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Yoga for post-delivery weight loss!

Sumitra Gopal
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Yoga for post delivery weight loss

Sumitra enjoyed her pregnancy. She says: "Pregnancy was one of my best times ever... my body was the source for another life... this was an overpowering experience and I still get goosebumps when I think about it!" And yes, the cherry on top was that she got the 'licence to eat': To indulge in anything, at anytime! Voila! And she took full advantage of this while trying to gain within the prescribed 12-15 Kgs of weight. When it came to shedding the flab post delivery, she enjoyed that too thoroughly - she took to yoga and got the results she wanted. As they say, if you have the right attitude, things get right on their own. Hear it from Sumitra...


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harshita nanduri

| Aug 01, 2017

I had c-section. So from when can I join my post natal yoga sesaion. it's already been 2 months since I delivered my baby.

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Neelima

| Jul 30, 2017

My baby is 2 month old. can I start the surymanskar or other yoga posture or not???

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Jothipriya K

| Jun 30, 2017

Hi, my second baby s 3 months old.. N am worried of weight loss n getting back to shape.. I had a c section.. So I wanna know wen can I start to do yoga n is tat safe??

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sneha hasbhavi

| Jun 23, 2017

ty

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Varsha Bhanushali

| Jun 22, 2017

hi sneha, you can also take jeera powder with Shatavari Churna and milk try eating lots of proteins like Khichdi take buttermilk curds and rajgira laddu and take a Dink ladoo it has coconut and kharek mix together it helps in increasing milk production its personally tried

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Kavya

| Jun 21, 2017

Agree with this.. but which asanas are best suited for moms who had c- section deliveries?

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Prerana Bhalla

| Jun 21, 2017

hello Sneha. first don't think that ur baby is not getting enough milk eventhough if you feel like that do these following simple things. 1 . Be happy bcoz if u r happy then automatically ur feed increases. 2. Take plenty of fluids. 3. Don't do dieting. 4. Take shatavari in milk.

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Prerana Bhalla

| Jun 21, 2017

on international yoga day you gave us valuable information. I agree prenatal and post natal yoga both are helpful

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sneha hasbhavi

| Jun 21, 2017

my baby is 6 months. I want to ask is m not getting enough of milk to feed him. plz tell what to do.

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Midhuna Sagari

| Jun 21, 2017

hi,I have undergone c -section before 8months still am having backpain

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Canisha Kapoor

| Jun 21, 2017

Hi i think yoga is excellent for weight loss and for getting back into shape after delivery. It is also gentle on the body like sumitra says. It makes you feel the energy again. There are many books available in the market to postnatal yoga. I suggest that you go and spend sometime and pick a guidebook that works for you and practise at your own pace. go slow, go steady!

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Santhoshlakshmi

| Jun 21, 2017

Im a working parent. I too wish to get tips for my weight loss.

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Piyali Hajra

| Jun 21, 2017

What type of yoga have to do ? Please tell us with pictures ?

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Harini

| Jun 21, 2017

I agree yoga good for both mentally n physically.. I m trained yoga person but nowadays after getting migraines when I do I get migraine.. after how many months of c section I can do asanas

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