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Dolasana (pendulum pose) is a dynamic asana that is used to relax the spinal column and alleviate any tension in the upper body. It activates the energy in Swadhisthana which helps in the regulation of the unconscious nature of our mind.

This posture is used therapeutically for alleviating backache. Through the inverted swing blood flow to the brain and face is increased which influences the youthfulness of the facial tissues and the neurological functions of the brain. This practice should be avoided by those who suffer from high blood pressure or vertigo.

Published in Chakra Therapy
Sunday, 25 March 2012 10:40

Shashankasana for Swadhisthana Chakra

Shashankasana (hare pose) is a favorite amongst the relaxation postures for correcting spinal complications including backache, compressed nerves, misaligned spinal discs, and poor posture.

This posture targets swadhisthana chakra, the seat of the subconscious and unconscious mind. This is also the energy center for our sexual intimacy. Performing this practice regularly calms a tensed mind, improves sexuality, and opens the oceans of the subconscious nature of our thoughts and feelings which can be used therapeutically under the right guidance.

Published in Chakra Therapy