From Broga to Aerial Yoga, here are some Yoga trends of 2021

As health and wellness became a priority amid Covid-19 lockdowns, living rooms quickly converted into yoga studios and before we knew, we started leaning on these light therapy and fitness exercises are they offered tempting trends. From Broga to Aerial Yoga, here are some Yoga trends of 2021

Updated On Dec 18, 2021 07:58 PM IST
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The adverse effects of Covid-19 lockdowns, packed with job insecurities and traumas of losing loved ones to coronavirus pandemic have affected our mental health which is why we need to turn to Yoga as it is therapeutic. From increasing body awareness to creating mental clarity and calmness, Yoga is backed with health benefits that even improve a person's mental well-being. Here are some Yoga trends of 2021: (Pixabay)
Updated on Dec 18, 2021 07:58 PM IST

The adverse effects of Covid-19 lockdowns, packed with job insecurities and traumas of losing loved ones to coronavirus pandemic have affected our mental health which is why we need to turn to Yoga as it is therapeutic. From increasing body awareness to creating mental clarity and calmness, Yoga is backed with health benefits that even improve a person's mental well-being. Here are some Yoga trends of 2021: (Pixabay)

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Broga or Yoga for Men - According to health experts, Yoga is a useful tool for men to remain flexible and healthy as they age. It removes toxins from the body to help men smell better, calms the mind and prevent injuries during workout apart from building more muscles, relieving stress and loosening joints to get more flexible. As per a study published in Journal of Sexual Medicine, Yoga appears to be an effective method of improving sexual functions in men in all domains - desire, intercourse satisfaction, performance, confidence, partner synchronization, erection, ejaculatory control, orgasm. From reducing anxiety and increasing body awareness to boosting arousal, Yoga provides the foundation of flexibility and strength that every man needs. (Photo by Indian Yogi (Yogi Madhav) on Unsplash)
Updated on Dec 18, 2021 07:58 PM IST

Broga or Yoga for Men - According to health experts, Yoga is a useful tool for men to remain flexible and healthy as they age. It removes toxins from the body to help men smell better, calms the mind and prevent injuries during workout apart from building more muscles, relieving stress and loosening joints to get more flexible. As per a study published in Journal of Sexual Medicine, Yoga appears to be an effective method of improving sexual functions in men in all domains - desire, intercourse satisfaction, performance, confidence, partner synchronization, erection, ejaculatory control, orgasm. From reducing anxiety and increasing body awareness to boosting arousal, Yoga provides the foundation of flexibility and strength that every man needs. (Photo by Indian Yogi (Yogi Madhav) on Unsplash)

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Aerial yoga - Aerial yoga inversions require a stable core to aid in changing positions while suspended mid air and controlling the balance helps burn calories. Apart from strengthening the core, it also strengthens and lengthens the spine, increases flexibility of the body, increases the neuroplasticity of the brain, helps lengthen the ligaments, offers relief from hip pain and eases tensions in the back. Flipping upside down offers more than just peace and relaxation. From temporarily improving blood circulation in the body to giving a person more energy and focus in the long term, aerial yoga inversions are full of benefits. The inverted pose is especially helpful for those who spend too much time at office desk and it gives the practitioner’s hips a deep stretch along with helping to re-align the spine.(Photo by Benjamin Wedemeyer on Unsplash)
Updated on Dec 18, 2021 07:58 PM IST

Aerial yoga - Aerial yoga inversions require a stable core to aid in changing positions while suspended mid air and controlling the balance helps burn calories. Apart from strengthening the core, it also strengthens and lengthens the spine, increases flexibility of the body, increases the neuroplasticity of the brain, helps lengthen the ligaments, offers relief from hip pain and eases tensions in the back. Flipping upside down offers more than just peace and relaxation. From temporarily improving blood circulation in the body to giving a person more energy and focus in the long term, aerial yoga inversions are full of benefits. The inverted pose is especially helpful for those who spend too much time at office desk and it gives the practitioner’s hips a deep stretch along with helping to re-align the spine.(Photo by Benjamin Wedemeyer on Unsplash)

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Yoga for mental fitness - A Harvard research revealed that “Yoga brings mental benefits such as reduced anxiety and depression. What may be more surprising is that it actually makes your brain work better.” Since many of us continue to work from home, here are 5 easy Yoga asana to better your breathing and meditation which in turn can work wonders for your mental health and build mental clarity.(Pixabay)
Updated on Dec 18, 2021 07:58 PM IST

