A Healthy outside starts from the Inside

vegetable salad on white ceramic bowl
vegetable salad on white ceramic bowl
woman in blue leggings and black tank top doing yoga
woman in blue leggings and black tank top doing yoga

A Nutritionist guides individuals through Lifestyle Modification to achieve and sustain a healthier way of living

Here are some key contributions of a nutritionist in the context of A Healthy Lifestyle

  • Nutritional Assessment and Personalized Nutrition Plans

  • Optimal Nutrient Intake

  • Pre- and Post-Workout Nutrition

  • Body Composition Management

  • Education on Supplements

  • Education on Healthy Habits

At Mantra2Wellness we work towards providing Fitness through :

PILATES: Pilates is a form of exercise that focuses on strength, flexibility, balance, and core stability. Pilates advocates tout the core-strengthening benefits of the method to improve posture and balance. Pilates targets the "powerhouse" muscles, which include the glutes, hips, pelvic floor, and lower back.

Here is how Pilates can help us:

  1. Core strength

  2. Flexibility and muscular endurance

  3. Body awareness and control (Efficient movement through activities of daily living)

  4. Posture improvement

  5. Injury prevention and rehabilitation

  6. Stress reduction and relaxation

  7. Improved balance and coordination

Pilates can be practiced using various equipment, such as reformers, Cadillacs, or with just a mat.

YOGA: Yoga combines physical postures, breathing exercises, meditation to promote physical, mental, and spiritual well-being.

Here is how Yoga can help us:

  1. Improved Flexibility and Strength

  2. Better Posture

  3. Stress Reduction

  4. Enhanced Balance and Coordination

  5. Cardiovascular Health

  6. Stress reduction and relaxation

  7. Mental Clarity and Focus

RESISTANCE TRAINING: Resistance training, also known as strength training or weight training, involves using resistance or external force to cause muscle contractions and build strength, endurance, and muscle mass. There are several modes of resistance training, each with its unique benefits and considerations.

Here are some common modes of resistance training:

  1. Free Weights: Free weights with dumbbells

  2. Resistance Bands: Elastic bands come in various resistance levels and are excellent for both beginners and advanced individuals. They are portable and can be used for various exercises to target different muscle groups.

  3. Bodyweight Exercises: Bodyweight exercises utilize the body's weight as resistance, such as push-ups, squats, lunges, and planks. These exercises are effective for building strength and endurance, and they require little to no equipment.

  4. Medicine Balls: Medicine balls are weighted balls available in different sizes and weights. They can be used for various dynamic exercises that improve strength, power, and coordination.

  5. Suspension Training: Suspension trainers like TRX use bodyweight exercises that leverage gravity and body positioning to create resistance. They are portable and can be used indoors or outdoors.

Amrita is an amazing professional in her field. She has done two sessions for Pelatro and the same were liked and appreciated by one and all. She has a great grasp of physiotherapy, has a lot of patience and is always cheerful. It is always a pleasure to work with her. Highly recommended

- Anuradha A

I am grateful for the exceptional guidance and support provided by the team throughout my marathon training journey. They not only helped me recover from minor injuries but also developed a comprehensive training plan that tailored to my individual needs and goals. I not only completed the marathon successfully but also gained a deeper understanding of my body. I wholeheartedly recommend the Team at Mantra2Wellness .

-Shrishail P( Marathon Runner)

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