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So We Have Different Asanas which can Help You to Control Asthma.

Konasan

  • Stand straight with feet about hip width distance apart and arms alongside the body.
  • Breathe in and raise the left arm up so that the fingers point towards the ceiling.
  • Breathe out and bend to the right, first from the spine, and then move your pelvis to the left and bend little more. Keep your left arm pointing up.
  • Turn your head to look up at the left palm. Straighten the elbows.
  • Breathing in, straighten your body back up.
  • Breathing out, bring the left arm down.
  • Repeat with the right arm.

Gormukhasana

 

  • Sit on the floor in Dandasana position or the staff pose.
  • Bend on your knees and place your feet on the floor.
  • Now you have to slip your left foot under your right knee in such a way that it is placed outside the right hip.
  • After that, you have to place your right foot on top of your left leg. When you do this step, make sure that your right knee is placed exactly on top of your left knee.
  • Now your right foot will automatically come near your left hip.
  • Now bend your hands from the elbow backwards and stretch it in upward direction. Place it in such a manner that the palm of your left hand is placed behind your back and exactly below the neck.
  • Now, lower your right hand and bend it from the elbow. Now try to catch your left hand with your right palm from behind your back.
  • Keep your spine straight. Do not bend it. Do not strain your hands, shoulder or legs.
  • Remain steady in this position for 30 seconds and then release.
  • Repeat this activity 10 times every day.
  • Remember, whenever you practice any yoga asana, do not forget to inhale and exhale. Breathing is very important when you practice asana.Paschimottanasana

  • Sit down straight with your legs together by stretching in front of you. Keep your  head neck and spine erect.
  • Place the palms on your respective knees.
  • Now bend your head and trunk slowly forward to catch the toes with the thumb, index and middle fingers without bending knees.
  • Take a deep breath and exhale slowly. Try to touch your head to your both knees as shown in above image.
  • Bend the arm and try to touch the elbow on the floor.
  • Exhale completely and holding out your breath stay in this posture for a few seconds.
  • After few seconds slowly return to your starting position.
  • breathe normally.
  • Repeat this for 3-4 times.Janushirsana

  • Sit down on the floor and spread your left leg straightly don’t bend your knees. You shouldn’t bend the spine and heel must be placed on the floor and the fingers must face upward.
  • Fold your right leg inside; right leg’s heel should touch the left leg’s thigh or the sexual organ
  • Folded right leg and stretched left leg will be looking like an English letter  ‘L‘. Hold the left leg’s feet by the two hands lift your head. Then touch the left leg’s knee by the head. In this pose exhale the breath don’t inhale.
  • Gradually inhale and lift your head. At that time your hands should hold the feet. Then bow your head and exhale. Likewise make straight your right leg and fold your left leg. Then do the asana, exhale at the time of touching the knee and inhale while bringing your head upward.
  • Somebody will bend the knees, while bringing their head down. This is wrong. It is difficult at the starting stage but your head should be come downward, you shouldn’t bend the knees, it should be straight.Halasana

  • Lie on your back with your arms beside you, palms downwards.
  • As you inhale, use your abdominal muscles to lift your feet off the floor, raising your legs vertically at a 90 degree angle.
  • Continue to breathe normally and supporting your hips and back with your hands, lift them off the ground.
  • Allow your legs to sweep in a 180 degree angle over your head till your toes touch the floor. Your back should be perpendicular to the floor. This may be difficult initially, but make an attempt for a few seconds.
  • Tip: Do this slowly and gently. Ensure that you do not strain your neck or push it into the ground.
  • Hold this pose and let your body relax more and more with each steady breath.
  • After about a minute (a few seconds for beginners) of resting in this pose, you may gently bring your legs down on exhalation.
  • Tip: Avoid jerking your body, while bringing the legs downSarvangasana

  • Lie on your back. With one movement, lift your legs, buttocks and back so that you come up high on your shoulders. Support your back with the hands.
  • Move your elbows closer towards each other, and move your hands along your back, creeping up towards the shoulder blades. Keep straightening the legs and spine by pressing the elbows down to the floor and hands into the back. Your weight should be supported on your shoulders and upper arms, and not on your head and neck.
  • Keep the legs firm. Lift your heels higher as though you are putting a footprint on the ceiling. Bring the big toes straight over the nose. Now point the toes up. Pay attention to your neck. Do not press the neck into the floor. Instead keep the neck strong with a feeling of tightening the neck muscles slightly. Press your sternum toward the chin. If you feel any strain in the neck, come out of the posture.
  • Keep breathing deeply and stay in the posture for 30-60 seconds.
  • To come out of the posture, lower the knees to forehead. Bring your hands to the floor, palms facing down. Without lifting the head slowly bring your spine down, vertebra by vertebra, completely to the floor. Lower the legs to the floor. Relax for a minimum of 60 seconds.

