site Map
Kundalini Kriyas are sequences that help with specific conditions. When this kriya is practiced regularly, it helps to prevent disease. Regular practice can also increase flexibility and assist with digestion.
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