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Sunday fitness goals: 6 Yoga exercises to tone your thighs and hips

Our daily routines seriously lack physical movement because of the desk-bound lifestyles we lead and many of us work jobs that require us to sit down for a significant portion of the day. This causes us to gain additional body fat in the hips and thighs in addition to weakening the lower body but don't worry if you're one of those persons who wants to tone their hips and thighs as you might begin by performing daily basic squats however, for the sake of your knee joints and lower back, make sure you perform it correctly. (Алекке Блажин) 9
Our daily routines seriously lack physical movement because of the desk-bound lifestyles we lead and many of us work jobs that require us to sit down for a significant portion of the day. This causes us to gain additional body fat in the hips and thighs in addition to weakening the lower body but don't worry if you're one of those persons who wants to tone their hips and thighs as you might begin by performing daily basic squats however, for the sake of your knee joints and lower back, make sure you perform it correctly. (Алекке Блажин)
Updated on Jan 08, 2023 02:07 PM IST

11 Yoga asanas for digestion

The human body is an advanced and complex machine that is capable of incredible feats and the body needs nutrients in order to function properly. It gets its nutrients from the foods and beverages we eat but in addition to vitamins, minerals and water, digestion provides your body with proteins, lipids and carbohydrates. If you want to remain healthy, you must ensure that your stomach is functioning properly. The digestive system breaks down nutrients, which the body then absorbs for use in cell growth, repair and energy. Some Yoga postures stimulate, cleanse, and support a healthy digestive system. Vajrasana is the only pose that can be performed immediately after eating. In an interview with HT Lifestyle, Himalayan Siddhaa Akshar, Founder of Akshar Yoga Institutions, Himalaya Yoga Ashrama and World Yoga Organisation, revealed to Zarafshan Shiraz a list of 10 Yoga exercises for digestion and encouraged practitioners to try to maintain each asana for five sets of no less than 30 seconds. (Yan Krukau) 13
The human body is an advanced and complex machine that is capable of incredible feats and the body needs nutrients in order to function properly. It gets its nutrients from the foods and beverages we eat but in addition to vitamins, minerals and water, digestion provides your body with proteins, lipids and carbohydrates. If you want to remain healthy, you must ensure that your stomach is functioning properly. The digestive system breaks down nutrients, which the body then absorbs for use in cell growth, repair and energy. Some Yoga postures stimulate, cleanse, and support a healthy digestive system. Vajrasana is the only pose that can be performed immediately after eating. In an interview with HT Lifestyle, Himalayan Siddhaa Akshar, Founder of Akshar Yoga Institutions, Himalaya Yoga Ashrama and World Yoga Organisation, revealed to Zarafshan Shiraz a list of 10 Yoga exercises for digestion and encouraged practitioners to try to maintain each asana for five sets of no less than 30 seconds. (Yan Krukau)
Updated on Jan 04, 2023 03:50 PM IST

Yoga in pregnancy: Check out these 5 Yoga asanas for pregnant women

Yoga is an age-old, traditional practise that addresses all facets of wellbeing including mental, emotional and spiritual wellness and Yoga or more especially prenatal yoga as it is known, can be used to prepare for childbirth because it is a holistic science. Yoga during pregnancy is not only believed to be safe but also to be a diverse form of exercise. In an interview with HT Lifestyle, Himalayan Siddhaa Akshar told Zarafshan Shiraz, “Women go through a lot of physical discomfort during pregnancy and Yoga encourages flexibility, mental clarity and concentrated breathing to counter this. Prenatal Yoga is healthy for pregnant women and their unborn children, according to numerous studies and researches.”  (Yan Krukau) 9
Yoga is an age-old, traditional practise that addresses all facets of wellbeing including mental, emotional and spiritual wellness and Yoga or more especially prenatal yoga as it is known, can be used to prepare for childbirth because it is a holistic science. Yoga during pregnancy is not only believed to be safe but also to be a diverse form of exercise. In an interview with HT Lifestyle, Himalayan Siddhaa Akshar told Zarafshan Shiraz, “Women go through a lot of physical discomfort during pregnancy and Yoga encourages flexibility, mental clarity and concentrated breathing to counter this. Prenatal Yoga is healthy for pregnant women and their unborn children, according to numerous studies and researches.”  (Yan Krukau)
Updated on Jan 02, 2023 06:27 PM IST

Yoga for menstrual cramps: Try these 5 exercises to ease period pain

Some women experience the issue of menstrual cramps during their monthly cycle. This happens when the uterus contracts to discard the endometrium but the menstrual cramps can be painful and uncomfortable and some common ways of dealing with them is to use a hot water bottle, drink some hot soothing tea and in a few cases even medication may be taken. Exercise of any form immediately refreshes the body and Yoga is a safe solution as some women deal with menstrual pain in the form of back aches, inner thigh pain, nausea, dizziness, headaches and stools. The conditions differs from individual to individual depending on an array of factors. Yoga boosts your physical and mental well-being to keep you cramp-free during your periods, improves your mood, can be a supportive companion to ease menstrual discomfort, help you to relax both body and mind and is a great way to strengthen and improve flexibility. A session of Yoga asanas, pranayama and meditation can effectively balance your mood and ease menstrual cramps. In an interview with HT Lifestyle, Himalayan Siddha, Akshar, Founder of Akshar Yoga Research and Development Centre, revealed to Zarafshan Shiraz about the 5 Yoga asanas that can ease period pain or help deal with menstrual cramps: (cottonbro) 6
Some women experience the issue of menstrual cramps during their monthly cycle. This happens when the uterus contracts to discard the endometrium but the menstrual cramps can be painful and uncomfortable and some common ways of dealing with them is to use a hot water bottle, drink some hot soothing tea and in a few cases even medication may be taken. Exercise of any form immediately refreshes the body and Yoga is a safe solution as some women deal with menstrual pain in the form of back aches, inner thigh pain, nausea, dizziness, headaches and stools. The conditions differs from individual to individual depending on an array of factors. Yoga boosts your physical and mental well-being to keep you cramp-free during your periods, improves your mood, can be a supportive companion to ease menstrual discomfort, help you to relax both body and mind and is a great way to strengthen and improve flexibility. A session of Yoga asanas, pranayama and meditation can effectively balance your mood and ease menstrual cramps. In an interview with HT Lifestyle, Himalayan Siddha, Akshar, Founder of Akshar Yoga Research and Development Centre, revealed to Zarafshan Shiraz about the 5 Yoga asanas that can ease period pain or help deal with menstrual cramps: (cottonbro)
Updated on Aug 12, 2022 11:47 AM IST

