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GMM promotes yoga to celebrate the Diamond Jubilee Year 

Ghantali Mitra Mandal (GMM), Member Institute of Indian Yoga Association has entered the Diamond Jubilee Year of its foundation. All at GMM are giving relentless and selfless service to society to make Yoga maximum applicable. On the eve of new year, a grand function of…

RV Institute of Management curates a certification course for senior citizens 

In a groundbreaking move, the RV Institute of Management (RVIM), Associate Centre of Indian Yoga Association has curated a month-long certification course tailored specifically for senior citizens, focusing on the Common Yoga Protocol. This innovative course is designed to cater to the unique health and…

SRD Girls Degree College organises Workshop 

SRD Girls Degree College, Hathras, Uttar Pradesh conducts 7days yoga workshop for the post graduate students in association with Indian Yoga Association (IYA). Yogacharya Sumit Kumar Singh, Member, Uttar Pradesh State Chapter, IYA was instrumental in organising the workshop.

Yog Sports Association of Bengal hosts awarness programme 

Yog Sports Association of Bengal, Associate Centre of Indian Yoga Association organises yoga awarness programme in the remote villages of West Bengal in Megha Yoga Club & Vyamagar in association with Indian Yoga Association. The awareness programs were also conducted in Darjeeling & Coochbehar for…

Jharkhand SCC conducts the 89th day celebration of Yoga Mahotsav 

On the 89th day of the ‘100 Days Countdown Yoga Mahotsav of International Yoga Day 2024,” an event sponsored by the Morarji Desai National Institute of Yoga (MDNIY), New Delhi, under the Ministry of AYUSH, Government of India, took place in two sessions at Dani…

Anjali Acupressure Therapy and Yoga Center celebrates Holi 

The Anjali Acupressure Therapy and Yoga Center, Associate Centre of Indian Yoga Association, recently marked the occasion of Holi Milan at Nehru Bal Udyan with vibrant celebrations. Participants joyously engaged in the festivities, adorning each other with flower petals and applying colorful gulal tilak. Amidst…

TNSCC and GTN Arts College organises International Conference 

Tamil Nadu State Chapter of Indian Yoga Association and GTN Arts College (Autonomous), Dindigul jointly held a 2-day International Conference on Physical Education and Yoga recently. The inauguration was presided over by Dr P Balagurusamy, Principal of GTN Arts College. Dr. R. Durai, Director, GTN…

NIRAMAYA offers free training 

NIRAMAYA, Associate Centre of Indian Yoga Association continues to promote yoga and the motto of the Association to uplift the rural sector of the society. Under the rural project Yog-Chetana and Yogabhishek, NIRAMAYA is offering free yoga training to the students. In March, 2024 about…

Yoga & Happiness organises felicitation ceremony 

Yoga & Happiness, Associate Centre of Indian Yoga Association on March 24, 2024, hosted a memorable convocation and certificate distribution ceremony, honoring over 150 candidates who successfully completed their training and received prestigious certificates from both the Yoga Certification Board (YCB) and IYA. The event…

Flax Sesame Crackers 

Flax Sesame Crackers are a healthy light wheat cracker with good quantity of sesame seeds and flax seeds. Oats used in the dish are rich in antioxidants, lowers cholesterol, improves blood sugar. Flax seeds are a rich source of omega-3 fatty acids reduces inflammation and…

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17 Apr 2024


IYA organizes International Yoga E- Conclave
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IYA organizes International Yoga E- Conclave 

With the outbreak of COVID-19 pandemic, there has been a substantial increase in anxiety, depression, and loneliness. In such times, Yoga can prove to be one of the most effective remedies to fight and protect ourselves. Considering all these above factors Indian Yoga Association in collaboration with Youthnews.Online organized an International E-Yoga Conclave on May 24, 2020.

It was a momentous occasion that evoked joy, bliss, and happiness to
the zenith!

Pujya Swami Chidanand Saraswati ji, Member, Governing Council was the chief guest while Guruji Dr HR Nagen­dra, President, IYA, Prof Vinay Pathak ji, Vice Chancellor, Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Ka­lam Technical University (UPTU) and Mr. Dinesh Pratap Singh, Chairman, Nehru Yuva Kendra Sangathan, Bharat Sarkar were the guest of honour.

Sadhvi Bhagawati Saraswati ji, Honor­ary Director, Standing Publicity, Publi­cation & P.R. Committe also marked her presence for the inauguration.