Baddhakonsana

  • Sit with your legs straight out in front of you, raising your pelvis on a blanket if your hips or groins are tight. Exhale, bend your knees, pull your heels toward your pelvis, then drop your knees out to the sides and press the soles of your feet together.
  • Bring your heels as close to your pelvis as you comfortably can. With the first and second finger and thumb, grasp the big toe of each foot. Always keep the outer edges of the feet firmly on the floor. If it isn’t possible to hold the toes, clasp each hand around the same-side ankle or shin.
  • Sit so that the pubis in front and the tailbone in back are equidistant from the floor. The perineum then will be approximately parallel to the floor and the pelvis in a neutral position. Firm the sacrum and shoulder blades against the back and lengthen the front torso through the top of the sternum.
  • Never force your knees down. Instead release the heads of the thigh bones toward the floor. When this action leads, the knees follow.
  • Stay in this pose anywhere from 1 to 5 minutes. Then inhale, lift your knees away from the floor, and extend the legs back to their original position.Dandasana

  • Press the sitting bones in the floor and point the crown of your head to the ceiling to lengthen and straighten the spine.
  • Flexing your feet, press out through your heels.
  • Keep your palms on the floor adjacent to your hips for supporting your spine and relaxing your shoulders down. Keep your torso straight but relaxed.
  • Ground your lower half firmly to the floor by relaxing the legs.
  • Remain in this pose for 20 to 30 seconds.Viparita Kanni

  • If you are practicing the supported version, set a bolster or firm, long pillow on the floor against the wall.
  • Begin the pose by sitting with your left side against the wall. Your lower back should rest against the bolster, if you’re using one.
  • Gently turn your body to the left and bring your legs up onto the wall. If you are using a bolster, shift your lower back onto the bolster before bringing your legs up the wall. Use your hands for balance as you shift your weight.
  • Lower your back to the floor and lie down. Rest your shoulders and head on the floor.
  • Shift your weight from side-to-side and scoot your buttocks close to the wall. Let your arms rest open at your sides, palms facing up. If you’re using a bolster, your lower back should now be fully supported by it.
  • Let the heads of your thigh bones (the part of the bone that connects in the hip socket) release and relax, dropping toward the back of your pelvis.
  • Close your eyes. Hold for 5-10 minutes, breathing with awareness.
  • To release, slowly push yourself away from the wall and slide your legs down to the right side. Use your hands to help press yourself back up into a seated position.ArdhaChandrasan

  • Stand in a straight position with your feet resting on the ground.
  • Now, place your body in Trikonasana position. Here, your left hand should be placed on your left buttock and your right hand should touch the right foot.
  • Here, your hand and your shoulder should be in a straight line. You can align your body in that way by moving a little forward.
  • Now, lift up your right hand and place it a little away from your right foot. It should not be too far away.
  • After this, keep your right leg straight. It should not be bent from the knee.
  • Try to lift up your left leg up in the air in a 90 degree angle. It should be in a straight line with your head.
  • Now, lift up your left hand up in the air in a straight line with your right hand.
  • Look in the upward direction towards your left hand.Adomukha Svanasana

  • Come onto your fours. Form a table such that your back forms the table top and your hands and feet form the legs of the table.
  • As you breath out lift the hips up, straightening the knees and elbows, form an inverted V-shape with the body.
  • Hands are shoulder width apart, feet are hip width apart and parallel to each other. Toes point straight ahead.
  • Press your hands into the ground. Widen through the shoulder blades. Keep the neck lengthened by touching the ears to the inner arms.
  • Hold the downward dog pose and take long deep breaths. Look towards the navel.
  • Exhale. Bend the knees, return to table pose. Relax.Uttanasana
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  • Begin in Mountain Pose (Tadasana), with your hands on your hips.
  • Exhale as you bend forward at the hips, lengthening the front of your torso.
  • Bend your elbows and hold on to each elbow with the opposite hand. Let the crown of your head hang down. Press your heels into the floor as you lift your sit bones toward the ceiling. Turn the tops of your thighs slightly inward. Do not lock your knees.
  • If you can keep the front of your torso long and your knees straight, place your palms or fingertips on the floor beside your feet. Bring your fingertips in line with your toes and press your palms on the mat. Those with more flexibility can place their palms on the backs of their ankles.
  • Engage your quadriceps (the front thigh muscles) and draw them up toward the ceiling. The more you engage your quadriceps, the more your hamstrings (the rear thigh muscles) will release.
  • Bring your weight to the balls of your feet. Keep your hips aligned over your ankles.
  • Slightly lift and lengthen your torso with each inhalation. Release deeper into the pose with each exhalation. Let your head hang.
  • Hold the pose for up to one minute. To release, place your hands on your hips. Draw down through your tailbone and keep your back flat as you inhale and return to Tadasana. Repeat 5-10 times. Those practicing Sun Salutations should move directly from Uttanasana into Half Standing Forward Fold (Ardha Uttanasana).Prasarita Padottanasana

