Hemalatha: Should Schools Have Yoga Periods?

    • Hemalatha.G,
    • Standard: XII-C,
    • Sethu Bhaskara Matriculation Higher Secondary Scho,
    • Chennai.

    • Publish Date: May 8 2017 9:52AM
    • |
    • Updated Date: Jun 6 2017 2:39PM
Hemalatha: Should Schools Have Yoga Periods?

Nowadays students are given more stress to score marks. Due to which they are not thinking out of the box. We are losing talents. So, we need some relaxation in schools. So I think yoga can be a part of everyday clases. If students are inculcated with these stress relieving techniques, we can expect a lot from them. On the whole India may become a healthy country (mentally). So what do you think?

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V.A.Tanmai PBDAV MODEL SCHOOL

Physical Education is an important part of school curriculum. The ones epidemic has put schools in the role of being the only physical outlet for many students. Yoga can be an important part of an entire program of activity. By increasing flexibility and strength, it fulfilled a large portion of what is needed for good physical health. And by learning to breathe and focus, students can learn to calm themselves in times of stress.

Aishwarya Iyer Deens Academy

I believe yoga is present as a co-curricular in many schools. We do have yoga in our school and it is extremely fun! And yes, India will not only be a mentally healthy country but also physically. Yoga is indeed relaxing and practicing it regularly can help your health a lot.

Vaishnavi S NAGARJUNA VIDYANIKETAN

Yoga is a very important part of of one''s life, especially students. Pressure from teachers and parents may have an adverse effect on the brain. Even the ministry of Aayush has made yoga classes mandatory in schools. Yoga reduces stress. It is required to lead a healthy life.

Himanshi Dhawan Saffron Public School

I agree. From yester years, starting from Swami Vivekananda to present leaders such PM Narendra Modi, today many people are striving hard to bring back the craze of Yoga among people. I feel that schools can contribute from their side to the noble cause by initiating Yoga classes for the students.

Ayushi Pandey LILAVATI BAI PODAR (A)-SCRUZ

The sanctity of yoga is gradually losing its importance in India- the country that gave birth to yoga. On the contrary, it is gaining worldwide popularity in foreign countries like U.S.A, U.K, Australia, Singapore, Canada et al. The youth, particularly, is encumbered by so much stress that easing the pressure of them is really vital. As a stressbuster, there can be nothing better than meditation and yoga. Yes, I feel schools must have yoga classes. Let''s bring back our long, lost culture!

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