Children’s Camp for Rangoonwala

Children’s Camp for Rangoonwala

Who Said Yoga Can’t Be Fun??

Around 200 students from the Rangoonwala Foundation visited The Yoga Institute, Santacruz East today for a 1 day yoga camp and had the time of their life. Filled with fun and frolic but always with an important lesson to learn in the end, this children’s camp included Asanas, interactive game sessions as well as learning important concepts like Yamas, Niyamas, sharing, practice of Mauna and how to work well as a team.

Here are some endearing images from the camp.

Learning to sit in silence, spending quality time with themselves

Learning to sit in silence, spending quality time with themselves

Learning about Yamas, the foundation of a moral life

Learning about Yamas, the foundation of a moral life

Who Said Yoga Can't be Fun?

Who Said Yoga Can’t be Fun?

Introduction to Asanas

Introduction to Asanas

Having fun while playing games involving alertness, neuro-muscular co-ordination and team work

Having fun while playing games involving alertness, neuro-muscular co-ordination and team work

Practicing a variation of Talasana

Practicing a variation of Talasana

Little ones practicing Sthitaprarthnasana

Little ones practicing Sthitaprarthnasana

Learning team work while playing the game called 'Faith'

Learning team work while playing the game called ‘Faith’

Learning to play a game designed at The Yoga Institute

Learning to play a game designed at The Yoga Institute

Rangoonwala Foundation is a non-profit organization that conducts social service in various fields. Over the years, they have been sending a large number of students from their various schools to The Yoga Institute for exposure to The Yoga Way of Life.

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