• October 17, 2021

Ajmer, April 29, 2020:  Ryan International Group of Institutions, one of India’s leading K12 education institutes is successfully conducting online yoga classes and other engagement activities for their students amidst the lockdown situation. 

The thought behind conducting online yoga sessions is to inculcate healthy living practices even in the challenging times of home quarantine. The online yoga sessions cover different yoga asanas, pranayam and meditation. Apart from virtually practicing yoga, children are also being enlightened to the importance of yoga and its mental and physical benefits. An entire schedule of engaging activities other than yoga has also been instilled to motivate students to perform productive and recreational activities when at home. The school conducts activities like online music classes and live arts & craft sessions for students of different grades. 

The Ryan International school has already started their online e-learning programme from Pre-primary Grades to Grade X and XII, and this dedicated online engagement initiative helps to keep the learning process of the students consistent not only from an academic point of view but also from an overall mental health perspective. 

Ryan Group’s online engagement initiative has been appreciated by the students as well as the parents. Some parents also mentioned that they accompany their children and join them during the live yoga sessions. Both the parents and children are thoroughly enjoying this quality time that they are spending together as a family. 

“We are happy that our students and parents are appreciating our efforts. Our constant endeavour is to take care of our student’s mental and physical well-being in this tough and emotionally stressful time. Through the virtual yoga class and other engagement activities we want to promote a healthy lifestyle and ensure productive use of time for all our school children.” said Sangeeta Acharya, Principal, Ryan International School, Ajmer. 

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