Suptavajrasana for Mobilising Joints
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Women suffering from menstrual cramps can also benefit from this Yoga pose as it helps reduce abdominal pain, pelvic strain as well as reduce any burning sensation. This exercise lengthens the thigh muscles and mobilises the joints at the hips, knees and ankles, improving the flexibility around these area greatly. The position of the head also allows it to touch the acupressure point to help alleviate sinusitis problems as well as relieve migraines or headaches.
One should not force himself / herself to form this posture. Be very careful when bending the knees or ankles. If it is too painful, place some towels beneath to aid the formation of this posture. Do not rush. Gradually practice to perfect it.
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Holistic Living Annex (AUGUST 2012)
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