Yoga Poses for Plantar Fasciitis

If you have ever heard of yoga, you have probably heard how beneficial it is in improving body flexibility, strength, and mental clarity. But did you know yoga is also useful in treating diseases? Yes, that’s right! There are many poses that target specific ailments and give the practitioner a great deal of relief. Let’s discuss some poses that help with a condition called Plantar Fasciitis. It is a problem in which the sufferer experiences pain in the arch and heels of the feet. So, let’s look at the remedial poses here-

Tadasana (Mountain Pose):

Tadasana is a standing pose, and it can stretch the fascia to make the feet and legs strong. In tadasana, you stand straight with feet almost touching each other. Then you need to raise the balls of your feet carefully and then take back the original position. Move side to side and back and forth, and then come to the original standing position. Make sure your body weight is spread over both the feet.

Baddha Konasana (Bound Angle Pose):

It doesn’t just stretch the feet but also the calves, thighs, and hips. Start by stretching your back straight; do so in a seated position. Now, bend your knees in such a way that the soles of your feet come in contact. Grab your feet with your hands. Try to pull them as closer to your body as possible. Now, lower your bent knees towards the floor. Stay in this position for around 1-3 minutes, then release, relax and do it again. You can also flap your knees up-down if you wish to, but this needs practice.

Prancing Feet Pose-

This pose will strengthen your toes and fascia. You can do it regularly to get all the benefits that this pose has on offer. Besides giving your feet strength, it will also make your tired feet feel rejuvenated after a long walk.

These poses are great for relief from plantar fasciitis. The best thing about these poses is that they are not extremely difficult to do. Almost all the poses just need you to have control over your legs. These, however, are not the only asanas that offer relief from this problem. Some other beneficial poses include the toes pose and the garland pose. These poses can also help you immensely in this regard. There is no restriction on how many of these you can do. Try all for fast relief!

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