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Celebrating World Yoga Day on Wheelchairs with ABILITIES UNLIMITED

Added: (Thu Jun 18 2015)

Pressbox (Press Release) - First of its kind in the world- Guru Syed Sallauddin Pasha & Special Team bring hope for the differently abled

Guru Syed Sallauddin Pasha, Founder of Ability Unlimited Foundation, a Non-Profit Social Service Organization for the benefit of differently abled people is showcasing YOGA ON WHEEL CHAIR performance to commemorate the World Yoga Day with his special team on Sunday, June 21, 2015 at 6:30 pm, at FICCI Auditorium, Tansen Marg, New Delhi. This Sunday, a series of Yoga Aasans on Wheel Chair by differently abled will spread awareness on the need for Yoga to all age groups, religions, nationalities and social backgrounds to experience meditativeness, expanding their perception of life from individuality to universality.

The performance of 90 minutes will showcase the most difficult Aasanas (postures) of ancient Yoga performed by challenged and hearing impaired boys and girls. Yoga on Wheelchair has been therapeutic and has opened up mental and physical blockages healed and helped them overcome their disabilities and become achievers by discovering a positive world.

The message for the World Yoga day by Guru Syed Sallauddin Pasha, “Yoga is for all without discrimination of abled and disabled.....equality unites the Society”.

National award-winner Guru Syed Sallauddin Pasha, a Guinness World Records holder dedicated 30 years of his life for the well being of the persons with disabilities by innovating and creating Yoga on the wheelchairs. He dedicates “Yoga on Wheelchairs” for the people with Disabilities who can benefit, adopt and practice the ancient yoga using the wheelchairs and crutches, which is first of its kind in the world. He has achieved this by teaching them to unite the body, mind, soul and seek inner peace while improving self-confidence.

Wheelchair Yoga is a practice from India which embraces each individual as unique and beautiful. Consequently, each exercise (called a Yoga pose) is an expression of the individual. Therefore, just as no two people are the same, no two poses are the same. When performing Yoga in a wheelchair, each individual should work toward expressing the pose to his or her fullest capability while honouring his or her limitations.

Submitted by:Ishita Singh
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