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Aishwarya Dhanush's unique yoga leaves netizens surprised!

Friday, August 14, 2020 • Tamil Comments

Aishwarya Dhanush, the elder daughter of superstar Rajnikanth and wife of actor Dhanush is a multitalented personality with different facets, surprising people with her unique talents.

Aishwarya Dhanush has directed two movies - 3 starring Dhanush and Shruti Haasan, she has crooned songs in few movies and is also a trained Bharatanatyam dancer.

Now, Aishwarya Dhanush has stunned netizens with her yoga skills. The director has been regularly sharing photos of her performing different yogasanas, and her latest photo perfoming the tough Halasana has amazed netizens who are raving Aishwarya Dhanush's fitness and flexibility.

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Hope you all had a joyous Janmashtami and feasted on homemade treats! I love how festivals bring positivity and give us a reason to smile, spread joy and be happy! This brings me to this week’s #WellnessWednesdaysWithAishwaryaa with 3 tips on Body, Mind and Nourishment! Don’t forget to tag @sarvayogastudios @thedivayoga and me, when you post BODY - Today’s pose is Halasana 1. Lie on your back with your palms facing the ground 2. Take a deep breathe in and with that exhale, press your palms into the floor and raise your legs towards the ceiling 3. For added support you can place your hands on your lower back or clasp it together with the help of a prop. 4. You can also bend your knees if you’re losing balance 5. Slowly & gradually, try touching your feet to the ground behind. If needed you can place a pillow/brick for added assistance 6. Breathe slowly. To come out of the pose,slowly release your hands from your back and bring your feet flat on the ground Halasana is known to send calming vibes to your brain and flush out toxins! MIND How often do you feel good about yourself? Admire yourself? We always tend to focus on our shortcomings. So today, let’s do a small activity. Write down 3 of the favourite things about your physical appearance and retrace to it now and then ! Respect yourself and that makes a world of a difference Trust me, you’ll feel really good! NOURISHMENT Something I always follow - eat seasonal. There’s a reason mangoes don’t grow in winters and strawberries don’t grow in summers. Enjoy the fruit of the season and reap all its natural benefits! This was me! Now I’d love for you’ll to try any of the Body, Mind or Nourishment tips and post pictures :) #wellnesswednesdays #mindfulnesswithsarva #strongerwithsarva #sarvayoga #yogaeveryday #fitindiamovement #bodymindnourish

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Weeks and Wednesdays seem to be racing past and I cannot harp enough on how important being well physically and mindful it is during times like these ..I hope you are taking care of yourselves and yours at home, staying safe and healthy. I love sharing the habits that I regularly follow with you and its overwhelming to see you’ll do the same! That brings me to this week’s #WellnessWednesdaysWithAishwaryaa Don’t forget to tag @sarvayogastudios & @thedivayoga when you post! BODY - My pose for this week is A Locust Pose Variation, also called Shalabhasana - Begin with lying down on your stomach with your face facing downwards. Keep your palms on either side of your chest, close to your body - With an exhale, lift both legs up at 40 degrees, taking the support of your pelvic area - Inhale, bend the left knee and raise the right leg higher off the mat with your right knee resting on the sole of your left foot. Hold this pose for some time and release it, repeating on the other side MIND Working from home can get quite tedious, lonely and sometimes, even sad. Given that you spend 9-10 hours at your work desk, ensure that there’s something on it that you love. From being a picture of your family ,some candles, it can be anything ..a small plant, colours that soothe you etc. Brighten up your desk so your everyday work is more joyful. NOURISHMENT Listen to your body, what do you feel like eating? Comfort food? Go ahead ..A slice of cake? Chips? Pasta? Biryani? Chocolate?eat your comfort food, although in moderation and try burning it out the week to feel you deserve it. Let it bring you the happiness without the guilt. I want you’ll to know that I’m not expert at nutrition or relaxation but these are small things that I personally follow and feel has made a difference in my lifestyle ..Hope you’ll enjoy them too! Happy rest of the week ahead :) #WednesdayWisdom #midweekmotivation #sarvayoga #strongerwithsarva #mindfulnesswithsarv #yogalife #sarvanourish

