The Internet is Buzzing: Watch Malaika Arora's Yoga Routine & See Why Everyone's Talking About It

by Pratyush Anand

Malaika Arora's yoga flow starts strong! Witness her begin with Tadasana (Mountain Pose) for core connection, then seamlessly flow into stretches that improve flexibility.

1. Malaika's Yoga Strength & Stretch

Malaika doesn't waste a beat. After stretches, she transitions into Vasisthasana, the side plank pose. This strengthens her core and balance, building a rock-solid foundation for her entire practice.

2. Side Plank Power

Malaika ups the intensity. Following the side plank, she flawlessly executes single-arm push-ups, sculpting and toning her upper body for serious strength.

3. One-Arm Wonder

Proving her mastery of flow, Malaika transitions back to Tadasana (Mountain Pose). This isn't just a rest - she uses the pose to elongate her spine with a deep inhale, maximising flexibility.

4. Spine Stretch Flow

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Malaika keeps the energy high. From the spine stretch, she explodes into Mountain Climbers. This dynamic exercise torches her core, building stability and a sculpted midsection.

6. Core on Fire

Malaika targets her core even further. After the mountain climbers, she switches to standing crunches. These engage her abdominal muscles directly, sculpting a toned and defined midsection.

7. Crunch Time

8. Booty Blast

Time to sculpt the lower body. Malaika transitions from core work to Glute Bridges. This exercise targets her glutes and hamstrings, lifting and shaping her backside for a toned physique.

Malaika conquers her workout. The final pose is Virabhadrasana II (Warrior 2 Pose). This powerful asana builds leg and arm strength while boosting stamina - the perfect way to end a dynamic yoga flow.

9. Warrior Finish

Not just a resting pose. Malaika incorporates Adho Mukha Svanasana (Downward-Facing Dog) for detoxification. This pose flushes toxins, strengthens the core, and improves circulation - a key component of her practice.

10. Downward-Facing Dog for Detox

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