Alia Bhatt’s inverted aerial yoga pose can give your physical and mental health a glow
Scroll through Instagram today, and you’ll be awestruck to see Bollywood celebs in their best shape! Let’s be honest — it makes us cry out loud, because we want to be exactly like them. But on the other hand, they instill in us the right amount of motivation that makes us want to work as hard. This time around, it is none other than B-town hottie Alia Bhatt, who’s making the right noise with aerial yoga moves.
This isn’t the first time that Bhatt has given us a sneak peek into her fitness routine. We all know about her fabulous transformation from flab to fab, and the best thing is she’s kept at it for years. Currently, Bhatt is being trained by yoga maverick Anshuka, who also works with celebs like Ananya Panday and Rakul Preet!
Here’s what Anshuka writes, “Reversing gravity flushes fresh nutrients and oxygen to the face, stimulates the facial capillaries and hair follicles of the scalp, and helps remove visual signs of toxicity, giving your skin a natural ‘face lift’ and glow. Inversions literally turn your frown upside down.”
Dressed in a blue bodycon crop top and biker shorts, Bhatt can be seen acing the move!
What are some other benefits of aerial yoga?
If you too want to do aerial yoga, and are wondering about its benefits, here’s all that you need to keep in mind:
- Helps those who suffer from back pain
Although aerial yoga helps in enhancing flexibility for all, it is especially helpful for those who experience back pain. It also places less pressure on your joints, and at the same time, works wonders to give you a toned body.
- Improves breathing
By now, most of us know how important controlled breathing is, when it comes to yoga. With aerial yoga, you can expect your breathing pattern to improve even more, because you’d be able to breathe more deeply without restrictions.
- Enhances flexibility
As mentioned above, if you continue practicing aerial yoga, your flexibility will only increase! Being suspended in the air gives you more freedom to move around, which isn’t really possible with floor exercises.
- Relieves stress
Trust us, aerial yoga beats stress like no other! If you are someone who experiences massive anxiety, make sure you try inverted poses that are a part of aerial yoga. They do not just increase balance, but also improve your focus and provide you with increased energy.