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By Mona Gill

Do you ever wonder why most yogis or those who practice yoga often do not eat meat?

I have always loved chicken and pork, but I did realise that over the years I started to eat less and less meat especially prior to a yoga practice especially if I were to do a hot yoga class. I could smell it through my sweat which would put me off right away and also too much meat made me feel sluggish.

At one time I was even a vegan but could not sustain it for very long due to health reason. So, I found a healthy balance that worked for me even when I am unable to practice as much. It is mostly plant based but I do consume eggs and on rare occasion some fish. But other than that my diet is 80% vegetarian. Some reasons I avoid meat and most yogis who live the lifestyle do are as follows :-

Firstly meat contains high levels of toxins and because of the process it goes through it lacks essential vitamins and minerals that the body needs.

For someone who practices yoga and is into the teachings of a yogic lifestyle, we believe that eating meat of a slaughtered animal means that we are also taking in their pain and the fear which is detrimental to health and our peace of mind and it affects our emotions.

Also, from the nutrition point of view, we do not need as much protein as we think we do so some of us tend to overdo the protein leading to more health problems such as gout, inflammation, digestive issues and even behavioural disorders.

That’s why I do not believe in the no carb diet. As we all need healthy carbohydrates in our diet for our nervous system to function normally and also helps control weight and burn fat. Stick to healthy carbs like legumes, fruits, whole grains and vegetables. Remember that carbohydrates are the bodies main fuel source.

Typically a yoga diet mainly recommends a lacto-vegetarian diet, meaning that we consume small amounts of dairy products. This is to ensure that daily requirements of  Vitamin D, Vitamin B12 and calcium are met for our bodies to function normally.

Also eating less meat or a more vegetarian diet help to boost the immune system making it stronger and also a more plant-based diet does lower the chances of obesity and other health issues like high blood pressure, cancer and kidney failure.

Eat right for your body type and listen to your body. If something does not work for you, tweak it and experiment and eventually you will find the right diet that work well with your body.

Namaste

 

About the author:

Mona Gill is a busy mum and an entrepreneur. On top of that, she’s a yoga instructor and skincare expert. Mona is Astavita’s beauty and wellness ambassador. She attributes her stamina to cope with her busy lifestyle and still maintain clear complexion thanks to Astavita Healthy Living Antioxidants and Astarism. Mona extols holistic wellness, keeping a healthy lifestyle and beauty from inside out.  You may follow her on Instagram: mkglife /yogamonadollsup

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By Mona Gill

How do you manage your anxiety?

I seldom get panic attacks or an anxiety attack nowadays but once in a while they do sneak up on me. It can happen at the most random of times but mostly when and if I am overworked or have too many decisions to make and just basically overwhelmed.

Over the years I have managed to deal with anxiety my way which is through yoga. Remember that anxiety is not something that controls you. It is just a part of our human nature and some of us experience it more than others.

Yoga is a self-soothing technique that helps with anxiety. It really is about learning to manage your anxiety through self-care such as meditation, exercising and doing what calms you down.

Practising yoga does generally reduce heart rate by lowering blood pressure and helps calm your breath or at least be more aware of your breath.

With that said, the type of yoga you practice for the purpose to calm yourself does play a part. Strenuous ones are definitely not appropriate and you definitely should check in with your doctor before choosing yoga as part of your lifestyle or treatment plan to manage your anxiety.

To get started you do not need anything except a space where you can trust to fully be present. You do not even need to attend or join a class.

Here are some poses that will help you feel more at ease, grounded, aware and present when you feeling anxious and experiencing anxiety.

Child’s pose – this helps calm the nervous system as it promotes relaxation and conscious breathing

Headstand – I practice this one the most. It reverses the blood flow and because of that you focus your attention to your breath instead of the anxiety.

Warrior III – This challenging pose focuses on balance and strength. While in this pose, it helps redirects your focus back to you hence calming you.

Legs up against the wall – One of the most popular ones especially if you have taken a restorative class. All you have to do is lie on your back comfortably with your legs up against a wall and close your eyes for 10 minutes breathing normally and relaxing. This alone is enough to calm you down.

Tree pose – This basic standing balance pose helps with concentration and taking your awareness away from anxiety and drawing it inward towards yourself, mostly your inner self.