  • Begin in Mountain Pose (Tadasana). Bring your hands to your hips. Turn to the left and step your feet wide apart. Turn your toes slightly in and your heels slightly out so the edges of your feet are parallel to the edges of your mat. Align your heels.
  • Inhale and lengthen your torso, reaching the crown of your head up toward the ceiling. Exhaling, fold forward at the hips. Keep the front of your torso long. Drop your head and gaze softly behind you.
  • Bring your hands to rest on the floor between your legs. Keep your elbows bent and pointing behind you. If your hands do not come to the floor, rest them on yoga blocks.
  • Shift your weight slightly forward onto the balls of your feet.
  • Keep your hips aligned with your ankles, then walk your hands back even further. Work toward bringing your fingers in line with your toes (and eventually with your heels), and bringing your elbows directly above your wrists.
  • Strongly engage your quadriceps and draw them up toward the ceiling.
  • Lengthen your spine on your inhalations and fold deeper on your exhalations.
  • Bring the crown of your head down further, resting it on the floor if possible.
  • Hold for up to one minute. To release, bring your hands to your hips. Press firmly through your feet and inhale to lift your torso with a flat back. Step your feet together and return to Mountain Pose.Upavista Konasana

  • Sit in Dandasana (Staff Pose), then lean your torso back slightly on your hands and lift and open your legs to an angle of about 90 degrees (the legs should form an approximate right angle, with the pubis at the apex). Press your hands against the floor and slide your buttocks forward, widening the legs another 10 to 20 degrees. As with Dandasana, if you can’not sit comfortably on the floor, raise your buttocks on a folded blanket.
  • Rotate your thighs outwardly, pinning the outer thighs against the floor, so that the knee caps point straight up toward the ceiling. Reach out through your heels and stretch your soles, pressing though the balls of the feet.
  • With your thigh bones pressed heavily into the floor and your knee caps pointing up at the ceiling, walk your hands forward between your legs. Keep your arms long. As with all forward bends, the emphasis is on moving from the hip joints and maintaining the length of the front torso. As soon as you find yourself bending from the waist, stop, re-establish the length from the pubis to the navel, and continue forward if possible.
  • Increase the forward bend on each exhalation until you feel a comfortable stretch in the backs of your legs. Stay in the pose 1 minute or longer. Then come up on an inhalation with a long front torso.Supta Baddhakonasa

  • Lie supine on the floor. Bend your knees and place your feet together flat on the ground. Slide your heels comfortably close to the groins.
  • Press your palms down into the floor beside your hips. As you exhale, contract your abdominal muscles and move your tailbone under and towards the pubic bone. Feel how the pelvic tilt has lengthened your lower back and stabilizes the spine. Maintain this pelvic tilt.
  • With the next exhale, slowly allow your knees to naturally open and float towards the ground creating a stretch across the inner thighs and groin. If you feel discomfort in your knees, back, or groin or you feel the stretch is too deep, perform the supported version suggested in Modifications & Variations. Place the soles of your feet together as the outer edge of feet rest on the ground. Try to keep the heels close to your groins.
  • Maintain the slight pelvic tilt to keep awareness to your lower back and to prevent your lower spine from moving into a forceful arch. Relax your shoulders after spreading the shoulder blades and moving your shoulders down and away from your neck. Place your arms 45 degrees away from your torso with the palms turned up.
  • To settle into the pose, you may use your hands to slightly rotate your thighs externally (outwards) to create the effect that the inner groins are descending into the pelvis.
  • Another way to visualize this is having the back of your pelvis spread while the hip points or front pelvis narrows. Resist any desire to force your knees toward the floor. Instead, allow your knees to float or hover and set your focus on relaxing your groins deep into your pelvis. As your groins release toward the floor, so will your knees descend.
  • Hold the pose unsupported for 30 seconds to 1 minute breathing slow and fully into the belly. If supported with cushions or blankets, comfortably hold the pose for 2 to 5 minutes.
  • To exit, exhale and contract your abdominal. Gently press your lower back into floor as you hold onto the outside of the thighs with your hands. As you inhale, use your hands to press your knees up and together. Once the knees are together, lift the feet and circle the knees in one direction several times and then circle the in the other direction. This will send a massaging motion in the hip joints and into the back of the pelvis through the sacra region. Then, hug the knees into the chest and rock side to side.These all Asanas have to do Under supervision of Yoga Teacher.

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