Importance of Yoga - Prakash Dangi

Yoga essentially originated in the subcontinent of India. It has been around since ancient times and was performed by yogis. The term yoga has been derived from a Sanskrit word which translates to basically union and discipline. Furthermore, after this popularity of yoga, India became known for yoga worldwide. People all over the world have started to realize the benefits of yoga. It has numerous benefits if we look at it closely. You will get relief when you practice it regularly. As it keeps away the ailments from our mind and body.   

When we practice several asanas and postures, it strengthens our body and gives us a feeling of well-being and healthiness. Yoga helps in sharpening our mind and improving our intelligence. We can achieve a higher level of concentration through yoga and also learn how to steady our emotions. It connects us to nature like never before and enhances our social well-being. You can develop self-discipline and self-awareness from yoga if practised regularly. You will gain a sense of power once you do it consistently and help you lead a healthy life free from any problems. 21st of June is celebrated as International Day of Yoga where people are made aware of the benefits of yoga. It is a great gift to mankind which helps us keep better and maintain our health. You also develop a higher patience level when you practice yoga which also helps in keeping the negative thoughts away, releasing our stress and enhance the immunity. You get great mental clarity and better understanding 

Prakash Dangi, The Fabindia School <>

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