International Day of Yoga 2022: 3 Yoga exercises to beat the lazy mornings

We all have had those lazy, lethargic mornings when we just can’t shake the feeling of sluggishness, even when we’ve technically gotten enough sleep, especially in this summer season. If you are dealing with laziness and looking for perfect solutions to stay re-energised during this time of season, then Yoga is the best way to go! In an interview with HT Lifestyle ahead of International Day of Yoga 2022, Yoga expert Abhishek Otwal shared, “Yoga can be your defending shield during this changing season that will not only give you warmth and relaxation but will also strengthen your immune system and perfectly change your gloomy mood into cheerful and energetic one.” He listed 3 Yoga asanas which you can practice to beat the lazy mornings: (Amin Sujan) 5
We all have had those lazy, lethargic mornings when we just can’t shake the feeling of sluggishness, even when we’ve technically gotten enough sleep, especially in this summer season. If you are dealing with laziness and looking for perfect solutions to stay re-energised during this time of season, then Yoga is the best way to go! In an interview with HT Lifestyle ahead of International Day of Yoga 2022, Yoga expert Abhishek Otwal shared, “Yoga can be your defending shield during this changing season that will not only give you warmth and relaxation but will also strengthen your immune system and perfectly change your gloomy mood into cheerful and energetic one.” He listed 3 Yoga asanas which you can practice to beat the lazy mornings: (Amin Sujan)
Updated on Jun 19, 2022 10:58 AM IST

5 yoga asanas to boost your child's mental health

As the schools reopen and the little-ones return to offline classes, many of them may face anxiety issues after two years of remote learning. Yoga is a great way to soothe your child's anxiety and calm their mind. 6
As the schools reopen and the little-ones return to offline classes, many of them may face anxiety issues after two years of remote learning. Yoga is a great way to soothe your child's anxiety and calm their mind. "Kids too can experience anxiety, confusion, and a lack of motivation from time to time. Introduce them to yoga which can help them shoo away such troubles," says Ayurveda expert Dr Nikita Kohli. Here are 5 asanas she advises for children to boost their mental health.(Pexels)
Published on Apr 05, 2022 03:07 PM IST

Yoga asanas that can be your buddy in losing postpartum weight

Losing belly fat and whipping up in shape once cleared for exercise following childbirth, is on the bucket list of all new mommies while they handle the big and tedious task of taking care of a newborn baby and if postpartum weight is giving you sleepless nights too, this article is just for you. (Pixabay) 8
Losing belly fat and whipping up in shape once cleared for exercise following childbirth, is on the bucket list of all new mommies while they handle the big and tedious task of taking care of a newborn baby and if postpartum weight is giving you sleepless nights too, this article is just for you. (Pixabay)
Updated on Mar 27, 2022 04:32 PM IST

Yoga for breast cancer: Yoga expert reveals 5 exercises to reduce the risk

In an interview with Zarafshan Shiraz, Himalayan Siddha - Grand Master Akshar suggests the following yoga asanas to reduce the risk of breast cancer. Practice them early in the morning, or in the evening. Give your awareness to alignment and breath to get the maximum benefit of the poses.  (Twitter/Yogaissexy) 6
In an interview with Zarafshan Shiraz, Himalayan Siddha - Grand Master Akshar suggests the following yoga asanas to reduce the risk of breast cancer. Practice them early in the morning, or in the evening. Give your awareness to alignment and breath to get the maximum benefit of the poses.  (Twitter/Yogaissexy)
Updated on Jan 29, 2022 02:24 PM IST

Pilates to Yoga, here are some fitness trends of 2021

If there was any good that came out of Covid-19 pandemic, it was to leave us with a greater appreciation for fitness and making us prioritise health like never before. The months of lockdowns saw our living rooms turn into workout studios as going to the gym was out of question to avoid the spread of coronavirus. Hence, to boost the mind-body connection, we had nowhere to turn to within the four walls of our house except to exercise. Here are some fitness trends of 2021 that made us look forward to grind sessions.(Photo by bruce mars on Unsplash) 13
If there was any good that came out of Covid-19 pandemic, it was to leave us with a greater appreciation for fitness and making us prioritise health like never before. The months of lockdowns saw our living rooms turn into workout studios as going to the gym was out of question to avoid the spread of coronavirus. Hence, to boost the mind-body connection, we had nowhere to turn to within the four walls of our house except to exercise. Here are some fitness trends of 2021 that made us look forward to grind sessions.(Photo by bruce mars on Unsplash)
Updated on Dec 19, 2021 07:03 PM IST

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

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) 7
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
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