Yoga poses for Thyroidism – Part 3

Yoga poses for Thyroidism – Part 3


Are you suffering from hyper or hyporthyroidism?
Try Yoga – Plow and Fish Pose have multiple benefits. Aside from helping you regulate
your thyroid gland it also gives a complete stretch to the entire back of the body. Fish
pose helps in opening and expanding the chest, shoulder and throat. Start with lying on your back. Press the palms
into the mat. Inhale and as you exhale, lift your feet up and then drop the toes down behind
the head. You can bring the plams together and interlock the fingers and stay here, feel
the chin against the chest. To come out, roll the feet out, roll the spine back on to the
mat. For the counter pose, crossing the legs, dropping
the knees down,coming up on to the elbows, lift the chest and then slide until you can
feel the top of the head touching the mat. Very gently, let the top of the head lie on
the mat. Stay here for a few breaths, opening up the front of the neck and release.