Yoga gives peace to life

Yoga is an art, performed by our ancestors and a secret for healthy life. Physical fitness is not only a benefit of Yoga. “The goal of yoga is to develop mental and physical strength, awareness, and harmony”. While there are over 100 distinct forms of yoga (or schools), most sessions incorporate breathing exercises, meditation, and taking postures (also known as asana or poses) that stretch and flex different muscle groups. Aside from the physical advantages, one of the most beneficial aspects of yoga is how it aids in the management of stress, which has been shown to have negative effects on the body and mind. Back and neck discomfort, sleeping troubles, migraines, substance addiction, and an inability to focus are all symptoms of stress. Yoga incorporates meditation and breathing, which can benefit a person’s mental health. “Yoga practice enhances bodily awareness, reduces chronic stress patterns, relaxes the mind, concentrates attention, and sharpens concentration. There are many diseases whose cures are not found by the doctors yet but there is some yoga asana which help these patients in recovering.
International Yoga Day is an annual event that originated in India and is observed every year on June 21, 2021. This year we are recognizing 7th International Yoga Day. The event’s theme this year is “Yoga at Home and Yoga with Family,” in response to global worries over the Covid-19 epidemic, emphasizing the need of maintaining good health while working within societal restrictions. This may also be viewed as a way to inspire people to seek out creative activities during times of boredom. Using social media platforms such as Instagram to promote awareness and interact with people on this topic is one of the activities that may be done on this Yoga Day.
International Yoga Day is a wonderful initiative to spread our culture and skills.

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