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World Yoga Day YOGASAN 2022

World Yoga Day YOGASAN 2022

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International Yoga Day 2022: Staying productive at work for long hours can be tough. Try these simple yoga asanas you can practice at work to boost your energy levels and productivity.



World Yoga Day YOGASAN  2022

Post Name :- World Yoga Day 

Category :- Health 

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Post Date :- 20/06/2022

International Yoga Day is celebrated on the 25th of June every year. This year, we discuss ways in which yoga can help boost our energy levels. An increase in energy levels instantly improves productivity.

World Yoga Day 2022

In this article, we discuss beginner-level yoga poses that instantly boost energy. These poses can be performed while you are at work and can significantly increase your productivity at work. Here's how to use yoga to improve your performance at work.

Yoga for Humanity

This year, the Ministry of Ayush has coined the theme “Yoga for Humanity”. The theme was selected with the aim to activate and inspire the yoga community for sustainability and global development. In India, the city of Mysore in Karnataka is all set to host the main event on 21st June 2022.

International Yoga Day 2022 – Theme

International Yoga Day is an important event that is celebrated on 21st June across the globe with great enthusiasm. This year, the Ministry of Ayush has coined the theme “Yoga for Humanity”. The theme was selected with the aim to activate and inspire the yoga community for sustainability and global development. In India, the city of Mysore in Karnataka is all set to host the main event on 21st June 2022.

The International Yoga Day 2022 theme was announced by PM Narendra Modi on 30th May 2022 in his monthly “Mann Ki Baat” address. The theme was selected keeping in mind the important role yoga has been playing in dealing with COVID-19. This holistic practice not only benefits the mind and body, but also inculcates love, generosity and compassion towards others.

Now, as you already know, the pandemic has been one of the most trying times for many, since 2020. Apart from affecting physical health, it caused a range of psychological and mental health issues. Pandemic-related restrictions led to stress, anxiety and depression, and dealing with these issues proved to be challenging. It was during this time that more people around the world embraced yoga and meditation to promote their physical and emotional wellbeing. These holistic practices are still playing an important role in the recuperation of COVID-19 patients in isolation.

Hence, focusing on the theme “Yoga for Humanity”, India will organize special programs for children, women, specially-abled people as well as transgenders this year. A large turnout is expected in villages/gram panchayats as well, thanks to Common Service Centres (CSC) that are promoting the Common Yoga Protocol (CYP) to spread awareness about the benefits of yoga among the masses.

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Why do we celebrate Yoga Day

PM Modi, during his speech at the UNGA, said, "Yoga is an invaluable gift of India's ancient tradition. It embodies unity of mind and body; thought and action; restraint and fulfillment; harmony between man and nature; a holistic approach to health and well-being. It is not about exercise but to discover the sense of oneness with yourself, the world and the nature. By changing our lifestyle and creating consciousness, it can help in well being. Let us work towards adopting an International Yoga Day."