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Malaika Arora uses Parivrtta Utkatasana to set fitness goals; understand the benefits

Malika shared Utkatasana revolved chair pose…Learn more…

Monday, 2nd August 2021

Malaika Arora always achieves important fitness goals through her disciplined lifestyle and strict exercise videos. The 45-year-old actress is an avid yoga enthusiast and often lets her fans get a sneak peek at her yoga practice.

Recently, Malaika shared a post performing Parivrtta Utkatasana or swivel chair pose on her Instagram account. "This posture helps increase flexibility and posture adjustment, while strengthening the spine, and it is also very effective in detoxification.

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We contacted yoga expert Ira Trivedi to learn more about this yoga pose and how it can benefit people.

"The Rotating Chair Pose or Parivrtta Utkatasana is a twisted variant of the chair pose. It is an excellent pose for developing strength, stability and balance of the body. Helps open the chest, shoulders and back This posture allows the legs to move from the buttocks until the calf muscles are involved, "he said.

She added that it is "one of the best yoga asanas for treating most stomach related problems."


List various physical, mental and spiritual benefits associated with Parivrtta Utkatasana.

Physical benefits

* Can strengthen the spine, hips, thighs, knees and ankles.

* Helps open the chest and shoulders.

* Massage the internal organs such as the pancreas and kidneys.

Psychological Benefits

* This pose can help you breathe fully and provide enough oxygen to your brain, thereby improving mental focus, balance, and coordination.

Mental benefits

* This pose helps stimulate the wheel by massaging internal organs and increasing digestion.

 * This also improves self-confidence. Chapter


Stand with your feet apart with your spine and neck straight.

Inhale and raise both hands As you exhale, bend your knees so that your thighs are parallel to the floor and your fingers touch the floor.

Now clasp your hands in prayer / angiri mudra and turn your torso to the right when you exhale. Place your left elbow on the outside of your right thigh.

 Do what you can and come back slowly. Also proceed from the other side.

 Who should avoid it?

 Advises the following people to avoid this pose or "do so under proper guidance":

* People who have injuries or recover to the shoulders, hips, knees, ankles, pelvis, and neck should avoid this pose.

* People who have recently had abdominal, hernia and ulcer surgery should avoid this position.

* People with frozen shoulder should avoid this pose because it can cause inflammation.

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