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International Martial Arts Trust(R) is an exclusive gymnastics academy in Bangalore, offering training for competitive and recreational gymnastics. With International qualified coaches, a structured training program and state of the art equipment such as: high beam, uneven bars, parallel bars, vaulting tables and horizontal bars the program is designed to help kids experience a lifetime of fitness. Did you know? Gymnastics, along with athletics and swimming, has been recognized by the International Olympic Committee as one of the three foundation sports from which all others stem. The reason being, gymnastics helps develop strength, flexibility, agility, balance, coordination... the list goes on and on. Our mission at International Martial Arts Trust(R) is to promote gymnastics as a sport and give youngsters an opportunity to push their physical limits, building a rock solid foundation of agility, strength, flexibility, determination and confidence. We provide a state of the art facility with international standard equipment in a 5000 sq ft Gymnastics Academy with qualified gymnasts as trainers.

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Introduction Imagine an activity that increases your flexibility, strengthens your muscles, centers your thoughts, and relaxes and calms you. Yoga does all that and more! In this article, I will review a brief history and the philosophy of yoga, the different types of yoga, the benefits, equipment you need to do it, where to do it, how to get started, and a whole lot more. What is yoga? Yoga is an ancient physical and spiritual discipline and branch of philosophy that originated in India reportedly more than 5,000 years ago. The word yoga comes from the Sanskrit word yuj, which means to yoke, join, or unite. The Iyengar school of yoga defines yuj as the "joining or integrating of all aspects of the individual - body with mind and mind with soul - to achieve a happy, balanced and useful life." The ultimate aim of yoga, they claim, is to reach kaivalya (emancipation or ultimate freedom).

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