7 Best Yoga Poses To Encourage And Energize Cancer Patients

Vrikshasana – Tree Pose:  Start by putting your feet together and standing erect. Raise your left leg and plant your right foot on your inner thigh. Next, keep your balance while in this posture and gradually fold your palms together (Pranam Mudra). Raise your hands to your sides, extend your arms, and keep your gaze forward.

Marjariasana: To begin, slowly bend down so that you are in a tabletop position. Next, place your knees just beneath your hips and your palms beneath your shoulders. To finish, turn your toes out and maintain a hip-width distance between your knees.

Vajrasana – Thunderbolt pose: Kneel down and place your pelvis on your heels pointing your toes outward. Then, keeping your heels slightly apart from each other, place your palms on your knees facing upward. Finish it off by straightening your back and looking forward.

Pranayama: Anulom Vilom – Alternate Nostril Breathing: Sit comfortably, close your eyes, and place your palms in Prapthi Mudra on your knees. Alternate nostril breathing: Inhale left, exhale right; inhale right, exhale left. This technique, known as Nadi Shodhana.

Siddhohum Kriya: Facing east, this practice enhances mental and physical capacity through 5 steps: Samasthiti, Pranam, Pukar Stithi, Prapti Stithi, and Kritagyata. Yoga, a centuries-old science for well-being, offers a safe approach for preventing and managing diseases, including cancer.

Adho Mukha Shvanasana: Assume a tabletop position with wrists under shoulders and knees under hips. Exhale, straighten legs without locking them, and lift knees off the ground. Spread fingers, press palms firmly, and lift sit bones towards the ceiling for an elongated back.

Nadi Shodhan Pranayam : Nadi Shodhan Pranayama, or alternate nostril breathing, is a vital yogic technique that harmonizes the brain's left and right hemispheres. It activates the parasympathetic nervous system, fostering mental clarity, alleviating stress, and calming the nerves.