Benefits of yoga in yog maya chai
Noida : If you haven’t been practicing yoga or have never tried it, now is the time to consider doing it. And it’s not just because of its physical benefits such as muscle conditioning, weight loss, increased stamina, and flexibility. Yoga is also great in de-stressing you, helping you achieve optimum mental health and inner peace.
Yoga strengthens your immune system, helps you have better posture, relieve pain, and improve your sleep. While there are already many benefits to practicing yoga, infusing it with a Yog Maya Chai will magnify its benefits.
Similar to yoga, yog maya chai has many health benefits and can help you detoxify and reduce your stress and anxiety. Rich in natural antioxidants, tea boosts your metabolism, your immune system, and reduces inflammation. Plus, its aroma and taste, and the soothing feeling when your sipping tea makes it a perfect match to your pre- and post-yoga practice.
Some of the well-known benefits of combining tea and yoga practice are:
▪ It helps relieve stress since it’s a mind-body practice.
▪ It helps with pain management as it increases the healing process for those with chronic pain, muscle soreness, and stiffness.
▪ It helps improve your sleep patterns as both yoga and tea have a calming effect and sleep-inducing benefits.
▪ It strengthens your immune system as yoga and tea promote circulation, as well as it stimulates the four main physiological systems which are interconnected to the immune system: digestive, circulatory, endocrine and nervous systems.
And now, with your newfound awareness of the benefits of combining the two, here are four yoga-tea combinations you must try.
Yog maya chai has all the below herb which gives individual benefit to us
Active yoga practice and black tea in yog maya chai
If you’re planning to do a Power Yoga, a vigorous Vinyasa, or Ashtanga, then drinking black tea before your workout is a great idea. Since you would want to have better focus and sustained energy during an active yoga—black tea should be your pick-me-up drink before your session. Particularly, if you often feel light-headed after a vigorous Vinyasa practice, the caffeine in black tea can help a lot as it improves your circulation.
Black tea is not just a caffeinated tea, it improves circulation, and stamina helps burn calories, and reduces cardiovascular problems. To reap its full benefits, limit drinking it with milk and sugar.
Hot yoga practice and mint in yog maya chai
Hot yoga practice like Bikram usually requires a room to be typically heated at a temperature of 95-105 degrees. This is to promote flexibility, detoxifies muscles and organs, as well as prevents injury. Or if you’re practicing yoga during a hot summer class, the perfect match for hot yoga practice is mint tea.
Sipping a cup of mint tea after sweating a lot after your hot yoga class can help you transition back to the real world by calming and cooling your senses. Mint tea activates the cold-sensitive receptors of your body’s cells thereby bringing a cooling sensation. There’s a variety of mint teas you can try, such as peppermint tea, mint hibiscus, and mint chai.
Meditative yoga and green tea in yog maya chai
Meditative yoga practice like Hatha or Kundalini assists you to achieve a calm and meditative mindset. These yoga practices often involve long-held poses, chanting, and meditation. To better cultivate calmness and improve your focus, it helps to sip a cup of green tea before or after your session.
Steeping some loose leaf green tea is a go-to brews for yogis before meditation session because this tea is rich in healthy polyphones and catechism. These immune-boosting antioxidants found in green tea fight heart disease, certain types of cancer, and inflammatory diseases. A freshly brewed cup of this tea will surely enhance your focus and concentration thus assisting you in getting the best out of your meditative yoga session.
Healing yoga practice and ginger tea in yog maya chai
Healing yoga practice such as Iyengar focuses on the alignment of your body, injury recovery, and joint health. This practice requires you to have a slow and deliberate pace, and more long-held poses. This type of healing yoga is perfect for rehabilitating underused or injured joints, which is why it’s perfect to pair it with herbal teas like ginger tea.
Ginger tea, as well as turmeric, are great anti-inflammatory herbs. The slightly spicy taste of ginger helps you to chill as it brings a cooling and soothing sensation too. Other pain-relieving and healing herbal teas you can try are cinnamon, chamomile, and lavender tea.
Yoga & Yog Maya chai effect on body
Yoga and tea are the perfect pairing, and have historically been used together to promote health and well-being. Some yoga studios even serve hot tea following each yoga session! Drinking tea first thing in the morning is such a lovely, warming ritual (especially if you live somewhere that’s a bit chilly) and helps to promote good digestion and gut health.
We’re constantly rediscovering old traditions when it comes to living a healthy life — the most popular being yoga and tea. Both have been used for thousands of years to improve and restore health all around the world. If you’re constantly suffering from fatigue, back pain, headaches and stress, your body is trying to tell you something. It’s telling you to step back, relax, and start over.
If you want to give your life and body a hard reset without spending a fortune, consider adding Yog maya chai (35 herbs & spices) and a form of yoga to your life.
By combining the two into your everyday routine, you’ll bring balance, energy, and longevity to your life in just a few short weeks!
Nri Chaiwala strongly believes if our health is the result of the balance within our bodies. If your brain isn’t balanced, then your body won’t be balanced.
Yoga: With a concentration on introspective deep breathing, yoga calms our body, inducing a sense of balance and union between the mind, body, and spirit.
Tea: Yog Maya chai which has 35 Herbal & spices help to maintain balance within our bodies by regulating the major body systems that keep us healthy (our immune system, endocrine system, and digestive system).
Nri Chaiwala strongly believes if Energy is the life force that enables us to keep up with the mental and physical demands of modern life.
Yoga: One type of energy we need is used to fight fatigue. Yoga is particularly good at energizing us with this form of energy by clearing blockages in the energy channels of our bodies, which is especially important to stimulate blood flow to counter long periods of sitting.
Tea: Another type of energy, called adaptive energy, helps condition our responses to stressors, whether they be social, emotional, or environmental stresses in our lives, or physical, chemical, or biotic stresses in our body.
Special types of herbs in Yog maya Chai, called adaptogens, build up our adaptive energy enabling our body to adapt and more effectively maintain balance under stress.
How they work together: Yoga and YG Maya Chai allow our bodies to better handle the stressors of our fast-paced, modern-day lives and live more fully.
Nri Chaiwala strongly believe if Longevity is living unrestrained by our bodies. More than ever, the environments we live in and the foods we eat are contaminated with pollution, pesticides, and other undesirables that increase the risk of cancers and diseases as we age.
Yoga: Yoga poses coupled with deep breathing increases circulation and oxygenation of blood. This helps detox and rejuvenate the body.
Tea: Yog Maya Chai helps us obtain protective plant nutrients (phytonutrients) from herbs that the average American doesn’t get in their daily diet. The special herbs used in Yog Maya Chai contain phytonutrients that have potent antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties that protect against and support disposal of harmful environmental contaminants.
How they work together: By contributing to an active lifestyle and nutritious diet, yoga and Yog Maya Chai help reduce the adverse effects of our toxic environment, allowing us to age with fewer worries.
NRI Chaiwala suggestion to gain maximum benefit, start doing yoga and have yog maya chai every day.’