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The Significance Of A Balanced Diet

By newblog | November 28th, 2018 | LEAVE A COMMENT

“ You are what you eat ” this statement itself tells you the importance of food in your life. The diet you consume directly determines your health and everything else in turn. The diet that you consume should be balanced in nutrients, adaptable to your life, and should be ideal for your body type. Read on to know more about the basics of what comprises of a balanced diet.

What is a Balanced Diet? Simply put, a balanced diet consists of an ideal quantity and ratio of diet that stimulates good health and growth. The body should get its nutrients from different sources like:

Fruits

Vegetables

Whole grains

Legumes

Nuts

Protein

Eating a healthy diet is important for healthy tissue and properly functioning organs. Lack of a balanced diet may lead to diseases, fatigue or infections. A balanced diet is also a subjective diet. Different body types need different ratio and quantities of nutrients. For example, ectomorphs can intake more fat and need more amounts of calories in the form of fats and proteins. Whereas, endomorphs, have almost negligible scope for intaking fat and need to function on high proteins and low carbs.

Some healthy sources of starch-based nutrients are potatoes, bread, rice etc. For protein foods like beans, pulses, eggs, and meat are advised. When consuming fats you have to make sure that it’s consumed in little quantities and that the sources are healthy fats like cheese.

 

Portioning is a major part of a balanced diet, having a balanced diet doesn’t only mean eating right but also eating in the right proportion and portions. It’s important to keep a track of serving sizes and how many amounts of calories you take in. Knowing the amounts of calories you’re going to intake and how many portions you will intake it in solves half the problem.

This is why when you eat outside, you have to remember to consume regular and light sized meals so that you aren’t digesting too many calories.

Make sure you add variety to the source of your macronutrients. Nature is a wonder maker, the more color and textures you have on your plate the more of an indication it is of a balanced diet being consumed. Ensure that you do not overcook your food or add too much cooking oil. Overcooking or over frying your food will kill all the nutrients the food inherently has, it’s always a good idea to lightly saute your food and if that is not an option then consume it boiled.

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Mindfulness And Its Benefits

By newblog | November 23rd, 2018 | LEAVE A COMMENT

First off, let’s understand the difference and similarities between mindfulness and meditation. Think of them as the two different sides of the same coin. Consider yoga to be a superset which contains a subset called mindfulness.Meditation broadly involves consciousness, concentration, and self-regulation. Being in the present, past and future is what yoga typically has to offer.

 

Mindfulness is the specific act of focusing on the present moment. It’s about living in the here and the now. Acceptance and submission without judgement. For example, if you’re drinking coffee, exercising mindfulness would mean being fully aware and receptive of its aroma, taste, and color. It is about creating a space around us which is exclusively for ourselves, space to live, think, breathe and evolve.

Benefits of Practicing Mindfulness

Reduced Overthinking:
When a person is dealing with anxiety, the mind tends to galavant into different avenues and is usually distracted or found ruminating. Once the negative thought has entered your brain, it will want to start growing and take more and more space and control. Mindfulness will teach you how to not feed the thought and let it pass as soon as it enters your mind.

Reduced Stress:
Everyday life in the present times can be very stressful. Work pressure, relationship trouble, family issues what have you! Stress can lead to an excessive spike in the cortisol levels, which in turn can lead to major health problems. Mindfulness can reduce stress by not allowing it to germinate.

Improves focus and concentration:
The ability to focus or concentrate on something is probably the single most important ability when it comes to having a successful work or family life. Hence inevitably, the ability to focus is a basic prerequisite to success in life. Mindfulness is an antidote to a mind that tends to easily wander off in a different place.

Reduces Emotional volatility:
A lot of people who might be calm in general might have a tendency to be emotionally volatile in relationships or in social bonds. Being in a mindful state allows to not get emotionally swayed and view the bigger picture from a bird’s-eye point of view.

Higher Cognitive flexibility:
People will have a higher more complete understanding of their brain with the help of practicing mindfulness.This means people who practice mindfulness will have a higher, more streamlined intuition.

Self Analysis and Suppressed Ego:
People who practice mindfulness develop a sense of self-analysis, where everything is broken down and studied from a non biased logical approach. This helps in forming neurotic pathways in the brain where the ego is not only kept in check but also minimized.

