Spent the whole day volunteering for the Art of living Happiness workshop. It like being in bliss for each and every second. A YOGI just doing yogasanas is incomplete without pranayama, meditation and sadhna.
All the other halves in a yogi’s life which I missed is given to me by my Guru’s grace 😇
And not just one have got many beautiful teacher and guides on this path of mine who have always given me endless learnings, experiences and opportunities.
Here’s my heart fed gratitude to the 4 pillars of my life:
My mother, my father and my two yoga gurus.
Take care of your thoughts when you're alone and take care of your words when with people!!!
And for the detoxification of both MEDITATE 😇😊
Amidst the beautiful mountains balancing was the best I could do 😄. Here's a glimpse of it.
How to do it???
Raise up your right leg and fold it. Hold it with the right leg tightly. Extend hands and legs all together slowly making balance on the left leg.
Tada you have done it 😉
Scrawling down my Instagram feed I once saw this pose, it seemed real beautiful and I tried doing it the moment itself but could not. Slipping down to floor I realised things that may seem easy, look easy may actually be not the same. And then that is how I started figuring out poses and asanas that are immensely beautiful to look at yet quite difficult to perform.
With this I went on with regular trial of doing the Goddess pose and here I am with it. In beginning for doing the goddess pose you need to strengthen the inner thighs and the calf muscles in order to withstand the whole body weight on you toes and legs. Slowly and gradually over a period of practice you will achieve the target "Goddess pose".
If you wish to conquer the goddess in you try and do the pose. You can definitely click a picture and send it to me.
Stretch it out! Stretch it out regularly to avoid tightening of your muscles. Always begin your workout with basics of warmup and stretching so that no muscle pull or rupture happens. In order to have a fluid like movement in your body you need to work a little to reach up a threshold temperature so as to attain better results. After having done with your warmup continue with your regular yogic practices. And don’t forget to stretch back again and do some cooling down exercises after you are done with your workout.
This International Yoga Day, realise that your body is your biggest wealth. So workout for your wealth, fall in love with your body regardless of your weight, size and shape.
Shwetal wishes you a happy, fit and healthy lifestyle.
Balance is an essential element in ones life. Here’s why balancing yoga asanas are important:
- Strengthening of muscles and joints of the body.
- Pacifies and stills the mind.
- Develops self assurance physically and mentally.
- Build up heat levels in body, particularly abdominal fire.
- Builds agility, strength, over all harmony and stamina.
- Forward tilts of torso sends high speed blood flowing into the heart, specially the neglected lower region cleaning the veins and arteries out.