An Indian author has created a new type of yoga that involves yoga stretching and breathing exercises, which she says are beneficial to balance.
Nandita Khatri is the founder of the Yoga Institute, which is aimed at promoting yoga as a healthy and peaceful practice.
She says yoga stretching has a calming effect on the body, while breathing exercises such as yoga, yoga meditation, and meditation yoga are also good for balance.
Khatri, who is based in New Delhi, has been studying yoga since the age of 15 and has been practicing it for the past nine years.
She is one of a handful of yoga practitioners in India who can now claim a Guinness World Record for the longest yoga stretch.
According to her website, yoga stretches can last for six to 12 minutes, while yogic breathing exercises can last from three to seven minutes.
Keshav Prasad, a yoga teacher and founder of a group called the Centre for Yoga Education, told NDTV that stretching is important in yoga.
“You need to keep your awareness of your breath and your heart rate and body sensations.
You have to stay in this state and stay in the present,” he said.
While Prasam said it is important to do yoga regularly, he said it should not be too intense.
“It is a good idea to take five minutes of stretching and breath exercise in the morning and evening.
That will make your body feel more comfortable and it will help you get into a better yoga practice,” he added.
Khattri said that it is not possible to practise yoga at home unless one has a yoga mat or a yoga bed.
The mat and bed are essential, she added.
The Yoga Institute was founded in 2002 and is currently located in a temple in Delhi.
It claims to have the largest number of students, and has a staff of over 200.
It also has a monthly magazine, Yoga India.
The institute’s website says its aim is to spread the yoga message.
The institute also has studios in Kolkata, Mumbai, Chennai, and Bangalore.
It was founded by Prasams family to help other yoga practitioners find a way to spread yoga.