 

Practicing mindfulness is for all people of all ages, genders, cast, race, and creeds.Everyone has something to gain from this wonderful art form. Contact us for more details and plans. http://www.wellzee.com/contact-us

Yoga for Beginners: Your Guide to the 5 Most Popular Types of Yoga

By newblog | November 15th, 2018 | LEAVE A COMMENT

Yoga is an ancient Hindu discipline that amalgamates physical, mental and spiritual senses.It involves flexibility, mindfulness and meditation. Developed in India in the fifth century, yoga is now a popular practice across the world. People of different age groups, body types and mental states need different types of yoga to reap its true benefit.

 

1. Hatha Yoga –  This is perhaps the most popular and basic form of yoga. Hatha literally means “The Force”, thus hatha yoga lays emphasis on building physical strength and endurance by helping students maintain proper posture using the right techniques. The ‘asanas’ are usually slow moving making it ideal for beginners to grasp the nuances of breathing techniques and holding postures.

2. Vinyasa Yoga – Vinyasa yoga is also commonly referred to as ‘flow’ yoga. It usually seamlessly free flows from one posture to another making use of breathing techniques. This is not a fixed form of yoga and no two classes are same, as it is usually improvised on the spur of the moment. It is more vigorous and rapid flowing than ‘Hatha’ yoga and can be subjectively moulded and interpreted.

 

3. Iyengar Yoga – In contrast to the previous two types of yoga, Iyengar yoga is all about precision and paying attention to details. It was developed by Mr. BKS Iyengar in the 1960s. The Iyengar system goes into details about the human anatomy, it deals with the nuances of relieving stress, anxiety and depression as well as accurate postural alignment. Be prepared to work with blocks, blankets, ropes and other props to maximize your mind and body’s efficiency. 

 

4. Bikram Yoga – Bikram yoga is a yoga system designed by Mr Bikram Choudhary. It is also commonly called ‘Hot Yoga’ because it is practiced in a room where a temperature of 35- 42 degree celsius with 40% humidity is maintained. Bikram yoga is a fixed system that comprises of twenty six fixed poses which include two breathing exercises that are conducted over a period of ninety minutes.


5. Kundalini Yoga – This is a system of yoga influenced by “Tantra” schools of hinduism. This usually deals with the waking and controlling of the “Kundalini” or primal energy through regular practice of mantra, tantra, yantra and yoga. This is often thought of to be the most dangerous kind of yoga considering the subtle balance of energies it deals in. A kundalini yoga class looks very different from a regular yoga class as it involves the performing of “Kriyas” that involve chanting, singing and meditating. If done right, kundalini can lead its practitioner to higher levels of self awareness by helping to break internal barriers.



There are many kinds of yoga, every person should a choose a type according to what best fits their body types and state of minds. To know more, contact us at http://www.wellzee.com/contact-us

 

How Yoga Can Heal Your Life

By newblog | October 30th, 2018 | LEAVE A COMMENT

Healing has always been a part of our life. We often get hurt and sometimes life even seems to crash down right in front of our eyes. The most common yet inseparable reason of hurtful moments of our life are due to unfulfilled expectations that take up heavy forms of disappointments. Life will bring us down and it depends on us how we overcome and deal with it.

There comes a time when we feel helpless and lost. We often look for a helping hand and cry in despair on failing to find one. There are many remedial acts that are designed to heal us and restore inner peace. Yoga is one of the scientifically proven ways to heal after getting lost in our life. Yoga is not just an exercise but it’s an art of life. Performing asanas have revolutionary effects on one’s lifestyle and soothe mind, body, and soul; no matter what is tearing us apart inside.

Here are some mindful ways that are designed to heal you through practicing Yoga-

1. Keeps stress at bay- According to many kinds of research and studies, Yoga is said to be a highly responsive practice and is found to treat us. It lowers heart rate and keeps stresses at bay.  It eliminates cortisol, a hormone secreted in times of stress and when one is in depression causing episodes.

2. Strengthens immune structure- Yoga has properties that are designed to fight harmful elements and disease-causing virus out of our system strengthening our immune system. Yoga postures tend to improve the working of our lymphatic system, fights infections and flushes toxins out of our body.

