International Day of Yoga
An ancient physical, mental and spiritual practice, Yoga originated in India. Yoga derives from the Sanskrit word meaning to join or unite – a symbol of the union between body and consciousness.
The International Day of Yoga aims to raise awareness worldwide of the many benefits of practicing Yoga. The day was proposed as by India and endorsed by a record 175 member states of the UN. Introduced by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in his address to the General Assembly, he said: “Yoga is an invaluable gift from our ancient tradition. Yoga embodies unity of mind and body, thought and action … a holistic approach [that] is valuable to our health and our well-being. Yoga is not just about exercise; it is a way to discover the sense of oneness with yourself, the world and nature.”
Introduce your students to the symbolism and cultural history of yoga with Valli’s Yoga and Mindfulness<https://culturalinfusion.org.au/programs/yoga-and-mindfulness/>. She uses flowing Yoga postures and classical hand gestures with meditation and breath techniques that are suitable to the age and ability of students. Valli also offers a four-session Yoga Infusion Program.
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