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Article in Afternoon DC Newspaper

Ending It Right

“The best time to practice yoga is early morning after waking up on an empty stomach or in the evening before sunset. Proper breathing techniques, inhalation and exhalation, and proper posture are the right ways to perform an asana. Savasana and Sukhasana are among the ultimate asanas to rejuvenate our body and relieve stress. These asanas are done at the end of every yoga session. To perform savasana, you should lie flat on your back in a sleeping pose, relax your arms completely, keep your palms open and eyes closed, and breathe normally through your nostrils. Relax and focus from head to toe. Stay in the pose for five to 10 minutes. For Sukhasana, sit cross-legged with your heels under opposite thighs and ankles crossed. Keep your body straight, your spine erect and your abdomen drawn in. Place your hands on your knees, with palms facing downwards. Close your eyes and completely relax the body of all tension. Breathe normally, shutting out all other thoughts from the mind. Hold the pose for five to 10 minutes.”

– Amisha Shah, Instructor at Namaste Yoga Classes

Article in Live Mint Newspaper

Ending It Right

– Adopt the right technique

“The best time to practice yoga is early morning after waking up on an empty stomach or in the evening before sunset. Proper breathing techniques, inhalation and exhalation, and proper posture are the right ways to perform an asana. Savasana and Sukhasana are among the ultimate asanas to rejuvenate our body and relieve stress. These asanas are done at the end of every yoga session. To perform savasana, you should lie flat on your back in a sleeping pose, relax your arms completely, keep your palms open and eyes closed, and breathe normally through your nostrils. Relax and focus from head to toe. Stay in the pose for five to 10 minutes. For Sukhasana, sit cross-legged with your heels under opposite thighs and ankles crossed. Keep your body straight, your spine erect and your abdomen drawn in. Place your hands on your knees, with palms facing downwards. Close your eyes and completely relax the body of all tension. Breathe normally, sIutting out all other thoughts from the mind. Hold the pose for five to 10 minutes.”

– Amisha Shah, Instructor at Namaste Yoga Classes

Article in Forbes Magazine

Researchers worldwide have undertaken numerous research studies on the benefits of Yoga, the best gift from India to the world, and they all concur that it has numerous wellness benefits. They have uncovered fascinating evidence which proves that practicing yoga has positive effects on our mental and physical well being.

This has already been known by every yoga practitioner around the world who can’t stop raving about its benefits once they start practicing. However, they all agree on one thing that a professional and experienced yoga teacher can help derive these benefits at a much faster pace than trying to learn yoga yourself. One such teacher, widely known for her yoga classes, is Amisha  A. Shah, the founder of Namaste Yoga Classes.

Every entrepreneur’s journey starts with trying to solve their own problems, and so did mine. In 2009, I was diagnosed with Tuberculosis – an illness that caused problems and various changes in my body for a year. By the end of the treatment, I was overweight, lethargic and very fragile. That is when I was suggested that I do some Yoga and I got in touch with one of my family friends, a Yoga expert herself. With some sessions under her guidance, I saw a change in myself and discovered the miracle of Yoga. After that, I kept learning and practicing more of Yoga for myself and subsequently also undertook a Teacher Training Course. Around this time, a few of my friends also asked me to teach them Yoga when they saw the amazing effect it had on my health. I then realised that there were a lot more women out there who wanted to learn to keep physically and mentally fit,” shares Amisha Shah talking about her journey from a yoga practitioner to becoming a yoga teacher and an entrepreneur.

– Amisha Shah, Instructor at Namaste Yoga Classes

Article in Silicon India Magazine

Article in The Indian Express Newspaper

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