Wilhelm Jezler (Chairman, iudex International, Switzerland), Ven. Bhikkhu Sanghasena, Pt. Vishnu Prasad Shukla (Senior BJP Leader), Ms. Poonam Jezler (Switzerland), Shankar Lalwani (Member of Parliament) and other guests presented the certificate
INDORE: Child Prodigy and Youngest Yoga Trainer Geet Parag Patani of Nashik, Maharashtra, India has been included by the World Book of Records for performing maximum difficult Yoga Asana (23) in one minute on 1 January 2022. In Pandemic times, when everything seems to be cutting off and getting eliminated, only soulful solution lies in spiritual healing. Life is not a bed of roses, but life definitely is a game of perceptions. The game of these perceptions can be aced by performing Yoga and inculcating meditation in one's life. One cannot control what goes on outside, but one can always control what goes inside. It is often said that your body exists in the past and your mind exists in the future and Yoga bridges the gap between them. If gym is the workout for body, Yoga is the workout for soul. One such legendary and soulful story comes from small town Maharashtra named Nashik, where a 13 years old girl Geet Parag Patani has grabbed attention by performing maximum yoga positions (23 positions) in the short span of just one minute. This is not it, the young lady has also stood as the youngest yoga trainer. World Book of Records, London is beaming with proud while adding her to its Kids edition-2022. Geet's journey began pretty early at the age of just 4.5 years when her doctor parents brought tiny Yoga practices in her life and her inclination to it kept on rising and with deeper understanding, she kept on working on different positions to advance her level according to her age with full support from parents. She has also won 4 international, 5 national and 9 state level gold medals in Yoga performances. With consistent practice, dedication and perseverance, Geet began teaching Yoga at the tender age of just 10 years. Her students ranged from 5 to 15 years of age initially, where she was teaching aerial yoga, which is anti-gravity yoga done on hammocks. Geet's mother has been an international yoga judge and Geet seems to be more than jovial to carry this legacy forward. While being inclined so deep into Yoga at such tender age, Geet is good in academics too and has never kept her studies at back seat. Drawing and arts are her favourite subjects and she aims of making her career in Yoga and meditation only. She just doesn't know simple Yoga, but also power yoga, Pranayam, kids yoga and serial yoga. She is also into the practice of meditation. With her high and soulful ambitions of imbibing yoga in her life and others' too, Geet is preparing for 500 RYT (registered Yoga teacher training program) exam and if she clears it, she will be the world's first youngest student to do that. Her dream of bringing yoga to life is so clear that it has made her sorted and strong headed regarding her career and she wants to do research work in Yoga too. Many of her students too are already national and international yoga winners. With such noble inclination and intent, Geet is all set to transform people's lives.