Monday, October 12, 2015

  Largest Facial Yoga Class: India breaks Guinness World Records record (VIDEO)

HYDERABAD, India -- To create awareness on facial yoga for a holistic approach towards good health and wellbeing, the facial yoga class was conducted with 1,661 participants from various women entrepreneur clubs, social clubs and institutions, at People's Plaza, Necklace Road, thus
setting the new world record for the Largest Facial Yoga Class, according to the World Record Academy.
Participants performing yoga during the largest Facial Yoga World Record event organised by yoga expert Ruchika Sharma.
  Photo: Participants performing yoga during the largest Facial Yoga World Record event organised by yoga expert Ruchika Sharma. Photo: PTI (enlarge photo)

  The previous Guinness World Records' record for the largest facial yoga class involved 295 participants and was organised by Smooth E Company Limited (Thailand), at Siam Paragon in Bangkok, Thailand, on 21 June 2015. The attempt focussed on various facial yoga exercises to promote well being and a healthy face.

  Guinness World Records also recognized the world record for the largest laughter yoga class; it consists of 912 people and was achieved at an event organised by the Hoho Hahaha Society (Hong Kong) in Hong Kong, China on 9 May 2015. The laughter yoga class lasted 32 minutes and was led by Dr Madan Kataria, often credited as the founder of laughter yoga.

    The event broke the recent Guinness World Records record of 295 participants organised by the Smooth E Company in Thailand and the Siam Paragon in Bangkok.

    'Yoga is the most favourable method for everyone as it helps in balancing the mind & body. The Idea behind Facial Yoga is the same as for exercising the rest of your body, the facial muscles will naturally begin to lose elasticity and flexibility with age due to lack of use which leads to a droopy appearance' said International Facial Yoga Expert and Being Women Founder Ruchika Sharma.

    Face consists of more than 57 different muscles, stretched like layered, elastic sheets on top of your cranium and facial tissues. These muscles can act singly and in combination, creating the many facets of facial expressions. This is how facial exercises can help you maintain a more youthful look' she added.
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