India marked International Yoga Day with low-key events Sunday as the nation battles coronavirus, but Prime Minister Narendra Modi said the crisis had made the ancient practice even more relevant.
YOGA, one of the most ancient and mysterious sports in India, has captured the attention of many people with its gentle beauty and physical benefits. Kung fu, one of the most reprehensive sports in China, has also gained followers around the world with its powerful beauty.
The Indian Embassy is to host yoga events in four cities in Cambodia.
“If you can breathe, you can do yoga.” We got struck by these words when we entered the compound of Azahar Foundation in Phnom Penh.
“There isn’t much laughter in medicine but there is plenty of medicine in laughter.” Madan Kataria who is a doctor himself came to this realisation and went on to create what he called “laughter yoga”.
Over 500,000 people braved chilly winds to practice Wuqinxi.
Lenovo this week revealed its ARM-equipped Windows 10 notebook at IFA 2018 with the Chinese manufacturer promising the new Yoga C630 WOS (Windows on Snapdragon) will be powered by Qualcomm’s cutting-edge Snapdragon 850 processor.
As one has to deal with demanding workload and top the trouble with the lack of leisure time, stress begins to build up.
Sitting humbly on the floor in his orange robes, the spiritual head of the biggest ashram in Rishikesh rejoices at how yoga has spread across the globe in the 50 years since The Beatles first visited the holy city.
More than a hundred people sat still on their mats, waiting for the yoga instructors in front to start the session.
Believed to have originated in northern India thousands of years ago, yoga has become an essential spiritual discipline practiced by millions around the globe.
During the old times, people live in accordance to these three things: health, money and relation. People ranked health as the most important factor of living. Money and relation just came second and third.
It is 5pm, otherwise known as rush hour in Manhattan. Julia Lyons, 31, finishes work and heads straight for her daily dose of peace and quiet – half an hour at meditation studio “Mndfl”.
First there was beer and paddleboard yoga. Then someone added goats to the mix. Now fitness buffs in Myanmar are taking the latest body-bending trend to whole new heights.
One of the best forms of exercise – and one that is effective for people of all genders and ages – is yoga.
Perhaps only in the US, new yoga workouts taking place on farms across the country involve Nigerian Dwarf goats – miniature goats of West African origin