Patanjali Japan Foundation (PJF) successfully concluded its Yoga For Menstrual Cramps and Pain Monthly Interactive Session. The session was presented by Mr. Ashutosh Sensei (Chief Sewa Officer, PJF) & Norah Hoang and discussion was led by Ms Suhani Sensei, & Ms. Sara sensei (Yoga Teacher, PJF).
PJF completed 440 days of ‘Daily morning Pranayama special Yoga session’ on 21th of November. In October, a total number of 81 unique Yogis participated in morning sessions which included 4 'Kesari'/Saffron belt Yogis, 12 'Shwet'/White belt Yogis and 65 'Hari'/Green belt Yogis.
Explanation of Yoga For Menstruation Cramps & Pain
As we know Period pain is common and a normal part of your menstrual cycle. Almost every women get it at some point in their lives. It's usually felt as painful muscle cramps in the tummy, which can spread to the back and thighs.
By doing some special yoga poses for menstrual cramps or periods can get rid you from that pain.
The majority of studies on the effect of yoga on menstruation focused on the impact of regular exercise on symptoms. According to one recent study, yoga can significantly reduce moderate to severe pain, abdominal swelling, and breast tenderness associated with the menstrual cycle.
Adapted Child’s Pose (Balasana)
Cat-Cow Pose (Marjari Asana)
Reclining Twist Pose (Jathara Parivartanasana)
Pigeon Pose (Eka Pada Rajakapotasana)
Corpse Pose (Shavasana)
In order to know how to do & precautions of each yoga for menstrual cramps or periods pain click here.
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Frequently Asked Questions By Our Audience On Yoga For Menstruation Cramps & Periods Pain
Thanks for this amazing webinar. Generally as females, we all are suffered from this pain since our teenage years. This is qualitative content, we all should spread it to our close ones as much as possible.
Is it normal to have a period twice in a month? If not, can this problem be cured by yoga asanas and pranayamas ?
What do irregular periods mean? I am getting my periods irregularly. Sometimes it comes after 15 days and sometimes it takes 2-3 months. How can I cure this. ?
On the first day of my periods, I suffered so much pain in my body. So i think it is not possible to do yoga on the first day of periods. So what should we do in this condition ?
Thanks a lot for this information. I want to ask that What are safe days during the menstrual cycle to do more activities and yoga?
Are there any asanas I should NOT or take caution to do during menstruation?
I understand what Sara sensei says, how to deal with this situation depends on individual. Very nice. Its really important to understand this.
I think it's exactly what Suhani sensei says, doing a little exercise every day! It's been about two months since I tried to do yoga every day, but I'm feeling much better. I think the rhythm of the periods has become stable.
The story of Sara sensei's Yoga Sutra made me feel calm. Also, I would like to hear more about Sutra.
Thank you, Sara sensei. I also knew that I didn't know much.
To get all the answers of these questions you can explore the video"
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