5 most powerful yoga poses to increase height

People in today’s fast-paced world do not have time to practice yoga or exercise. If you practice yoga on a regular basis, you can maintain your physical and mental wellness. At the same time, many individuals are upset by their child’s small height, especially parents who are concerned about how to increase the child’s height. In such a case, the yogasanas listed below may significantly increase your child’s height.

Here are 5 most powerful yoga poses to increase height


Surya Namaskar

For maximum effects, Surya Namaskar should be performed at sunrise and sunset. This yoga is a greeting to the Sun, the God of Energy. It has a total of 12 poses, done cyclically. Because it increases important hormones in the body, this yoga is renowned for increasing height.


The name of the yoga pose Tadasana comes from the Sanskrit word “Tada,” which meaning “high like a palm tree.” To do this asana, stand upright on the floor with your legs, waist and neck in a straight line. Then, gently raise up onto your toes.


Vrikshasana opens your body from top to bottom, stimulating all your senses. It also aids in enhancing stamina and focus. To do this pose, stand tall with your arms up in the namaskar mudra and your right leg folded over your left thigh.


Start by extending your legs forward, being care to keep your knees slightly bent throughout. Keep your back straight and raise your arms in the sky. Breathe out and bring your upper body on your lower body by leaning forward at the hips. If you are unable to grip your big toes with your fingers, try holding any accessible part.


Since this involves a back bend, be certain that you’re warmed up properly. Starting on your back, firmly place your feet on the mat by folding your legs. Placing your palms on the floor below your ears, turn your arms at the shoulders. Now take a deep inhale and raise your body at the same time. Lean back and keep a relaxed neck posture.


Disclaimer: Tips and suggestions mentioned in the article are for general information purposes only and should not be construed as professional medical advice. Always consult your doctor or a dietician before starting any fitness programme or making any changes to your diet.