There are so many ways to manage anxiety through different forms of physical exercise, nutrition and sometimes even sleep. These factors all play a part in managing anxiety, so it is important to try various treatment plans and see what works for you. It is a struggle but it does not have to take over your life. It is all about trial and error. It is important for overall wellness and health to feel free from anxiety and not let it take over your life.

Namaste

 

About the author:

Mona Gill is a busy mum and an entrepreneur. On top of that, she’s a yoga instructor and skincare expert. Mona is Astavita’s beauty and wellness ambassador. She attributes her stamina to cope with her busy lifestyle and still maintain clear complexion thanks to Astavita Healthy Living Antioxidants and Astarism. Mona extols holistic wellness, keeping a healthy lifestyle and beauty from inside out.  You may follow her on Instagram: mkglife /yogamonadollsup

By Mona Gill

What does yoga mean to you? Yoga is amazing for both our minds and bodies and helps keep us healthy physically and emotionally.

To many of us yoga means the physical practice on the mat itself and even meditation. However without realizing, a lot of us do practice yoga off the mat in our daily lives. Even if you do not practice the asanas, we can still become yogis and practice this in our daily lives.

Here’s how:

Have a flexible mind – I like to say vibe with it and roll with the punches and obstacles thrown to you. Have an open mind and try and look at the glass as half full instead of half empty.

No expectations, no disappointments – This is important. Do not be manipulative or offer any form of help with expectations from other. If you truly want to help someone do it because you want to and not because you expect them to do the same or want something in return. Helping with no expectations is also good karma.

Listen to your body and be kind to it – Listen to what your body needs at that point in time. Nourish it with wholesome nutritious foods and eat clean. If you need more sleep or a warm bath or more exercise or more yoga, pay attention. Our bodies will always let us know what we need so be aware.

Be content – Be content with who you are and how you live your life. In today’s society we are notorious for comparing and trying to keep up with the joneses. But living like this is so toxic and stressful. Try to not compare with others and a good way would be to not surround yourself with negative people. Who you surround yourself with is so important for good energy in life and to be happy with what you have and count your blessings and be grateful. Attitude of gratitude and have an abundance of love in your life. It will take us far.

Stand up for what you believe in – Be true to who you are and do not be afraid to stand up to your beliefs.

Yoga is more than just the practice of asanas. It goes beyond that and it is how we live.

It is truly about being able to maintain harmony and balance in your everyday life no matter what obstacles you may face. Most of us already do it without it knowing.

Namaste

 

About the author:

Mona Gill is a busy mum and an entrepreneur. On top of that, she’s a yoga instructor and skincare expert. Mona is Astavita’s beauty and wellness ambassador. She attributes her stamina to cope with her busy lifestyle and still maintain clear complexion thanks to Astavita Healthy Living Antioxidants and Astarism. Mona extols holistic wellness, keeping a healthy lifestyle and beauty from inside out.  You may follow her on Instagram: mkglife /yogamonadollsup

By Mona Gill

We all go through low periods in our life and it is important that we listen to our bodies and show ourselves some love.

How do you practice self-love? Here is how I personally practice love during times like these and even on daily basis.  Mine mostly stems from being exhausted from doing too much and forgetting that I need to take care of myself in order to take care of everyone and everything else including work.

So here are some tips and tricks that have helped me over the years that are a part of my life now.

1) Take time for yourself, slow down and breathe

Sometimes I put my hand on my heart and breathe in and out slowly to remind myself I am human and it’s OK to feel tired and burnt out, as long as I am aware that I can slow down even during yoga and go easy on myself as opposed to pushing and challenging myself too much. It’s ok to slow down to refocus and get back on the wagon. I practice some breathing techniques and yoga first thing in the morning so it sets my tone for the day. It’s important to remember it doesn’t always have to be a perfect day but at least set the intention. Alternative nostril breathing is what I practice before my yoga practice. Start by placing your right thumb on right nostril and inhale through your left nostril and release your thumb and press your index finger on your left nostril and exhale through your right nostril. Do this cycle about 10 times before repeating on the other side. It is great for cleansing and concentrating prior to a yoga practice.

2) Choose to be happy!

WE always think we need something or someone to make us happy! But that is not the case. We create our own happiness. I realised that I had to stop feeling guilty and being too hard on myself and always look at the glass as full instead of empty. Changing perspective slowly really helps and take ownership of your happiness.

