ENLIGHTEN UP! - A yoga documentary a yogi need to watch
Today, I would like to recommend a documentary about Yoga. Girls who like yoga may also like it. Without further ado, let’s introduce it now.
Yoga is a spiritual practice that originated in the Indian religion and has a history of more than 5,000 years. It has a long history and has undergone several changes in the process of development, resulting in many different genres and types. The most significant thing about modern yoga is that Swami Vivekananda, the founder of Vedanto social theory in the 19th century, introduced yoga to the United States. He believes that the rich philosophy and spiritual power contained in yoga can help the materialistic and intoxicated society in the United States return to nature of nature. When yoga took root in the United States, it began to become a completely different relationship between pure sports activities and religion.
In addition, yoga is also regarded as a means of self-cultivation and auxiliary medical care. Over the years, yoga has become more and more popular in Europe and the United States. Many people practice yoga in their spare time as a way to relax, calm down, and indulge in it.
This yoga-themed film tells the story of a New York journalist named Nick Rosen, from rejecting yoga, and doubting yoga to eventually being conquered by yoga.
The director of the film, Kate Churchill, is a loyal advocate of yoga. In addition to her persistent practice, Kate Churchill wants more people to participate in yoga. So he made the film. The film records the gradual transformation of Nick, who is skeptical of yoga, into a yoga practitioner. Among them, it also contains a lot of introductions and explanations about yoga.
As a screen artwork, the film also has the dramatic effect it deserves, especially when Kate Churchill's plan is about to go bankrupt and Nick is about to give up halfway. Of course, all this turned back to the track designed by Kate Churchill, and finally, the merits were completed.
Through this film, Kate Churchill tries to tell people that anyone can be changed by yoga.
I hope you will love yoga more after watching this documentary. It is like a tool that allows you to self-transform, bringing out all the problems so that you can't escape.