The International Day of Yoga is celebrated on June 21 every year and was proposed by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi during his speech at the 69th session of the General Assembly in 2014.

International Day Of Yoga honors the traditional practice of yoga, which originated in India. 2022 Yoga Theme will be specialized for the specially-abled, transgender population, women and children.

Previous themes of International Yoga Day 2015: Yoga for Harmony and Peace 2016: Yoga for the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals 2017: Yoga for Health

Theme Of Yoga 2018: Yoga for Peace 2019: Yoga for Heart 2020: Yoga at Home and Yoga with Family 2021: Yoga For Wellness 2022: Yoga for Humanity

Yoga is practiced in India since 5th century. It is a holistic approach, targeting all the different systems of the body and mind.

Asanas strengthen the body and improve flexibility. This in turn promotes health and confidence.

Pranayama has a range of benefits, including purifying the system and organs. It is superior to asanas in some ways.

There are many physical activities that the body generates energy from, and then you can use these for meditation. It can be used for stability, peace, or calm.

Those who do daily yoga are not only getting exercise, but also living their way of life and creating inner balance. Yoga stands as a symbol for uniting the body, mind, spirit and soul.

The theme for International Yoga Day June 2022 is 'Yoga for Humanity', and it'll be centered around a sustainable world through yoga.