Curing Yoga: 100+ Healing Yoga Sequences to Alleviate Over 50 Ailments
Teach Yourself to Use Yoga as Medicine!
Now you can cure 50+ common ailments the natural way, with Curing Yoga.
Inside are over 100 basic yoga sequences, each one made to cure a specific ailment.
All yoga flows are made with beginners in mind, so almost anyone can do them.
Discover how to heal yourself naturally with Aventura’s Curing Yoga, because you deserve to feel your best!
Discover the Yoga Secrets to Cure…
- Cold and flu
- Digestive problems (such as diarrhea, constipation, stomach ache, etc.)
- Menstruation discomfort
- Prolapsed uterus
- Shin splints
- Stress and Anxiety
- Thyroid imbalance
- Varicose Veins
… and many more!
This Illustrated Yoga Guide Includes
- Detailed descriptions of basic yoga poses
- Clear and simple pictures
- Yoga breathing techniques
- Important safety information on when to avoid certain poses
- How to do yoga nidra
- Yoga for pain relief
- Yoga for emotional balance
- Yoga for depression
- Yoga for fertility
Use Yoga for Therapy
and you will also discover basic yoga sequences for…
- Healing a broken heart
- Coping with change
- Strengthening your heart and lungs
- Building your immunity
- Coping with menopause
- Recuperating after long travel
- Increasing your self-esteem
- Improving your posture
- Increasing body strength
- Detox of body toxins
… and more!
Includes 4 Free Bonuses!
Get your copy of Curing Yoga today and you will also receive:
- A yoga routine quick-list.
- 5 easy mindfulness meditations.
- Your daily health and fitness cheat sheet.
- A critical first aid guide including an emergency first aid cheat sheet.
Add this book to your collection, because with it you can use yoga to heal your mind, body, and spirit!
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I expected more explanation of healing,not just a few poses with no reasoning behind them. Nothing on how long to hold or how many repetitions. Bottom line, the healing part of the book was disappointing.
Love the sequences included in the back of this book. Drawings are easy to follow and understandable. This book is recommended
I bought the Kindle version that makes it so easy to maneuver through the book so the information and pictures are at my fingertips. I love that each pose description also has a drawing that shows what the pose should look like. I would highly recommend this to any and all yoga lovers and to anyone wanting to feel better in their body and mind.
Helping me to get focused and will utilize with my patient population.
The title of this book caught my attention, so I offered to do a review. A free PDf was sent to my email and I see that it is part of a series – this book is ‘to help alleviate and cure over 50 specific conditions’. My personal experience with yoga has been very positive over the last five years. I have gotten so much out of my time on the mat: physically, artistically, intuitively- total body wellness for sure, I feel qualified to give you my impression.
The art in this book is lovely, from the inviting cover art to the nicely hand drawn figures used to show you the body postures. The first few paragraphs give you instruction on breath work, your senses, mantra, and body scan. I especially like the body scan; this activity is priceless in its self.
This mini how-to book of 102 pages, lists basic yoga postures that will alleviate ailments. The author notes that although these are ‘basic’ poses you could find them challenging. Indeed, I do find several of the poses challenging, even after 5 years of practice. No indication is given on how long you need to practice the poses or if anyone has had success in alleviating ailments. From personal experience and energetically, the poses given for Arthritis and Asthma make perfect sense to me.
I was surprised that the poses suggested for backache did not include a warm up. Also, the advice for constipation didn’t have any ‘twist’ poses. Many yoga teachers recommend twists for supporting your bowels. The poses for long travel also surprised me, no ‘legs up the wall’ pose was recommended. I guess that is not a ‘basic’ pose. Note that a down dog pose was recommended for menstruation and many teachers advise against inversions…down dog is an inversion. I was a bit offended by the implication that ‘menstruation’ and ‘pregnancy’ was on the list of ailments/conditions and needs to be ‘cured’. Maybe this was an over site on the part of the author or lost in translation.
In order to do a true evaluation of the book, one would need to do the postures and see if it indeed healed. I am unable to do this, but I can say with confidence; this book contains good advice. I’ve read similar books authored by teachers who have been practicing and teaching yoga for decades- they all say similar things.
The consensus is: yoga does heal