We have all heard stories of how beneficial and effective yoga is, for fitness and good health. But for those of us who have never tried it before, it can all feel a bit too intimidating. Where do you start? How do you go about it? There’s just too much information on the internet.
Angela Chronis, a resident of Virginia, USA, has been learning Yoga at Nepal Yoga Academy, Bhaktapur. She wakes up early and starts her daily ritual followed by chanting mantras and bhajan. Post that, she joins the other yoga practitioners and does different yoga exercises.
Not getting the required results even after spending hours at the gym? Maybe you should give yoga a try. Apart from improving flexibility, reducing stress, and strengthening your muscles, yoga can also be an extremely effective way to shed some kilos.
Anxiety, depressions, suicidal tendencies are the common mental problems among the youths. To promote mental stability, and enhance physical fitness, many have resorted to yoga. Experts also claim that regular practice of yoga improves both mental and physical health.
KATHMANDU, June 19: The Indian Embassy geared for the 4th International Day as it organized a Yoga session at India House Lawns (Embassy Premises) today morning. The International Day of Yoga is celebrated annually on 21 June since its inception in 2015.
Work pressure, stress, and tension are a part and parcel of our everyday lives. The hectic urban lifestyle that most of us lead has made us vulnerable to various health problems. Among them, headaches and insomnia are two of the most commonly seen disorders.
KATHMANDU: We have a tendency to continuously drift between the present and the past. Rarely do we live for the present, without really regretting the past or being anxious about the future. Similarly, qualities of our lives are dependent upon external variables. For instance, if something does not go according to our plan or goes haywire, we get disturbed inside and shelter negative emotions that impact the lives, sapping our energy in the process.
KATHMANDU, June 19: Government is going to mark the third International Day of Yoga on June 21 nation-wide with several programmes with an objective to highlight the significance of yoga to human health.
We work too much, party too hard, get little to no sleep, and don’t pay attention to our diet. Our bodies suffer a lot on daily basis and sadly, there might not be much we can do about it. But then, there’s yoga. This age old traditional practice provides a holistic approach to well-being and can be done by anyone, anywhere.
BHAKTAPUR, Sept 23: Preparations for declaring Bhaktapur district the first ever Yoga district in the country are over, according to Bal Mukunda Suwal, Secretariat member of the Secretariat of the Yoga District Declaration Main Organizing Committee, Bhaktapur.
KATHMANDU, June 23:The Indian Embassy in Kathmandu observed the second International Day of Yoga on Tuesday amid a function in the capital on Tuesday. In the function presided over Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli, instructors from Patanjali Yogapeeth demonstrated yoga practices based on the Common Yoga Protocol.