Visually impaired people can learn about yoga benefits in this inclusive session
Yoga is known for its amazing health benefits as practicing it has been found to heal body and mind both. The upcoming session of Blind Graduates Forum of India (BGFI) in Mumbai will help the participants make yoga a part of daily life and be healthy.
Blind Graduates Forum of India is nonprofit organization with members from all walks of life. The organization aims to change the perception of society about people with visual impairments and empowering people with blindness. BGFI is now gearing up to introduce yoga in the lives of people with visual impairments.
Yoga is an ancient Indian is a discipline and involves physical, mental, and spiritual practices aiming for overall wellbeing on an individual. People with disabilities are known to benefit from regular practice of yoga in their lives.
For the upcoming yoga training session on 14 December, BGFI is collaborating with ‘The Aatmabodh Academy of Yoga’.
Shri Parmanand Aggarwal, the founder of the Aatmabodh Academy of Yoga has dedicated his life to the learning of yoga and using it for helping others. He is also a yoga therapist, Doctor of Naturopathy and an expert yoga practitioner. Shri Parmanand Aggarwal will conduct the session for visually impaired participants and share his knowledge to help them understand how yoga can be practiced for health benefits.
Meenal Bhupesh Sawant is one of the volunteers who will be part of the session and she spoke toNewz Hook about the training.
“We will guide the participants in yoga poses depending on their individual physical and mental requirements. After the session, they will be able to practice the asanas on their own in daily life. This will be a first time experience for us to train people with visual impairments and we are hoping to learn from it as well”, says Meenal.
Regular yoga practice can improve breathing, flexibility, stamina, strength, relieve pain and create a feeling of overall wellbeing. In today’s fast paced life, it is not possible for everyone to take out time to de-stress or go for gym sessions.
I am eager to attend the yoga training session. I have started running recently and I am hoping to learn about breathing exercises and ways to improve my stamina. I think being healthy is important for everyone. For people with disabilities it is important to maintain stamina and flexibility to overcome barriers. Ajay Minocha, member Blind Graduates Forum of India
Participants will get to learn about some yoga asanas, breathing exercises and tips about healthy eating habits. The session will be inclusive and volunteers will be present to help the participants learn the yoga poses such as Suryanamaskar for a complete body workout, Tadasasana (palm tree pose), Padahastasana, Lateral bending Chakrasana etc. Wait no more and sign up to learn yoga from expert trainers!
To be part of this informative session, click on the link: https://forms.gle/MPaGiE5tYrCgCo8JA or call on 9892145699, 9892000677