Who says only a few minutes of yoga won’t make a difference?



Nothing beats the feeling of relaxation and peace that you gain after having done an hour of yoga.

Even though asanas and pranayama may seem like nothing but mere stretches and breathing exercises, we cannot overstate their impact on our overall wellbeing.

It isn’t until a few years back that yoga and meditation have positioned themselves at the centre-stage of health and wellness.

However, many people still don’t embrace this magical detox practice as a part of their daily routine. While some are just too indolent, others don’t believe in its power.

What is to be noted is that you do not need to dedicate hours of your day to do yoga to gain its maximum benefit.

A few minutes can go a long way!

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Here’s what Lulu Raghavan, Landor & Fitch India’s managing director had to say when asked about her fitness routine.

“From 5 to 6 am, I go for a walk or do yoga now. That energises me for the day. I’m a huge fan of Robin Sharma’s The 5 AM Club, which changed my life,” she said.

“Workout has been my biggest saviour,” she added.

An entrepreneurial career like hers comes with endless responsibilities that make it hard for one to allocate time for leisure activities.

However, regardless of how busy you are, tending to your wellbeing is something that should not be compromised.

With that said, the founder of Boundary Holding, Rajat Khare, is also someone who has been into yoga lately.

Khare took it to his social media handle, where he mentioned how 10-15 minutes of light stretches followed by asanas, help him to mentally detox and start his day on a positive note.

These are some testimony to how doing just a few minutes of yoga as a part of your daily routine can help you with your overall health, which will reflect on your career as well.

If you haven’t been adopting yoga already, maybe it’s about time that you do.