Yoga – it’s all the rage. Hot Yoga, Couples Yoga, Laughter Yoga, Acro-Yoga – all great in so many ways, but have you ever heard of Eye Yoga?
Practicing eye yoga; a series of eye exercises, may help you to overcome various eye-related problems by strengthening those muscles.
Start by splashing eyes with cold water a few times and make sure to keep your head and spine erect when doing the exercises.
Here are a few to get you started.
1) Rub your hands together briskly and when they are warm place them over your eyes until they cool down. Repeat this soothing move a few times.
2) Blink 10 times very quickly, close your eyes and relax for 5 breaths. Repeat 5 times.
3) Stand or sit with a clear view of the horizon, arms by your side. then focus on the tip of your nose for 3 breaths concentrating on your inhale. Look back to the horizon focusing on the exhale for 3 breaths. Repeat 10-20 times.
Eye Yoga for better eye health – it’s just one more way to live Your Life, Unlimited!
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