Asanas for the balance of the hormonal system

10 minute complex to boost your health.

Yoga not only improves the body and consciousness, but also improves the functioning of internal organs. Practice these 5 asanas to stimulate the production of hormones and normalize their level.


Lie on your stomach. Place your palms under the shoulder joints. Push your hands off the floor, straighten them. The pubic bone should remain on the floor, so the arms may be slightly bent.

Stretch the top of the head. Open the chest, for this lower the shoulders down and take them back. For hyperthyroidism, do not throw your head back.


Lie on your back. Hands on either side of the body. Raise your legs, arms and shoulders at the same time. Stretch your palms to the feet. Do not press your chin to your chest. Avoid overvoltage. Stay for 15 seconds in the asana, then lower the limbs to the floor and rest.

Supta Matsyendrasana

Stay lying on your back. Bend your right leg and pull it toward you. Take your right hand to the side to the level of the shoulder joint. With your left hand, grab the knee of the bent leg and pull it to the floor on the left.

Do not tear your right shoulder off the floor. Stretch your right shoulder and right knee to the floor to improve twisting and stretching of the back muscles. Breathe calmly and relax.

Salamba Sarvangasana

Enter Halasana, place your palms on your back. Try to place your elbows closer to each other. Keep your back perpendicular to the floor and now raise your legs up. The body is a straight line.

Stretch your legs, move your palms closer to the shoulder blades. If breathing is lost, restore it and breathe calmly.


Lie on your back and slightly spread your legs and arms to the sides. The feet fell apart, and palms turned to the ceiling. Breathe slowly, relax. Feel the tension go out of your body.

With an inner gaze, go through the whole body to find the places of the clamps and direct your breath there. Stay in the asana for 5-15 minutes. Do not fall asleep.

Transition from one asana to another smoothly, keep calm breathing. Hold the end position until you feel that you have relaxed enough muscles, stretched or strengthened. If you find it difficult to complete any asana, simplify it or enter Balasana and rest.

Watch the video: Hormonal Balance Yoga practices and asana: Glad Glands open level (April 2020).

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