International Yoga Day 2020 Theme: Yoga at Home and Yoga with Family

(Let’s Fight COVID-19 The Therapeutic Way)

There has never been more emphasis on immunity-building ever before as it is now. As we globally fight the COVID-19 pandemic, everyone is talking about immunity and how a strong immune system is a prerequisite of beating this deadly virus. Every county is in the middle of this global health scare that doesn’t seem to be going away any soon. And as the lockdowns ease across the globe, everyone’s looking forward to getting back to business/work. But before we talk about that, it’s more important to talk about the need to get stronger physically, mentally, and spiritually than ever before. Not just to fight this pandemic but to come out as a stronger and self-reliant individual when this Coronoavrius era is over. And that’s just what makes the upcoming International Yoga day so much more important this time around. 

Yoga and Its Importance in COVID-19

Yoga is a combination of physical, mental, and spiritual practices that involve multiple exercises, known as the Asanas. Yoga has the power to heal the mind, body, and soul. With international yoga day approaching on the 21st of June, let’s make it a part of our life. Why? Because it is one of the strongest natural paths to improve health, thus resulting in stronger people, neighborhoods, workplaces, and businesses. Amidst the lockdown, isolation, and much uncertainty- yoga can be a powerful tool to deal with loneliness, stress, depression, and the feeling of uncertainty. The WHO (world health organization) also agrees with the fact that yoga is a great way to improve overall well-being. In December 2014, the United Nations declared June 21 as the international yoga day as a global event. Ever since, it has been celebrated across nations in the form of Yoga, meditation, and several public speaking events held to spread the importance and power of Yoga.

With no vaccine yet found for the pandemic, each one of us must adopt alternative ways to stay healthy. Yoga can play a significant role when we talk about alternative healing therapies. The virus has confined us to limited space in our homes. As a result, problems like anxiety and depression are on a rise across the globe. This is where yoga can play a therapeutic role. It has the power to make one stress-free, mindful, happy, and content. Practicing yoga in the right way is more like investing in a health assurance for which you do not pay anything, yet gain a lot. 

How Can Yoga Help to Fight COVID-19?

As we all know that COVID-19 attacks the respiratory system, and many yoga asanas that can help cure breathing-related issues. Yoga is known to help boost immunity and cure respiratory conditions, including many others. To name one- Pranayama Breathing Exercise is one of the ways to intake as much as five times the regular oxygen that we breathe. With increased oxygen levels in the brain, heart, lungs, and the digestive system- your organ health is bound to improve. Well-functioning internal organs result in stronger immunity, and hence good overall health. So, yoga can definitely have a huge impact on your immune system, which is the most important factor to fight the virus we are dealing with.


The Theme for 2020: Yoga at Home and Yoga with Family

Every year in the USA, thousands of people from all walks of life are seen participating in various events held to celebrate the international yoga day. 2020 marks the sixth anniversary of this global event. But amid social distancing, the event will be celebrated differently. The theme- Yoga at Home and Yoga with Family, has been adopted to emphasize the need of staying at home. Staying at home and doing yoga at home is the best way to celebrate the event during these trying times. With closed schools, work from home schedules, and canceled events- it’s just the perfect time to bring your family together at something good in many ways. According to UNICEF, kids have the leverage to practice a lot of yoga asanas without any risks involved. Plus, it’s a great way to align their raw energy in a positive direction. So, ‘yoga at home and yoga with family’ is a great way to involve your kids and everyone else at home not just for one day but every day. 

Join Virtual Yoga Events This International Yoga Day

With many restrictions as a result of the pandemic, many yoga fitness centers are organizing virtual yoga classes to celebrate the event. Many online celebrations and web meets are being held at a global level. Googling virtual yoga events 2020 will help you find many local and global events taking place this year. Besides, a lot of yoga apps are now available on the app stores that are a great way to make it a part of your everyday life. To find out more information about the 6th annual International Yoga Day- you can also visit 

Remember, just like you have been practicing staying at home, it’s time to practice yoga at home. We at Best Of Signs wish you a happy yoga experience this International yoga day 2020.

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