3. Provides flexibility- Yoga asanas provides flexibility and elasticity to our body and loosens rigidly tight muscles allowing us to be more motion oriented and free. People who are labeled as “genetically inflexible” have announced being more flexible and in control of their bodies. Regular yoga practices are bringing people inch by inch closer to a more relaxed and stress-free life.

4. Infuse energetic vibes- Yoga is a very powerful and energy-building exercise designed for every part of our body. Core areas of Yoga are the muscles of your knees, back, legs, chest, and arms region. Regular yoga practice prevents many problems like arthritis and is a way to heal your inner self and provides confidence.

5. Improves mood-  Yoga is all about balance and restoration of equilibrium. The best way to heal is to forget what causing hurt. Depressed mood is because of the distractions we are to face each day and the resultant stress. Practice yoga regularly and live life to the fullest.

So if you are struggling, crushing it through the day and night; give yourself a little break and Yoga it out!

5 Yoga Poses to Ease Lower Back Pain

By newblog | October 28th, 2018 | LEAVE A COMMENT

The stressful era we live in easily detected through the physical distractions we face. Back pain is the most common yet painful physical problem that can occur to anybody. The lower back region of our body is the most sensitive and vulnerable part. This can be due to the long working hours or intense moving episodes. Whatever, the case be, this kind of pain can seriously impact our mood.

Yoga is said to be a great pain reliever and a preventive measure from severe pain.

Here are five tested yoga poses to ease lower back pain and relieve that dull ache.

1. Supine Twist

This twisted pose is said to be a great pain reliever. The twist to the spine is a great tension and stress reliever for the entire back and neck region. Just lay down, relax and let the gravity take over and play out its magic. Practice this asana each day and get instant relief.

2. Cobra Pose

The Cobra pose is an excellent pose for toning of the spine and stimulation of the sacral-lumbar arched back.  With constant sitting hours, our lower back tends to flatten and immense pain. Practicing Cobra pose helps and promotes the natural curvature of the lower back and brings relief.

Lay on your stomach, keeping a feet hip-width bringing your elbows under your shoulders. If you feel too much pressure on your lower back, bring your elbows slightly in the forward direction and release the pressure a bit.

3. Thread the Needle Pose

The thread the needle pose stretches out the hips, outer thighs, lower back, and the spine range. Start by laying on the floor in a relaxed position, bring your soles on the ground,  keeping a feet hip-distance apart. Placing the right ankle on your left thigh, and make sure to keep your foot flexed out throughout the pose. Keep the back and shoulders relaxed. Stay still for 1-3 minutes and then change sides.

4. Cat Pose

This is a very simple movement that helps you get instant relief from your backache by stretching out the hip region and the entire spinal area. Feel every breath while you hold onto this pose. The Cat pose is tested for back pain and has several other benefits too.

5. Downward Facing Dog

Downward Facing Dog is said to be a great pose for lengthening and decompressing the entire spine region.  It stretches out the hamstrings and serves as a great remedy for many other spinal issues also. Yoga instructors are in awe of this simple pose and direct people who are constantly complaining about severe back pain issue especially lower back pain.

Your lower back holds up the whole torso, making it the most important pinnacle and supporting component of our body.  Practice Yoga, don’t sit around for longer hours, stretch out when needed. However, if the pain still lingers persistently it’s always good to check it with the doctor to make sure nothing more serious is going on.

Happy Living!

5 Mindful Tips To Achieve a Balanced Life

By newblog | October 18th, 2018 | LEAVE A COMMENT

We are living in an era where everything moves at the speed of light and creating a balance is a difficult task. We are bounded with strict deadlines and never-ending chaos that drags us down from a healthy and balanced well being. ‘Health is Wealth’ is a golden phrase and a healthy mind, body, and soul can achieve anything. But with the distractions present in our inner and exterior environment, preserving our health takes a back seat. This is where we lack and great care must be extended. Our well being is our real asset and must be protected to a healthy future.

A balanced life is not a myth and can be achieved merely by subtracting the distractions and multiplying the joyous moments that we cherish. Mindfulness is a state of being alert and living in the present which in turns help create a balanced living pattern.

Let us have a look at some simple and handy tips to achieve a more balanced life-

1. Set your intentions right-  

Intentions have a great deal of impact on us. Planting a thought and then feasting on it is harder than it sounds. Balance can be restored by merely manifesting it in our day to day activities. Voice your needs and don’t be shy to speak out your mind. Chant statements like “Everything in moderation” and make it your mantra for a successful and balanced life.

