Yoga helps health in Oman
Omanis are excited about Yoga as a health supplement. All Omani communities are becoming more interested in yoga.
Regardless of nationality or race, geography or religion- diabetes, back and joint pain, high blood pressure, and heart disease are all equally dangerous. All of us, rich or poor, are at risk. 41 million people die each year from non-communicable or chronic diseases, which account for 71% of all fatalities worldwide.
Stress, anxiety, and depression can all be prevented by adopting a holistic approach to health and wellbeing, which includes achieving mental and physical equilibrium and enhancing the body’s natural tendency toward health and self-healing. Yoga, a centuries-old Indian discipline, is beneficial to people of all ages and stages of life.
Only a yoga mat and some comfortable clothing are needed to reap the benefits of yoga. Everyday practice that is simple, affordable, and accessible. Its advantages are widely acknowledged and endorsed by medical specialists all around the world.
This ancient form of exercise for the body and mind gained international attention when the United Nations General Assembly declared June 21 to be the “International Day of Yoga.” Today, Yoga Day is celebrated all around the world.
Increased exposure to natural immunity and healthy lifestyle practices has brought Yoga back into the public eye.
Today, on the 8th International Day of Yoga, people all around the world are coming together to promote better health, inner awareness, harmony, and peace through the practice of yoga, which has already become a mainstream movement.
This year’s International Day of Yoga theme is “Yoga for Humanity,” which focuses on how yoga helped the world cope with the Covid outbreak.
Balance in body, mind, and soul can be achieved through yoga’s precise postures and breathing, as well as through meditation. A healthy diet and regular exercise can improve your overall health and well-being. Yoga not only improves one’s physical and mental health, but also fosters one’s sense of altruism, kindness, and love for one’s fellow human beings.
The Embassy of India in Muscat organized ‘Muscat Yog Mahotsav: 75 Days, 75 Events’ in April in preparation for the 8th International Day of Yoga. In honor of India’s 75th anniversary of independence, the Muscat Yoga Mahotsav held 75 days of Yoga activities, culminating today with International Yoga Day.
More than 100 online and offline events took place across Oman over the course of 75 days during this unique health festival. For a long time after that, the Indian and Omani communities showed up in great numbers for countless yoga sessions that have been held on a variety of topics like yoga for general health and fitness, strengthening the nervous system, and releasing tension in the mind.
Indian and Omani fraternal ties are evident in the enthusiastic participation of all ages in this well-known marathon yoga event in Oman.
In Oman, yoga for health is always supported by His Majesty Sultan Haitham Bin Tarik, the Omani government, and the people of Oman.
India and Oman have a common goal of achieving optimal health, a strong sense of community, and a sense of harmony via the practice of yoga.