Mayabunder, June 21: On 21.06.2024, in celebration of International Yoga Day, the North & Middle Andaman District Police organized yoga training sessions across all police stations and the district office. These sessions aimed to promote the physical and mental well-being of the police force as well as the broader community, including the public, private workers, and drivers.

The training sessions were a great success, bringing together diverse groups from the community to practice yoga and learn about its health benefits. Through virtual sessions from the Police Line, the instructors enhanced the experience, providing guidance on various yoga postures, breathing exercises, and meditation techniques. Participants were introduced to the profound physical and mental health benefits of yoga, including stress reduction, improved flexibility, enhanced mental clarity, and overall well-being.

The Superintendent of Police, N&MA District, emphasized the importance of yoga in today's fast-paced and stressful environment. Yoga is a powerful tool that can help manage stress, stay fit, and maintain a positive outlook on life. The event saw enthusiastic participation from police personnel, community members, and private drivers. The inclusivity of the event highlighted the district police’s commitment to community engagement and holistic health.

The North & Middle Andaman District Police are committed to upholding law and order, protecting our residents, and building a vibrant, united community through innovative initiatives and active engagement programs.