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Yoga to Lower High Blood Pressure

Yoga Retreats and TTC in Nepal and India: Yoga in Nepal, yoga teacher training, Retreats and Workshops Varanasi and Everest, Kathmandu Valley with Yogi-Nomad

Yoga attempts to unify the body, mind and spirit and to heal one is to heal all. Yoga makes use of a whole range of stretching positions to align, center and ground the physical body – balancing the mind and relaxing and uplifting the spirit.

The healing power of yoga has been known for centuries and in India, yoga is used to treat many diseases and conditions. Many, many people have achieved a lower blood pressure by using yoga and by adapting to its benefits. 
Yogas power lies in the way it combines body, mind and spirit – synchronizing them to one entity instead of three separate ones. This allows for healing to be received and accepted.

Learning Yoga 
It’s not hard to learn yoga although it may look like it is at first. It’s really more about the state of mind you achieve during the stretches than about the stretches themselves. There are several styles of yoga and all provide the same healing benefits.

If you are a novice who wants to learn yoga for blood pressure treatment then the Hatha Style is best. It’s the commonest in the west and an easy in route for a beginner. Hatha poses are gentle and easy on the body and each class starts with a mediation session. The breathing techniques and patterns used in yoga help to promote relaxation and will lower BP in the process. read more about this here.


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