Mandira Bedi shares yoga pose for boost spine health
Actor Mandira Bedi shares her workouts, recently took to Instagram to demonstrate a standing backbend. While it is probably not a big task for someone so flexible, it was the effortless style and the way held the pose that caught our attention. The 48-year-old shared the video with a caption, "#standingbackbend and a 10k run (within my home of course)."
When done with a proper posture, a standing backbend becomes the base of deeper yoga practices. It is a good heart-opening exercise which means that it helps release tension, which may often be visible in the neck and shoulder muscles. It also helps the respiratory system as the breaths become fuller and deeper. It also helps boost energy because of which it becomes an integral part of flow yoga sequences that prepare the body for more intense yoga poses.