International day of Yoga also referred as Yoga day unofficially is anually celebrated on June 21st. Yoga is a physical, mental, and/or spiritual practice attributed mostly to India. It was declared unanimously by the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) on 11 December 2014. Later, The Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi in his UN address suggested the date of 21 June, as it is the longest day of the year in the Northen Hemisphere.
Yoga, with its plentiful benefits, can help you alleviate stress, reduce the risk of life-threatening diseases and even help you feel better by preventing hair loss and increase your height. Also, maintains a balanced metabolism, improves respiration and much more. But many people remain unsatisfied with the results because they did their yoga wrong. So, ahead of the International Yoga Day, it’s time to get your facts right about yoga and then you can be on your way to energise your body and soul.
But many people remain unsatisfied with the results because they did their yoga wrong. So, ahead of the International Yoga Day, it’s time to get your facts right about yoga and then you can be on your way to energise your body and soul.
DO’s in Yoga:
- Make sure your posture is perfect while doing yoga. since every asana has a specific benefit, know the changes it will bring to your body before performing it.
- Take at least 2 hours break after breakfast and 3 hours break after lunch before performing Yoga to avoid vomitings caused by stretchings.
- Lay on your back for 2-5 minutes in the savasana pose after completing your yoga routine, to allow your body to relax.
DONT’s in Yoga:
- Forcing and pushing is not natural in yoga, it can damage your muscles and bones. Gently ease your body into its maximum stretching ability.
- Don’t do yoga directly on a cement or mortar floor. Make sure that the surface is plain or use a carpet or blanket.
- Rushing from pose to pose defeats the purpose of mindful awareness and conscious breathing that is crucial to yoga.
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