Neha Malik is a faithful proponent of Yoga. Her training in the art has kept her gathered and brought back a sense of equanimity. A series of unexpected and unpleasant occurrences had taken the calm away leaving her numb for a while.
This was also the genesis of Vatsalya Yog in October 2020. The world had gone into a huddle fearing the raging pandemic. As an experienced yoga instructor with demonstrated work experience, she decided to trudge a lone path.
Neha’s wellness program Vatsalya Yog structures the ancient art of yoga into convenient doable modules. Having studied anatomy, she has an in-depth understanding of the body. She uses her insight to select yogic postures to vitalize focused body needs. Often with an emphasis on finding the varieties that work best for an individual body. The essence of the art is to train your mind to handle your body. Hence, each move looks beyond toning the body bringing in a calm that soothes you. Vatsalya Yog is more about therapy than exercise. Her teachings are practical and amenable to the young and the old. The quintessence of her art is to empower yourself to keep healthy and composed. It releases stress, clears the mind, and makes you confident to face each day.
Why is yoga important for young learners?
Yoga is more than just stretching and exercise. There’s something for every age. Life may not be as carefree as it looks for school-going kids. From waking up early, studying the multiple subjects in school, finishing the homework, and prepping for extracurricular activities to facing the bullies and competing with their peers they are under constant pressure. Add to these, their exposure to social networking sites, digital education, and modern gadgets make it worse which gives a way to physical and mental illness at a very young age. Yoga, on the contrary, is a solution to all these problems. Yoga enables children to discover their strengths for holistic growth. Yoga encourages individuals to go outside and indulge in outdoor activities which helps them destress and improve academically.
Yoga works the best at this age for a healthy and joyful life ahead. What you’ve read and experienced is just the tip of the iceberg. It has much more to offer.