The United Nations has declared 21st June as the International Yoga Day. The day is for all who love yoga and practice it for different purposes for good for life. It is for the purpose of people of all age groups who want to experience the meditativeness and expand their perception of life from individuality to universality.
Yoga has several benefits. Only five to ten minutes a day can change your life. If you are looking for health as well as happiness or want to calm your mind or want love, if it is success in the world or the inner exploration you are striving, then practicing yoga can help you to cut through the struggle and walk through the life with ease. Yoga2all welcomes you all to practice yoga for living a healthy life, and to celebrate international day of yoga. What you can get practicing yoga regularly. Let us have a look.
- Yoga enhances vitality, helps you to focus on life, improve memory and productivity.
- Yoga stabilizes your mind, body and emotions.
- Yoga gives you strength and stabilizes your spine that helps you to combat against back pain, stress, anxiety, tension and other illnesses.
- Yoga also enhances your team work and improves your capability of understanding.
- Yoga can relives from chronic ailments as well as improves overall health.
Yoga, an age old practice that has grown exponentially in recent times and is enjoying all over the world, got immense popularity in the West. Yoga has been practiced in India for thousands of years, it is taught in many schools as well as individuals or groups in different parts of the country. Over the past few years it has been grown and got immense popularity in the different Western Countries. It is not a religion. It is a vast science of spirituality. The aim of yoga is to be a good human being and to be happy in life. So it is for everybody because everybody wants to be happy.
Yoga is an invaluable gift of India’s ancient tradition. It embodies unity of body, mind, thought and work of life. It also restraints the fulfillment and harmony between the nature and human being. It is a holistic approach to health as well as well-being. It is not only exercise, but also uncover the sense of oneness within yourself, the nature and the world. It is good for changing our lifestyle and creating our consciousness. It can help us in many ways. Let us work towards adopting an International Yoga Day on 21st June.