Yoga – Balasan Yoga relieves pain in the shoulders, back and neck

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Balasan Yoga relieves shoulder, back and neck pain. The word Baal comes from the Sanskrit language and means child. Asana, on the other hand, means sitting. In this way the common meaning of these two is a childlike sitting posture. Anita Vishwakarma, a yoga teacher, said that in Balasan the body takes the same position as the child in the womb. It is a relaxation pose that calms the mind, relieves stress, and creates a stretch in the hips, thighs, and legs. Also beneficial for muscle pain and is also beneficial for pregnant women.
do asanas like this
Keep your spine straight while sitting in Vajrasana.
Raise both hands as you inhale.
Lean forward as you exhale. Keep your hands straight and keep your head on the floor
Remain in this position for about 30 seconds to a few minutes.
Then return to the vajrasana posture.
Anupam does his duty by leaving two young children alone
Anupam Yadav, a resident of Moradabad district, had joined the ANM position at Pilibhit in 2019. During this time, its duty was imposed on the Amaria Bloc. After the corona infection spread, it was initially their duty to draw up a list of the villagers coming from outside. Here he was brought to the trauma center for vaccination after the vaccination had started. Anupam has two young children, but to do her duty she continues to work, leaving her children alone. In addition to vaccination, it also motivates people to get vaccinated.

Balasan Yoga relieves shoulder, back and neck pain. The word Baal comes from the Sanskrit language and means child. Asana, on the other hand, means sitting. In this way the common meaning of these two is a childlike sitting posture. Anita Vishwakarma, a yoga teacher, said that in Balasan the body takes the same position as the child in the womb. It is a relaxation pose that calms the mind, relieves stress, and creates a stretch in the hips, thighs, and legs. Also beneficial for muscle pain and is also beneficial for pregnant women.

do asanas like this

Keep your spine straight while sitting in Vajrasana.

Raise both hands as you inhale.

Lean forward as you exhale. Keep your hands straight and keep your head on the floor

Remain in this position for about 30 seconds to a few minutes.

Then return to the vajrasana posture.

Anupam does his duty by leaving two young children alone

Anupam Yadav, a resident of Moradabad district, had joined the ANM position at Pilibhit in 2019. During this time, its duty was imposed on the Amaria Bloc. After the corona infection spread, it was initially their duty to draw up a list of the villagers coming from outside. Here he was brought to the trauma center for vaccination after the vaccination had started. Anupam has two young children, but to do her duty she continues to work, leaving her children alone. In addition to vaccination, it also motivates people to get vaccinated.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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