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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. 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.


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.


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.


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.


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.


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.


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.


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


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.