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All students along with their teachers came together early in the morning on the 21st of June. The event started with sharing the significance and necessity of Yoga and how it is the most precious gift to the world. This was followed by a range of asanas demonstrated by the yoga trainer Ms. Geeta Chauhan and Shital Revaliya. The Surya Namaskar, Pranayam, Stretching and Warm Up exercises were performed by all stakeholders. believe yoga is not just for adults! When children learn techniques for self-health, relaxation, and inner fulfillment, they can navigate life’s challenges with a little more ease.”

When kids practice Asana, they are essentially practising their ability to focus on the task at hand. In their day-to-day lives, this relates to better focus and cognitive functioning at school, leading to improved academic achievement.

Like any other physical workout, practising yoga helps kids to release their negative thoughts and feelings, bring about mental clarity, and feel much better about themselves. When kids do something physical, such as yoga, they tend to release endorphins, creating feelings of calm and happiness. It is also a fun activity in which kids can be silly, play games, and be with their friends in

a non-competitive zone while also learning so much about themselves!

The Gajera International School celebrated International Yoga Day to convey the message of keeping mind and body fit through asanas. School conduct yoga workshop for Students and educators. They performed variety of asanas under the guidance of yoga trainer. Live performances were also recorded.

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