With International Yoga Day approaching and celebrating June 21st, fitness enthusiasts around the world are pulling up their socks to draw attention to the many benefits of yoga, and Bollywood actress Madhuri Dixit also jumped up the train as she is during mudrasana. performed her morning workout that Friday. Madhuri encouraged fans to do the meditative poses with her on a daily basis for a healthier lifestyle, and gave a glimpse of her intense training session this Friday when she nailed mudrasana, or a forward-hunched yoga pose “to strengthen the digestive organs.”
Madhuri took her social media profile and shared her fitness video in which she donned a pink crew neck t-shirt with half sleeves, paired with black tights and beautiful brown curls pulled back into a high ponytail hairstyle achieving the sporty look while kneeling on a yoga mat. Sitting in the lotus position, Madhuri clenched her fists under her stomach, inhaled deeply and then slowly exhaled, leaning forward while keeping her spine straight.
The diva touched the floor with her forehead and stayed in this position for a few normal breaths before returning to the sitting position. She subtitled the video: “#DailyYogaWithMe Day 3 – #YogaMudraAsana A perfect pose for strengthening the digestive organs. #InternationalYogaDay (sic). “
Aside from strengthening the digestive organs, mudrasana of yoga belongs to the group of lotus postures and is one of the best antiaging poses as it helps the practitioner look and feel younger. The abdomen benefits most from this asana as it tightens all organs, softens the back, spine and hips, improves digestion and relieves constipation. This deep forward bend asana is also called the Yoga Symbol Pose or Yoga Seal Pose Psychic Union Pose, which activates the Manipuraka Chakra, which helps in improving overall energy levels.
Mudrasana relieves stress, depression and anxiety and prevents high blood pressure, lower back pain, shoulder problems and sciatic pain. It also helps with therapeutic conditions like diabetes, asthma, and heart disease.
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