Yoga & pdp program at balnagar

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Manavata Yoga & Personality Development Program Workshop at the Telangana Government Residential School & Junior College, Balnagar, Mahaboobnagar District.
In an inspiring and enlightening workshop, Manavata’s Founder President, Sri Srinivasa Alluri, left an indelible mark on the students of the Telangana Government Residential School & Junior College. Through this program, Srini ji shared his wisdom on yoga practice, meditation, and mind techniques, imparting essential yogic practices tailored for girls.
But the workshop went beyond physical practices; it aimed at building character, self-confidence, leadership skills, and instilling timeless human values. Srini ji drew from his rich international experiences to illustrate these principles with real-world examples.
The impact was palpable as the children embraced the teachings with enthusiasm and gratitude. They were so deeply moved that they eagerly requested Srini ji to conduct more frequent sessions for them

Notably, the school’s principal, Sri Krishna Murty garu, and several teachers also actively participated in the workshop. In his closing remarks, Principal Sri Krishna Murty garu expressed heartfelt gratitude and delivered an inspiring speech on the significance of humanity and selfless service. He lauded Srini ji as an exemplary role model for the current generation, as he tirelessly carries forward the vision of Sri Swami Vivekananda.
Principal Sri Krishna Murty garu emphasized the tremendous value of the program for their students and earnestly requested Manavata to organize such impactful sessions regularly for all their 600 students. It was indeed a highly productive session that transpired from 5:30 am to 7:30 am, leaving an enduring legacy of inspiration and personal growth.
Harikumar and Priyanka Venkatesh also volunteered in this camp.

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