3) Nourish and energize your body

I definitely try and eat healthy 80% of the time. Even when i feel down and all I want is a chocolate bar, I do consciously try and reach for a salad/ healthy meal instead because it does provide necessary nutrients in order to function normally.

I exercise regularly too. I make a conscious effort to do some light weights besides yoga to take care of myself to feel stronger, fitter and healthier mentally and physically. Supplements are also a part of my life. I take astaxanthin as part of my daily diet and nutrition. Astaxanthin is great for immune health, joint health, skin health, inflammation and even fatigue. It is an antioxidant and helps with strength.

4) Keep a balance work and family life.

This is something that I consciously practice. Learn to say no for yourself and know it’s okay to do so. Listen to your body, mind and soul and be more aware of how achieving a balance work  family life affects your behavior. Do something that truly matters to you. I love doing what I do both in the beauty and lifestyle/wellness industry and I truly love helping and serving others with my talent.

5) Surround yourself with good people in your life.

Having people that appreciate you, are good influence, respect you and vice versa really does help with the overall feeling of well-being. Have worthwhile relationships that are meaningful in your life and get rid of toxic people and habits. Be content!

This is how I practice self-love for myself. I hope these tips have given you an insight to how you can overcome some of the difficulties and stress you face daily. Take charge of your life and make some changes today to help you live more comfortably to achieve a peace of mind.

Namaste

Mona Gill

 

About the author:

Mona Gill is a busy mum and an entrepreneur. On top of that, she’s a yoga instructor and skincare expert. Mona is Astavita’s beauty and wellness ambassador. She attributes her stamina to cope with her busy lifestyle and still maintain clear complexion thanks to Astavita Healthy Living Antioxidants and Astarism. Mona extols holistic wellness, keeping a healthy lifestyle and beauty from inside out.  You may follow her on Instagram: mkglife / yogamonadollsup

By Mona Gill

When it comes to skin care there are so many myths out there.

Here are some of my favourite myths and what skin care experts actually say about them.

Organic products are safe for everyone.

From my own experience not all organic products are suitable for my skin type. I actually break out into a rash from some of them.

According to experts, not all organic products are safe as it can also be potential allergens on the skin and can cause irritation.

You do not have to apply sunscreen when the sun is not out.

I am so guilty of this as I try to put less product on my face, but you have to use SPF even on cloudy days as the same amount of UV rays still reach the earth and sun damage is at a high risk.

If you have oily skin, avoid using moisturiser as it will lead to breakouts.

Something that I was also guilty for as my skin’s texture and hydration levels change according to the climate and diet.

According to experts, you should still use a moisturiser to maintain healthy skin. Pick a moisturiser that is light weight and oil-free instead.

Shaving your face will cause hair to grow back thicker and darker.

Firstly, that is not true speaking from experience. Shaving is a great way to exfoliate the top layer of your skin. Lots of high profile beauty bloggers and youtubers swear by it.

Botox is for older people.

This is false for sure! Lots of younger people are now getting Botox done as a preventative measure rather than correction later in life. Once again something a lot of those in the beauty industry are swearing by. Also, there are so many different forms of Botox now that are so natural-looking that you will not be able to even tell one does Botox injections unless they tell you personally.

With all this skin care talk, one of the highly recommended products is Astarism for all skin care needs that I myself have been using for nearly two years now. After moving back to Singapore from Canada, my skin had a hard time adjusting due to dietary changes, environmental factors and also hormones. I started using Astarism topically and also take the supplements to maintain my skin care health. I have to say that my skin has never looked and felt better. I apply Astarism  twice a day before my moisturiser and also during my night time skin care routine. I personally find that using it before bed time really lets your skin heal ,  rehydrates and plumps your skin especially if you have dry skin which helps reduce appearance of  fine lines especially my laugh lines.

Astarism facial serum is recommended to be used after cleansing your skin and before the application of your moisturiser 2 times a day for maximum benefits. Astarism contains astaxanthin that boosts skin base conditions for skin care to work on this leading to supple and useful skin. It fights against dryness, prevents wrinkles, supplies skins nutrients, keeps skin moist and maintains skin resilience.

Click here for more information on Astarism and its benefits.

