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From Daily Yoga, nexGTv Yoga to Office Yoga, here are top 5 Indian apps to stay fit

From Daily Yoga, nexGTv Yoga to Office Yoga, here are top 5 Indian apps to stay fit

Many think of yoga only as a physical exercise where people twist, turn, stretch, and breathe in the most complex ways, but it is much more. As Sri Sri Ravi Shankar says, “Yoga is not just exercise and asanas. It is the emotional integration and spiritual elevation with a touch of mystic element, which gives you a glimpse of something beyond all imagination.” Due to its manifold benefits, yoga has been gaining worldwide recognition. A number of apps and online tutorial videos too have given a major push to this ancient Indian art. Sudhir Chowdhary picks five Indian yoga apps that can help you to promote a better lifestyle.

Daily Yoga

An interesting yoga app for beginners to advanced, Daily Yoga offers a big library of more than 50 yoga classes and 400 plus workouts. It is available on Google Play as well as App Store. The app includes HD videos having soulful background music for an even better user experience. Daily Yoga comes with seven yoga plans geared towards beginners, and various other exercises duration and intensity based exercises too. The app also provides an advanced module. Focused on yoga for weight loss, better sleep and full relaxation, altogether 20 yoga experts aim to make yoga workout easier and convenient and help you gain better results. There are multiple choices for session duration which vary from 5-70 minutes. There are specially designed meditations with an online coach guide too. The app has a clean design with easy-to-follow videos. It offers support for seven languages—English, Japanese, Korean, Spanish, Chinese, German, French. The best part, this fitness app facilitates the most convenient home exercises for one and all.

Universal Breathing: Pranayama

Yoga focuses quite a lot on breathing patterns. And the Universal Breathing app is intended to help users master the same. It offers various exercises designed around the ‘Pranayama’ method of breath control. This paid app includes structured courses with short exercises that come with a timer and an animated guide. It has an extensive breathing course from beginner through advanced. The app has different sound settings, there are custom courses that allow up to five back-to-back breathing ratio. You can also track your progress and learn more about Pranayama. By training your lungs to breathe at their full capacity, you could experience a whole ton of health benefits! Download this widely popular breathing app, follow it in a scrupulous manner and see the difference for yourself.

Source: Financial Express

8 months ago

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