Fertility Yoga, a boon for women: 7 Powerful Asanas to Boost Fertility

Yoga is believed to have some miraculous results in various ailments. Fertility Yoga has helped several women conceive and fulfil their dream to start a family. The root cause of infertility in women is hormonal imbalance leading to Polycystic Ovary Syndrome.

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Fertility Yoga improves breathing, relaxation, pelvic muscle tone and functioning, increased blood flow to the pelvic region. It helps towards blissful motherhood.

Benefits of Fertility Yoga

  • Stimulates the ovaries and uterus
  • Makes the body and mind stress free
  • Improves hormonal balance
  • Strengthens and stretches the back muscles
  • Purifies the body by flushing out toxins
  • Increases the flexibility of the pelvic region
  • Enhances the blood flow towards reproductive organs
  • Helps smooth and natural delivery

Fertility Yoga Poses

Some specific Yogasanas are very helpful in female infertility and increase the possibility of conception. They boost a positive state of mind, relive the body from stress and improve overall health, thus restoring the female hormonal balance. Let’s have a look at them.

Baddha Konasana

This is an asana like a butterfly pose. It gives a good stretch to thighs, groin area and knees. It improves the flexibility of this region and increases the blood flow to that area. Doing Baddha Konasana regularly can be good if you are in the process of conceiving.

Pashchimottanasana

Paschimottanasana is a seating asana with forward bend and head touching the knees. This asana is useful for fertility because it puts pressure on and stimulates ovaries and uterus. It also reduces stress and gives a stretch to hamstrings, hips and lower back.

Sarvangasana

Sarvangasana is raising your body to form a ninety degree angle to the floor.This asana gives a stretch to your entire body and soothes your mind as well. It stimulates the thyroid gland, the gland that is closely associated with fertility. Dysfunction of this gland causes excessive or low secretion of thyroxin which leads to hormonal imbalance. Sarvangasana also strengthens uterine ligament.

Matsyasana

Matsyasana is a fish like pose that stretches and strengthens legs and abdominal organs and increases blood flow to the reproductive organs. While this asana, your thyroid and parathyroid glands are stimulated in a positive way. This increases blood flow to the pituitary gland. This is good addition to fertility treatment.

Upavishta Konasana

Upavishta Konasana is stretching hands as well as feet. It also stretches spine, buttocks, inner thighs and hamstrings, thus increasing the pelvic blood circulation. This asana stimulates ovaries thus making a positive impact on ovulation and conception.

Shirshasana

Shirshasana or headstand is known as the King of Asanas. It is a main posture from Hath Yoga and has many benefits. In this asana, you stand on the head with the support of the hands. Shirshasana stimulates the functioning and co-ordination of pineal, hypothalamus and pituitary glands. It reduces fatigue and anxiety. This creates a condition of well-being in the body and facilitates pregnancy.

Supta Vajrasana

Supta Vajrasana gives an excellent stretch to the abdominal and thoracic muscles. Its makes thigh muscles very strong and brings flexibility to the back. Supta Vajrasana also strengthens the sacral region. It helps in infertility and encourages smooth delivery.

Yoga for infertility in women

Fertility Yoga is a great way to connect with your body and eliminate a major obstacle in the process of conception- stress. Regulation of the hormonal process creates peace and lightness in the body which is a just right condition for intercourse and resulting conception.

Yoga for conceiving and healthy pregnancy is not a rare knowledge anymore. Practise and reap its benefits!

We at SMV Ayurveda, under the expert guidance of Dr. Vinesh Nagare provide treatment for infertility by treating its root cause. Our success stories speak volumes about our quality and credibility.

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