Of the seven Lajin postures we have recommended, Lajin in reclining posture (best on a Lajin bench) delivers the most comprehensive effects. You can practice it to prevent and self-heal almost all illnesses.


For other postures, choose according to your specific condition. If you have shoulder problems, you can practice Lajin in standing posture; if you have eye and neck problems, you can practice neck Lajin, and sleep on a hard surface without a pillow; if you have leg and foot problems, you can do Lajin on a stand board; if you have difficulty squatting down, you can practice Lajin in squatting posture; if you have period pain, or problems with the liver, spleen and kidneys, you can practice Lajin in Y-shape posture more often.