international day of yoga

It is so wonderful to see how Yoga - 5000 years old science and philosophy of living from India has crossed all the borders uniting people world over in the spirit of celebration and inclusivity. Yoga is truly for EVERYBODY!
"Like a flower bud, human life has the potential to blossom fully. Blossoming of human potential to fullness is Yoga." -- Yoga
Over at The Huffington Post, we revisited the many benefits of yoga and went a little yoga GIF crazy. As for the rest of
Yoga has the potential to transform both our inner and outer selves in a way that would allow us to see past differences
June 21, 2015 is the first United Nations International Day of Yoga. To celebrate this historic occasion, I traveled to Rishikesh, India, in early March to the International Yoga Festival to interview swamis and yoginis on the banks of the Ganges River.
Yoga means Union. The simplest form of yoga is to put your hands together in Namaskar. Namaskar brings harmony between polarities within. Put your hands together in Namaskar and look upon someone or something with loving attention.
Yoga means Union. The simplest form of yoga is to put your hands together in Namaskar. Namaskar brings harmony between polarities within.
Yoga is helping to create a global shift to a culture of oneness that is dissolving boundaries and infusing us all with love.
We know we are in a state of dramatic change when we witness a world leader, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, aiming to awaken people everywhere to the benefits of yoga and consciousness. It is a remarkable moment.
"We have introduced yoga for the first time in our training module for pilots and cabin crew, as we believe that yoga brings