Yoga for Women’s Health| Yoga to Increase Fertility in the Women

Infertility is not a fault of women or men and can happen to everyone around the world. It is when two people want to conceive and get pregnant and sadly unable to. Unprotected sex for one year and not able to conceive is a major sign of infertility.

It can be because of male and female or either only one of them. Mensurational disorder and some reproduction problem can cause infertility. PCOS/PCOD is among from them and the chart of having this is increasing day by day. Learn more here How to treat Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) Naturally with Yoga

Yoga helps you stay strong, flexible, balanced and fit. Moreover, It is a lifestyle. Yoga is one beautiful way too distressing your mind and body completely. Helps you relax your muscles and nerves internally as well as externally. Let’s learn some amazing yoga asana for fertility.

Yoga Poses to increase fertility



Bhujangasana is the most effective asana for a women’s body. This asana helps in improved breathing and deepen it. It is great for the spine as well as the abdomen area. It tones the ovaries and uterus and helps in menstrual and many gynecological disorders.

Practice Guide:

  • Inhale while rising up.
  • Breathe normally in the final position.
  • Exhale while coming down
  • Repeat this for 5 round, gradually increasing the length of time in final position.

(Contra-Indication: People suffering from Hernia, Peptic ulcer, Intestinal tuberculosis, Hyper Thyroidism should not practice without competent teacher)



This asana helps in massaging all the internal organs including the abdomen area. Activates your body system and promotes it to work properly. Also great for digestion and relieving constipation.

Practice Guide:

  • Inhale while in the lying position.
  • Retain breath inside while assuming the final position
  • Breath slowly and deeply in final position.
  • Hold this asana for 15 seconds at first, gradually increase the time and breaths.

(Contra-indications: Should not be practiced by people suffering from a hernia, Slipped disc, sciatica, high blood pressure and especially arthritis of neck)



This asana stretches the hamstring muscles and increase the flexibility in the hip joints. It tones and massages the entire abdominal and pelvic region, including liver, pancreas and genitals system.

Practice guide:

  • Inhale in the starting position.
  • Exhale slowly while bending forward.
  • Breath slowly and deeply in the final position.
  • Perform this asana up to 5 round and hold gradually.

(Contra-Indications: People suffer from Slipped Disk, Sciatica and Hernia should avoid this asana completely.)



Chakarasana strengthens the legs. It is beneficial to the nervous system, Cardiovascular and glandular system. It influences all the hormonal secretions and helps relieve various gynecological disorders.

Practice Guide:

  • Inhale in the starting position.
  • Retain the breath inside while rising the body up.
  • Breath normally in the final position.
  • Exhale while coming down
  • Perform this asana as long as you feel comfortable only, Do not strain.

(Contra-Indications- Should not be practiced in illness, weakness, weak back, weak wrist, during pregnancy or while feeling tired)



This asana stimulates the muscular, digestive, circulatory, nervous and hormonal systems. Tones all the abdominal organs and really useful for elimination nervous system tension.

Practice Guide:

  • Inhale before raising the body.
  • Retain the breath while holding this asana.
  • Exhale while lying down.
  • Practice 5 rounds and increases further gradually.



This asana is extremely beneficial for the digestive and reproductive systems. It stretches the intestine and tone abdomen organs. It is really helpful for hormonal imbalance and people suffering from asthma.

Practice Guide:

  • Breath normally.
  • Do not try to breathe deeply because the chest area is already wide stretched.

(Contra-Indications- People with severe back ailments such as lumbago should practice only in the presence of competent teacher)



Happy yoga 🙂

Hare Krishna ❤


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