Bangalore: HealthifyMe, India’s leading AI-led health and fitness app today announced the world’s longest single stretch Yoga festival, Yoga Republic. The 24-hour ‘Yoga Republic’, which is free and open to anyone with internet access, will kick off at 5 am on Saturday and will go on till 5 am on Sunday over Zoom, Facebook and YouTube Live. The daylong event is an effort to instill the practice of Yoga for a healthier lifestyle among participants from across the globe and raise awareness of its various lifestyle benefits. Here’s a link to join the event – healthifyme.com/yogarepublic.
The Yogathon will feature almost 50 yoga sessions with international yoga masters who will help the participants in improving their fitness, flexibility, and mindfulness. The event will start with a special session on ‘Yoga for everyone’ and ‘Yoga for better health’ by coach Gayathri from Malaysia and will gradually dive into targeted tutorials on yoga flow, mindfulness, and overall well-being conducted by masters from India & Europe. The day will also feature specialty sessions on Tai Chi, Power yoga, Yoga for building immunity, Yoga for Better Breathing, and Yoga for more energy and to feel good by a host of HealthifyMe coaches.
Manan Chandan, Director of New Initiatives, HealthifyMe said, “After an exceptionally successful month where over 400,000 health enthusiasts celebrated virtual fitness together through FitFest 21 and achieved fantastic results, we plan to conclude the event with a 24 hour long Yogathon – Yoga Republic. Yoga is India’s gift to the world and on this occasion, we are bringing together top of the line Yoga masters from around the world who will cover various forms of Yoga that will be relevant for everyone. This event will help the participants in improving their strength, building a sense of community, and achieving soulfulness. We extend an open invitation to everyone to be a part of the event and start their journey towards a healthier and happier life.”
HealthifyMe had launched Asia’s first-ever virtual fitness festival, ‘FitFest 21’ earlier this month. The month-long virtual festival was aimed to encourage everyone to break the pause, work online from the comfort of their homes, and get back to their fitness goals in 2021.