Yoga Asanas For Mothers For A Healthy Life(2023)


Here are 4 yoga asanas all mothers can do to boost their health:

1. Padahastasana
  • Begin by standing in Samasthithi.
  • Exhale and gently bend your upper body, dropping your head and keeping your shoulders and neck relaxed.
  • Bring your trunk closer to the legs. Try to touch the knees with the forehead.
  • When you are bending forward, attempt to move your torso from the hip joints, instead of the waist.
  • Place the palms on either side of feet.
  • Try to keep the legs and knees straight throughout the practice. If you are a beginner, you may have to bend your knees slightly to accomplish this.
  • With practice, slowly straighten your knees and try to touch your chest to  your thighs.
  • Hold this asana for a while.
    2. Baddha Konasana
  • Begin by getting into the Dandasana.
  • Fold your legs and bring the soles of your feet together.
  • Pull your heels closer to your pelvis.
  • Gently push your knees down.
  • Empty all the air from your stomach, lean your upper body forward and place your forehead on the floor.
3. Kaliasana
  • Sit into a deep, low squat. Spread your feet wide and toes pointing at an outward angle.
  • The back should be kept straight.
  • Lift up your arms, bringing them parallel to your shoulders.
  • Bend them at the elbow and open your palms up to the sky.
4. Murcha Pranayam
  • Sit in any comfortable pose (such as Sukhasan, Ardhapadmasan or Padmasana).
  • Straighten your back and close your eyes.
  • Place your palms on your knees in Prapthi Mudra.
  • Bend your head forward and reach your chin towards your chest.
  • Inhale through your nose and fill your lungs with air.
  • Lift your head, take it behind and rest your head on your shoulders.
  • Open your mouth without breathing out.
  • Retain your breath for as long as possible.
  • After you have held the breath for a while, close your mouth, bend your head  forward, reach your chin towards your chest and breathe out.

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