2012 News Archive

Yoga for Women
Natura Magazine, APRIL 2012


The physical aspect of yoga alone already carries with it a wealth of health benefits, a big reason why it has become so widespread.

Yoga helps people release stress, stay calm, clear their minds and centre themselves. Yoga has also supported women tremendously, with special pre- and post-natal yoga classes, as well as helping in the areas of menstruation, fertility, menopause and hormonal balance.

Mohankumar Rajaraman, a yoga master at yoga chain True Yoga (www.trueyoga.com), teaches gentle yoga, hatha yoga, hot yoga, pranayama (breathing control and meditation, pre-natal yoga, the sun salutation series and yoga therapy.

Yoga for Golf
Golf paper, APRIL 2012

Hi longer drives, lower your scores, keep injury and most importantly, stay focused and positive with yoga exercises.

YOGA HAS BECOME a cross-training exercise of choice among many golfers because of its many benefits. Through the different physical poses known as "asanas" and breathing techniques coupled with deep meditation, it has been known to improve one's physical and mental game.

Stretch This Way
Motherhood, APRIL 2012

Being pregnant doesn't mean forgoing your favourite exercise routine. In fact, it is essential that you remain active throughout your pregnancy as this might make it easier for you when delivery comes around. But that's not all; it can even help improve your mood and your self-image as well.

If you're not too sure what's safe, low impact exercises are usually good options but remember not to overexert yourself. And of course, always check with your doctor before starting an exercise regime. Known for its wonderful benefits, more and more mums and mums-to-be are opting for yoga and pilates. Not only will it continue to strengthen your muscles as your body changes during pregnancy but it keeps you flexible as well. And who can ignore, the positive effects it has on your mind too.

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