Indore : The Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV)’s yoga camp is getting overwhelming response. Many eminent persons of the city have already joined the camp and many more are in the queue but the School of Yoga has closed registrations.
“We have already enrolled as many as 90 persons, including doctors, physiotherapists, government officers, businessmen. Due to space constrains, we could not enroll more persons so registrations have been stopped,” said Shiv Shankar Sharma, head of School of Yoga.
The participants of the 6-week camp which started on May 2 would get certificate at the end of camp. Dr Sharma said: “We host yoga camp every year during summers where people of all age group are invited to learn yoga from professionals in a scientific way and are given certificates by the university at the end of the camp.”
He said “Performing yoga early in the morning is a wonderful experience and especially learning it at the university campus makes it even better as participants are given the accurate information about every asanas and its relevance in curing different diseases.”
The camp starts from 6:30 am and hosts both practical and theory classes for the participants. Sharma said, “At the camp, we are focusing on creating awareness about the relief people can get from their chronic diseases by performing asanas in particular angle.”