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Yoga Therapy for Asthma

Price: 375 USD

Yoga Therapy for Asthma

In this course, Yogic techniques are used to address Asthama. Asanas and Pranayama recommended in the course, when used under expert guidance, have the potential to reduce or completely eliminate some or all of the symptoms related to Asthama. Asthma can be very effectively controlled through regular Yoga practice and the frequency of attacks greatly reduced. The course content, however, is not meant for substituting the recovery medication during an attack. The techniques are meant only for general management of the disease and prevention of attacks.
In our online course on yoga therapy, we shall attempt to address some health issues that are very common to our times, owing to the unnatural lifestyles of the majority of the population. Yoga, though not primarily meant to be a healing system, has the potential to heal many diseases. Therapeutic use of yoga techniques is so popular today that many think yoga is only a kind of alternate therapy! The shat kriyas of hata yoga especially, are designed to bring the body back to balance.
The course has been designed by experienced practitioners to suit your needs. The course has excellent demonstration videos, step by step detailed learning videos using Props, demonstration of commonly done mistakes followed by postural corrections, one to one interaction with the faculty and much more.
The course duration is 12 weeks with 12 one to one sessions with the instructor. If the students wish to extend the course, contact admin@eambalam.com for more details. Conditions apply.
About Asthama
Asthma is a chronic respiratory disease, which refers to a condition in which a person faces difficulty in breathing. In this disease, the airways gets constricted and inflamed. While the muscles inside the bronchial walls tighten up, the airways produce extra mucus, thereby blocking the passage of air. Mild to life-threatening ailment, asthma can affect everyone, right from men and women to children. There are several factors such as dust, mites, pollen, smoke, pollution, weather changes, cold & cough and respiratory infections, which aggravate the symptoms
Common Symptoms:
Breathlessness; Wheezing; Chest tightness; Feeling tired; Poor tolerance to exercise; Sneezing
Causes:
Hereditary/Genetic factors; Lack of exercise; Emotional insecurity; Stress; Breathing in allergens such as pollen, dust, smoke etc.,
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Module 1 - Introduction & preparation

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Module 2 – Breathing technique

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Module 3 - Asanas

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Module 4 – Pranayama


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