Kunjan Paul, a Yoga expert discusses the different types of Yoga.
Come September-end, all roads will lead to Pyramid Valley for India’s largest ‘soul’ festival. Though there are multiple (we repeat, MULTIPLE) reasons to be a part of this high-energy wellness tribe, meditation and yoga are two of the most exciting reasons.
As we all know, Yoga and other ancient arts connecting the body to mind and soul are getting really popular all over the world.
You have a fitness routine you follow religiously. And it’s great. The inches are reducing while your energy levels are rising. Your diet plan is showing results. You follow it with as dedication as you do your fitness plan. Okay, sometimes you do give in and binge. But that’s only occasionally. You feel you are
When actors like Malaika Arora or Shilpa Shetty perform Pilates or yoga and blow our minds with their super-fit bodies, we are bound to feel a little jealous and a lot more motivated. Yoga became the new-in, especially after International Yoga Day came to be followed world-wide. But there are various types of yoga, including