All mothers are unique in their postpartum experience. Alia Bhatt This is no exception. Bhatt, who had her first child Raha, with Ranbir Kapoor in November, is back to kick start her fitness journey. The Gangubai actor wrote in a heartfelt note on Instagram that she is “gradually re-building my connection with my core”.
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“One and a half months post-partum, after gradually re-building my connection with my core, and with full guidance from my teacher @anshukayoga I was able to attempt this inversion today,” said Bhatt, 29.
The picture shows her doing an inversion with aerial yoga.
“To my fellow mamas, listening to your body post-delivery is key. Listen to your body and don’t do anything that isn’t right for you. For the first week or two during my workouts, all I did was breathe… walk… find my stability and balance again (and I still have a long way to go),” she mentioned.
The actor also went on to add that it is crucial to “take your time – appreciate what your body has done”. “After what my body did this year I have taken a vow to never be hard on myself again. Childbirth is a miracle in every way, and giving your body that love and support that it gave you is the least we can do,” she said.
She also warned new mothers from exerting themselves and advised, “Everybody is different – pls speak to your doctor before doing anything that involves exercise”.
Her yoga trainer Anshuka Parwani Bhatt also shared a video on Instagram of her inversion using a hammock. “@aliaabhatt floating in her first hammock inversion postpartum. Only @shaheenb (Shaheen Bhatt) knows how much glee this brought me”, she captioned the post.
Many were impressed by her dedication and zeal, but a few mothers inquired from Anshuka if they could do yoga for mothers who had delivered via caesarean like Alia.
Anshuka mentioned, “4 weeks start very slow. Six weeks post C-section, you can increase abdominal engagement and increase intensity, but everyones body is bio individual so listen to yours.”
Yoga trainer Ira Trivedi told indianexpress.com She can be seen in a supported hanging position on the hammock This is considered to be good for circulation, just like a headstand.
Is it safe for mothers-to-be to do yoga?
Trivedi said that yoga is a great way to open your hips and improve your post-partum experience. “It’s a good gentle practice. Mothers must be cautious when feeding their babies. It must only be done under guidance and care,” Trivedi said.
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