Yogic Chikitsa

Pain Management based on muscular disorder, unstable joints and mental instability

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Most people are likely to practice Yoga, nowadays, so that they can get relief from the body pain and stay healthy with a fit body. There are several reasons why we suffer from body pain that is mostly related to our daily lifestyle. All of us have a swift life that does not allow us to take care of our bodies properly. Moreover, things like overworking, long drives, extreme usage of mobile phones are also responsible for this body pain, and muscle disorders. People who have desk jobs have to sit for long hours that sometimes leads to develop wrong body posture.
Some people also have age-old injuries causing pain in the joints. Before starting the yoga asanas, one must be aware of the reasons for pain so that they can find what type of treatment they need the most.

Pain, such as neck pain, back pain, etc. are commonly found in people at this present time. In our course, we try to focus on identifying the pain and teach the basics in the first place.
Different types of pain and the essential technique to cure them are discussed below in
details—

Neck pain management

Sitting in one particular position for a long time is the primary reason for neck pain. A wrong sitting posture and sleeping style can also cause pain around the neck area. If you use many pillows while sleeping, it will be difficult for your natural neck movement. Also, you should be aware of your limits before engaging yourself in substantial work to avoid neck pain.

In our courses, we have included different poses like Warrior II poses, Extended triangle poses, Cat-Cow poses, and more to get relief from the neck pain without many efforts.

Back pain management

Age is an essential factor that is responsible for back pain. Besides age overweight or lack of exercise also can be the reason for back pain. Smoking prevents the blood flow towards the lower spine area, which comes with a high risk of back pain. Moreover, diseases like Arthritis, Osteoporosis, and skeletal irregularities enhance the pain in joints around the lower back area.

Initially, we teach the very basic methods to our students so that they can be accustomed to it quickly. Cat-Cow, Downward-Facing Dog, Extended Triangle, etc. are some fundamental poses that help to treat the back-pain problems effectively.

Knee pain management

The most common reasons for knee pain are gout or rheumatoid arthritis etc. If you have a fracture, ACL injury, or torn meniscus, you must be suffering from knee pain. People who have dislocated kneecap and previous injuries are also in the same situation. Sometimes excess body weight, lack of flexibility in muscles, etc. can cause severe pain in your knees.

We come up with some simple but effective yoga poses that are very useful for reducing knee pain. There are some poses like Foam Rolling, Bridge Pose, Banana Pose, which are very easy to practice and make sure you get the maximum benefits for knee pain.

Anxiety and stress management

At this present age, anxiety is a widespread problem that happens because of some external factors and internal factors as well. Stress at your workplace, in your relationship, the death of a beloved one can make you anxious. There are several other factors like financial stress, use of drugs, medical issues that play a significant role in anxiety. Sometimes, a situation like emphysema or pulmonary embolism can develop anxiety in you.

The poses included in our courses are very powerful and effective in reducing the anxiety problem and help you to live a stress-free life. There are various poses such as Hero Pose, Tree Pose, Triangle Pose, Fish Pose that are advantageous for anxiety management.

Lifestyle disorder and self-care

In order to keep yourself healthy and fit, you must give priority to self-care. All of us have an unhealthy lifestyle, more or less. Constant work pressure, anxiety, stress, bad habits like smoking, and drinking make it worse. Therefore it is very much essential to be careful about our day-to-day lifestyles, and you should try to acquire more healthy habits to make yourself stronger.

Pranayama, Meditation, Savasana, Hatha Yoga are beneficial for a better lifestyle. It can improve your immune system and prevent you from different diseases effectively.

