Berlin, June 19: The 21st of June was called by the UN and WHO to be the "International Day of Yoga". This day is being used annually from 2015 onwards every year in order to familiarize as many people as possible with the advantages of yogapraxis. Munich will celebrate the International Yoga Day with Yoga workshops, competitions on asanas, quiz, essay, writing and shloka recitation.
The Indian Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, has declared the introduction of the "International Yoga Days" before the UN General Assembly: "Yoga is an invaluable gift of the tradition of India, which includes the unity of body and mind, thought and action, restraint and fulfillment, harmony between man and nature - a holistic way to health and well-being Also through the experience of being one with oneself, the world and nature, through a change in the way of life and the creation of consciousness, yoga can help people, for example, to cope with climatic changes Yoga Day '.
The Indian Ministry of Ayurveda, Yoga & Naturopathy, Unani-Medicine, Siddha Medicine and Homeopathy has published a brochure about Yogatag in collaboration with yoga experts and the leaders of India's most important yoga institutes. The Common Yoga Protocol contains the historical development of yoga, the different yoga classes, the concepts of yoga teachings, general yogapraxis instructions and a series of special, useful yoga exercises.