International Day of Yoga 2021: HealthifyMe organises world’s largest virtual Yoga gathering with 108 yoga sessions
The Healthifyme campaign started on 19 June and features a total of 108 yoga sessions of 30 minutes each for 18 hours each day.
Applying yogic perspectives to the coronavirus and the subsequent pandemic can enable an inquiry into the direction towards which we are evolving collectively.
On International Yoga Day 2021, 5 practitioners tell us how COVID-19 crisis has shaped their approach, philosophy
A return to basics, finding new ways to connect, a greater appreciation for mindfulness and wellness among students — yoga practitioners spoke with Firstpost about how the pandemic and lockdowns have been an opportunity for a reset and rethink.
Many schools now begin their online classes with yogic exercises, the prime minister said, adding that this prepares children to deal with COVID-19
International Yoga Day: Celebrities like Jennifer Aniston, Lady Gaga, Sachin Tendulkar swear by yoga
Some renowned personalities swear by yoga and we often find them propagating its benefits by sharing their personal experiences with yoga practices.
The event will also include an address by Minister of State for Ayush Kiren Rijiju and a live yoga demonstration by the Morarji Desai National Institute of Yoga
International Yoga Day 2020: UN, Centre promote 'Yoga from home' amid COVID-19 pandemic; all you need to know about this year's celebrations
Modi had picked 21 June as the day to celebrate yoga since it makes the Summer Solstice in the northern hemisphere and is the longest day of the year.
International Yoga Day 2020: Studies say yoga not only aids physical fitness but also reduces stress
International Yoga Day, which is celebrated annually on 21 June aims to raise awareness worldwide of the many benefits of practicing yoga
International Yoga Day: President Ram Nath Kovind says yoga can keep ‘body fit, mind serene’ during COVID-19 outbreak
President Ram Nath Kovind said practicing yoga can help keep the body fit and mind serene amid the coronavirus pandemic
International Yoga Day 2020: Five apps to help you practise asanas at home during coronavirus pandemic
Yoga helps you look younger and boosts your immunity as well. Practising the form helps reduce stress and gives on a healthier lifestyle.
International Yoga Day 2020: Narendra Modi says ‘pranayama’ can boost immunity amid COVID-19 pandemic
Yoga has emerged as a force for unity and it does not discriminate as it goes beyond race, colour, gender, faith and nations, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Sunday. In his message on the sixth International Day of Yoga, he said due to the coronavirus pandemic, the world is feeling the need for Yoga more than ever.
This year, on International Yoga Day, let us discuss how yoga can benefit those suffering from fibromyalgia.
International Yoga Day 2020: Here's how kundalini yoga and kirtan kriya can help reduce risk of dementia
Every year, 21 June is celebrated as International Yoga Day to highlight the many benefits of yoga
A Mumbai based lawyer Atal Bihari Dubey filed a complaint against Congress President Rahul Gandhi for his tweet on the International Yoga Day on 21 June where Rahul has apparently mocked Army's Dog Squad performing Yoga. The complainant seeks an FIR against Rahul Gandhi under section 505 of IPC. Home Minister Amit Shah quoted the tweet and accused Congress of being negative.
Daily Bulletin: DMK to launch statewide protests over Tamil Nadu water crisis; Modi to chair NITI Aayog meet; day's top stories
The DMK, which is the principal opposition in Tamil Nadu, alleged that several restaurants were shut and schools reeled under the impact of water shortage. Information technology firms have asked their employees to work from home.
International Yoga Day: From soldiers in Siachen to 2 Army Dog Unit, country joins prime minister in exercise
The International Yoga Day is India's gift to the world. A brainchild of Narendra Modi-led dispensation, India pushed for the event on the global platform and as a result, the United Nations recognised it as an international event to be celebrated on 21 June.
Inaugurating a programme organised by the BJP in Thiruvananthapuram to celebrate the International Day of Yoga, Ram Madhav took the dig at Rahul Gandhi.
Yoga day 2019: From Line of Control, high-security prisons to Himalayan peaks, India celebrates ancient fitness with enthusiasm
From the Himalayas to the Line of Control, Yoga was performed at the most unusual places in India to mark the international yoga day.
Yoga is helpful because it can be adapted to your daily mood, is easily available and can be done on your own.
Yoga Day 2019: World celebrates ancient practice; Ashtang, Karma, Jnana are some of traditional forms; Vinyasa, power are modern
International Day of Yoga, celebrated annually on 21 June, is when the nation unites to celebrate an ancient and traditional practice that retains global importance even in modern times.