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Kundalini Yoga Exercises
No: Over hundreds of years, the medical field has tried hundreds of things to cure scoliosis. This has included strengthening exercises, physical therapy, chiropractic care, estim, traction, yoga, pilates, and many other things. Nothing has ever been shown to help. Mild cases don't usually need treatment. Severe cases need surgery. Thank you for your question. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yoga is good: What are your goals? If you are worried about your bone density, then would focus on weight bearing exercise. Yoga is a good exercise in general and definitely activates the muscles as well so would be good for you. Would also consider adding in some light weighttraining as well. ...Read more
With intention: Find a teacher who appeals to your needs, make sure you have stretched well before the practice, don't forget to breathe and be mindful of your limitations while gently pushing yourself to your limit. ...Read more
Muscle length static: Isometric exercises by definition work the contracting muscle with resistance while the muscle maintains a static length. A plank is a great example, whereby you hold a fixed body position by contracting a host of core muscles. Strength and endurance increase measurably with repeated isometric exercises over time. (abdominal core muscles being worked isometric ally to point of fatigue in picture). ...Read more
Can be: Especially on the more extreme levels. I just tell patients, that anything that gets you moving and your heart rate up is great. And it's even better if you love to do it, as that will help you do it consistently. That's one of the keys of exercise, you have to do it consistently! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Instruct first: For the beginner it is helpful to start with an instructor. They are trained to spot and correct problems with your form. Once you become more aware of your body and position and can feel the right way to do the poses then supplementing or replacing with a dvd will provide continued benefit. I would still do occasional classes to keep up to date. ...Read more
No: Yoga is a great routine to connect mental and physical attributes. There are many other exercises that contribute to improved posture. Yoga is not "better than any other exercise". Consider the best routine for your specific body type, mental status, schedule and ease. Make your choice of exercise a part of your routine and stick with it. Enjoy the all the benefits. ...Read more
Not normally: Since kundalini yoga (& other types of yoga/ meditation) have been introduced to the west, some individuals have had significant psychological reactions. It isn't really know if they were practicing the yoga incorrectly or not. Normally yoga/ meditation helps to achieve emotional and spiritual balance. ...Read more
Yoga ; kids: Yoga can start kids early in improving balance, strength, and flexibility. They can learn to calm their stress in a hurry-up world. Kids naturally love to move, and love to play. It's helpful for them to have a non-competitive way to move their bodies, especially for kids who are shy or who feel physically awkward. There are parent-child yoga classes which increase parent-child bonding too. ...Read more
Join a group: Take it from a man -- there's no a single man in this whole world that's worth losing more than one night's peace of mind over. He was the wrong guy. Good riddance. It sounds like you're primed to join a group doing yoga together -- meeting the new people is what will help -- and join several other groups of folks who share your interests. You'll find someone or be happy on your own. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Supermans: Lying on stomach and arching back and hold for 15 seconds ... Chest and knees off ground about 3 inches... Aka supermans.... These help alot. ...Read more
May accomplish same: Results. Regular stretching / flexibility exercises lead to muscle toning and strengthening, improved agility, posture, gait. What yoga adds is specific patterns and positions, and breathing in correct manner, which is crucial to a feeling of well being, allaying anxiety and as a form of relaxation. There r certain yoga positions that may not be right 4 u; so for any of the 3 activities..Training. ...Read more
Is it ok if i can't do some exercises of yoga very correctly?Because of my body's low flexiblity?
Yoga: It is quite normal when you begin yoga exercises to have difficulty with certain poses. Good instructors understand it will take time to increase your flexibility. Be tolerant with yourself and it is quite likely your flexibility will increase as well as your overall health. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I Am just 17 and my hight is 185 cm how can i stop it bcoz its to much. How i do for it any exercise or yoga ?
I don't get yoga as far physical exercise... Spiritually maybe but if it's for your core aren't they're so better ways to do that?
Yes , yoga is not : A physical exercise , on which more emphasis is placed in west , not physical is spiritual , renouncement of desires , reaching higher levels of human intellect , opening of your third eve to looking beyond inside you , now currently just a money making venture most of the times , true yogi will never seek financial benefits .His reward is spreading the message making true yogis ...Read more
Age - 19. Height - 5'0". Weight- 53kg. I want Atleast 3-4 inches more in height. What should I eat? Any exercise and yoga? Please please answer.
Tai chi.............: This is a good replacement with emphasis on balance, flexibility and muscle tone! ...Read more
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