Signing off till next time

Your beauty expert

Mona Gill

Monaartistry.com

Instagram @mkglife @yogamonadollsup

About the author:

Mona Gill is a busy mum and an entrepreneur. On top of that, she’s a yoga instructor and skincare expert. Mona is Astavita’s beauty and wellness ambassador. She attributes her stamina to cope with her busy lifestyle and still maintain clear complexion thanks to Astavita Healthy Living Antioxidants and Astarism. Mona extols holistic wellness, keeping a healthy lifestyle and beauty from inside out.  You may follow her on Instagram: mkglife.

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By Mona Gill

Does it help or does it make it worse for individuals dealing with this issue?

I think like any exercises, it can be yoga, Pilates, or basically any forms of exercise that is practised by an individual that is dealing with eating disorders can be a bit of a paradox. The practice of yoga when practiced without expectation brings feelings of acceptance, body confidence and even celebrate our bodies but at the same time, this can also bring about feelings of depression and also fuel hatred for their bodies which can be dangerous in extreme cases.

Firstly, let us address what are the two familiar types of eating disorders.

  • Anorexia – A serious mental disorder, where people (usually females) have a strong need to lose weight, a feeling that they’re never good enough, often self-inducing starvation, excessive exercise, and many times engaging in other self-destructive behaviors.
  • Bulimia Nervosa – also known as simply bulimia, is an eating disorder characterized by binge eating followed by purging. Binge eating refers to eating a large amount of food in a short amount of time. Purging refers to the attempts to get rid of the food consumed. This may be done by vomiting or taking laxatives.

Those with eating disorders are already critical of themselves and tend to have unattainable ideals. They already have body dysmorphia and may even practice several times a day. They may even take classes like hot yoga or  get so consumed in finding peace in a mediation class that it can lead to frustration which pushes them mentally and physically causing fainting in classes while on low calorie diets and liquid cleanses.  They are so consumed with looking a certain way based on the disconnection between body and mind. This can lead to more complicated health issues and even death at times. They struggle so much with a negative body image and feel the pressure of having to become thin and strong.

With that said, how can yoga help? Research has shown that practicing yoga and meditation can improve physical, mental and spiritual health as part of the treatment programme. It’s not the cure but it can definitely help regain some control of your mind, body and spirit. Yoga does reduce the stress, anxiety, depression and any form of mental or mood related disorders. So, it is important to practice yoga in conjunction with pharmacological and psychological interventions for those with eating disorders so that it is beneficial for them during their treatment. Bear in mind though that recovery from eating disorders is a long and slow process. Any sort of trauma or stress can trigger relapses so it is always important to get to the root of the issue to address the possible causes of Anorexia or Bulimia.

Practicing yoga is definitely great for the recovery process and it is important to figure out some goals during this time. It could be accepting one’s self, building on self confidence, respecting yourself and personal boundaries and also be able to get uncomfortable and accept that this is part of your journey and it is nothing to be embarrassed about.

As part of any treatment, yoga should be done only if your doctor has given consent and under the supervision of a certified yoga instructor.

Namaste

 

About the author:

Mona Gill is a busy mum and an entrepreneur. On top of that, she’s a yoga instructor and skincare expert. Mona is Astavita’s beauty and wellness ambassador. She attributes her stamina to cope with her busy lifestyle and still maintain clear complexion thanks to Astavita Healthy Living Antioxidants and Astarism. Mona extols holistic wellness, keeping a healthy lifestyle and beauty from inside out.  You may follow her on Instagram: mkglife.

By Mona Gill

Intermittent fasting is something that I had practiced before I got pregnant and it is also something that I am currently doing with my lifestyle. What are the benefits and how does it aid in your yoga practice or fitness programme? Here are my two-cents on it since I am living this lifestyle.

I am currently eating in a 6 – 8 hours window and normally fast for about 14 – 18 hours. It is said that it works better for women if they fast for about 14 hours instead of 18 hours but I think it depends on your lifestyle and what your body needs with this programme.

Why does it work?

Fasting is actually a century old tradition and it was practiced and still is practiced in some cultures. In today’s society however, many of us fast for cleansing purposes, detoxing and also for weight loss purposes. It actually does boost your metabolism and get to your fat stores a lot faster.

