Bikram Yoga Benefits

Benefits of the 26 Bikram Yoga postures

In Bikram Yoga we perform 26 postures, we will review the benefits for health that each of them provides.

Pranayama

Pranayama

  • Strengthens the lungs, improves lung capacity and efficiency.
  • Promotes mental relaxation, eliminates sleep disorders, high blood pressure, stress and irritability.
  • Bring fresh, oxygenated blood to each and every cell in the body.

Ardha-Chandrasana with Padahastasana

Ardha-Chandrasana con Pada-Hasthasana

  • Eliminates back pain.
  • Strengthens the abdominal muscles by improving the flexibility of the spine.
  • Strengthens and maintains the waist, hips, abdomen, buttocks, and thighs in good physical condition.
  • Improves flexibility in shoulder joints, eliminating pain caused by stiff shoulders.

Utkatasana

Utkatasana

  • Strengthens each and every one of the leg muscles by improving the flexibility of the hip joints.
  • Strengthens the arms.
  • Improves blood circulation in the joints of the knees and ankles.
  • Helps to relieve discomfort of sciatica.
  • Prevents and eliminates arthritis.

Garurasana

Garurasana

  • Work the 14 main joints of the body creating pressure on the joints and then releasing them, allowing fresh and oxygenated blood to flow.
  • Develop balance, control and concentration.
  • Promotes circulation by improving the central nervous system, the immune system and the reproductive system.

Dandayamana-Janushirasana

Dandayamana-Janushirasana

  • Develop concentration, patience and determination.
  • Strengthens the abdominal and thigh muscles.
  • Better the flexibility of nerves of sciatica.
  • Strengthens the tendons of the hamstring and thigh.

Dandayamana-Dhanurasana

Dandayamana-Dhanurasana

  • Increase concentration, determination and patience.
  • Increases circulation to the heart and lungs.
  • Improves the flexibility of the spine by balancing bodily energies.
  • Regulates the menstrual cycle.
  • Helps reduce and eliminate pain in the lower back.
Ofertas Bikram Yoga

Tuladandasana

Tuladandasana

  • Strengthens the hips, buttocks and upper thighs.
  • Improves flexibility, strengthens and tones the muscles of the shoulders, arms, and joints of the hip and spine.
  • Improves circulation, strengthens heart muscles, increases lung capacity.
  • Removes blockages in the arteries, serves as a prevention of heart problems.

Dandayamana-Bibhaktapada-Paschimottanasana

Dandayamana-Bibhaktapada-Paschimottanasana

  • Eliminate depression and memory loss.
  • Increases the circulation of oxygenated blood to the brain.
  • Open the hamstrings by lengthening the spine.
  • Eliminate digestive problems.

Trikanasana

Trikanasana

  • It is an excellent cardiovascular exercise, with very little movement.
  • Increase stability.
  • Thighs, abdomen and arms tone up.
  • Build a better general alignment of the body through strengthening the legs.
  • Extends the spine, opens the torso and extends the shoulders that allows the operation of other physiological systems (cardiovascular, digestive, etc.).
  • It’s good for the frozen shoulder.
  • Helps regulate hormone levels.
  • Helps to create awareness of hunger, helping with eating disorders.
  • Help with: constipation, colitis, low blood pressure, menstrual disorders, appendicitis, spondylitis, etc.
  • Helps balance the adrenal glands and the production of cortisol, the stress hormone.

Dandayamana-Bibhaktapada-Janushirasana

Dandayamana-Bibhaktapada-Janushirasana

  • Regulates the function of pancreas and kidneys.
  • Balances blood sugar levels.
  • Increase the level of serotonin and memory.
  • Works the thyroid glands.

Tadasana

Tadasana

  • Improves mobility of the hip and knee joints.
  • Improve body posture and balance.
  • Eliminates rheumatism and circulation problems.

