Yogathon 2016 Kakinada 27th Feb
Manavata has been organizing Yoga, healthy living and personality development workshops across the globe and working with thousands of professionals and students as part of it’s mission.
Yogathon (108 Suryanamakar competitions) is one of the key events which helps all age groups to inspire themselves and experience synergy within the event. This event also inspires everyone to increase their confidence, fitness and inspire them towards health and self-lessness”.
Time: 6am to 9am 27th Feb 2016
Venue: Ashram public school grounds, Pitapuram Road, Kakinada
Register: 9966673283 /111 or online or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mr. Srinivasa Alluri, founder of Manavata, True Yoga Practitioner, Limca book record holder for his 11350KM cycle ride from London to Delhi (www.cyclingforhumanity.org) and 9000KM cycling around India and currently in Hyderabad and voluntarily conducting healthy and yoga camps. Around 27000KM of cycling for humanity in 18 countries has inspired millions of people. We believe that your children also can great inspiration with this event. He is true practitioner of Yoga for past 25 years and taught Yoga and healthy living to thousands of people across the globe.
Sri Cheekala Suryanarayana Garu, President, Sri Ramakrishna Sevasamithi. Greatly inspired by Swami Vivekananda and promoting Vivekananda’s message whole heartedly across the district. He is inspiring many people with his sessions and talks, he has been doing several personality development programs for school children. He has also released a book and CD on Vedanta Saram, which has inspired many people. He has involved in Cycling for Humanity Manavata programs during 2005 Hyderabad to Rajahmundry.
About Surya Namaskar: (The Sun Salutation) are very effective when you practice with concentration and very effective warm-up and recharge for the body.
It is a graceful sequence of twelve positions performed as one continuous exercise. Each position counteracts the one before, stretching the body in a different way and alternately expanding and contracting the chest to regulate the breathing. Practiced daily it will bring great flexibility to your spine and joints and trim your waist. It limbers up the whole body in preparation for the Asanas.