Yoga essentially refers to exploring one’s highest self through the unison of mind and body. The 3000-year-old tradition of yoga is hailed worldwide as a panacea to all human ailments. Yoga promotes holistic well-being through a combination of mindful and muscular practices. As the society is caught in an endless chase for worldly happiness, the philosophy of yoga gains immense importance to regulate and moderate human lives. It reveals the magic of remaining happy and tranquil in being oneself. The ultimate goal of yoga is to reach a sustained state of pure awareness.
The Department of Student Affairs is celebrating International Yoga Day 2022 to pay respect to this invaluable gift of India’s ancient tradition and to illuminate students on the need to make yoga an essential part of their day-to-day lives.
Date: June 21, 2022
Time: 3.30 pm
Venue: ALC 4
The resource persons for the day are Mr Venkata Krishna Kumar S, Associate Professor, Department of Architecture, School of Planning and Architecture-Vijayawada and Mr Ram Pavan, Broadcast Engineer, Doordarshan Kendra, Vijayawada. Mr Venkata Krishna Kumar is a practitioner of Heartfulness for 19 years and is also a certified trainer of Heartfulness since 2021. Mr Ram Pavan has also been practising Heartfulness yoga for the past 15 years and is serving as a trainer with Heartfulness institute with a mission to uplift the standards of life.
Join the celebration to disseminate the power of #yogaforself and #yogaforhumanity.