Is yoga different for men and women? Is there a specific posture that women should do or shouldn’t do in yoga? Sadh Guru explains that yogic practices were originally designed with men in mind. This is why women need to be cautious about what and when they do it. He explains why certain practices that are being taught all over the globe today may not be suitable for women, as they can cause injury and physical damage. This video explains yoga for women.
Shahlavi Mahamari Alleviates Menstrual Disorders
In recent years, much has been done to examine the benefits of yoga for relieving women’s ailments. According to studies, 75% of women experience issues related to their menstruation. This can have a significant impact on their lives, both physically and psychologically. Even when patients opt for surgery as an option, the primary treatment options are not able to provide satisfactory relief. The Poole Hospitals NHS Trust, UK and the Indiana University School of Medicine, conducted a survey of female practitioners of Shahlavi Mahamari, which is a yogic practice that is offered as part of Isha Yoga programs. The results showed significant reductions in symptoms such as dysmenorrhea and premenstrual syndromes, heavy menstrual flow, irregular menstrual cycles, medical or surgical intervention required for disorders, and impairment of work during menstruation. Given the improvement in all parameters, the authors concluded that the kriya can be used as an adjunct therapy to treat menstrual disorders.
Yoga for Pregnant Women
Yoga for pregnant women Pregnancy is a very important part of many women’s lives. Sadh Guru explains that pregnant women are traditionally treated with wisdom and great care in Indian culture. He says that “care was taken at every level, from conception through all aspects” and “all of life happened in the best possible manner right from the beginning.” Yoga for pregnant women is important and crucial to make the experience of pregnancy, childbirth, and parenthood as pleasant as possible. Ishan has several programs that will make pregnancy joyful and help ensure a healthy mother as well as a healthy child. “Ishan Thiam” was created for pregnant mothers. It aims to raise awareness about pregnancy and teach them how they can keep their body, mind and emotions in a pleasant manner. This will allow them to have a happy pregnancy.