One of the instructors at the event, Judit Varga said they chose the Freedom bridge because a special location has a special vibe, said a media report. One of the participants said the view was an added attraction while they performed Yoga.
Practising Yoga regularly has known to be beneficial not just for the body, but calm the mind as well. Yoga increases flexibility, helps in weight management, improves athletic performance and increases cardio and circulatory health, among other many benefits. With hundreds of people pouring in to perform Yoga and be part of this awareness and promotion drive, the Freedom bridge came to life, brimming with positivity and became a spectacular sight worth watching. Maybe, on the next International Yoga Day, Budapest will have more people taking part in embracing this ancient practice.