2. Check your breath-

This might sound simple and abrupt to you at first, but pressing our attention on minute things is not easy. Monitor your breath, be mindful of your thoughts and actions and live in present for a more mindful and balanced lifestyle. Equilibrium can be achieved by simply being vigilant about your breath and exhale out all the tensions and stress causing thoughts.

3. Respect your energy and get inspired-

Fatigue and exhaustion are the signs of imbalanced and unhealthy lifestyle. Look out for such symptoms, point it on immediately and take appropriate actions. When we feel fatigued and worn out; it is our body speaking to us. It is telling us to stop and have a good look at our self and invest in remedies. Counterattack your needs of caffeinated products, unjustified naps, and laziness with meditation, yoga or just a morning walk.  This will help restore a balance in your body-mind relationship and enrich our senses.

4. Yoga it out-

Yoga is a proven way to help relieve us from all kinds of mental and physical stress. It is a scientific way to achieve balance and restore a mutual relationship between your mind, body, and breath. Some great asanas for balance restoration are Child pose, Tree pose, Surya Namaskar, Half Moon pose, Warrior poses, and of course the Headstand.

5. Work on the lines of moderation-

In the end, it’s all about on who and on what you utilize your energy on. Be stingy when it comes to lending your energy and rethink before committing yourself to anything or anybody. Make it your mission to find that sweet spot where gratification comes naturally. Hear what is not being said and look out for signs that might bring you peace and quiet.

Our body talks a lot, it just takes time to listen to it. It is our job to listen, analyze, act on it and enjoy the blissful balance that unfolds with it.

5 Yoga Poses to Undo the Damage of your Desk Job

By newblog | October 14th, 2018 | LEAVE A COMMENT

Your job might be killing you?

 

This statement can actually turn out to be true in the recent working structure we have got yourself into.

Strict schedules and job-induced stress seems like a significant plot breaker when it comes to our well-being and our career. One dangerous colleague that is always present around in our working space is Sitting.

After smoking, sitting is the most common thing that is hampering our well being and killing yourself slowly but steadily. Researchers have given it a more scientific touch and linked the ill effects of long sitting hours to deskbound routines which in turns lead to heart diseases, diabetes, acute backache and studies that revealed that shorter lifespan is due to our sitting culture.

People who are involved in sitting jobs have revealed that sitting over a system for hours contributes to uncommon tightness in the hip area and legs, acute discomfort to neck and shoulder region along with severe spine issues.

Here are some easy Yoga poses that can help you combat the work stress and provide a physical flexibility-

Mountain Pose (Tadasana)

Allow yourself some moments of relief and combat the stress of the long working day with Tadasana. This is a powerful exercise that focuses on your back and chest. Mountain pose is an excellent pose to free up the tight chest muscles and provide flexibility.

Fish Pose (Matsyasana)

Fish pose is an excellent pose to reduce tension and is a therapeutic asana that helps fight fatigue, stress, and anxiety. Long working hours might satisfy your financial needs and gives a footstool for a sustainable lifestyle but depletes one from their well being if ignored. Matsyasana is practiced to release tension in the most functional areas like the neck, throat, and head and opens up the lungs for unresisted breathing.

Cat & Cow Pose (Marjaryasana & Gomukhasana)

The Marjaryasana & Bitilasana are one of the useful yoga asanas of all times and are a great stress busters. These asanas is an effective headache reliever and improves immunity. It also helps bring relief to your always strained back and painful neck. Cat and Cow pose brings great comfort to the neck area and brings the vertebrae back to homeostasis if practiced continuously.

Slow Neck Stretches

To combat neck ache with constant sitting hours and staring down at your system, yoga practitioners recommend a few rounds of yogic slow neck stretches. Our neck is the most sensitive part and is exposed to constant damage while we sit and work for long hours.  This is a simple exercise and can be practiced while standing in your cubicle.

Brahmari Asana

This breathing technique is a perfect antidote after a long, stressful day at work. Sitali breathing is practiced to release tensions out of the body and bring in positive vibes for our mind to feed on it. Breathing exercises are recommended to people who are easily distorted and have a hard time managing their temper.

Career is important and financial security is essential but as the old phrase goes- “Health is Wealth”. A healthy being is more vulnerable to catching the opportunities and acting on it. So get ready and live it out!

