Saturday, June 18, 2016

Five day Yoga Camp started at DMCH

Date: Jun 18, 2016 4:47 PM
Dr. Sanjeev Singh Rawat demonstrated different asanas
Ludhiana: 18 June 2016: (Punjab Screen Bureau):
In view of 2nd International Yoga Day to be held on 21st June, Department of Yoga, DMCH today organized a five day Yoga Camp which will be concluded on 22nd June. The camp is being organized in Dumra Auditorium of DMCH from 6 am to 7 am. The first day of Yoga Camp saw the participation of people from different walks of life. Dr Sanjeev Singh Rawat (Yog Consultant, DMCH) demonstrated different asanas.
In his address to those present on the occasion, Dr Rawat said Yoga is a therapy that connects the body, breath, and mind to energize and balance the whole person. It uses physical postures, breathing exercises, and meditation to improve overall well-being. Yoga improves fitness, lowers blood pressure, promotes relaxation and self confidence, and reduces stress and anxiety. People who practice yoga tend to have good coordination, posture, flexibility, range of motion, concentration, sleep habits, and digestion. Yoga is a complementary therapy that has been used with conventional medicine to help treat a wide range of health problems, but it does not cure any disease, said Dr Rawat.    

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