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It’s a beautiful Wednesday again #WellnessWednesdaysWithAishwaryaa and I feel doing this on a Wednesday is so ideal since we all need that mid-week break! So here are my 3 tips for Mind, Body and Nourishment! Don’t forget to tag @sarvayogastudios and @thedivayoga when you post :) BODY Today’s pose is Ustrasana or the Camel Pose - Stand on your knees, keeping your knees and feet slightly apart - Lean backwards slowly trying to touch the right heel with the right hand and the left heel with the left hand. Go only as far as you can - Push your hips forward, bending your head backwards, as far as possible - Support your weight equally on both arms and legs - Relax the back muscles - Stay in the position as long as you find it comfortable and when ready, release the hands from the heels one by one and return to the starting position MIND Try this task for you to create a habit. For the next few days, as soon as you wake up, skip the urge to look at your phone/emails/Instagram etc. Take a deep breath in and sigh it out, maybe look outside the window to see the sunshine. Consciously keep your phone away from your bed so you’re not tempted. The first few moments as you wake up are crucial to your mood. So, start your day on a happy ,positive note NOURISHMENT Hydrate. Hydrate. Hydrate. Cannot say this enough. No matter what the season is, remind yourself to drink at least 3 litres of water everyday to keep your skin, hair, and body healthy. Hope you have a great rest of the week too! Stay indoors ,wear a mask when you need to step out and stay safe ! #WellnessWednesdays #fitnessmotivation #fitindiamovement #wednesdaywisdom #yogaathome #workoutathome

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Wow it’s already Wednesday again!Seeing you guys do the poses I post keeps me motivated to do this every week! So here I am with my 3 tips for #WellnessWednesdaysWithAishwaryaa Don’t forget to tag me @sarvayogastudios & @thedivayoga when you post! 1. Yoga Pose 2. Mindfulness Tip 3. Nourishment Tip YOGA POSE This pose is a variation of the Pigeon Pose or Eka Pada Rajakapotasana & here are the steps :) - Come onto all fours with your hands shoulder width apart and about a hand span in front of your shoulders - - Bring your right knee forward and place it on the floor just behind and slightly to the right of your right wrist, with your shin on a diagonal and your right heel pointing toward your left frontal hipbone - - Your left quadriceps should squarely face the floor so that your leg is in a neutral position - - Extend your torso forward across your right shin, walking your arms out in front of you and try to release your forehead towards the floor. You can also raise your arms up in the air, joining your palms together - Bend forward only after you've checked your alignment and pay attention to your body at all times MINDFULNESS TIP - With most of us working from home, to all the overworked mothers and bored youngsters there are quite a few moments throughout the day when we get anxious, restless, worried etc. Whenever you feel this, close your eyes and take 3 long, deep breaths and sigh it out. You’ll feel calmer, more relaxed and focused on what you’re doing! NOURISHMENT TIP - As far as possible, avoid drinking coffee after 6pm for a good night’s sleep! I hope you all are not just doing the yoga poses, but also take care of your mind and nourishment! I will look forward to your amazing posts :) #mindfulnesswithsarva #sarvayoga #fitindiamovement #mylifemyyoga #strongerwithsarva #gratitude #yogalife

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hope you all are safe at home! Here’s #WellnessWednesdayWithAishwaryaa - 3 tips on how you can care for your mind and bod. I loved your participation last week so let’s keep it going. So, here we go! 1. Any Backbend of your choice 
This week, I’m not going to tell you do mirror my pose exactly but to do a pose of your choice, something that is in your comfort zone. You can try any of the following backhanding poses 
- Ustrasana or Camel Pose
- Bujangasana or Cobra Pose
- Setubandasana or the Bridge pose Do whatever pose your mind and body tells you to and tag us. 1. Mindfulness Tip - Before you go to sleep, read a book of your choice or listen to your favourite music/sounds and avoid looking at your phone. You can pick the Sleep Stories or Mindfulness Modules from the SARVA App as well. 3. Nutrition Tip - Drink at least 3 litres of water everyday, you’ll not just feel energised but also be more focused towards whatever you’re doing. I hope you will do all of these and tag me, @sarvayogastudios and @thedivayoga in your pictures. I promise, it’s very easy. Just take that few minutes of the day for yourself and you will see the difference ! #WellnessWednesdayWithAishwaryaa #yogaplus #fitindiamovement #mylifemyyoga #sarvayoga

