As the International Yoga Day approaches on 21st June, here is a list of yoga appls which will enable you to practise the asanas better. Harvest the health, fitness and weight loss benefits of yoga with this tech guide.
As the International Yoga Day approaches on June 21, there are a few apps and online platforms to help yoga enthusiasts support their health without a prepared guide. Some apps likewise offer incorporated services with Apple health apps and other Android gadgets.
For the beginners, the Breathe app on Apple Watch guides you through a series of full breath and reminds to take time to breathe daily. Choose how long you want to breathe, then let the animation and gentle taps help you focus.
This app resembles a teacher in your pocket, inferable from itemized voice and visual instructions that guide you through each posture and each breath. More than 200 represented pictures demonstrate to you the correct posture and alignment, and an included dictionary describes the benefits and techniques of various poses.
It offers more than 500 asanas, in excess of 200 guided classes of yoga, pilates, reflection, more than 50 exercise plans and top mentors’ workshops that suit individuals from the amateur to cutting edge level. “Daily Yoga” integrates with the Apple Health App.
Accessible on the two iOS and Android, this is an apps that keeps it basic with only a couple of schedules and various stances. Choose from a 20, 40 or 60-minute workout, or master more than 30 yoga poses with helpful audio and video instruction with this app.
Accessible in six languages, “Asana Rebel” on iOS platform is for any individual who expects to get thinner and begin a healthy lifestyle. The app helps burn calories, strengthen the core, increase flexibility and balance the body while focusing on the mind.
It combines customized fitness and weight loss plans, along with a healthy meal tracker. “Yoga-Go” workouts only take between 7-30 minutes and you can burn up to 200 calories per session.
“Mindfulness means living in the present moment. By simply being aware of this tendency of the mind, we can actually save ourselves from getting stressed or worked up and relax the mind,” Mumbai-based yoga expert Natasha Noel told IANS. “What I really like about the Breathe app and about any kind of technique that is accessible to people, is that they do give people who might not otherwise give meditation a try, a sense of how powerful those techniques can be,” Noel added.