International Yoga Day is celebrated on 21 June. This day is the longest day of the year and yoga helps people live a longer and healthy life. International Yoga Day was first celebrated on 21 June 2015, which was initiated by Prime minister Narendra Modi on 27 September 2014 during his speech at United Nations General Assembly. After this, 21 June was declared as International Yoga Day. On December 11, 2014, the proposal to celebrate "International Yoga Day" on 21 June by 193 members in the United States was approved.
Yoga is not just for adults; it is a great way to usher tiny tots into a healthy regimen. Yoga is a multifaceted subject.
The last quarter of pregnancy is one of the most tiresome phases. As the baby grows, you'll feel more pressure on your bladder, and later on your legs and pelvis as well.
The only thing that can keep you healthy inside out in simple and easy way is yoga. Yes, Yoga has the ability to keep your mind body and soul healthy.
With the sedentary lifestyle becoming a norm of our times, doing yoga or exercise just in the morning, or after work doesn’t cut it. To combat the harmful effects of being seated for long hours, office yoga can help relieve your pains and aches.
Looking for a natural way to reduce wrinkles? Try face yoga!