Mudras: Mudra of joints

As its name suggests, this mudra is very beneficial to relax the joints, and also help alleviate severe osteoarthritis. It should be practiced with both hands.

mudra joints

This mudra is performed with both hands:

  • Right hand: unites the thumb and ring.
  • Left hand: It binds the thumb and middle finger.

Practice as you need it or 4 times a day for 15 minutes. If you're sick practice it 6 times a day for 30 minutes.

This mudra balances the energy in the joints. We have had very good experiences with him, after having given a long walk or tour the mountain, and back with pain in the knees or to have worked many hours sitting at the computer and have finished having discomfort in the elbows.

Numerous dynamic Yoga exercises are also useful against pains in the joints.

The teddy bear is a wonderful exercise for all joints. Most importantly, that you traces the circles very relaxed and slowly. The movements are held accompanied by a slow breath.

Lie on your back, a little low Chin and surround yourself with your knees with your arms. Then put the arms and legs perpendicular to the body.

  • Two feet and two hands shaking gently.
  • Draw circles with the joints of the feet and hands.
  • Draw large circles with your arms and legs as if you wanted to draw a massive eight on the roof.
  • It bends and shrink the arms and legs.
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By • 27 Nov, 2013 • section: Practice