Let your Mood Swings Take a Walk with Yoga

By newblog | October 3rd, 2018 | LEAVE A COMMENT

With the recent changes in our living patterns, our health has been dramatically affected. A healthy person is one who has a sound mind, body, and soul, but with the adverse effects of changed living patterns, we are now faced with stressful events, unclear mind and state of distortion most of the time. This is just because we overlook the health hazards of stressful living.

Yoga is one of the proven ways that help people in rejuvenating to one’s senses and creating a balance between reality and illusions that are manifested by our mind. With an unsteady equilibrium, no individual can perform their functions effectively and thus loses control over their persona. Yoga is one such way to preserve the energies within and restoration of the balance is maintained.

Mood swings and distorted sense of living is the by-product of an unhealthy life and can tarnish our social and personal life if not tamed at the initial stage. Yoga is said to be the most natural and instant cure for uneven mood swings.

Here are few yoga poses that are scientifically proven to relieve one from unnatural mood swings-

1. Nadi Shodhana Pranayam– Alternate nostril breathing

Inhale the positive energies and breathe out the ones that create negativity. This simple breathing exercise is one of the most powerful technique to unblock the channels and acts as a natural mood stabilizer. This asana tends to unlock the chained energies thus calming the mind and eliminating mood swings.

2. Uttanasana- Standing forward bend

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The asana is illustrated as bending in the forward direction and touching your foot. Uttanasana is believed to work on your hamstrings and calm your mind. Yoga professionals instruct individuals with hypertension and depression to practice this asana as it helps in restoration of the peace of mind and lowers the chances of mood swings.

3. Shishuasana- Child’s pose

The illustration of this asana is depicted as a relaxing child pose. This asana is beneficial for people suffering from backache, constipation and is very good for curbing the ill effects of mood swings as it calms the nervous system. However, a pregnant woman must avoid this pose.

4. Bhujhangasan- Cobra Pose



Commonly known as cobra pose, this asana is crucial in eliminating stress and fatigue. This asana enhances flexibility and strengthens muscles while restoring calmness and minimizing mood swings.

5. Shavasana -Corpse Pose

Corpse pose is the one asana that relaxes the whole body and mind without moving a single muscle in the body and with a blank mind. This makes it the most challenging asana as we humans tend to think and act on the actions of our mind.
This asana is administered as lying flat on the ground like a corpse and helps in reducing headaches, mild depression and calms the mind, body and the inner spirit.

Yoga is a centuries-old methodology and a proven scientific way that helps us restoring the imbalances in our lifestyle caused by various internal and environmental factors. Mood swings and losing the sense of self-realization can be treated effectively by practicing Yoga.

So, let us focus on eating healthy, meditating and relishing each day of our life!

The Global Rise of Yoga

By newblog | September 23rd, 2018 | LEAVE A COMMENT

Introduction to Yoga

The presence of Yoga goes beyond more than 5000 years in India when it was carried out by hermits to attain oneness with the universe. Yoga in Indian tradition is a combination of 8 branches in Ashtanga Yoga namely Yama, Niyama, Asana, Pranayama, Pratyahara, Dharana, Dhyana, and Samadhi. The overall practice of yoga has potential benefits to the mind and body in the present world with rising treatments sought for stress management, weight management and body ache due to solitary desk jobs.

 

Global Awareness of Yoga

According to the Yoga Guru BKS Iyengar “Yoga allows you to find an inner peace that is not ruffled and riled by the endless stresses and struggles of life.” Yoga as a concept has been in practice since over the millennia and the only written record of present-day practiced yoga is Yoga Sutra by Sage Patanjali. It is 2000 years old treaty devised for gaining mastery over the mind and body. Yoga became more relevant in India and abroad in the early 19th century through varied saints like Saint Vivekananda, Paramahamsa Yogananda, Osho etc. Each of these saints made Yoga prevalent in India as well as in the West through their speeches and self-involvement in the science of Yoga.

 

Yoga and Science

The word yoga has been derived from the Sanskrit word Yuji which means “to yoke or join together”, which means the union of mind and body. Yoga is a science in itself where the physical activation of the body through asanas, Surya namaskars blended in with breath control and meditation. In the present fast life where people are competing every day with machines, Yoga aids in slowing down and relieves the stress caused due to it.

