Baba Ramdev Yoga Exercises

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Yoga for New Moms

The initial days after childbirth can be complicated and hard for new moms. One may be trying to get their strength back from episiotomies in addition to the natural physical tiredness of labour pain. After childbirth abdominal muscles have stretched by some inches within their boundaries and now that muscles are trying to regain their strength and pre-pregnancy shape. Normally back and hips are also become tight and inflexible, and sometime psychologically it feels like they are detached from body. Yoga can help to generate a sense of balance and strength as well as generate flexibility and power from the inside out. Yoga helps new moms to make all of their muscles and the organs stronger that are of the extreme importance in the human body.

New moms after childbirth can do following yoga poses for their recovery:

Triangle Pose (Trikonasana), Downward-Facing Dog Pose (Adho Mukha Svanasana), The Son of Brahma Pose (Marichyasana ), Cobra pose (Bhujangasana), Legs-Up-the-Wall Pose (Vipariti Karini)

Downward-Facing Dog Pose (Adho Mukha Svanasana):
This pose extends the spine, the legs, and the whole body; it also relieves depression.
  1. Sit on the ground on your hands and knees.
  2. Keep your hands parallel to shoulder width and spread your fingers and keep your feet parallel to your hip width.
  3. Push your toes in and forward, and bend your hips in the direction of the ceiling. Keep your back, shoulders, and head allied when expand your hips back.
Cobra (Bhujangasana):
It relieves stress and weakness
  1. Lie on your stomach on the ground.
  2. Now extend your toes and make your palms plane and planted at shoulder width. Push your thighs and pelvis into the ground and then breathe in,
  3. Now press your palms on the floor and extend your arms. Expand and allocate the bend equally all over your back.
  4. Finally open the upper back and chest, and make stronger the lower back, inner thighs, and pelvic floor.