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Yoga Influencer Vani Shukla at Womenlines from Australia brings to you yoga for a healthy heart.

Can yoga improve the health of the heart? This is a common question by people who are not following yoga and doubt its effectiveness. Yoga experts always emphasize that yoga definitely helps in off-loading stress and regularly practising yoga can be helpful in lowering blood cholesterol, blood pressure and heart rate. Yoga can also improve heart health by increasing circulation and blood flow.

Check out 3 yoga poses of yoga shared by Yoga influencer Vani Shukla.

1) Each position you can hold as long as you feel comfortable.
2) Focus on your breath during these positions and try to keep the mind blank.
3) It can help you to balance your blood pressure and improve your resting heartbeat.

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Vani has been into Yoga and Fitness for more than 18years. She is a post-graduate in Yoga therapy from India. She was among the first female fitness experts in Delhi to qualify American Council on Exercise exam in 2011. Presently she lives in Adelaide Australia for the past five years and runs International Yoga Retreats and workshops.

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