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Dahn Yoga Announces Meridian Exercises to Work January’s Meridian of the Month, the Governing Vessel Meridian

January 30, 2012

Dahn Yoga & Health Centers, Inc., a national leader in health and wellness, continues its Meridian of the Month series with the Governing Vessel Meridian. Those who take part in Dahn Yoga holistic health exercises can work this channel and help improve their overall well-being.

Gilbert, AZ (PRWEB) January 30, 2012

Dahn Yoga & Health Centers, Inc., a national leader in health and wellness, continues to help individuals balance their bodies and minds with its Meridian of the Month series. Dahn Yoga holistic health exercises for January’s meridian, the Governing Vessel Meridian, offer relief of symptoms such as headaches, respiratory ailments and reproductive issues.

The Governing Vessel Meridian is the pathway where the water of the kidneys flow. Located in the back, beginning in the pelvic cavity and passing through the neck and face, it governs and oversees many other meridians within the body. Dahn Yoga community members who work this channel often report less dizziness, fewer digestive issues and an improvement in urinary incontinence.

There are several Dahn Yoga meridian exercises that protect this channel and help it thrive. To perform the Rolling Back Stretch, individuals should sit with their knees bent and round their spine to form a C-shape. After clasping hands around the legs, practitioners should then gently roll backward on the floor in order to stimulate the spine. Repeat the process 10 to 30 times.

Dahn Yoga understands the benefits of seeking medical advice and treatment for diseases and afflictions, but also believes in the importance of holistic health and fostering the flow of Ki energy proportionately throughout the body. Those who immerse themselves in Dahn Yoga exercises often report a boost to their emotional and physical states.

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