This has been supported by science in varied researches. For example, in a research conducted in US where 64 women with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) underwent Yoga sessions for a month and 52% of the group who continued to practice the same no longer felt the symptoms.  This shows that Yoga aids in reducing stress and brings peace of mind.

 

Yoga and Lifestyle

In studies and researches, it has been found that Yoga in the present day situation is the best way to lead a happy and contented lifestyle. We all aspire to have a quality life and for this purpose, we go to great lengths. After all of this toil, at the end of the day, often we find ourselves exhausted and tired but not satisfied at all. It is due to the lack of attention to self-care. In search of happiness outside, we tend to lose our innate energies to anxiety, fear, anger, jealousy and greed.

In one of the studies conducted in a big corporate organisation, where 135 senior managers were asked to Practice Yoga for 6 months – they claimed that the practice of Yoga brought in significant changes in the quality of life, moods, fatigue levels and their management style including both their personal and professional front.

The acceptance of Yoga is increasing in the world at large. With a lot of studies and researches done in the field has authenticated the benefits of the same. Wellzee.com has been set up to address health, stress and diet-related goals and challenges and to contribute to individuals at various stages of their lives. The approach is simple, safe and effective. The idea to put forward well-being services on an online platform is to address the need for time, space and cost-effectiveness – with the motive of spreading its message  “Be healthy Be happy”.

To this effect, Wellzee will soon be launching the first of its kind in the world, practical and applied Yoga courses. Stay Tuned!

Fitness Tips at 60

By newblog | September 16th, 2018 | LEAVE A COMMENT

In a time when ailments such as arthritis, rheumatism, incontinence, high blood pressure and the overall degeneration of the body are on the rise, performing the mild practice of yoga should be of high priority.

With age, our bones and joints get weaker, and balance deteriorates. It affects us, with mild depression settling in as we witness our bodies ageing. Yoga slows down the ageing process by softening the muscles and maintaining flexibility.

It is a versatile exercise, milder than other forms of exercise and hence suitable for the elderly. It improves balance and strength of the muscles thus reducing degeneration. It helps improve the flexibility of the body thus helping the elderly to move around independently.

TRIKONASANA / TRIANGLE POSE

Hip problems and blood pressure are very common among seniors these days. Try the triangle pose that helps to strengthen and stretch the hip region and regulates blood pressure.

KATI CHAKRASANA / STANDING SPINAL TWISE POSE

A great yoga asana to shed unnecessary fat from the waistline as well as the lower abdomen. It is the recommended yoga pose to solve the problem of constipation. It helps to contract and expand the muscles of the neck, back, and abdominal wall and gives a smooth massage to the entire vertebral column. It strengthens the shoulders, neck, arms, back, and thighs.

TITLI / BUTTERFLY POSE

This asana helps in stretching the spine and thus relieves sciatica. It also helps in regulating digestion. This pose helps in solving the most common problem of joint stiffness and pain. Regular practice can keep you free from all kinds of aches and pains.

BALASANA / CHILD’S POSE

Child Pose releases the tension built up in the back, chest, and shoulders. It keeps them alert by driving away dizziness. It helps older people both in dealing with stiffness and leading an anxiety-free life.

MARJARIASANA / CAT POSE

Cat pose is very beneficial for elderly as it combines breathing exercise with physical movements. It is also very helpful in making the elderly improve mobility easily and without pain, helps improve digestion and getting rid of excess stomach flab. The stretching relaxes the mind and removes all stress and strain.

BHUJANGASANA / COBRA POSE

This pose help people work quickly and carefully. It elevates their mood and cheers them up to get up and do something fun. It increases their body flexibility, thereby improving mobility. Improves blood circulation that weakens with age. It helps seniors feel full of energy. Practicing this pose helps to strengthen the back muscles and shoulders.

SALABHASANA / LOCUST POSE

This asana helps in increasing flexibility of the neck and back muscles thus strengthening arms, thighs, shoulders, legs, calf muscles, and hips. It also helps to reduce stress and tension and is also helpful in improving digestion

PAWANMUKTASANA / WIND – RELIEVING POSE

This asana helps in releasing trapped gases and improving digestion. It helps to stretch the back and neck. It also helps to increase blood circulation to the hip joints, and releases tension in the area.