Yoga Routine for regulating blood pressure: Regulate and Sustain (open level)

Yoga Routine For Regulating Blood Pressure: Regulate And Sustain (open Level)

The breathing techniques that start off this Yogea routine are a blend of Qi-Gong and Pranayama and involve the utilization of "Mudras" to help seal life force in the body. By activating pressure points, used in acupuncture, while breathing deeply and consciously practitioners can reduce high blood pressure on their own, improving symptoms of heart failure. The adequately strung poses that include pacifying forward bends, supine twists, grounding and standing poses and semi-inversions help ease palpitations, enhance cardiac rehabilitation and aid in lowering cardiovascular risk factors such as cholesterol levels, blood sugar and stress hormones. The routine improves breathing and sleep pattern, normalizes weight, and decreases the pulse rate, while increasing energy levels. The slow-pace invites practitioners to execute the poses cautiously with balance and concentration. As a result the postural alignment is fixed, the poise and steadiness grow, the attention focus comes back, the memory is enhanced and the mood swings stabilized. Furthermore, the spine and the joints become supple. At the end of the practice inner peace ensues. This enables the practitioner to tread life with purpose and direction.
If you are experiencing a high rise or drop in blood pressure or any related condition, consult your doctor prior to engaging in this practice.

Yoga Routine For Regulating Blood Pressure: Regulate And Sustain (open Level)

Yoga Routine for regulating blood pressure: Regulate and Sustain (open level)

The breathing techniques that start off this Yogea routine are a blend of Qi-Gong and Pranayama and involve the utilization of "Mudras" to help seal life force in the body. By activating pressure points, used in acupuncture, while breathing deeply and consciously practitioners can reduce high blood pressure on their own, improving symptoms of heart failure. The adequately strung poses that include pacifying forward bends, supine twists, grounding and standing poses and semi-inversions help ease palpitations, enhance cardiac rehabilitation and aid in lowering cardiovascular risk factors such as cholesterol levels, blood sugar and stress hormones. The routine improves breathing and sleep pattern, normalizes weight, and decreases the pulse rate, while increasing energy levels. The slow-pace invites practitioners to execute the poses cautiously with balance and concentration. As a result the postural alignment is fixed, the poise and steadiness grow, the attention focus comes back, the memory is enhanced and the mood swings stabilized. Furthermore, the spine and the joints become supple. At the end of the practice inner peace ensues. This enables the practitioner to tread life with purpose and direction.
If you are experiencing a high rise or drop in blood pressure or any related condition, consult your doctor prior to engaging in this practice.

Yoga Routine For Regulating Blood Pressure: Regulate And Sustain (open Level)
Yoga Routine For Regulating Blood Pressure: Regulate And Sustain (open Level)
Yoga Routine For Regulating Blood Pressure: Regulate And Sustain (open Level)
Yoga Routine For Regulating Blood Pressure: Regulate And Sustain (open Level)
Yoga Routine For Regulating Blood Pressure: Regulate And Sustain (open Level)

Yoga Routine For Regulating Blood Pressure: Regulate And Sustain (open Level)

10 thoughts on “Yoga Routine for regulating blood pressure: Regulate and Sustain (open level)

  1. Is there a dvd I could purchase, this really works and I would love to have
    it on dvd. Thank you for taking the time to upload and make this. Namaste

  2. Thanks for your videos. Just finished the 3rd routine of detox yoga. I
    wonder if this one can be helpful for low blood pressure? Or you have some
    other one for such a problem? 

    1. +dariosergevna Thank you for sharing your feedback with us. Yes, the detox
      routines are really great now for fall, and this practice is especially
      designed for lowering blood pressure. It is slower paced and integrates
      powerful yogic breathing techniques and asana to relieve hypertension. We
      will be posting more videos for regulating blood-pressure. Stay tuned!

  3. . I read your description and watched a little of this. I struggle with
    blood sugars, endocrine system, circulation (and several other diseases),
    but this practice sounds very calming (while it also says energizing in the
    description). I have severe anxiety and find it hard to lay down at night,
    so needed to know if this is a better practice for morning or night time? I
    definately don’t want more energy at night, but I suffer from fatigue 24/7.
    I have a list a mile long of diseases I have been diagnosed with and have
    begun doing detox and digestive type sequences a lot, and it seems to be
    helping some. This one sounds like it might be a step up and more specific.
    (If you wouldn’t mind giving recommendations, I can tell you specific
    problems elsewhere). Thankyou!
    BLESSINGS

    1. +Jen M Dear Jen,
      Thanks so much for reaching out. Yes, this sequence is calming, but I think
      it doesn’t fully target your needs at the moment. It is mostly a routine
      for regulating blood pressure. I suggest you to try three other practices
      that we have:
      1. Anti-anxiety routine – “Loosen the grip” – it is fairly easy to follow
      and all the poses are especially designed to help you battle anxiety, the
      meditation at the end will help you, too
      2. Hormonal Balance routine “Navigation reset”, which is at a moderate pace
      and actually promotes glandular secretion and balances the hormones.
      3. Tapping practice “Stimulate and Pacify” that will energize you and help
      you with your circulation. It is also an emotional freedom technique and
      will dust off all the emotional residue that has lead to your anxiety and
      chronic fatigue.
      Especially in cases of chronic fatigue, it is important to do breathing and
      tapping techniques that will promote the circulation and liberate you
      mentally from the issues that make you anxious.
      Try these three practices – every day you can try one practice and if you
      like to swim – 30 minutes in the pool will do miracles for you.
      The most important thing is to get to the bottom of the anxiety and fatigue
      and find the cause for your conditions. It takes regular practice and daily
      affirmations, but in a month you will brighten up and charge up with
      positive energy.

      Sending you lots of light and healing energy and we will keep in touch!
      Namaste

    2. Thnkyou so much for your thoughtfull response. I am actually in therapy for
      some very deep issues, but there are so many things that have happened in
      my 40 yrs, we are having a hard time getting to the triggers, etc…All the
      health issues don’t help matters. I thankyou so much for your help and
      your light and healing energy. Thankyou for sharing that with me. Many
      blessings to you! xoxo

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