Jan 27, 2017
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Can Yoga Make You Taller? – A Misconception or Truth! – Best Answered.

The straightway answer is Yoga Cannot Increase the Bone Length. But still the answer is YES. Yoga can add notable inches to your height. Confused?

Let us walk through this article to go beyond all the illusions.

Can yoga helps us in gaining inches, if yes, How?

It is not a mystery to be solved rather it is something to be understood. Don’t run to find the truth; just try to understand the concept and let the truth finds you.

In order to understand the way yoga helps in attaining good height, we should know what the link is there between height and accurate posture. The link between height and the appropriate posture can be best understood by going through our detailed article “Correct Postures – A Sure and Easiest way to Grow Taller Even after Puberty”. This article shows how the right posture promotes 2 to 3 inches height in a very short time. Now, this is the time to be informed that yoga works through postures. In reality yoga is not only the natural but also a fastest and powerful method for increasing our height.

How does Yoga Work?

Yoga is the best technique for solving our growth related problems because it is safe and natural. Just as the steam, water and ice are the three states – gaseous, liquid and solid – of a single entity, so are the body, mind and spirit are the three states of our selves. These three states are linked and the well-being of one state leads to well-being of the other states too. In other words, if the body is well, the mind and spirit is also well. If the body is in stress, the mind also goes under stress. If the body is free from stress, the mind becomes stress-free. Correct postures help us in making our body stress-free. And a stress-free body and mind boost the release of growth hormones. It is a well-known fact that stress blocks whereas the relaxed state of body and mind helps in releasing the growth hormones. Now, here what we are going to do is to show you the yoga postures for keeping yourselves stress-free and thereby keeping the body mind and spirit calm. This is the way to release the proper amount of growth hormones in the body to boost its height.

Best Yoga Poses to Grow Taller:

To keep our body well aligned, balanced and in correct posture along with stress-free and calm mind, let us practice the various yoga postures daily for a couple of minutes. Following are a few yoga postures that can make a big difference in your life. I love a quote from Jim Rohn “Suffer From One of Two Pains: the Pain of Discipline or the Pain of Regret”. Keep the above quote in mind and give Yoga a disciplined try and let it transform your life.

Sun Salutation ‘Surya Namaskar’ – a Magical Yoga Pose

If you are facing a time crunch and searching for a single perfect workout to stay healthy, ‘Sun Salutation’ is the answer. Sun Salutation is a series of 12 powerful yoga postures performed in a single, graceful flow. All the 12 postures are coordinated with the breath. A combination stretching and relaxing postures that make the body more flexible and keep it aligned, shaped and balanced. It is a graceful coordination of warm-ups and intense stretching workout. Regular and correct cyclic practice of these 12 postures offers manifold benefits for every part of the body – from top to bottom. The best time to practice Sun Salutation is the early morning while the sun rises with the empty stomach.

Follow the following steps to practice the 12 graceful postures correctly:

Step #1: Prayer Pose (Pranam-asana): Stand and keep your feet together and balance your weight equally on both the feet. Next, breathe in, expand the chest, and relax the shoulders. Breathing out, lift both arms up from the sides and bring your palms together in front of the chest as in a prayer position.

Step #2: Raised Arms Pose (Hastauttan-asana): Breathing in, raise the arms up and back, be sure that biceps are close to the ears. Performing this pose the effort is to stretch the whole body up from the heels to the tips of the fingers. You may deepen this stretching pose by pushing the pelvis forward a little bit. Make sure that the effort goes in reaching up with the fingers rather than trying to bend backwards.

Step #3: Hand to Foot Pose (Hasta Pad-asana): Breathing out, while keeping the spin erect, bend forward from the waist. Breathing out completely, bring down the hand to the floor besides the feet. You may deepen this stretching pose by bending the knees, if necessary, to bring the palms down to the floor. Now make a gentle effort to straighten the knees. Try to keep the hands fixed in this position and not to move them until you finish the sequence.

Step #4: Equestrian Pose (Ashwa Sanchalan-asana): Breathing in, switch your right leg back, as far back as possible. Next, keep the right knee to the floor and look up. You may deepen this stretching pose by ensuring that the left foot is exactly in between the palms.

Step #5: Stick Pose (Dand-asana): Breathing in, switch the left leg back then bring the whole body in a straight line. You may also deepen this stretching pose by keeping your arms perpendicular to the floor.

Step #6: Salute With Eight Parts or Points (Ashtanga Namaskara): Softly switch your knees down to the floor and breathe out. Now, shift the hips back slightly, then slide forward, and rest your chest and chin on the floor. Lift your posterior a little bit. The eight parts of the body i.e. two hands, two feet, two knees, chest and chin, touch the floor.

Step #7: Cobra Pose (Bhujang-asana): Slide forward and lift the chest up just as a Cobra. lie on your stomach with legs stretched behind and toes joined together; now, thrust your torso (muscles of the upper body and hips) off the floor with support of your hands and stretch and straighten out your torso as much as you can.

Step #8: Mountain Pose (Parvat-asana): Breathing out, lift the hips and the tail bone up, chest downwards (/\) just as a mountain. You may deepen this stretching pose by keeping the heels on the ground and make a gentle effort to lift the tailbone up.

Step #9: Equestrian Pose (Ashwa Sanchalan-asana): Breathe in, switch the right foot forward in between the hands, pushing the left knee down to the floor, push the hips down and look up. Make sure that the right foot is exactly between the two hands and the right calf perpendicular to the floor. In this position, make a soft effort to push the hips down towards the floor, to deepen the stretch.

Step #10: Hand to Foot Pose (Hasta Pad-asana): As you exhale, move the left foot forward and let the hands on the floor. You may slightly bend the knees, only if necessary. You may deepen this stretching pose by softly straightening the knees and if you can, try and touch your nose to the knees. Breathe Slowly.

Step #11: Raised Arms Pose (Hastauttan-asana): While you inhale, turn the spine up, raise your hands and bend backwards a little bit, pushing the hips slightly outward. Make sure that your biceps are beside your ears. Keep in mind that the idea is to stretch up more and not to stretching backwards.

Step #12: Tad-asana: Exhale and straighten your body first, then lower your arms and relax in this position. Observe the sensations in your body.

Sun Salutation, if practiced correctly you will surely achieve the notable benefits for the whole body – from top to bottom. This single powerful mantra has a great impact on all the body organs and also improves blood circulation. It is the best workout to get rid of back and neck pain too. Surely, you will have better spine flexibility. And the most importantly people have reported to have gained 3 to 4 inches of height by regular practicing yoga.

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