3 Yoga Postures to Alleviate Menstrual Cramps.

Via on Mar 18, 2011

via Daily Transformations

Here are my 3 favorite poses to alleviate menstrual cramps.




I always want to throw a shoe at that silly commercial that says “have yourself a happy period”. 

Here’s to having a cramp free one.  :-)

Photo credits: Hero’s pose by David Martinez on evolutionvt.com, camel pose by Paula Self on bodhiatmanyoga.com, child’s pose by minddisorders.com

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5 Responses to “3 Yoga Postures to Alleviate Menstrual Cramps.”

  1. Juliana says:

    Thanks, Tamara! Bookmarking this one…


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  3. Claudia says:

    Thank you, I get these quite a bit! will use next time… :-)

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