Others who marked their presence for the Interna­tional E-Yoga Conclave were Smt Kamlesh Barwal ji, Secretary General, IYA, Nandini Tripathi ji, Director, Global Interfaith WASH Alliance (GIWA), Dr. Ananda Balayogi Bhavanani, Director, Stand­ing Publicity, Publication & PR Committee, IYA, Ms Antonietta Rozzi, President, Sarva Yoga, Shri Subodh Tiwari ji, Vice President, IYA, Dr Ishwar Bhardwaj ji, Member, Management Committee, IYA PrCB, Shri Vishwas Mandlik ji, Chairman, Maha­rashtra State Chapter Committee, Dr Vineeta Ketkar, Founder, Genosis Medical Yoga foundation, Dr Ulka Natu, MD, DGO, University of Mumbai, Dr Charu Shrama, Yoga Expert, IYA PrCB, Rajyogini Binny Sareen ji, Dr SP Mishra ji, CEO, PrCB IYA & Vice President, IYA, Dr BR Sharma, Head , Yoga Depart­ment, Sri Sri University and Shri Ravi Tumulri ji, Joint Secretary, IYA.

Pujya Swami Chidanand Saraswati ji opened the ceremony with elaborating the benefits of yoga. He stated that Yoga is not what you do, Yoga is what you are. In his address, he also mentioned that yoga is an amazing gift to our society and Corona can’t simply take that away from all of us.

As a keynote speaker and Guest of Honour, Guruji Dr HR Nagendra spoke about the dimensions of the fast changing modern society and the challenges faced in the form of stress. He also elucidated about the work being done to check diabetes and the re­searches being carried out for diabetic patients.

Knowledge should be AATMANIRBHAR, was the message given by Prof Vinay Pathak ji who expressed his desire to work in collaboration with IYA. Later Mr. Dinesh Pratap Singh appealed ev­eryone to incorporate yoga practices in our lifestyle as it is the art of Living.

The event was organized keeping in mind various factors associated with the society. Among many, one of the major factors is women health. Smt. Kamlesh Barwal ji talked at length about yoga for women health. She explained how yoga comes naturally to women as they are the multitasker. Giv­ing it a divine touch, Nandini Tripathi ji made audi­ence meditate in the serene environment along with the blessings of mesmeric Ganga ji. She further explained about the Karma Yoga and how women can follow the path.

The session that was spearheaded by Dr Ananda Balayogi Bhava­nani focused on youth, where he discussed about problems faced by the youth and how yoga can help to rectify the inner transformation which we see in the form of greed and desires. He also elucidated upon the practical tips that can be helpful in getting rid of anxiety and stress.

Taking over the session Ms Antonietta Rozzi informed us that there is no age limit for practicing yoga and children as young as 3 years can start practicing the sci­ence. She also gave tips to cope up with the stress and anxiety during the pandemic. She also praised the efforts made to make the event successful and positively using technology to spread the awareness about Yoga.

Shri Subodh Tiwari ji when talked about corporate life expressed his views on the unstable environment created due to the pandemic in corporates. He suggested corpo­rates should inculcate the practice of well-being, promote the practice of yoga in the corporate through “Y-Break” concept and make it a part of their life as well.

Outlining the importance of love and compassion, Dr Ishwar Bhard­waj explained the relevance of staying together. He also illustrated the details about adhijivyadhi, adhibhautik , adhiyatmik and Tray­ataap (Dukh) while explaining the effects and side-effects of wrong positions while performing asanas.
One of the topics that are of ex­treme relevance in today’s times is Myths of Yoga.

Shri Vishwas Mandlik ji mentioned how teachers with less or no knowledge are teaching yoga, which should be strongly discouraged. He also talked about the Myths and Truths that surrounds the yogic science.
The International E-Conclave also witnessed a panel dis­cussion on the research prac­tices on patients and Hathyogic Practices. Dr Vineeta Ketkar, Dr Ulka Natu and Dr Charu Shrama were the panelists. The panel discussion was followed by a session on meditation where Rajyogini Binny Sareen ji gave a practical session on guided meditation and informed everybody about the experi­ences she had attained through the practice of Meditation.

Towards the end, Dr SP Mishra ji elucidated upon the concept of training and retraining of the mind. He also explained how one should balance the inner as well as the outer world which lies within us. He also spoke about how meditation helps in training the mind. In continua­tion, Dr BR Sharma explained about meditation and its effect on human thinking and mind.

Shri Ravi Tumulri ji graced the event with his presence and also supported the organizing team with his ideas and expertise. He also talked about the formation and various projects being undertaken by IYA. The event was a tremen­dous success as it witnessed a viewership of 17000 on Zoom and social media platforms like Facebook, setting a benchmark for everyone.

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