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Mommy-To-Be Neha Dhupia Doles Out Fitspiration As She Nails Natarajasana

Mommy-To-Be Neha Dhupia Doles Out Fitspiration As She Nails Natarajasana

Listen up, mommies-to-be! Prenatal yoga is good for you if done under supervision. Proving how to do it right, Neha Dhupia aces Natarajasana like no other.

Written by Arushi Bidhuri |Published : August 4, 2021 2:45 PM IST

Neha Dhupia will soon be welcoming her second child with her husband Angad Bedi. The couple took to social media to announce the news of the second pregnancy on Instagram last month. As she prepares for her pregnancy, the actor is not leaving fitness behind. Mommy-to-be Neha Dhupia is staying in shape while pregnant with her second child by doing yoga at home. The actor has been working out with her coach and has even posted photos and videos of her workout on social media. Angad recently shared a photo of Neha executing a challenging yoga asana with his Instagram followers.

On his Instagram stories, Angad shared a short boomerang video of Neha doing the Natarajasana, or Dancer's Pose, at home. He captioned the post, "My view @nehadhupia,"

Benefits Of Natarajasana

  • This asana can help you lose weight because you burn more calories while doing it.
  • It stretches and strengthens your ankles, legs, thighs, chest, belly, thorax, and hips. It will also make your spine, shoulders, and hamstrings more flexible.
  • It works as a terrific stress reliever and mental relaxant. You will also notice that your concentration is becoming more intense.
  • It has a significant impact on your digestive system.
  • Consistent practice will also improve your balance.
  • Because this position activates your entire body, you will feel energized after practising it.

Neha Dhupia Inspiring Other Mothers To Include Yoga In Their Daily Regimen

Neha Dhupia Neha Dhupia shared a fast-forward video of herself doing several prenatal yoga poses, which is a type of yoga that is specifically developed for pregnant women. In the essay, she discussed how pregnant women should continue to practise what they were doing before becoming pregnant for the next nine months.

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She captioned it, "They say that everything that you have been practising before your pregnancy is something you should continue with, for the 9 months too. Yoga and meditation is a form of exercise I have been doing for almost 20 years. Of course, the body responds very differently now but staying fit and active is something I would advocate all through. The asanas are very different when you are practising pre-natal yoga and must be done under guidance. I have been guided by @rohitflowyoga."

Why Prenatal Yoga Is Credited As A Good Thing For Mommies-To-Be?

Experts believe that prenatal yoga is extremely useful to expectant mothers. It improves their sleep, reduces tension and anxiety, and increases muscle flexibility, all of which are necessary for birthing. It also improves their strength while alleviating back pain, nausea, and headaches.

Prenatal yoga is popular among pregnant women who want to be calm and healthy during their pregnancy. However, there are numerous dangers associated with it. As a result, you should exercise caution before engaging in any prenatal yoga and always talk to a yoga expert or gynaecologist to ensure your safety.

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