Kids in India can now pose in poses like this one in their own homes.
And they’re doing it with the help of a yoga teacher.
According to the Times of Indian, Yoga teacher Anil Kumar has been making yoga poses to help kids in India learn to pose like this, which is what we all know from yoga class.
Here’s the story behind this pose, as told by Anil, who is the yoga instructor of ‘Mukkuru Yoga Yoga’.
The yoga teacher explains, “When you take your child to yoga class, you don’t have time to practise yoga poses.
Instead you have to teach them a sequence of poses that are easier for them to do.
You have to make sure they are comfortable with the position and feel comfortable in it.
You need to be gentle and keep them calm, and that’s what I do.
I teach them to look into the sky and imagine the whole world around them and make sure that they can feel all the different elements.
I think that’s the essence of yoga.
When they get their own home, they can practise this pose and take it to their parents.”
It’s not just yoga classes that are making it easier for kids to learn yoga poses, but the country is also trying to make yoga more accessible.
As part of its push to make it easier to access yoga classes, the government has also created a ‘Yoga App’ that provides free access to yoga classes across the country.
The government has recently launched a nationwide ‘Yogayapp’ that allows yoga teachers and students to connect with each other and have instant access to a ‘global’ platform.
This app is available on the government’s website.
“The app is an innovative platform that enables the teachers to have instant connection with students across the nation and it is an important step in helping children become better yoga teachers,” says Arun Sengupta, CEO of Yoga India.
“This app gives teachers the opportunity to interact with their students in a way that allows them to work with them, to interact and communicate with them in a meaningful and meaningful way,” he adds.
“Yoga can help children to feel more connected to their teachers, and this can help them to be better teachers.”
The ‘YOGAYapp’ is available in India, India, Nepal, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and Afghanistan.
Yoga is still considered a traditional art form in India and many traditionalists feel that the country’s yoga culture is under attack.
However, the country has seen a rise in the number of yoga teachers in recent years, which means there are now more opportunities for young people to learn.
“It’s a good thing that people are interested in yoga and it’s a very big change.
There’s been a huge rise in people going to yoga centres in India over the last few years,” says Gaurav Kishore, a yoga instructor and founder of ‘Pradhan Yoga’.
“The number of teachers has gone up and that has helped the yoga scene and the whole movement.
There are more people practising yoga now than ever before.
We’re witnessing a massive change in the way yoga is being taught,” he says.
However, not all yoga teachers are keen to participate in the ‘Yogi App’ programme.
In fact, many yoga teachers feel that yoga teachers need to pay for their own yoga classes and are not happy with the government making it easy for them.
“We’re all teachers.
We should pay for our own classes, and not be forced to pay and then give a piece of paper for yoga classes,” says a teacher who does not want to be named.
“It is very unfair to teach your own yoga class and then ask the government to pay you,” he added.
“It is also not the same as paying for a yoga class where we’re not even allowed to do any poses.
This is not an option for anyone who wants to take up yoga.
We need to do yoga classes ourselves and teach our own yoga,” he said.
There are also many who feel that it’s wrong to have yoga teachers pay for yoga.
“The yoga teachers have been trained in the best possible way, so why should they be paid for teaching the same yoga classes they are teaching?” asks a yoga trainer.
“If you are going to do a yoga course, there are people who have paid for their course.
But you have not paid for your yoga course.
That is not right,” he told NDTV.