World MotoYoga Day by Big Biking Commune is the world’s first and unique concept to celebrate June 21st as the International Day of Yoga as well as the World Motorcycle Day; it is bringing together the passion for motorcycling with a balance on the biker health and well-being.
This year the second edition of the World Motor Yoga Day is going online and will be live-streamed with bikers participating in this virtual yoga program. To be hosted by seasoned bikers who are yoga masters themselves, the Motoyogis Yogabandhu Prashanth and Sameera Dahiya will be performing specially curated yoga asanas for bikers as they also celebrate their passion on June 21st as the Wold Motorcycle Day.
Speaking about the event, Arun Kumar, Convener, Big Biking Commune said “ Last year, we had our first edition of Motoyoga where we had gathered bikers from the city to perform yoga under the supervision of yoga instructors. This year too we wanted to observe this day and reach out to bikers across India through our online platform. The current lockdown situation can be utilized by bikers to keep themselves physically fit and have a stress free mind. We are also launching a booklet that has a compilation of different asanas for bikers. We believe this will help the large biker community in India and the world. “
This year the Big Biking Commune is also releasing a special booklet ‘Yoga for Bikers’ which compiles 18 yoga asanas specially curated for the bikers to help them enjoy a healthy motorcycling life. While bikers ride their way with passion there are times when it takes a toll on their overall health and fitness. Bikers tend to develop backaches, muscle spasms, and shoulder pain. While some make it a point to be fit and healthy, there can be few who miss out on their fitness journeys and so Yoga is one way through which people can stay hale and healthy. With great fitness come long rides!
The live sessions can be viewed at – https://www.instagram.com/big_biking_commune/
Date- 21st June 2020
Time- 9 am to 10 am
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