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Yoga Asanas
Yoga Asanas
Yoga Asanas
Yoga Asanas

What Is Yoga ?

Yoga is an ancient practice that incorporates stretching, strengthening, balance, breath to

movement, and mindfulness. Yoga poses not only strengthen and stretch your muscles, but they also
require concentration and a mind-body connection that promotes mindfulness and healthy
behaviors in all parts of your life.


Health Benefits of Yoga

The benefits of yoga go far beyond improving flexibility. A strong and flexible body, peace of mind, good health, even weight loss. It sure pays to hit the mat and benefits of yoga are immense. Recent research shows that far from being a simple system, the complexity of yoga and its many asanas can keep us away from major health ailments and issues.



1. Improve cardiovascular health

Regular yoga therapy induces relaxation in the blood vessels, reduces blood pressure, and increases blood flow to the heart muscle.

2. Cut cancer risk

If there’s a history of cancer in the family, join a yoga class. This may prevent the genetic mutation from expressing.

3. Control of diabetes

Yoga is supposed to increase Agni, the digestive fire. It helps improve digestion, which in turn improves blood sugar levels.

4. Reduce neck and low-back pain

Regularly practicing good postures can straighten your slouch and may help curb chronic neck and low-back pain.

5. Lessen depression

Regularly practicing good postures can straighten your slouch and may help curb chronic neck and low-back pain.

6. Reduce stress

Recent research has linked yoga to lowering levels of cortisol, the stress hormone, especially in women at risk for mental health problems.

7. Sharpen the brain

Focused breath means maximizing oxygenation, and movement increases blood flow to the brain and body. Sharp brains, for sure.

8. Reduce PMS

Researchers have found that women who practiced yoga during a few days of their menstrual cycle were more relaxed and peaceful.

9. Improve intuition

Yoga and meditation help improve and hone intuitive ability. You begin to realize what needs to be done, when, and how, for positive results.

10. Increase energy

A few minutes of yoga can leave you fresh, recharged, and energetic even after a long day.

11. Improves immunity

The many asanas strengthen muscle while breathing techniques and meditation help release stress and improve immunity.

12. Lengthen lifespan and youth

A yoga-based lifestyle can help erase some signs of aging. It is also known to prevent several lifestyle-related diseases caused by oxidative stress and inflammation. Apart from these benefits of yoga, yoga leaves you feeling really good. Isn’t it time you signed up for a session?

Flexible yoga

Do you need to be flexible to do yoga ?

Are you shying away from yoga just because you can barely touch your toes without bending your knees? Well, don’t be discouraged by your inflexibility; you don’t need to be flexible to do yoga. In fact, being very bendy doesn’t make you better at yoga at all.

Those with stiff bodies will encounter a few challenges performing postures at the
outset. But that is why all postures have variations. For beginners or first-timers,
postures can be altered for them to be able to practice and eventually move on to the final posture. For example, in the asana called Padhasthasana, the final posture is bending forward while standing, and touching the palms to the ground and forehead to the knees, while keeping the knees straight. Beginners are asked to bend forward as much as they can, without bending their knees, and instead of placing their palms on the ground, they are allowed to hold the shin bone, or back of the knees.
While doing yoga regularly — two to three times a week for a few months — can
increase flexibility, it also depends on the type of yoga being practiced, the
practitioner’s anatomy and exercise history. If a person had been stretched to the
limits by other exercise forms, and hadn’t achieved any flexibility, there may be little scope for improving on this aspect.

But it’s important to remember flexibility isn’t the only benefit of yoga, which boosts fitness and brings a sense of calm and focus to your life.
We can help you build the right yoga fitness and diet plan for you. Get in touch.

Flexible yoga

Why you should choose a online yoga class ?

As a online yoga trainer, I’ve often been asked how I can teach when I’m not face-to- face with my client. After all, proper supervision is necessary for anyone to master the posture, angles and moves for every asana. But I think there are several benefits to a online yoga class. For instance, the most common excuse for skipping any exercise class is lack of time. “I am busy, I have no time to go to class,” I’ve often heard people say. That excuse doesn’t work with virtual yoga, where you can do everything you could do in a class where the instructor is face-to-face, but at a time and place that best works for you. Here’s how it is done:

  • First, a personalized plan is prepared based on the client’s needs. Often, asanas are
    modified based on the client’s level of flexibility, experience and health. For example, Surya
    Namaskar is modified for beginners and also for people who have back pain, high blood
    pressure, tight hamstrings, tight hips, etc. It’s the same with other asanas. With step-by-step
    guidance, clients are taught to reach the final posture.
  • Clients are encouraged to practice the same asana several times at their own pace. There is
    no need to keep up with others, since the class is tailored to their speed.
  • Clients can use props that are available at home like a towel, dining chair, sofa, diwan
    pillows, etc to practice difficult asanas instead of buying fancy props that are used in studios.
  • If a client faces any difficulty in performing the asana, the trainer is available to talk them
    through it. There are several ways in which this can be done There is also the option of
    conducting an live class.
  • Lastly, there’s the cost advantage. Yoga classes can be expensive, and a personalized
    session costs even more, but if you choose a online programme like ours, sessions are part
    of a larger diet and fitness plan and still cost less than a class.

Why women should make time for yoga

It is the day and age of the multitalented and multifaceted women, who handle their professional and personal lives with utmost finesse. However, the constantly changing lifestyle and stressful environments have brought about serious health issues that are affecting them. Across the world, women suffer from cardiovascular diseases, breast cancer, polycystic ovarian disease (PCOD), osteoporosis, and depression. That’s not all. Incidences of stroke, obesity, hypertension, and diabetes are also common.


Yoga, better known as a body and mind cleanser, has umpteen benefits. Regular
practice helps women maintain better physical and mental health, energy levels, and
self-esteem. It can also help with several medical conditions:

  • Several studies have shown that yoga can lower blood pressure, cholesterol, and lower the
    risk of heart disease.
  • It helps in pain management – back pain, joint pain caused due to arthritis, and carpal passage disorder.
  • It helps tackle stress
  • It helps cope with depression naturally
  • It helps deal with PMS and all its symptoms, be it insomnia, irritability, discomfort, depression, or headaches.
  • It boosts metabolism, helps manage weight better, tones the body, and improves the sleep cycle.
  • Research has shown that women who habitually practice yoga tend to have better sex lives.
  • Women who practice yoga during or after breast cancer treatment experience less pain and discomfort.
  • Regular yoga massages the internal organs improves the immune system and the body’s ability to prevent and fight diseases.

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Office : Swayambhu Ganesh Market, Near Konkan Hotel, Opp. Janadhar Medical Store, Kannamwar Nagar 2, Vikhroli East, Mumbai 400083. 

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