Yoga in itself is beneficial for the whole body. In relation to that paralysis is a specific kind of dysfunction that results in the inability of the movement of the one or more muscles which eventually results into the loss of feelings of that person in any particular area. By that condition, the body parts those were affected were unable to move. In that context yoga is such a practice that brings cure or restraining conditioning for any kind of chronic diseases.

Thus the yoga for paralysis provides various asanas by which the patients can be able to gain the muscle coordination. In addition carrying out yoga facilitates the stretching of the body which has positive effects on the muscular system including the spine as well as bones. The tension created due to the inactivity of the muscles or the damage of nerve will be healed by yoga and functions of the body improvise.


This pose is considered to be the mountain pose that helps the paralysis patient to help them to get stabilized. It also helps them to have normal breathing. It is carried out by being in padmasana. The individual can get lifted up from padmasana by lifting the hips and thighs keeping the body on knees. Later after few seconds they can come back to relax position.


It is one of the effective poses that help the position of meditation. As it is one of the powerful poses of meditation so it is used in treating paralysis because it helps in the rise of kundalini residing in the human body in the mystical circle.


The name itself indicates the posture of this pose to be of like frog sitting in its hindlegs. It can be carried by sitting in vajrasana with the upturned feet.


It is one of the vital positions that stimulate the vital organs like stomach, kidney, spleen, liver and the intestine. It also helps in stretching and pulling of back muscles and is recommended for the patients of slipped disc, lumbago and rheumatism.

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