Padangustasana

Padangustasana

  • Develop mental concentration by creating balance between body and mind.
  • Strengthens the abdominal muscles and helps prevent gout, knee arthritis and legs.
  • Strengthens weak joints.

Savasana

Savasana

  • The cardiovascular circulation returns to normal.
  • Reduces heart rate and blood pressure.
  • Promotes total relaxation.

Pavanamuktasana

Pavanamuktasana

  • Massage the colon and prevent digestive problems.
  • Normalizes the production of stomach acid.
  • Stimulates the liver, intestines and spleen.
  • Improves the flexibility of the hip joints and eliminates lower back pain.

Abdominal

Abdominal

  • Strengthens the abdomen.
  • Exhalations to the open mouth stimulate the diaphragm by eliminating toxins from the lungs.

Bhujangasana

Bhujangasana

  • Strengthens the lower back.
  • Prevents osteoporosis.
  • Works cervical, thoracic, lumbar, sacrum and coccyx.

Salabhasana

Salabhasana

  • Strengthens and lengthens the upper back.
  • Promotes the strengthening of muscles around the entire spine with the help of isometric pressure.
  • Balance the strength on both sides of the body.

Poorna-Salabhasana

Poorna-Salabhasana

  • Strengthens the middle back.
  • Improves high pressure and extension of the back.

Dhanurasana

Dhanurasana

  • Works the entire spine, eliminates back pain and scoliosis.
  • Keeps the vertebrae in the proper position.
  • Strengthens the quadriceps and the inner part of the muscles of the thighs.
  • Open the shoulders, neck and throat.

Supta-Vajrasana

Supta-Vajrasana

  • Stretches and strengthens the psoas muscles.
  • Stretches knee and ankle joints.
  • Eliminates low back pain.
  • Thin thighs, tones abdomen and calves.
  • Helps to cure problems of sciatica, gout and varicose veins.
  • Help prevent hernias.

Ardha-Kurmasana

Ardha-Kurmasana

  • Stretches and lengthens shoulder muscles.
  • Lengthens the entire spine.
  • Realizing this position, the body is in a state of maximum realaxation.
  • Cures indigestion, constipation and insomnia.
  • It’s good for emphysema, asthma, and other respiratory problems.
  • Increase blood flow to the brain by improving memory and mental clarity.

Ustrasana

Ustrasana

  • Open the chest.
  • Strengthens the muscles of the back and shoulders.
  • Increases the flexibility of the neck and spine.
  • Produce maximum compression of the spine.
  • Stimulates the entire nervous system.
  • Releases emotions by opening the heart chakra.

Sasangasana

Sasangasana

  • Stretches and lengthens the lower back.
  • Helps maintain the mobility and elasticity of the muscles of the spine and back.
  • Nourishes the nervous system allowing the flow of blood to the brain.

Janushirasana con Paschimotthanasana

Janushirasana con Paschimotthanasana

  • Increase blood flow in the legs and brain.
  • Increases the flexibility of the spine and hamstrings.
  • Increase the flexibility of the muscles of the shoulders, hips and the last five vertebrae of the spine.
  • Stretches the sciatic nerve.
  • Increases circulation to the liver, spleen, pancreas, thyroid, thymus, and intestines.
  • Improves the flexibility of the nerves of sciatica, as well as the joints of the ankles, knees and hips.
  • Improves digestion, kidney function and expands the solar plexus.

Ardha-Matsyendrasana

Ardha-Matsyendrasana

  • Twists the spine completely, preventing herniated discs, scoliosis, arthritis and rheumatism.
  • Increases the circulation and nutrition of the nerves, in veins and tissues of the spine.
  • Eliminates lethargy, depression and releases tension.
  • Helps cure vertigo and dizziness.

Kapalbhati in Vajrasana

Kapalbhati in Vajrasana

  • Improves oxygenation of the body.
  • Eliminates toxins by filling energy and revitalizing the body.
  • Promotes mental clarity and alertness.
  • Excellent for the lungs.

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