Methods to Manage Pain Effectively

Now that you have got relief from the pain, you must adopt the right body posture and movement to become fit. In our courses, we have incorporated different series that will guide you on how to strengthen your body. Here we will talk about the most appreciated series of our courses so that you can have a better idea about the methods we follow.
Arambha series
Yoga is closely related to the breathing movement. From the very beginning, yoga is all about the breath body connection, which is essential to get the best possible results from it. Because of our sedentary lifestyle, we have got wrong sitting postures; we have to sit longer in the same place, we have bad habits of smoking and drinking, which become an obstacle to lead a comfortable life. In this series, we aim to teach how the muscles can work in synergy. Also, we will show you the wrong patterns of body movements and guide you on how to develop the right one. With the process of relearning and re-establishing the correct movement patterns, we will reach our desired goal to strengthen our body efficiently.
Workshops of series mainly have two types of methods. One is Body Basics, and the other one is Movement patterns. In Body Basics, you can learn the basics poses of yoga that includes different standing yoga poses, supine yoga poses, prone yoga poses, and more. In the case of Movement patterns, we are more likely to give importance in fundamental movement patterns such as walking, running, squatting, reaching, bending, etc.
Yuj series
If you can build up strong muscles, you will be one step forward to develop a healthy body. In our Yuj series, therefore, we give priority to movement basics and try to increase the strength and stability of the muscles. Rigorous practice will enable you to become fit and flexible with this Yuj series. It is all about right body movements that will guide you on how to get stronger muscles. We have taken the fun elements of the Vinyasa method, like jumps, floats, multiple balances to make it easier to learn. Our main target is the synergy and spirals related to the energy line of our body.
In our workshops, we teach yoga for strength, inversions, and bend, not breaks. Here are the detail descriptions of these methods—
Yoga for strength: To strengthen up your body, we have incorporated different yoga poses in this section. Some of the well-known poses are Plank Pose, Four-Limbed Staff Pose ( Chaturanga Dandasana), Cobra Pose (Bhujangasana), Boat Pose (Navasana), Half Moon Pose ( Ardha Chandrasana), etc.

Yoga colloquially refers to a set of physical practices, evolved in Ancient India, involving asanas or postures for strengthening the body. Our courses are comprised of a wide variety of asanas starting with basic poses, and with time progressing to complex ones.

Arogya series
We understand the importance of a flexible body and peace of mind to obtain a healthy lifestyle. Yoga is like a sadhana that demands the alertness of your account. Therefore in this first series named Arogya series, we have highlighted different pain management techniques that will help you to get rid of chronic pain. It will also help you to restore optimum health. We make use of both traditional and modern techniques that include the vinyasa method and body movement technique. This is a combination of breath prioritized movement and body movement therapy that helps to cure the body pain effectively. Our main aim is to teach you the right techniques so that you can come out from the sedentary lifestyle and reduce the discomfort caused by your chair bodies.
We have several workshops for this Arogya series that consists of—
Neck pain management
Back pain management
Knee pain management
Anxiety and stress management
Lifestyle disorder
Self-care and well-being
Basic Asanas:
1. Tadasana: A fundamental starting pose, this involves standing still, helping in building balance and concentration
2. Vrikshasana: Involves lifting one foot slightly, shifting the weight on the other, with folded hands. Beneficial for arches of feet and hips.
3. Adho Mukha Svanasana: Involves getting on all fours, with toes tucked and hips lifted – essential for spine health
4. Utkatasana: Similar to half-squats with raised arms – strengthens legs, upper back, and shoulders.
5. Savasana: A relaxing asana, involving lying down with arms and legs spread.
Advanced Asanas:
1. Hanumanasana: Intense stretching posture similar to splits, but done with closed hips – extremely beneficial to lower body muscles
2. Vrischikasana: Backbending inversion pose mimicking a scorpion – it is one of the hardest yoga poses meant to strengthen core muscles
3. Laghu Vajrasana: Intense back-bending posture with head touching the feet and hands touching thighs – useful for spine mobility
4. Svarga Dvidasana: Involves standing on one leg, with the other leg in a bind with hands – helps in improving balance
5. Tittibhasana: Arm balancing pose with elbows slightly bent and knees resting on upper arms – strengthens core muscles.

So that you have come to know the courses we offered in detail, now it will be easy to make the right choice. If you are in pain and want relief, nothing can be as healing as yogasanas for you. You must follow the correct steps to make your mind alert and body flexible. You will automatically achieve a better lifestyle to live in comfort.