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It may be yet another Wednesday but for yourself, its another day to love, care and nurture your mind and body. So here we are - #WellnessWednesdaysWithAishwaryaa where I give you a tip each, for your Body, Mind and Nourishment hoping that it will contribute to your well being.. Don’t forget to tag me, @sarvayogastudios & @thedivayoga when you post Body Today’s pose is a One Legged Bridge Pose or Eka Pada Sethu Bandha Sarvangasana - Lie on your back with your knees bent and flat on the floor and arms on your side. Exhale, press your feet on the floor and lift your hips up in the bridge pose - If comfortable, roll your shoulders and clasp your hands underneath your hips, pushing your pelvis upwards - While in the pose, press into your right foot, lifting your left foot off the ground, extending it towards the sky - Ensure you right foot is flat on the ground during this time. As you breathe, try to lift your pelvis higher - Hold for a few seconds and repeat on the other side Mind We all have memories from our childhood that are associated with a happy emotion. Find that. It can be a storybook, a tune, the aroma of a particular dish - anything. Revisit it and let those memories be a source of happiness for you and your loved ones this week Nourishment Our Indian cooking style celebrates turmeric in several ways because of its healing properties. Try including it in your daily diet either in your masalas, with milk or water in the morning or in whichever way it pleases your palate. It can work wonders for your immunity. That’s it from me for #WellnessWednesdaysWithAishwaryaa and I LOVE seeing you all do these and post pictures on your stories, I will be reposting them on mine as well :) Stay safe, stay indoors as much as possible ,stay happy and healthy #wednesdaywisdom #wellnesswithsarva #mylifemyyoga #fitindiamovement #yogaeveryday #nourishwithsarva #mindfulnesswithsarva

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I hope you are safe, happy, and healthy at home. We’ve all stayed so strong through so many months of lockdown, and it’s so inspiring. I know the lockdown can take a toll on our physical and mental wellbeing so it’s very important you pay attention to your needs. every Wednesday, I’m going to try and post something for #WellnessWednesdayWithAishwaryaa - 3 tips on how you can care for your mind and body. It’s going to be - A yoga pose - A mindfulness exercise - A nutrition tip Do remember to tag me, @sarvayogastudios, @thedivayoga & #WellnessWednesdayWithAishwaryaa when you do it. I’d love if you guys participate in this challenge which if all about caring for yourself. So, here we go! 1. Yoga Pose - Elevated Plank Pose with Yoga Blocks/Chair/Short Stool
 - To get into the pose, place your feet on the elevated chair, sofa or a short stool. Ensure that your body is a straight line from your shoulder to your heels. - Keep your wrists under your shoulder and contract your abs so it’s tight - Look straight down at the floor to avoid any strain on your neck muscles - Elevating your legs makes the pose a little more challenging. If you’re not able to do this, you can do a normal plank - Hold this pose for as long as you can and carefully come out of it, bringing one leg down at a time 2. Mindfulness Tip - Start a gratitude journal. Every day, write down one thing you’re thankful for/you love/you adore. Keep going back to it whenever you feel low 3. Nutrition Tip - Start each day with a warm cup of lemon water to cleanse your system from within. Take care and stay happy and stay safe ! #WellnessWednesdayWithAishwaryaa #yogaplus #fitindiamovement #mylifemyyoga #sarvayoga #divayoga

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What are the things that really make you happy? A healthy body, a happy family, a relaxed, calm mind, and life itself? Me too. Yoga has taught me to appreciate and cherish every little aspect of my mind, body and life. This lockdown has given us the rare opportunity to spend time with our loved ones and ourselves. Use it. Practice yoga, cook your meals & spend evenings with your family - and you’ll not feel ‘locked-down’ anymore. This International Yoga Day, recognise your source of happiness and be grateful for it. We at @sarvayogastudios and @thedivayoga hope to make a difference in your lives, whether its International Yoga Day or just any other day. Lots of love and happiness,stay safe Aishwaryaa R Dhanush #happymind #happybody #positivevibes

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Hope you had a lovely weekend! Back with week 2 of #aishwaryaasmondaymotivation where I’ll be posting some of my favourite, most challenging and motivating yoga poses and you guys have to do the pose, click a picture, tag me, @malaikaaroraofficial and @thedivayoga and #aishwaryaasmondaymotivation while posting it We'll feature some of the best poses! So are you ready to begin? This week’s pose is Natarajasana - or the Dancer’s Pose Steps to do the pose: 1. Stand straight with your arms by your side. 2. Inhale, bend your right leg backward and hold your right ankle with your left hands 3. Try to raise your right leg upward with the help of your hand, as much as possible. 4. Extend your left arm in front of you to balance 5. Breathe normally and repeat on the other side. Natarajasana strengthens your legs, ankles and chest, and also plays a huge part in improving your overall posture. If you feel this is difficult, go as far as you can, every little step is important. And don’t forget to flaunt your moves! #yogamoves #yogainchennai #mondaymoves #mondaymotivation #yogalife #yogagirl #yogapose #yogainspiration #yogapractice #fitnessmotivation #divayoga #divalife #yoga #yogagram

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