Stretch your body and relax your mind like never before on International Yoga Day on June 21.International Yoga Day, which takes place on June 21, honors the physical and spiritual power that yoga has brought to the international stage. Despite the fact that it is a significant source of exercise and healthful activity, millions of people participate and participate on a regular basis. These rituals are a means for many people to integrate their body, mind, and spirit in a way that has been practized for millennia.
Stretch your body and relax your mind like never before on International Yoga Day on June 21.
Yoga has become a part of millions of people's everyday lives all around the world. It has been shown to be the most user-friendly and reliable method of staying in shape. The COVID-19 pandemic has thrown schedules off, and many who are healing or have recovered from the virus are still dealing with fatigue and other health concerns. Meditation and yoga under supervision help such people to get back to normal lives faster, according to experts. Online yoga classes have become very popular during the pandemic and it is easy to access expert advice on yoga.
Know the basic rules for yoga
1. Yoga should be done first thing in the morning. Experts recommend waiting at least three hours before doing yoga. While doing yoga, avoid drinking tea or coffee.
2. Start with simple yoga positions and work your way up to the more difficult ones.
3. After each yoga exercise, take at least 10 seconds to relax.
4. Yoga should be practised in comfortable clothing.
5. Yoga should not be practised on hard surfaces. Yoga mats or a thick bed sheet are recommended by experts.
6. Yoga is thought to be best practised in the morning.
7. After an hour of yoga practise, you can eat.
8. It is usually preferable to practise yoga in an environment with plenty of fresh air.
9. It is preferable to shower after doing yoga.
10. Only when one is disciplined and consistent in their yoga practise can one get the advantages of yoga.
I am fit even today since I am practicing it since 1991. Yoga takes you into the present moment. The only place where life exists.
Happy international Yoga Day!