A willow branch
The willow branch exercise effectively helps to decrease back pain, strengthen vessels and veins.
- Stand tall. Spread your legs as wide as you can. Your feet must be parallel.
- Focus on your body and imagine that it is weightless and empty.
- Place your hands over the kidneys and pull your fingers together on your rump.
- Slowly arch your back and bend your head back.
- At the maximum level, relax your arms.
- Slowly move left and right. Imagine that you’re a willow branch near a river.
- When you feel a bit tired, return to the initial position with your hands over the kidneys.
This exercise eases back and leg pain.
- Stand tall.
- Slowly massage your waist and imagine that your body is becoming flexible.
- Gently (but with energy) bend over trying to reach the ground with your hands.
- Return to the initial position and gently bend back as low as you can.
- Return to the initial position and gently lean to the left and to the right.
- Return to the initial position and relax.
The bowstring exercise reduces fat on thighs, relieves lower back pain, opens up the hips and improves respiration.
- Start the position by kneeling.
- Arch your back and grab your ankles with the hands.
- Hold for up to 5 seconds and return to the initial position.
- Repeat up to 10 times depending on your age and general condition.
These exercises are especially beneficial for women suffering from ovary disorders.
This exercise stretches the hips, abdomen, and back, releases tension in the ovaries, massages and stimulates the organs in the belly, creates emotional balance, relieves stress, and calms the mind.
- Start on your hands and knees with your wrists under your shoulders and your knees under your hips.
- Imagine a straight line connecting your shoulders and hips. Keep your neck long.
- Exhale and round your spine toward the ceiling. Make sure that your shoulders and knees maintain their position. Release your head toward the floor, but do not force your chin to your chest.
- Inhale and return to the initial position.
- Repeat up to 20 times.
This exercise improves blood circulation, firms thighs, hips, and buttocks, and relieves constipation. Women with uterus and ovary disorders can also benefit from it.
- Lie on your stomach. Put your arms along your body with the palms down. Your legs must be placed at 15 cm width.
- Stretch your toes and lift one leg up at 15 cm in height. Don’t move the second leg.
- Hold for a few seconds and return to the initial position.
- Repeat up to 50 times for each leg.