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Yoga for Covid-19

Shell shocked of corona : Seek yoga for sheer sereneness

While the uncertain medical structure of the country is scanty with an enormous number of corona patients, there are countless with mild symptoms, who have been cautioned to quarantine at home and supervise themselves.

Bodhi yoga explicates them a very effective way to boost stamina at own residence and reinforce the muscles. Our supreme target is to make you mentally and physically healthy and keep you exhilarating all over the day.

What is this coronavirus?

Covid is a transmissible disease provoked by recently detected coronavirus which outspreads substantially via drip of the saliva or nose discharge, when a diseased individual sneezes or coughs.

How does covid affect the body?

Coronavirus is mainly targeting the respiratory system, which encompasses the mouth, nose, throat, and lungs. Infected persons are prone to breathlessness, cough, exhaustion, headache etc., It is anticipated that the elderly or those affected with diabetes, hypertension, and other cardiovascular diseases are vulnerable to covid 19.

Yes. The medical fraternity has been admonishing the diseased individuals to practice yoga and revamp their health, as yoga is a imperative tool for trouble reduction, amelioration of stress and anxiety and boosting the immunity.

What exactly is the yoga sequence to enhance the immunity?

Bodhi yoga elucidates you the authentic yoga sequence, which will not only bolster your immune system amidst the ongoing pandemic but will also tweak your lung capacity that will assist your breathing.

Firstly, start your yoga practice early in the morning with an empty stomach preferably.

Anulom vilom pranayama

Sit comfortably in a cross legged position, rest your left hand on your knee with palm facing upward. Now keep your right thumb on your right nostril and close it gently. Inhale deeply from your left nostril. As your inhalation is complete close your left nostril with the right ring finger and release your thumb from your right nostril and breath out slowly and comfortably. Repeat this pranayama for 4 to 5 times.

Ujjayi breathing

Sit comfortably in a cross legged position with spine erect and place your both the hands, on your knees with palms facing upwards. With your mouth closed, contract the throat constricting the passage. Now breath in through your nose, as long as possible, allowing the air to pass through the constricted region of the throat. After your inhalation is complete, breath out through your nose in the same way. Hissing sound will be heard after few days of practice. Slight irritation in the throat initially while practicing is a normal tendency.

Soon after pranayama, do 6 sets of Surya Namaskara.

Followed by Surya Namaskara, here are few important asanas which boosts your immunity.


  • Stand straight in tadasana, take your right foot back, inhale and stretch the hands in line with the legs.
  • Make sure your left foot is at 90 degrees and your right foot at 45 degrees angle. Exhale bend towards the left side, place the left palm beside your left foot. Right hand pointing upward, look at the right palm.
  • Keep breathing while holding the pose.
  • Inhale come up. Exhale, relax the hands and bring the legs together and repeat on the other side.



  • Lie down on your back.
  • Fold your legs, bring heels close to the buttocks, feet hip-width apart.
  • Hold the ankles or place the palms close to the hips pressed against the mat.
  • Now, while inhaling slowly lift the hips and back until the chin touches the chest.
  • Keep breathing while holding the pose.
  • As you exhale, drop the back and waist down slowly, vertebra by vertebra. Stretch out the legs and release the hands and relax in Shavasana.


  • Come to makarasana, fold the legs and hold the ankles with the palms from the outside.
  • Now inhale, pull the legs upward and lift up the chest. Look forward, make sure your hands are straight, elbows are not bent.
  • Keep breathing while holding the pose.
  • Slowly exhale, bring the chest and legs to the mat.
  • Slowly release the hands and legs.
  • Relax in makarasana. 

Incontinently after the Pranayama and yoga asana’s, end your yoga sequence with meditation.


During these stressful times, mindfulness meditation enriches your immune system. Come upsurge your immunity during this pandemic with Bodhi school of yoga and procure sheer relief.