Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday launched the myYoga app on the occasion of 7th International Day of Yoga. Developed jointly by the Ministry of AYUSH and the World Health Organization (WHO), the myYoga app aims to provide yoga training and practice sessions of varying durations to the common people and enthusiasts.
Let us tell you that in an address to the nation on Monday, PM Modi said, “With the cooperation of WHO, India has taken another important step. We will launch myYoga app which will have yoga training videos in different languages for people across the world. This will help us achieve our ideal of ‘One World, One Health’. “
myYoga app can be used as a daily yoga companion for individuals aged 12-65 years. The WHO says the app was developed through a review of the scientific literature and extensive international expert consultation.
Let us tell you that mYoga App has been designed to encourage people to take up Yoga through a single touch of their mobile phone. Apart from this, let us tell you that the mYoga app is a collaborative effort between the Ministry of AYUSH and WHO. Apart from this, let us tell you that this app is also very good from the point of view of security, in fact it is being said that it does not collect any data from users. Currently, it is available in French, English and Hindi, although more languages will be added in the coming months. Android users can download the myYoga app from the Google Play Store.
PM Modi said that, “The app was developed with the aim of making yoga more accessible to people around the world.” Apart from this, he has also said that, “It is a combination of modern technology and ancient science. A great example.”
Praising the many benefits of yoga, the Prime Minister said that the ancient Indian practice has seen immense growth in all corners of the world, as it not only improved physical health but also good mental health.