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Nine Asanas For Diabetic Patients

Janu Sirsasana

Janu Sirsasana - In a seated position, one leg is extended with toes pointing upward while the other leg is bent with knee pointing away from the straight leg and the sole of the foot in by the groin.


Shashankasana - or Hare pose: In a sitting position, lower your head to touch the floor. This asana helps stretch the spinal cord and give relief from back pain.


Makarasana - Crocodile pose, is a yogic pose useful for people with back and shoulder problems..

Dhanurasana - Bow Pose: Lie on your stomach and grasp the feet lifting the legs and chest form a bow.

Parivrtta Parsvakonasana -  Revolved side angle pose, is a deep, standing twist that challenges your balance and strengthens your legs and core.


Halasana - Plow pose, The practitioner ies on the floor, lifts the legs, and then places them behind the head.

Ardha Matsyendrasana

Ardha Matsyendrasana - Half spinal twist pose, While sitting, one foot is placed flat on the floor outside the opposite leg and torso twists toward the top leg. The bottom leg may be bent with the foot outside the opposite hip, or extended with toes vertical.

Paschimottanasana - Seated, bend the head down into your lap; those having a difficulty in bending should exercise caution here.

Utthita Parsvakonasana - Extended side angle pose, is a standing pose that involves stretching the legs, knees, hips, and ankles while increasing and enhancing our endurance and stamina.