In the past few decades, our schools have emphasized a broad educational mission: to develop the "whole student". Extracurricular involvement is a key tool in this personal development. For the majority of students, involvement in extracurricular activities plays an important role in the school experience. Students become involved in extracurricular activities not only for entertainment, social, and enjoyment purposes, but most important, to gain and improve skills.
Yoga is not a religion; it is a way of living whose aim is ‘a healthy mind in a healthy body’
Human is a physical, mental and spiritual being; yoga helps promote a balanced development of all the three. Other forms of physical exercises, like aerobics, assure only physical well-being. They have little to do with the development of the spiritual or astral body.
Yogic exercises recharge the body with cosmic energy. This facilitates
Attainment of perfect equilibrium and harmony.
Promotes self- healing.
Removes negative blocks from the mind and toxins from the body.
Enhances Personal power.
Helps in attention, focus and concentration, especially important for children.
Reduces stress and tension in the physical body by activating the parasympathetic nervous system.
The student feels rejuvenated and energized. Thus, Yoga bestows upon every aspirant the powers to control body and mind.