Yoga Asanas for Stronger Bones

Utakatasana or chair pose
The chair pose is excellent to strengthen your hips, which is one of the most common areas to suffer bone loss. The asana also improves your balance and hence will decrease your chances of falling and suffering a fracture.

Trikonasana or triangle pose
When you bend sideways in trikonasana, or triangle pose, you feel a gentle stretch throughout your body. The asana will also strengthen your lower back and spine, preventing a compression fracture.

Setubandhasana or bridge pose
Setubandhasana gives an excellent to stretch your chest, back and neck. It can also relieve pressure on your back and make your spine strong.

Virabhadrasana I or warrior I pose
This pose strengthens your back, legs and glutes. While the pose stretches your legs and back, it relaxes your spine.

Bhujangasana or cobra pose
The light backward stretch in bujangasana or cobra pose can help strengthen your wrists and spine. Also, the pose can assist in strengthening your arms, elbows and shoulders. more  

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Not an expert but certain relevant aspects need to be highlighted. Going through various books written by EXPERTS it could be summarized that. Yoga has immense benefits but one must practice it ( at the initial stage) under guidance of a GURU/expert.
*The technique of breathings during each ASANA has it's strong benefits or otherwise.
*Savasan is as useful as any other asana and can be practiced by a person of any age without any problem, but should never be practiced immediately after MEAL.
*Right from Yoga Guru Patanjali, Swamy Shivanand Swaraswati, Swami Dhirendra Brahmachari, Yoga Guru Ayeinger, Acharya Ravishankar, Swami RAM DEV BABA or many others have laid down various forms of Yogasana which revolves around 'Breathing' and 'Correct posture' yet at initial stages each person needs a Guru(Instructor) because the body posture for each person needs to be TUNED UP with special care(initially)
*Pranayam has it's tremendous Salutory impact with 'YOGASANA'. more  
Yoga and asana are good for human body. more  
Which Asanas are recommended for person with Spinal Stenosis - i e person who has
problems with L1 to L5, resulting into undue pain in Hemstring and Calf Muscles? more  
very useful to all senior citizen to practice yoga which keep them young and energetic. more  
it is true that yogasan keep healthy n fit human body. All asanas are on pashu pakshi names unko prakriti ki den hai Aadmi ko seekhna parata hai more  
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