Can you execute the half moon, assume the rabbit, hold the balancing stick or relax into the child pose? Do you like to heat it up at Bikram, focus on the heart in Dru Yoga or are you an athletic fan of Ashtanga Yoga?

You may well be aware, that the 21st June is International Day of Yoga.

The word yoga derives from Sanskrit, the classical language of Hinduism originating in India.  Yoga means to join or to unite, symbolizing the union of body and consciousness.

Take five minutes today to stretch during your day and calm your mind, breathe in and out through one nostril at a time (use your index and middle finger, to close one side at a time, right, then left, repeat for a minute) and strike a pose…