these simple yogasana thoroughly to stay fit and get a flab-free
body. These techniques keeps the kidney, liver, digestive
organs, etc, fit, says Dr Surakshit goswami
and incorporate natural food items in your diet.
once a week. If you must eat have fruits or boiled veggies.
walking, try and tuck your belly in and walk tall.
on your stomach. Place your hands, palms facing down, under the
shoulders. Raise your elbows a bit. While inhaling, raise your
torso very slowly, head and chest arching backwards. Keep your
eyes closed and focus your awareness on your back. Keep toes and
heels joined. Hold the position as long as you can, breathing
normally. Return to original position while exhaling and relax.
Repeat 3 times.
Strengthens and increases flexibility of neck and spine; useful
for kidney, liver, ovary, uterus, stomach, lung, heart and
thyroid functioning; counters backache
Caution: Avoid if you are suffering from hernia.
erect, with your feet about a foot apart. Place your hands on
your knees and loosen your belly. Exhale fully, hold your breath
out and pull your stomach in as much as you can, such that it
touches your back. Then loosen and release the stomach. Repeat
this pumping action for as long as you can. Relax and inhale.
This completes one round of the kriya. Do this kriya at least
Removes constipation, dyspepsia, obesity and gas; keeps the
stomach light; benefits all the digestive organs
Caution: If you suffer from peptic ulcers, slip disc or
intestinal swelling, avoid this kriya.
straight and eyes closed. Exhale to maximum capacity through
both nostrils, then inhale with full force through both.
Continue till you feel tired. Begin slowly, then increase your
pace with practice. Maintain a rhythmic pattern of exhaling and
inhaling. Repeat the entire process 2–3 times.
Balances the body’s vata, pitta, kapha; counters constipation,
obesity, asthma, low blood pressure, stress, insomnia
Caution: If you suffer from high B.P, heart problems or
migraines, practice slowly and without excessive force.