The reason I connect it to yoga is because I practice it on a daily basis first thing in the morning and I noticed some changes. Firstly, it does test your willpower especially on days where my last meal is at 4pm or 5pm. When coupled with yoga, meditation, the whole mind body connection becomes a life-changing and lifestyle experience.

I find that the emptier your system is, the deeper you get into your practice. It can start from your breath to your stretch to your twist. You’ll be able to push the extra mile and not feel so sluggish and actually feel stronger.

I practice about 5 – 6 days a week and I find my practice a lot stronger and I am clearer and able to focus during meditation a lot better.

With all that said of course you have to find a fast that work well for you. I do it based on my lifestyle as I also like to wake up early and workout early. A few people I know who practice intermittent fasting work the 18 – 24 hours fast period where they fast from e.g. Dinner to dinner the next day so they only eat one meal a day. Others adopt the 5:2 fast where they eat normally 5 days a week and the other 2 non-consecutive days they eat minimal amount of calories.

One trick that works well before embarking on any long term fast is to replace all the unhealthy foods in your pantry / refrigerator to wholesome healthy foods especially since the first few days you tend to get a bit hungrier. It is also important to know that this fast will only work if you are eating healthy and normally as well and not stuffing your face with whatever comes your way.

I also personally practice affirmations to really clear my mind off negativity.

Final tip, please ensure you are taking in enough water. We need to purify our digestive systems and also we do not want to feel ill and weak.

And with all fasting programme, please do ensure you get the clearance from your doctor to make sure it is safe for you!

P.s: If curious start with a couple of days , you do not have to dive right in. Start slow and see how you feel and do some yoga along with it.

Till next time,

Namaste

Mona G

 

About the author:

Mona Gill is a busy mum and an entrepreneur. On top of that, she’s a yoga instructor and skincare expert. Mona is Astavita’s beauty and wellness ambassador. She attributes her stamina to cope with her busy lifestyle and still maintain clear complexion thanks to Astavita Healthy Living Antioxidants and Astarism. Mona extols holistic wellness, keeping a healthy lifestyle and beauty from inside out.  You may follow her on Instagram: mkglife.

By Mona Gill

We all agree that yoga is something that is beneficial at whatever age we are. But it is especially beneficial for the elderly and seniors. Why? As we age and get older, our bodies naturally become weaker. We get more prone to diseases and our overall health does get compromised.

Doing some asanas daily does have its benefits such as reducing stress, combat fatigue and help manage pain especially in our joints.

It does not have to be difficult neither does one have to be flexible. The main goal here would be able to do these poses / asanas correctly with proper form for maximum benefits.

Here are some of my top 5 asanas that I would recommend for someone who is a senior.

Downward facing dog: This tops my list as it helps combat irritability especially if stressed and if you have trouble sleeping this one will help with that.

Warrior 1: This is a great strength building pose especially since as we age we get weaker and are more prone to fractures. So, warrior 1 is one that helps strengthen our legs and also core and hips. I would advise to do this pose in stages against wall or assisted if one feels unstable and gradually work towards building strength and balance.

Chair pose: This is another strength building pose and also one that that challenges the heart and other area of the body all at once. The benefit of doing this asana is that it helps lower blood pressure so its definitely a good one to incorporate into your practice on a regular basis regardless of age.

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Legs against the wall: This pose is great especially when one has trouble falling asleep. Use a support such as a pillow or a thick blanket if you need to under your lower back. Stay in this position for 15 minutes for maximum benefits.

Savasana : Also known as corpse pose. Savasana focuses mainly on relaxation and also your breath. Use a support under your head /back/knees if needed and gently relax into this pose inhaling and exhaling deeply.

Ending in Savasana is great at the end of a yoga practice as it actually gives you more energy and you will feel more relaxed as well as centered.

These poses/asanas mentioned above are suitable for any age in a yoga practice but it is especially beneficial for the elderly. Always just make sure that they are assisted and encouraged when doing these poses. A little goes along way as we age so its better to move the body safely than to do nothing at all and what better way than to do it with some doable yoga poses.

Namaste,

Mona Gill

 

About the author:

Mona Gill is a busy mum and an entrepreneur. On top of that, she’s a yoga instructor and skincare expert. Mona is Astavita’s beauty and wellness ambassador. She attributes her stamina to cope with her busy lifestyle and still maintain clear complexion thanks to Astavita Healthy Living Antioxidants and Astarism. Mona extols holistic wellness, keeping a healthy lifestyle and beauty from inside out.  You may follow her on Instagram: mkglife.

