We always advise our clients to do our sessions on an empty stomach. As per yogic methodology, doing asanas on an empty stomach can help you practise yoga in a deeper way and optimise the benefits.
Yoga experts say that ideally you should eat something very light and wait for an hour to practise yoga. We provide yoga classes in Bangalore where we share all these secret tips and tactics if you are doing yoga to gain or lose body weight.
Sri Krishna Wellness Yoga & Cultural Centre is a reputed name in the town where you can start your yogic journey. The institution provides you with techniques regarding yoga so that you can practise with your friends and family members on a regular basis.
To do yoga every day, you have to decide a fixed time for your session. Therefore, you have to chart out your meal times according to the yoga time. You should avoid doing evening yoga for 4 hours post a heavy meal, especially lunch. You can stretch your muscles better and perform yoga postures correctly if your food is fully digested.
Let’s look at the reasons why you should do your yoga session on an empty stomach.
FOR PROPER Digestion of Food
On joining our online yoga classes, you would get a schedule from us regarding when you should eat and when to avoid. You know that the human body needs at least 4 to 5 hours to digest food properly. Therefore, you have to provide that time to your body when you follow a yoga routine.
- Doing yoga immediately after having a heavy lunch will lead to a bloating problem. You may even feel extremely unwell if you do it rigorously.
- You should wait and listen to your body; if you wish to do asanas then you should do it by following the rules.
- After eating, the energy stored in the food gets released into the body therefore during that time all the organs of our body work effectively to digest the food. Hence, it is not required to boost additional energy through yoga into our bodies.
We at Sri Krishna Wellness Yoga & Cultural Centre have been conducting yoga classes for many years and we teach our students what they should do during yoga and what to avoid. Therefore, you will get all the information from us after joining the classes.
TO START THE Weight Loss Journey
If you are very keen on weight loss then you should not practise yoga with a full stomach. We can guide you about intermittent fasting that you can follow in your weight loss journey. Doing yoga with intermittent fasting can increase the metabolism level of your body. Therefore, the process of losing fat percentage from your body would get faster.
- In intermittent fasting, you have to keep fasting for about 12 to 16 hours straight, thus, in the meantime, you should do your yoga sessions to increase the blood circulation of your body.
- After increasing the level of blood circulation, your body would start creating energy from the fat stored in your body. Hence, after a few days, the fat percentage of your body would decrease automatically.
- Moreover, your digestive system, especially your metabolism rate, would increase to the highest level.
We provide exclusive guidance to our clients so that they can get the best benefits from our yoga courses. The method we use to provide information about the sessions is very simple and will shed light on all the aspects behind the weight loss journey properly.
After knowing the reasons you should also check out what type of food you can take before or after your yoga sessions.
FRESH Fruits & Veggies
You can eat fruits as much as you can before doing your yoga sessions. Remember that you have to wait for at least 1 hour for the fruits to be digested before you start the yoga class. You can also have a bowl of boiled veggies with a pinch of salt and pepper in it. This simple type of food can be easily digested.
To have a glass of oat smoothie, you have to take a cup of oats and soak it in water for about 8 to 9 hours. Thereafter, you have to blend the oat with your favourite fruits. You can have it before your yoga session or after.
We will guide you throughout the process regarding our yoga sessions and also tell you about the foods and beverages you can have before and after the sessions.
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