HEXE: Yoga Mudras

HEXE: Home Exercise

Mudhra therapy is a non-medical mode of treatment which helps without harming.

Mudras are various postures of fingers and thumbs. In mudra therapy, different diseases are treated by holding and retaining the fingers and the thumbs in different ways.

This simple measure surprisingly restores a state of balance (homeostasis) within the body and raises the level of the performer’s resistance. With the patient’s immunity thus trengthened, the disease has no other option but to flee.

Mudra therapy is advantageous in a number of ways:
It is very simple, perhaps the simplest among different non-medical therapies.

Mudras are quite easy to perform. 
It is an extremely gentle form of treatment It is entirely safe since no chemical medicines are employed.

Mudra therapy is inexpensive because no instruments are required.

It is a form of self-treatment. Any person who has acquired basic knowledge about mudras can treat most trivial ailments on his own.

The science of Mudras a part of Yoga is based on the fundamental principles of life, the five elements namely Fire, Space, Wind, Earth and Water. Balance of these elements establishes health and imbalance causes diseases. The diet, lifestyle and stresses of life, lure body and mind away from equilibrium. This causes disturbance in the five elements, hence invite diseases.
Mudras arrest electromagnetic power emitted continuously through our finger tips and maintain equilibrium in the body elements that result in a healthy life. They are mainly performed as gestures by fingers, hand positions and also in combination with asanas. With the right positioning for prescribed periods, Mudras can rejuvenate the body, heal diseases and also help in spiritual awakening. Mudras are not only therapeutic but also prevent ailments. They are very effective.
Through this DVD Ms. Suman Chiplunkar would like to share the Knowledge & Practice of Mudras, which can prove to be of immense help to everyone.

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