Yoga has always been an integral part of the society and is practiced worldwide for its various benefits that include physical as well as mental health. While the current scenario is worsening day by day and stress levels increasing, individuals can keep themselves calm and composed by practicing yoga. With this aim, The Art of Living is organising an online breathing and meditation workshop as a service towards the well-being of society from July 2 to July 5, on the occasion of Guru Purnima. The session will be held in the evenings for two hours on weekdays and from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Sunday by Sri Sri Ravishankar.
The workshop will guide in learning and practicing sudarshan kriya – a unique breathing technique proven to have numerous physical and mental benefits. Sudarshan kriya, being the central element of this webcast, helps in detoxification and improvement of immunity, quick and effective reduction of stress, deep relaxation and improved quality of sleep, increased focus and memory and better health and harmonious relationships. This technique also helps in improving your state of mind as well as boosting your immunity. Independent research has also demonstrated reduction in stress hormone; increase in life satisfaction and in immune cell count, better sleep and higher energy level through the practice of sudarshan kriya.
In order to achieve a smooth functioning of this webcast, Anita Raicar will be conducting this workshop from Moira, Santosh Ghodge and Sangeeta Hegde from Margao, Mithili Kakodkar and Swarna Lakshmi from Salcete, Purva Parab and Neela Navelkar from Panaji and Swati Buvaji from Quepem. While this workshop is a part of Pan India Anand Utsav, it strives to attain its objectives of enhancing the quality of life, learning techniques for management and meditation, learning of life skills and refreshing, relaxing and rejuvenation of the society as a whole.
(The session can be registered through The Art of Living web portal. Details: https://www.artofliving.org/in-en/goa/ 9822104421/ http://aolc.in/475612)