When You Own Your Breath No Body Can Steal Your Peace…

 June is an eventful month of the year. Internationally people celebrated World Environment Day (5th June), World Ocean Day (8th June), World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought(17th June) It is also known as Pride Month (where rallies are carried out to express the Freedom and acceptance for LGBT community). Today 21st June is also one special day of June. It’s International Yoga Day.


Yoga is a practice originated from India, which is an amalgamation of spirituality, mental and physical health of an individual. As the reference from the Bhagavad Gita explains Yoga is a journey of the self, through the self to the self. This highlights the fact that Yoga can help an individual to achieve a holistic equilibrium between mind and body. According to the researchers, lifestyle is an important factor of health. The maximum time of the day an individual spend is in his workspace. Work life is stressful and stress is one of the reasons for the drop in productivity. I work with a co-working space; they are designed for all Paramount office amenities for a coherent workflow.

Irrespective of the type of yoga you choose to do, lot of noticeable improvement can be observed within your body like-

  • flexibility
  • Body tone and strength
  • Better cardio health
  • Relaxing sleep
  • improve athletic performance
  • Smart body posture
  • Reduces depression

Since ages, Yoga has been considered as one of the most powerful way of strengthening the body & increasing the flexibility. Some of the best yoga asana to start your yoga journey are-

  • Hath Yoga-

It majorly consists of the breathing exercises which brings up a sense of a connect of heart & mind leading to meditation practice.

This type of yoga is best for the level 1 beginners who prefer a more relaxed style.

  • Ashtanga Yoga-

It is a nonstop one or more of the Ashtanga series, which encourages to breathe as you move from pose to pose.

It consists of the set of series in a set sequence of asanas, always in the same order. It is typically fast-paced, vigorous and physically challenging.

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