Yoga for mental fitness - A Harvard research revealed that “Yoga brings mental benefits such as reduced anxiety and depression. What may be more surprising is that it actually makes your brain work better.” Since many of us continue to work from home, here are 5 easy Yoga asana to better your breathing and meditation which in turn can work wonders for your mental health and build mental clarity.(Pixabay)

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Yoga for students - Namita Piparaiya who is a Yoga and Ayurveda lifestyle specialist and founder of Yoganama, suggests that Yoga's breathing techniques have calming effect on students, especially those who will be attending board examinations. It breaks the ‘exam fever’ as the advice to “breathe deeply” does not always help with relaxation and can even make anxiety work. “The fastest way to get some relief from exam stress is to take some slow deep breaths. When we start breathing slowly it starts relaxing the nervous system and helps put us at ease,” Namita revealed. She added, “However, a soon as we say ‘breathe deeply’, people start over breathing by trying to take excessively large amount of air in - which doesn’t help with relaxation and can even make anxiety work. Therefore its important to get the technique of deep breathing right to get the most out of this practice.”(Pixabay)
Updated on Dec 18, 2021 07:58 PM IST

Yoga for students - Namita Piparaiya who is a Yoga and Ayurveda lifestyle specialist and founder of Yoganama, suggests that Yoga's breathing techniques have calming effect on students, especially those who will be attending board examinations. It breaks the ‘exam fever’ as the advice to “breathe deeply” does not always help with relaxation and can even make anxiety work. “The fastest way to get some relief from exam stress is to take some slow deep breaths. When we start breathing slowly it starts relaxing the nervous system and helps put us at ease,” Namita revealed. She added, “However, a soon as we say ‘breathe deeply’, people start over breathing by trying to take excessively large amount of air in - which doesn’t help with relaxation and can even make anxiety work. Therefore its important to get the technique of deep breathing right to get the most out of this practice.”(Pixabay)

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Bridal Yoga - According to Advait Yogbhushan, Founder of Himalayan Yogi Institutes, Sacred Science Teacher, “A bride aims to look her best with clothing choices and makeup aesthetics. Preparing herself with Yogic practice will only enhance her appearance on the special day. Yoga has the ability to provide anyone with the finest conditions of body and mind.” He added, “The stiffness and misalignment of Fascia causes problems like hip fat, double chin, lower abdomen fat and saggy chest. The correct yogic practices bring fascia in its natural state and releases collected tension in the body. The practice of these Yoga asanas will not only make you feel good, but make you look great by lifting up your body and spirit.” (Twitter/khyatizyana26)
Updated on Dec 18, 2021 07:58 PM IST

Bridal Yoga - According to Advait Yogbhushan, Founder of Himalayan Yogi Institutes, Sacred Science Teacher, “A bride aims to look her best with clothing choices and makeup aesthetics. Preparing herself with Yogic practice will only enhance her appearance on the special day. Yoga has the ability to provide anyone with the finest conditions of body and mind.” He added, “The stiffness and misalignment of Fascia causes problems like hip fat, double chin, lower abdomen fat and saggy chest. The correct yogic practices bring fascia in its natural state and releases collected tension in the body. The practice of these Yoga asanas will not only make you feel good, but make you look great by lifting up your body and spirit.” (Twitter/khyatizyana26)

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Bedtime Yoga - From relieving chronic stress patterns to increasing body awareness and creating mental clarity and calmness, Yoga is packed with health benefits courtesy its meditation and breathing poses that sharpen concentration, brightens up one’s mood and relaxes the body to help you sleep better. From improving strength, balance and flexibility to easing arthritis symptoms and heart health, regular Yoga practice boosts immunity and keeps diseases at bay. If you are struggling to fall asleep every night, try Yoga asanas just before bedtime as they are a great remedy to release stress, anxiety or tension in the mind or body and help restore balance to prepare you for a good night's rest. (Twitter/MindfulOnline)
Updated on Dec 18, 2021 07:58 PM IST

Bedtime Yoga - From relieving chronic stress patterns to increasing body awareness and creating mental clarity and calmness, Yoga is packed with health benefits courtesy its meditation and breathing poses that sharpen concentration, brightens up one’s mood and relaxes the body to help you sleep better. From improving strength, balance and flexibility to easing arthritis symptoms and heart health, regular Yoga practice boosts immunity and keeps diseases at bay. If you are struggling to fall asleep every night, try Yoga asanas just before bedtime as they are a great remedy to release stress, anxiety or tension in the mind or body and help restore balance to prepare you for a good night's rest. (Twitter/MindfulOnline)

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