ABP News concluded the 6th edition of its ‘Yog Sammelan’. Much relevant for our times during a society still recovering from the various implications of the COVID-19 pandemic, the special conclave on Yoga, Ayurveda, and other aspects of healthy living was organized by the news channel to teach the viewers on mindfulness, achieving balance, dealing with anxiety, and becoming mentally & physically resilient.
Through insightful discussions, the e-conclave highlighted the simplest ways of protecting and strengthening one’s body & mind. With live demonstrations & discussions with Yoga Gurus on various asanas & their significance, the e-conclave delved into best practices from different schools of Yoga which may help prepare our bodies in fighting against COVID-19.
The e-conclave witnessed the eminent presence of Kiren Rijiju (Youth Affairs & Sports Minister, responsible – Ministry of Ayush), Yogi Dr Amrit Raj (Yogacharya, Ayurvedacharya), Manjari Joshi (Yoga & Wellness Guru), Larra Shah (Celebrity Holistic Healer), Sohan Singh (Chinese Yog Guru), Tina Datta (TV Actress), Suneel Singh (Yog Guru), Acharya Pratishtha (Exponent of Yoga), Grand Master Akshar (Spiritual Master, Lifestyle Coach, Author), Ira Trivedi (Author & Yoga Acharya), and Abhijata Iyenagar (Yoga Teacher).
At the e-conclave, celebrity nutritionists and other eminent personalities led enlightening discussions on Ayurveda and its remedies to spice up body immunity & healthy living.
Avinash Pandey, CEO, ABP Network said, “This pandemic has significantly impacted the psychological health of the people. that specializes in psychological state, fitness, and mindfulness has become all the more crucial during these trying times.
“Keeping an equivalent in mind, we conducted ‘Yog Sammelan’ on ABP News, to assist and guide our viewers through this point, as they affect the various implications of COVID-19. We hope the pertinent conversations on the e-conclave help our viewers attain better physical & psychological state,” Pandey said.
Yogi Dr Amrit Raj said, “Being happy increases our immunity. If we make a habit of doing yoga daily, we’ll remain healthy. Being happy is additionally an art. Don’t skimp on smiling.”
Kiren Rijiju, Youth Affairs & Sports Minister, shared his words of wisdom, “Yoga is such a drug on which you are doing not spend any money.” He said.
Abhijata Iyenagar, a Yoga Teacher, said, “I cannot imagine my life without Yoga. it’s become an integral part of my life and exists because of the core ingredient of my being. Given this situation, stress isn’t just limited to the people suffering from covid but has drastically affected relations, doctors, frontline workers, etc. to beat this stress, practising yoga is important. Yoga works both on our body and mind and provides us with the strength to beat the after-effects of COVID-19. It provides us with mental stability.”