Mysuru: Man On 15,000 Km Padayatra To Promote Yoga

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Mysuru: Man On 15,000 Km Padayatra To Promote Yoga

| Updated: January 5, 2023 19:24

Krishna Nayaka arrived in the temple town of Tirupati on Wednesday after travelling across Karnataka, Kerala, and Tamil Nadu as part of a 15,000-kilometre padayatra to raise awareness of yoga among the populace. He aims to finish his objective in two years after walking 2,000 kilometres so far as part of his walkathon. The 29-year-old man spreads awareness of yoga by walking 30 kilometres per day.

Back in 2008, a sage from the Himalayas who was receiving treatment for a fractured collar bone at an ayurvedic facility in Mysuru introduced him to yoga. Later, to treat his back discomfort caused by Lumbar Spondylosis, he attended lessons and practised yoga for years.

He played cricket for the Mysore University team, and while he was a student, playing too much of it caused back problems. He set out on a 15,000-kilometer journey from Mysuru in October 2022 to spread the word about yoga in a significant way after becoming convinced of its therapeutic effects.

“When I consulted doctors for my back pain, all of them suggested that I undergo surgery. As I was not willing to undergo surgery, I visited the ayurveda hospital where I met the sage. He told me that there is no better treatment for back pain than doing yoga regularly,” Krishna said.

A layman believes that yoga is just body twisting, he said. Before I started practising yoga, I had the same impression. Once we begin doing yoga, we will understand its advantages and how yoga and yoga asanas differ. In addition to regulating emotions and reducing stress, yoga aids in the development of a healthy physique.

Krishna founded the Krishnam Yoga Institute to teach yoga after learning the asanas. More than 30 students of different ages are already taking yoga classes at his institute. Krishna visits educational facilities during his padayatra and informs students about the advantages of yoga. After seeing every state in the country, he intends to end his padayatra at Musuru.

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