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By Mona Gill

A lot of people have been asking me about my current skin care routine and what have I been doing different. My skin’s texture has been improving over a period of time and it is especially noticeable when I do not wear any makeup and even when I do wear makeup. I do not have bad skin but my skin does have some texture and it is nice to see that improving over time.

So here is what I currently use for my skin.

1) I do not use a separate facial wash. I actually skip that step and cleanse my skin with what I use to remove my makeup. I just make sure that I take all my makeup off well. Currently I am using Lumiere De Vie Cellular cleanser and it purifies my skin well enough that I do not need to rinse and scrub.

2) The most important product in my skin care routine, Astarism from www.astavita.sg.

I have raved about this skin care base serum so much and I truly believe that this product with natural astaxanthin has really helped improve my skin’s texture with its anti- ageing properties. I highly recommend it and if you use my code MKGLIFE at checkout you will get a 20% discount.

3) I also layer my skin with a second serum and skip a moisturizer. I feel that a moisturizer is a little heavy for me right now and instead I use a moisturizing serum.

4) The final thing I have been doing religiously is an exfoliating mask. It makes my skin look radiant and fresh. It actually exfoliates your dull skin and smoothens out your skin’s texture, so it looks healthier and plump.

This routine is what works for me and it is different from person to person. But also do bear in mind that what you eat and drink also play a part in maintaining healthy skin so do try and drink enough water and eat healthily with the right amounts of protein, carbs, vegetable and EFAs.

Hopefully you found this useful and if you have any questions do drop me a message and I would be happy to answer them.

Yours truly,

Mona Gill

 

About the author:

Mona Gill is a busy mum and an entrepreneur. On top of that, she’s a yoga instructor and skincare expert. Mona is Astavita’s beauty and wellness ambassador. She attributes her stamina to cope with her busy lifestyle and still maintain clear complexion thanks to Astavita Healthy Living Antioxidants and Astarism. Mona extols holistic wellness, keeping a healthy lifestyle and beauty from inside out.  You may follow her on Instagram: mkglife.

By Mona Gill

Do you ever feel like you need to just shut off and sleep like a baby?

We all do suffer from insomnia from time to time and it’s often stress related from work, life and other factors. It is important to know that lack of sleep over a long period of time does affect our moods, wellbeing, increases the risks of anxiety, diabetes and heart related diseases.

Usually getting enough sleep is easier said than done. January is often a stressful month for me as I work on myself with big changes and shifts usually happening for me, so I find myself doing more yoga poses before bedtime to help release some tension to get a proper night’s sleep.

Here are a few asanas that you can try before bedtime to establish a bedtime routine that is relaxing to ensure some good quality shut eye.

Remember to hold these poses while focusing on your breath for a while to ensure maximum benefits and use props such as pillows / blocks or straps under your hips or knees to help support the pose.

1) Baddha Konasana (bound angle) – this pose helps with tight hips and releases tension.

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2) Balasana (child’s pose) – calms the mind.

(credit: http://www.stylecraze.com/articles/balasana-child-pose/)

3) Uttanasana (easy forward bend) – this pose creates overall ease in the body.

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4) Viparita Karani (legs up on the wall) – soothing because this pose is like an inversion and blood flow can rush back to your heart.

(credit: http://www.stylecraze.com/articles/viparita-karani-legs-up-the-wall-pose/#gref)

5) Savasana (Corpse pose) – King of all poses, this pose focuses on breath, letting go and brings awareness.

(credit: http://www.stylecraze.com/articles/shavasana-corpse-pose/#gref)

It is important to focus on breath during these asanas. I always pay attention to my exhales especially as it releases the ” stale air” trapped in the body. Try these asanas at home before bed to see if it makes a difference to help you sleep better.

 

About the author:

Mona Gill is a busy mum and an entrepreneur. On top of that, she’s a yoga instructor and skincare expert. Mona is Astavita’s beauty and wellness ambassador. She attributes her stamina to cope with her busy lifestyle and still maintain clear complexion thanks to Astavita Healthy Living Antioxidants and Astarism. Mona extols holistic wellness, keeping a healthy lifestyle and beauty from inside out.  You may follow her on Instagram: mkglife.

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