Looking to lose weight in your hips and thighs? Yoga is one of the best ways to do so. Asanas (poses) stretch, tone, and help you build lean muscle in your body. Plus, they have tons of other mental and physical benefits, like opening the chest, busting stress, and boosting blood circulation throughout the body.
Yoga can be a great thing for the body. The systematic twisting, bending, as well as holding of the body goes a long way in improving the functioning of body organs. For those suffering from thyroid related conditions, it can help in many ways. It increases blood flow, regularises hormones, balances metabolism, relaxes the mind, and more.
Vertigo is a condition characterised by dizziness and loss of balance – resulting from damage to the inner ear. Yoga for vertigo can be quite helpful, since certain poses can significantly improve the functioning of the brain, nervous system, and other body organs. Here are 5 poses that fight the dizziness and soothe vertigo symptoms.
Yoga is an extremely effective way to shed pounds the healthy way. The great thing about it is that every asana has a variety of physical and mental benefits – so while you practise a pose for weight loss, you’ll also experience side ‘benefits’ like increased energy, healthier lungs, and mental clarity. Without further ado,
Wondering what to eat before doing yoga? Thousands of people do so, when they just begin. Yoga, just like everything Ayurvedic, believes in going easy on the stomach and always eating the right kind of food for the occasion. Teachers of authentic yoga advise students to eat absolutely nothing two hours before doing yoga. Because
Pranayama is a vital part of yoga. It involves regulating the breath, and therefore your entire life force, through various techniques. Why do this? There are immense benefits of pranayama techniques to the body and mind. You will experience improved supply of oxygen to cells, lesser fatigue, better functioning of organs, calmness, better sleep, and
Yesterday, we spoke to you about the Bhastrika breath. Our very special topic for today is another yogic breathing technique taught by Art of Living – Sudarshan Kriya. This powerful technique has proved to have a deeply soul-cleansing and stress busting effect on thousands of people across the world. Here’s everything you need to know
The breath is a wonderful thing. When controlled, it can sedate your nervous system, or pump you up with energy. It can cool your body down, or generate warmth. It can even suppress your appetite or fuel it. Pranayama is the yogic practice of controlling the breath and thereby influencing the state of your body