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For good liver

The best postures for the liver are mainly backbends: Bhujangasana (cobra pose) How to do Cobra Pose (Bhujangasana)

Lie on your stomach with your toes flat on the floor and forehead resting on the ground. 1. Keep your legs close together, with your feet and heels lightly touching each other. 2. Place your hands (palms downwards) under your shoulders, keeping your elbows parallel and close to your torso. 3. Taking a deep breath in, slowly lift your head, chest and abdomen while keeping your navel on the floor.

4. Pull your torso back and off the floor with the support of your hands.
Checkpoint: Are you putting equal pressure on both the palms?

5. Keep breathing with awareness, as you curve your spine vertebra by vertebra. If
possible, straighten your arms by arching your back as much as possible; tilt your head back and look up. Checkpoint: Are your shoulders away from your ears? Keep your shoulders relaxed, even if it means bending your elbows. With regular practice, you will be able to deepen the stretch by straightening the elbows. 6. Ensure that your feet are still close together. Keep smiling and breathing. Smiling Cobras! 7. Dont overdo the stretch or overstrain yourself. 8. Breathing out, gently bring your abdomen, chest and head back to the floor.

Dhanurasana (bow pose)

How to do Bow Pose (Dhanurasana)


1. Lie on your stomach with your feet hip-width apart and your arms by the side of your body. 2. Fold your knees and hold your ankles. 3. Breathing in, lift your chest off the ground and pull your legs up and back. 4. Look straight ahead with a smile on your face. Curve your lips to match the curve of your body! 5. Keep the pose stable while paying attention to your breath. Your body is now taut as a bow. 6. Continue to take long deep breaths as you relax in this pose. But dont get carried away! Do not overdo the stretch. 7. After 15 -20 seconds, as you exhale, gently bring your legs and chest to the ground. Release the ankles and relax.

Chakrasana (wheel pose) Matsyendrasana (spinal twist)

Howto do Sittinghalf spinaltwist (ArdhaMatsyendrasana)


1. Sit up with the legs stretched out straight in front of you, keeping the feet together and the spine erect. 2. Bend the left leg and place the heal of the left foot beside the right hip (optionally, you can keep the left leg straight). 3. Take the right leg over the left knee. 4. Place the left hand on the right knee and the right hand behind you.

5. Twist the waist, shoulders and neck in this sequence to the right and look over the right shoulder. 6. Keep the spine erect. 7. Hold and continue with gentle long breaths in and out.

For thyroid gland


Sarvangasana (shoulder stand) Matsyasana (fish pose)

Objective: To ease tension and improve spinal flexibility.


STEP 1 - ON YOUR BACK

Assume the Corpse Pose and, when you are ready, begin to come into the fish. Stay flat on your back, and bring your feet together. With your arms straight by your sides, lay your palms on the floor, then tuck your hands in underneath your buttocks. Starting Pose: Prepare yourself for this asana by relaxing in the Corpse Pose for as long as you need.
STEP 2 - HEAD BACK

Having arched your spine, tilt your head so that your crown rests on the ground. Hold for 30 seconds. To come out of the Fish, slide your head back and then lower your chest. To finish, relax by lying in the Corpse. Chest Lift: Press your elbows down on the floor, inhale, and arch your chest upward as far as you can.
FISH VARIATIONS

Try this variation if you are flexible enough. In the Easy Pose, clasp your toes. Lie back, arch up, and rest your buttocks on your heels. Lay the top of your head on the floor.

Knees Bent - Sit cross-legged, then put your arms down behind your knees and catch hold of your toes.

Fish in Lotus - This pose is an advanced variation on the ordinary Fish. It is similar to the Easy Pose variation shown above, except that it begins with the Lotus. Practitioners of yoga use this variation for staying afloat in water. The Fish in Lotus pose should not be attempted by beginners, or even by more experienced yoga students, until the full Lotus position can be held comfortably for a long period of time.

Too maintain ph balance


Some of the best postures to increase alkalinity are: Paschimottanasana (seated forward bend)

Janushirasana (head to knee pose)

For sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous system


Savasana (corpse pose)

Viparita Karani (legs up the wall)

To creat internal heat


Paschimottanasana (seated forward bend) Anjaneyasana (lunge)

In both postures, the head must draw downward actively.

To strengthen muscle
Some great postures for this are: Bakasana (crane) Pincha Mayurasana (feathered peacock) Tolasana (scale pose) Chaturanga (plank)

Clean colon
Utks'epa Mudra (bellows pose) to be done first thing in the morning upon waking Agnisara Mudra (fire pose) Some advanced ones are: Mayurasana (peacock pose) Nauli kriya