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In my free time,  I browse the internet for different types of topics. As usual, when browsing, my eyes landed on an old woman aged 99 years old performing 50 yoga poses. I wondered by looking at her. I was inspired by her, and I came up with an article on yoga.I think you are very keen on the woman. I will reveal the name at the end of the article.Let’s start our article with the introduction, history, and benefits of yoga.

Yoga is the art and science of healthy living, which focuses on bringing harmony between the mind and body. Every aspect has its relevance and is related to our mythology and civilization. The word “yoga” is derived from the Sanskrit ” yuj’, meaning “to join or” or to unite.The union of individual consciousness with that of Universal Consciousness indicates perfect harmony between the mind and body, man and nature. It is only possible when practicing yoga. If you want to overcome all your suffering, leading to the state of liberation (moksha)or freedom ((kaivalyam), this is the main aim of Self – realization. Practicing yoga will bring freedom in all walks of life. Health and harmony are the main objectives.


At the very dawn of civilization, the practice of yoga is believed to have started. Shiva is seen as the first yogi, or Adiyogi, and the first guru, or Adi Guru.Saptarishis received profound knowledge given by Adi Yogi. This yogic science was carried by these seven sages to different parts of the world, including Asia, the Middle East, Northern Africa, and Southern America. Agastya, the saptharishi who traveled across the Indian subcontinent, drafted this culture around a core yogic way of life.During Patanjali’s period, the main sources from which we get information about yoga practices and literature are available in th Vedas, Upanishads, Smrithis, teachings of Buddhism , Jainism, Panini , Epics, and Puranas.

Importance of yoga:

Yoga stimulates healthy eating and improves the metabolic system of the body. It not only lowers blood sugar but bad cholesterol as well. Yoga gives strength, balance, and flexibility to the body.

The health benefits of yoga:

  • Improves posture
  • Increases flexibility
  • Builds muscle strength
  • Metabolism improves
  • Lowers blood sugar
  • Regulates blood to all parts of the  body.
  • Resistance power to fight diseases.
  • Broadens lung functioning
  • Fights with insomnia
  • Look and feel younger
  • Reduces stress
  • relaxing mind


Many people have benefited from the practice of yoga, which has been preserved and promoted by great eminent yoga masters for ages. Yoga is blooming and growing more energetic every day.Yoga is a lifestyle, not an exercise program, although ,yoga has no judgement if you want to use the poses to exercise.

ANSWER:Nanammal is known as “yoga grandma,” and she can perform 50 poses, including shirshasana, paschimottasana, and mayurasana.