Proper growth and development.
Proper functioning and Development of skills through better neuromuscular coordination.
Development of strength and endurance.
Development of healthy interests and attitudes.
Satisfaction and channelizing of emotions. (Removing worry, tension, etc. through participation in sports.)
Developing qualities of sympathy and cooperation with others becoming a worthy member of home and society.
Development of self-control
Development of sportsmanship (leadership qualities)
Development of personality.
Yoga is a group of physical, mental, and spiritual practices or disciplines which originated in ancient India. Yoga is one of the six Āstika (orthodox) schools of Hindu philosophical traditions. The term "yoga" comes from a Sanskrit word meaning "union." Yoga combines physical exercises, mental meditation and breathing techniques to strengthen the muscles and relieve stress.
Jain yoga has been a central practice in Jainism. Jain spirituality is based on a strict code of nonviolence or ahimsa (which includes vegetarianism), almsgiving (dana), right faith in the three jewels, the practice of austerities (tapas) such as fasting, and yogic practices. Jain yoga aims at the liberation and purification of the self (atma) or soul (jiva) from the forces of karma, which keep all souls bound to the cycle of transmigration.
Like Yoga and Sankhya, Jainism believes in a multiplicity of individual souls which bound by their individual karma. Only through the reduction of karmic influxes and the exhaustion of one's collected karma can a soul become purified and released, at which point one becomes an omniscient being who has reaches "absolute knowledge" (kevala jnana).
Yoga does more than burn calories and tone muscles.
It's a total mind-body workout that combines strengthening and stretching poses with deep breathing and meditation or relaxation.
Yoga has been practiced by all students from the inception and practiced as a daily routine in our school.
Yoga is part of Sports day and celebrated as a big event and all the students will participate and excel their performance.
Every year on June 21st is celebrated as The International Day of Yoga all over the world, our school also conducts various events to show the individual and group performance on different Asanas.
Students also participating on external yoga competition conducted by various organizations and have won prizes and got recognized nationally.
During this Pandemic Covid’19 students have participated in various event listed below and shown their excellent skills.
• National yoga competition conducted by Tamilnadu Yoga Committee
• National yoga competition conducted by Tamilnadu Yoga Bharathi
• Noble world records by Tamilnadu Yoga Committee
• Surya Namaskar Competition by New Heights Public school Varanasi
• International Yoga Competition by Shiv Darshan Yoga Vidyalaya (Affiliated to Bihar school of Yoga.
Corona health awareness program was organised by Tamilnadu Yoga Committee and our school students 530 members have participated and it is considered as Noble World records
National Yoga committee conducted Yoga competition on 21st June 2020. Following students are adjourned as winners.
Yoga classes is conducted online during this Covid lock down circumstances and our school has kept the spiritual practices ongoing for the wellbeing of all students. Online Yoga competition also conducted by our school during International Yoga day 2020 to all students at various levels. Students have shown great interest and passion in participating on yoga competition with different asanas
Participation extended to all teachers and Parents via online who were supporting during this Pandemic.