World Yoga Day witnesses a unique Session, Metalika Kitchen Yoga, highlighting kitchen utensils to prompt women to perform simple yoga asanas!
Hyderabad, June 2022: The World Yoga Day witnessed a unique Yoga Session, highlighting kitchen utensils to prompt women to perform simple yoga asanas to keep fit and healthy around the year. The inimitable session, Metalika Kitchen Yoga, was conducted by Yoga Guru Sujay Prakash, on the verge of acquiring a Ph.D., in Yoga, and hosted by Metalika Industries – the house of kitchen equipment, at Sanathnagar, today. A group of 65 and more Over 75 business honchos, professionals like Doctors, Psychologists, Marketing heads, retail chain owners, youth, and several men helping their better halves, participated in the live yoga session.
Women immersed in their daily chores and other commitment at home and office often neglect their health and by the time they get free from the responsibilities and become conscious of their health, it’s too late. Therefore at Metalika, we thought the best way to express our gratitude to women and pay our tribute to their life to commitment to family, is to make them conscious of their health and prompt them to perform yoga asanas every time they are reminded by the kitchen utensils, says Sharmila Jain, CEO, Metalika Industries.
Some of the asanas performed at the session and depicted kitchen utensils were, Padmasana depicting a Metal pot (ghadaa), sits still on a kitchen platform in a meditation pose. A few minutes of Padmasana helps to refresh the body and mind. The arch shape of the body like a bow in Dhauraasana depicts the Indian frying pan (Kadhaai), which has minimal base contact with the ground and helps to alleviate stress, anxiety, and fatigue, essential periodically for the women to keep going. The mop with its long, slim, and sturdy rod represents the Tadaasana where one stretches the body straight upwards. It helps women to correct muscle imbalances, and improve posture, which in the long run can avoid back pain and related health issues. The essential utensil in Indian households, the flat Tawa (iron plate for roti making) depicts Shavasana. Shavasana calms the central nervous system, aids in the digestive and immune systems of women who often neglect their own health.
If the lady at home is conscious of her health it percolates to the entire family, our initiative Metalika Kitchen Yoga, is to remind the women about yoga asanas through the kitchen utensils they are associated with and that help the entire family become healthy, says Rajesh Jain, Managing Director, Metalika Industries.