Organizer: Department of Physical Educatio, K.L.E. Society’s S. K. Arts College and H. S. Kotambri Science Institute, Hubballi
- This Online yoga championship is open for participants nationwide to ensure that the maximum number of students can take part in these competitions.
- Eligibility: This Online yoga competition is open to students as per following age group from any part of the nation –Age Group: 18-22
- For first 3 winners, Cash prizes will be announced on Mega International Yoga Day-21st June-2021 with our Alumni, Bailbasappa, Yoga Coach, Singapore
Objectives of the Competition
- The main objective of conducting and organizing this National Yoga competition is to identify talent in yoga.
- To provide a platform for getting success in the yoga field.
- To increase the awareness about yoga and also to inspire more people to adopt yoga in their lifestyle in this situation (Covid-19 Pandemic).
• Men: Tight Short.
• Women: Swimming Costume.
Compulsory 4 Asana – Holding 30 Sec.
• Prasarita Padahastasana or Standing Forward Bend with Feet Apart Pose
• Paschim Namaskarasana or Reverse Prayer Pose
• Gomukhasana or Cow Face pose
• Dhanurasana or Bow Pose
• Halasana or Plow Pose
Rules and Regulations:
- The participants have to submit their yoga performance video before 19th June 2021.
- Each participant has to submit a video of 3 to 5 minutes.
- Each and every participant has to disclose the apps they have used to enhance the aesthetic of the video and should not temper the speed of the video.
- It is expected from the candidate to shoot their video from the camera having at least 12 mp or higher and positioned in such a way all the body part get captured in the frame while performing.
- Candidates have to shoot their video to a white backdrop and must wear proper yogic attire.
- After that students have to save their video on any social media handle and send it to the following Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- The online event of Yoga performance of selected participants will be on 20th 8.00 am.
Note: Organizers are not responsible for any injury during performance.
Shri. C.K. Patil
Dr. Uma V. Nerle