08 Mar

Just when you think you are ready to have a baby and that it would be easy- and your own body betrays you, certainly the biggest challenge!

Motherhood is one of the most joyful experiences in a woman’s life. Where some get to experience it without much of a hassle, some have to really go through a tough phase to actually be a mother!

Long working hours, tight schedules and roaring ambitions have made infertility on the rise among both men and women. There has been a steady rise in the number of couples seeking for fertility counseling and treatments. Anxiety, depression and stress have been the primary reasons for decreasing your fertility rate and without a doubt stress tops them all. So how do we reduce stress? Yoga is the answer. While Yoga does not really guarantee conception but it surely does increase your fertility rate and chances of conceiving.

Let us take you through to some of the most effective ‘Yoga Asanans” which can boost fertility in both men and women.

1. Paschimottanasana (Seated forward bend):


The Paschimottanasana helps in stimulating the ovaries and uterus. And its puts whole lot of pressure on the back, hips and shoulders at the same time.

2. Hastapadasana (Standing forward bend):


In this asana, you just have to stretch your hand and touch the feet in the process, this ultimately boosts your blood flow and stimulates all the organs of the body in the process as well.

3. Janu Shirasana (One-Legged Forward Bend):

Janu Shirasana

This Yoga pose is largely been brought into practice by the pregnant women and it works solely on the lower back region. If performed perfectly, it helps in releasing a lot of pressure from the lower back which comes as a great help for the pregnant women.

4. Baddha Konasana (Butterfly Pose):

Baddha Konasana

This pose usually brings flexibility to the private parts and the hips region and it also stretches the inner thighs, knees and the genitals.

5. Viparita Karani (Legs Up The Wall Pose):

Viparita Karani

This is one of the most effective asana which can help in back ache whilst improving the blood flow in the process. Moreover, it also helps in relaxing the legs and the tired feet.

6. Balasna (Child’s Pose):


During this pose, the core muscles of thighs, hips and ankles comes into picture and it helps in relieving stress and fatigue within the female body.

7. Kapalbhati Pranayama (Rhythmic Rapid Breathing):

Kapalbhati Pranayama

During performing this pose, the blood cells get purified ultimately boosting the quality and quantity of the reproductive cells in both men and women.

8. Nadi Shodhan pranayama (Alternate Nostril Breathing):

Nadi Shodhan pranayama

This pose is been brought in use to calm down the nervous system and also relieves all the physical stress in the process.

9. Bhramari Pranayama (Bee breath):

Bhramari Pranayama

Once the body goes through all the stress, anxiety and tension within the pregnancy period, this is the perfect yoga pose to give a try to.

10. Supported Head Stand:

Supported Head Stand

This is helpful for all the couples who are suffering from hormonal imbalance and also helps in improving the blood flows within the body.

11. Supported Shoulder Stand:

Supported Shoulder Stand

This pose stimulates the thyroid gland when the sternum presses on the thyroid area and comes good whilst relaxing the throat area.

12. Bridge Pose:

Bridge Pose

This comes as one of the best poses to circulate blood flow to the uterus and the ovaries and although it’s tough to perform, it’s still more effective than any other yoga pose.

13. Cobra Pose:

Cobra Pose

This is one of the most important poses to strengthen the back muscle whilst stimulating the hormonal production in the body.

14. Shavasana (Yogic sleep):

This is one of the most effective Yoga poses to relax and calm the body and mind which might gets stressed out due to all the anxiety and stress if infertility.

Try these Yoga Asanas to improve your fertility and conceiving your dreams in a natural way!

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