PATPARGANJ resident and filmmaker Beenu Rajpoot began holding online sessions (on Zoom and Google meet) on fitness in March 2021, soon after she was chosen as a Fit India Champion by the Ministry of Youth Affairs & Sports, Government of India. She has been holding fitness sessions for residents of Delhi NCR, Chandigarh, Hyderabad, and Vizag.
While people in the age group 10-50 attend these sessions, Rajuputh as found that the ones between ages 10-22 have been traumatised the most by the pandemic. “Young people and kids are more affected. They were used to spending most of their daytime outdoors, but now are forced to remain inside their homes. The youth is stressing about their professional career, and the children are not getting a chance to play and be with their friends. I teach them yoga and meditation as it helps to integrate mind, body and soul,” says Rajput, 40. Depending upon the need, she also holds motivational talks to help them avoid negative thoughts.
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