Yoga practice gives joy, health, and tranquility from the inside, as well as a stronger sense of connection between one's inner awareness and the outside world.
Yoga is an Indian physical, mental, and spiritual discipline that dates back thousands of years.
Yoga is a Sanskrit term that meaning "to connect" or "to merge," and it represents the integration of body and awareness.
It is now performed in various forms all around the world and is growing in popularity.
Recognizing its international appeal, the United Nations declared June 21st as the International Day of Yoga by Resolution 69/131 on December 11, 2014.
The goal of the International Day of Yoga is to increase awareness of the various advantages of yoga across the world.
"Yoga cultivates the means of keeping balanced attitude in day-to-day life and endows expertise in the performance of one's deeds," said late B. K. S. Iyengar, one of its most prominent practitioners.
The COVID-19 outbreak has been a human disaster unlike any other.
Beyond its immediate impact on physical health, the COVID-19 pandemic has intensified psychological distress and mental health problems.
These are such as sadness and anxiety, in many nations, since pandemic-related restrictions were implemented in various forms.