Shilpa Shetty Kundra has been advocating yoga and its health benefits for almost two decades now. In 2019, she launched her own holistic health app, Simple Soulful, that caters to yoga and diet programmes. She also hosts a radio show called Shape of You.
For Malaika Arora, yoga is a way of life. She calls herself a yogi and believes if you make it a part of your life, you will never find it boring. She never misses out on her sessions even on vacations. She also owns a yoga studio called Diva Yoga.
Kareena’s yoga journey started back in 2006, and she believes the world is a yoga mat. Her Instagram feed is filled with posts of yoga sessions with trainer Anshuka Parwani. Previously the actress had shared how doing Surya Namaskar helped her shed pregnancy weight.
Apart from strength training and pilates, Alia Bhatt’s fitness regime includes intense yoga sessions with trainer Anshuka Parwani. In her posts she can be seen performing asanas such as Kapotasana, Virabhadrasana, and Utthita Vasisthasana.
When not sweating it out at the gym, Sara Ali Khan can be seen doing yoga as she strongly believes that it is the journey of the self, through the self, to the self.
Her journey with yoga might be new as compared to the rest, but Ananya Panday aces every asana like a pro already, especially the Adho Mukha Vrksasana (handstand). She swears by it to improve balance and strengthen her immunity.
Rakul Preet is a yoga enthusiast and it’s pretty evident from her Instagram feed. For her International Yoga Day post, she wrote, “Yoga is Sanity, Yoga is alignment, Yoga is peace!! It’s more than just an activity, It is a way of LIFE.”
Scroll through Jacqueline's Instagram feed and you'll know how much she relies on yoga to stay fit. She advocates yoga as something that shows us our true selves, so this Yoga Day, she decided to celebrate it with people who have truly accepted their true selves - the LGBTQIA+ community.