When the United Nations declared 21st June as the ‘International Yoga Day’ the entire world acknowledged Yoga as a precious gift from India to the entire world. Globally people have been looking up in the direction of India to show the way towards a spiritual and healthy lifestyle. The entire world has acknowledged that Yoga is for health and it promotes physical as well as mental health. The popularity of Yoga around the world has grown many folds and more and more people are imbibing it each day seeking health and wellness benefits and finding balance and harmony with Mother Nature and also with in.
We know that prevention is better than cure and doing Yoga prevents us from falling ill and keeps us away from most of the diseases. Many organizations and schools have made Yoga as a part of their educational curriculum. People are imbibing Yoga in their life considering it as an ancient science with immense benefits.
In the past few years, we have seen considerable rise in the number of Yoga institutes and at the same times demand for competent Yoga professionals has also gone up. Even from around the world the demand for Yoga instructors from India is touching skies as people have shown faith in the ancient wisdom from India. They have adopted Yoga as something that transforms lives and gels well into all kinds contemporary medical treatments.
Earlier Yoga was meant for self seekers who imbibed it for spiritual and health benefits where as recently it has been speculated for its commercial side. It has shown an exponential growth with people’s growing interest in it due to its vast benefits. Although with its growing commercialization some people might fear that its spiritual side may get diluted somewhat and that will a challenge to preserve its spiritual side and the answer to it lies somewhere in future.