International Yoga Day 2020 Date, Theme: The year of 2020 has been unprecedented for more than one reason. Right from the start of the decade, with the Covid-19 outbreak, fire outbreaks, airplane crashes, locust swarms and cyclones, the last six months have been tough. The pandemic has shown us the importance of immunity and healthy living. Yoga is something that brings these qualities together.
Every year, June 21 is recognised as International Yoga Day but due to social distancing measures adopted by most countries, the theme set by United Nations for this year is “Yoga for Health – Yoga at Home”. The World Health Organization mentions yoga as a means to improve health in its Global Action Plan on Physical Activity 2018–2030: More active people for a healthier world.
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I am so excited to share with you that Lozzie Brown yoga is now on demand! I have loved every single class that we have had the last few months and meeting you all virtually. Times are changing and as things are slowly getting back to normal, with people returning to work some of the classes may not be accessible. So I am so excited to say we are on demand. You will now have access to a huge range of classes anytime, available to download and rent or join our monthly subscription where you can have access to all of the videos for just £20 per month. Videos and classes will be added week, ranging from headstand & inversion tips, meditation, mini flows, full 60 minute vinyasa flows and so much more! Since moving to France 3 years ago, it’s been difficult to find my feet, I had to teach in a language I was not very good at.. ( still not so good) & now I have this opportunity to be able to connect online with people from around the world. Everyday I wake up excited to see you ( virtually) & I’ve met some incredible friends. I am so grateful for each and everyone of you. Yoga changed my life and I hope it can bring you the same joy it brings to me. If you know me, you know I have had my demons & I still do, but yoga really been the catalyst to making my life something I enjoy living. You can always have a fresh start. Hope to see you guys on the mat🖤✨
The proposal was first introduced by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in his address during the opening of the 69th session of the General Assembly, in which he said: “Yoga is an invaluable gift from our ancient tradition. Yoga embodies unity of mind and body, thought and action, a holistic approach that is valuable to our health and our well-being. Yoga is not just about exercise; it is a way to discover the sense of oneness with yourself, the world and nature.”
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The first Yoga Day celebration was held at Rajpath in New Delhi, where PM Modi and other dignitaries also performed around 21 yoga asanas and created two Guinness World Records. The first record was for being the world’s largest yoga class with 35,985 people and the second one was for having the maximum number of participating nationalities, that is 84. Last year in Dehradun, Modi had performed yoga with over 50,000 enthusiasts.
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