Giving a kick-start to your yoga session by mixing dance in it has become a trend nowadays. Co-relation between yoga and dance is that both are the effectual exercises. In fact, they fuel physical systems with immense strength, flexibility, and control. Be it doing a sun salutation or hitting the stage, hormones and nervous system stimulate at the same pace.
Euphonic Yoga is a term that was coined by Shruti Chatur Lal Sharma and Suman Kanawat with the fusion of Yoga and various Indian classical dance forms. The concept got a shape with workshop training for yoga and Indian classical dance. In the present scenario, Euphonic Yoga has emerged to be an exciting way to indulge in yoga sessions.
The First Indian Institution to Introduce Euphonic Yoga Among its Students
Sharda University takes the pride of being the first ever educational institution in India to introduce the Euphonic Yoga among its students. Now, this form of yoga has also got international exposure at the opening of an International Indian Food Festival in Kaohsiung, at the Indian Embassy in Brussels and at the 3rd International Yoga Day in Taiwan.
The prime objective of Euphonic Yoga is to uplift the health and well being of the people by activating the seven chakras along with stringing their rejuvenation cord with seven music swaras. Pancha mahabhutas or five elements i.e. fire, water, earth, sky, and air connects well to the five fingers with Indian classical dance mudras and yoga gestures.
The treasure of stamina and stability can be strengthened with regular practice of chakras of Kathak. And, it is truly a fun when gelled with Euphonic Yoga. Indian dance forms are the best for bone density when mixed with yoga mudras. It’s a much healthier way to stay fit than a morning walk in a polluted environment.
The benefits of traditional yoga and classical dancing never disappoints with the test of time. But Euphonic Yoga, as a mixture of dancing and Yoga, has added more to the fun quotient. In fact, the youth enjoys the yoga more in this form. Sharda University salutes Shruti Chatur Lal Sharma and Suman Kanawat for discovering this newfangled outlook of Yoga.