Using therapeutic yoga poses involves primarily those that open the chest and shoulders. These poses are usually those that are standing or bending, and they should be held for extended periods of time with slow, deep breathing to allow for more oxygen intake. Standing and bending poses also help tone cardiac muscle. The mountain pose, the tree pose, and the cat stretch pose can be used therapeutically to greatly benefit circulation and help to prevent the onset or further development of heart disease.
Dr. Paul Jerard, E-RYT 5002018-07-13T14:23:25-04:00Categories: Heart Health|Tags: can yoga improve heart health, chance of a heart attack, development of heart disease, heart attacks remain undiagnosed, heart related illness, no better preventative care, oxygen flow to the organs, practice a regular yoga routine, using therapeutic yoga poses, yoga reduces stress|2 Comments