Careful! These videos have no posture instruction. Be aware of what works for your body. Listen and respect your limitations, allow yourself to become curious in the face of a challenge, and please enjoy the inspirational moves included in all these vids.Yoga for a Healthy Digestive System
1. Yoga for a Healthy Digestive System
Yogic techniques, aim to not only regulate your bowel movements, but also to remove the root cause of constipation, whether it is physical or mental or both.
2. Yoga for Healthy Kidneys
We all know that kidneys play an important role in detoxifying the body and any disturbance in the functioning of the kidneys throws the whole body out of balance. Yoga practice can be an effective cure for kidney problems.
3. Yoga to Cure Asthma
Not being able to breathe efficiently can be debilitating and can deplete us of our life force energy. Asthma has long been considered to be more of a disturbed breathing pattern, than a disease. Samara Chopra indulges in yogic postures that help you to breathe right and avoid asthma.
4. Yoga for Healthy Arms
Samara Chopra shows some yoga asanas to make your arms strong and flexible.
5. Yoga for a Healthy Reproductive System
Join Samara Chopra as she indulges in yogic techniques that seek to harmonize the mind and body including the reproductive system.
6. Yoga for a Happy Stomach
Samara Chopra tells us how yogic techniques are valuable, not only in removing digestive disorders, but also in preventing their recurrence.
7. Yoga to Maintain a Good Posture
Samara Chopra demonstrates asanas that keep your spine supple and aligned, which is essential in maintaining a good posture.
8. Couples Yoga for Harmony
Practicing yoga with your partner can bring harmony and emotional balance as you connect and nurture each other physically.
9. Yoga to Relieve Sciatic Pain
Any inflammation or injury to the sciatic nerves can significantly restrict our movements and cause pain or numbness in the hips, knees or legs. Yoga asanas help in relieving sciatic pain. Please use caution when exploring advanced postures and be sure to warm your body before practice.