Category Archives: Womens Health
  • Chinese Therapies In Pregnancy

    Acupuncture, Acupressure and Reflexology In Pregnancy

    By Patricia | May 17, 2011

    There are several changes that a woman’s body goes through during the entire course of pregnancy. While some of the changes may be relatively moderate and easy to adjust to, many of the changes could cause some amount of discomfort ...

  • Abs Exercises For Women

    Abdominal Exercises For Women And Men

    By Patricia | June 23, 2010

    Abdominal Exercises For women If you are planning to reduce fat from your abdomen, you might feel a little lost in the sea of products that are being commercially offered for toning the abdomen. While most of these products claim that ...

  • Exercises After C Section

    Yoga Poses To Get Back In Shape After a C-section

    By Patricia | April 27, 2009

    Post-Cesarean Yoga Exercise Program Suggested for Recovery On day 1, focus on breathing deeply. To protect your incision, while breathing, apply gentle pressure on your stomach with your hand or a pillow. You can also start the pelvic floor exercises immediately, ...

  • Ovarian Cysts: Yoga Treatment

    Yoga Exercises To Reduce Ovarian Cysts

    By Patricia | February 10, 2009

    There are conventional ways of treating ovarian cysts, which can be complemented with alternative therapies like diet and yoga. Let's first understand more about ovarian cysts. These are sacs filled with fluid and are common in women who are of ...

  • Kayakalpa Yoga To Prevent PCOS

    Benefit of Kayakalpa Yoga For Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome

    By Patricia | December 23, 2008

    If you want to learn the exact technique of doing Kaya Kalpa yoga, then we strongly recommend joining a class to learn from an expert yoga teacher. Since you want to learn techniques to help cure polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS), ...

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