Malaika Arora has been the talk of the town ever since her divorce with ex-husband Arbaaz Khan. From her link-up with Arjun Kapoor to her stylish outings, the diva gets trolled for anything and everything without a reason. Recently, fitness freak Malaika Arora nailed headstand. Not just that, she also encouraged her fans to try the pose. Malaika took to Instagram to share a photo of hers where she can be seen striking the difficult headstand.
The PM, who has been instrumental in advocating the practice in India and across the world, said yoga should be an integral part of our lives as it goes hand-in-hand with wellness.
The Art of Living recommends these six 'asanas to tackle diabetes better' while cautioning 'correct training is essential, before individual practice.'
International Yoga Day: While Prime Minister Narendra Modi celebrated the day at Prabhat Tara, Ranchi on Friday, many celebrities from the television and film industry marked the day by doing a few Yoga asanas.
Here’s a look at the celebrity yoga trainers who are behind the successful fitness of Bollywood actors:
On the occasion of International Yoga Day, Prime Minister Narendra Modi Friday said Yoga goes "beyond the distinction of age, colour, caste, creed, creed, cult, rich-poor, province, frontier" and belongs to everyone. He led a Yoga session in Jharkhand’s Ranchi, which was attended by approximately 30,000 people.His Cabinet ministers Amit Shah and Rajnath Singh were seen participating at Rohtak and New Delhi, respectively. In Delhi, a host of events have been planned to mark the day on June 21. At a park opposite the BJP headquarters in the national capital, working president JP Nadda performed yoga along with other party leaders. Besides, newly-elected Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla participated in an event held on the premises of the Parliament House complex.On Thursday, the United Nations headquarters was lit up with postures of ‘Surya Namaskar’ and the message of ‘Yoga for Climate Action’. Yoga postures were projected on the North Facade of the UN Headquarters Building during a special ceremony attended by India’s Permanent Representative to the UN Ambassador Syed Akbaruddin, Deputy Permanent Representative Ambassador K Nagaraj Naidu and diplomats and officials from the Indian mission. The North Facade of the UN Secretariat building was awash with ‘Surya Namaskar’ or ‘Sun Salutation’ postures projected against a colourful background. (Indian Express)
As the world and the United Nations celebrate International Yoga Day on June 21, let us talk about the celebrities who practice yoga and have inspired many to pick it up.
Lack of exercise and a sedimentary lifestyle, along with various other factors contribute towards the development of fat deposits in your body, especially around your tummy. As per a new study, it was found that excess fat around the belly is
People around the world are gearing up to celebrate the 5th Yoga Diwas. International Yoga Day, which is being annually celebrated on June 21, was firstly proposed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in 2014 to the UN General Assembly which adopted it.
The word 'Yoga' is derived from the Sanskrit word 'Yuj' which means the union of your individual consciousness and the universal consciousness. Yoga is known for healing the body and mind; it is also known for helping in weight loss. If
Surya Namaskar increases the capacity of the lungs, which is useful in the management of Diabetes. It regulates the secretion of endocrine glands and helps manage weight and strengthens muscles.
The United Nations has associated the theme 'Climate Action' with this year's International Yoga Day, which will be celebrated on 21st June worldwide. From improving your physical health to your mental health, practising yoga is undoubtedly good for your overall health.
Although yoga originated in India, it's now practised all over the world. More than 30 million people worldwide practice yoga daily. Yoga has a number of health benefits for your body and mind. However, along with benefits, yoga has its own
Take a look at your favourite celebrities who were spotted outside the yoga class. These stars visit the yoga class regularly to keep themselves fit and stay in shape.
On the fourth International Yoga Day 2018, here are a few interesting questions to create self-awareness about this globally accepted form of physical, mental and spiritual practice.
You may have seen a group of people heartily laughing while you are on your morning walk or jog in the park. Ever wondered about the whole voluntary laughing thing? Well, the first thing you need to know is that it is called as ‘Laughter Yoga’.Laughter yoga, also known as Hasyayoga, is based on the belief that voluntary laughter provides the same physiological and psychological benefits as spontaneous laughter. The concept is based on a scientific fact that the body cannot differentiate between fake and real laughter.Laughter yoga helps you in two ways – alleviating specific health issues and improving overall well-being. Whether you have an apple a day or not, you must do laughter yoga 10-15 minutes every morning. It is the least expensive therapy that offers lifelong benefits towards your mental, physical and emotional well-being. Bhavya Sharma, a fitness expert at UrbanClap, helps us take a deeper look into it.