Ankita Konwar pulls off Matsyasana; Find out incredible benefits of this yoga pose

Milind Soman’s wife Ankita Konwar is a true fitness enthusiast. While many take a back seat on a vacation, Ankita and Milind often find a way to focus on their body and soul. Ankita’s Instagram is an inspiration for all of us who want to kick start our fitness journey. Recently, the yoga instructor shared a pose that helps in relieving stress.

Ankita posted a picture of herself on a photo-sharing application performing Matsyasana or the fish pose on her balcony. Along with it, she shared a note to give away an important message on self-healing and trust. She wrote, “To have faith in the universe also means trusting yourself completely. Most struggles between relationships are caused by lack of self-understanding. Once we learn how to understand and trust ourselves, trust our instincts, everything becomes easier.”

The fish pose or Matsyasana is a little tough to perform, however, its benefits make it worth every effort. To know more about this pose, let’s dive into its amazing benefits so that we can add it to our yoga routine.

  1. As the name suggests, while doing this asana, your body takes the shape of a fish.
  2. It is performed by lying down and tilting the head backwards.
  3. Matsyasana is also believed to be helpful in respiratory diseases such as asthma and bronchitis.
  4. Women who are suffering from irregular menstruation can do this asana to regulate their flow and cycle.
  5. Fish pose is also known to release stress from the shoulders, elbows and back.
  6. The asana is proven to build abdominal and thigh muscles.
  7. It stretches the whole body and improves blood circulation.
  8. Not just physically, but Matsyasana also helps you to feel mentally strong. It helps in relaxing and rejuvenating the whole body.
  9. Lastly, the fish pose strengthens the spine and is highly recommended for people who often complain of back pain.

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