Author archive for Varuna Khullar

  • Apr012020
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    PostNatal #yoganidra #guidedaudio

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        Well, we have talked a lot about how post pregnancy times can be challenging for a woman....

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  • Feb282020
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    Say Yes to Chair Yoga During Pregnancy

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    In the last five years or so, I have seen considerable increase in the number of women turning to...

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  • Feb142020
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    Should I or shouldn’t I practice yoga in my first trimester? and the answer is…..

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    Yes!** The miracle of birthing can only be experienced by a female. Doesn’t that make her the most privileged...

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  • Dec152019
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    Yoga works for polo players too

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    Manjeev, a professional polo player (Manjeev Natural Horsemanship), took to Yoga three years ago. His postures balancing, back pain,...

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  • Dec152019
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    Top Tips for Expecting Mothers

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    #repost, #farmerymilk A Yoga Instructor shares her Top Tips for Expecting Mothers Farmery team caught up with Varuna Khullar, a...

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  • Dec112019
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    Why I go back to Pranayama?

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    Let’s talk Pranayama! Whether I am happy or feeling a lull, on a chaotic day or on a super...

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  • Dec032019
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    4 Simple Daily Mindfulness Bites

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    ‘A yoga class at 9.30 am’ ‘Prepare morning meals before 9 am’ ‘Oh no, the phone is running out of...

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  • Sep262019
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    How to Start A Morning Yoga Routine – Guest Post

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    How to Start A Morning Yoga Routine Any time of day, yoga offers physical activity, reduces stress, and may...

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  • Jul072019
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    A Yoga Nidra break is more powerful than a nap or a cup of coffee!

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    Yoga Nidra or the psychic sleep is a state between wakefulness and dream. Infact, didn’t we all do Yoga...

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  • Apr152019
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    If it doesn’t matter…get rid of it… (Part 2)

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    I heard the footsteps coming towards me. I knew it was her. As she smilingly opened the door, a...

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