At CT University, we believe in the transformative power of yoga, not just for the body but for the soul. To honor this ancient practice and its profound impact on our lives, our Department of Sports and Physical Education orchestrated a grand celebration of International Yoga Day.
But this wasn't your ordinary yoga session; it was a rendezvous with greatness. Dr. Aman Sood, a distinguished Yoga Trainer and a Guinness World Record holder, graced us with his presence as the guest trainer. His expertise and accomplishments added an extra layer of significance to the event.
In line with the theme for 2021, "Yoga for Well Being," Dr. Aman Sood led an offline yoga session right here on our campus. The event was a testament to the enduring relevance of yoga, especially during challenging times like the COVID-19 pandemic.
Our Vice Chancellor, Dr. Harsh Sadawarti, and esteemed staff members joined in the celebration, creating an atmosphere of unity and well-being. Dr. Sood's message resonated deeply with the audience – yoga isn't just an exercise; it's a way of life that fortifies our immune systems and leads us toward a path of health and vitality.
So, as the sun salutations and downward dogs filled the air, we were reminded of the enduring power of yoga to heal, rejuvenate, and strengthen. It was a day of celebration, inspiration, and a Guinness World Record holder's wisdom imparted to all.