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International Day of Yoga celebrated at SCERT
6/21/2024 9:50:55 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, June 21: JKSCERT Divisional Office Jammu proudly joins millions around the world in celebrating International Yoga Day on June 21, 2024. This global event, recognized by the United Nations, underscores the significance of yoga in promoting holistic health, peace, and well-being.
This year's theme, "Yoga for Self and Society," emphasizes yoga's power to unite communities and enhance individual and collective health. On the occasion of 10th International Day of Yoga (21st June 2024), Joint Director, Prof. Dr. Sindhu Kapoor led the celebrations along with the staff members at SCERT, Divisional Office Jammu on the theme "Yoga for Self and Society" highlighting the dual role of Yoga in fostering Individual and societal well-being. Dr. Sindhu Kapoor, Joint Director SCERT Divisional Office Jammu said, "Yoga is not just a physical practice but a journey towards mental clarity and spiritual growth. We hope that by participating in these events, individuals will discover the many benefits of yoga and integrate it into their daily lives. Joint Director emphasised upon the regular practice of Yoga asanas which would help to develop concentration, discipline, memory, flexibility, mental adaptability and flow of energy in an individual. She also urged the staff members to make Yoga an integral part of their life and passed the instruction for making Yoga Session an integral part of each and every training program to be organised at SCERT level. Dr. Sanjeevani Sharma Assistant Prof. JKSCERT Jammu acted as Yoga Instructor conducted the whole event. At the end of event, Joint Director extended heartfelt thanks to all the participants and Ms. Pushpa Kaith, Assistant Prof. JKSCERT Jammu Head Event Management Committee who contributed to the success of this event. The support of staff and committee were instrumental in making International Yoga Day 2024 a remarkable celebration. Vote of thanks was presented by Amit Kumar Bhagat, Academic Officer, SCERT J&K, Divisional office Jammu.
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