There is no doubt about the power Yoga has over the mind body and soul.Here are a few poses that you could try out to help live with diabetes and make your life easier!


In Iyengar yoga, when performing Tāḍāsana, the arms can be raised over the head or kept at the sides of the legs. In Iyengar yoga styles, Samasthitiḥ is synonymous with Tāḍāsana 


Iyengar claims practice of this Trikonasana improves the flexibility of the spine, corrects alignment of the shoulders; relieves backache, gastritis, indigestion, acidity, flatulence; massages and tones the pelvic organs, corrects the effects of a sedentary lifestyle or faulty posture, assists treatment of neck sprains, reduces stiffness in the neck, shoulders and knees, strengthens the ankles and tones the ligaments of the arms and legs. 


The name comes from the Sanskrit words utthita meaning “extended”, parsva meaning “side or flank”, kona meaning “angle”


This āsana is a counter posture to Uttitha Trikonasana but in reality is a much more complex āsana.

Virabhadrasanas  are poses commemorating the exploits of a mythical warrior. The character Virabhdadra is not simply a warrior. Like Shiva, he destroys to save: His real enemy is the ego.By cutting off the head of the ego, Virabhadra helps remind us to humble ourselves.

The name of this pose comes from “setu” meaning “bridge”, “bandha” meaning “bound”, “sarvanga” meaning “full body”, and “asana” meaning “posture” or “seat”.Setu Bandha Sarvangasana has many benefits: it strengthens the leg and glute muscles, increases the spinal flexibility, opens up the chest and front shoulders.

Place a chair with its back to the wall. Fold your mat up and place it on the seat of the chair. Place a block on top turned up the tallest way. If you have long legs, you might need two blocks to get the knee high enough. If your legs are proportionally shorter, you can turn the block down a level.

Stand with your right hip at the wall, your left hip directly above the ankle and the foot pointing straight ahead, not turned out. Bend the right leg and place the right foot up on the block.Link the thumbs, inhale and reach the arms up alongside the ears.Exhale and turn the trunk towards the wall and bring the arms into position.

Sit sideways in the chair with the chair back to your right.
Link the thumbs and pull the arms up alongside the ears, lengthening the sides of the trunk and widening the chest.
Exhale and turn the trunk to the right, bringing the hands to the chair back.
Inhale, draw the sides up.
Exhale and turn.
Hold the pose for several breaths before repeating on the other side.