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Life Skills Workshop at Asian School of Business

Through life skills workshops, one can develop decision-making skills, choose behaviours that promote group cooperation and collaboration, gain confidence in both speaking skills and accountable behavior, and deal effectively with day-to-day challenges in life. Through such sessions, students can develop and be moulded into professionals who can build their ability to lead by example and learn the actual meaning of time and people management. Effective coaching expands the range of agility and adaptability to various tasks and improves the work-life balance of trained individuals.

With the goal of instilling adaptive and positive behavioural skills that will enable students to deal effectively with the demands and challenges of life they face on a daily basis, the Asian School of Business organises workshops under LIFE SKILLS @ ASB.

In continuation with the said goal, a session of LIFE SKILLS on yoga and zumba was organised on January 9th, 2023; 2:30 p.m. onwards at the Sports Arena.

The first session of the activity was led by yoga instructor Mr. Gurpal Singh, who made students do Sukhasana with buzzing sounds and chanting, followed by Sukshamvyayam (warm up). He made the students perform various asanas that included- Standing asana (Taadasana, Trikonasan, Vrikshasan, Garudasan, Ardhchakarasan), Sitting Asana (Ardhmatsendrasan, Trikonasana, Vrikshasana, Garudasana, Ardhchakarasana),Reclining (Bhujangasana, Naukaasan, Setubandasan , Halasan, Sarvangasan), Pranayama and Surya Namaskar. The instructor, Mr. Gurpal Singh, also explained the importance of yoga in everyday life to the students.

The session of yoga was followed by the zumba session, where the instructor, Ms. Meenal Pathak, a celebrity fitness coach and founder of Mee Studios, made the students dance to the beats. Both the yoga and zumba sessions continued for 45 minutes each.

The event ended with the felicitations of the instructors for the yoga and zumba sessions by Dr. Preeti Sharma, Head DSW. A total of 375 students participated in the session with great zeal and enthusiasm.