At a time when the world is fighting a battle against an unseen enemy known as COVID-19 virus, Yogini Hemlata Sharma, a young woman in Jaipur, is inspiring lakhs of people to imbibe yoga in their lives and with her undeterred efforts, she has made a place in World Book of Record London along with industrialist Ratan Tata and Bollywood star Amitabh Bachchan.
She is a living legend who recently created a world record on the occasion of International Yoga Day (celebrated on June 21) by practising yoga for 13 hours consistently without taking a single minute’s break.
Hemlata was felicitated with a Corona warrior certificate as her name appeared in the World Book of Record London’ 1001 Star 2020 Certificate list.
She was felicitated for her distinguished work for making people aware to take up Yoga during pandemic times and boost their immunity via online channels.
Going uninterrupted in her aim and goal, Hemlata has been going live on social media platforms since last four months and making people aware on Pranayam, Shudhikaran Kriya, Chakra vigyan, Naadi Vigyan, Yog Nidra and many more.
Meanwhile, Hemlata has many added many feathers to her cap. She earned the title of Mrs North India Universe in 2019 and is the first woman of Rajasthan to have earned the RYT 500 from Yoga Alliance US 2016 (500 hour yoga teacher training in India at The Yoga Institute (TYI) is Yoga Alliance (USA), and QCI (Quality Council India) approved. This teacher training programme is designed to strengthen your basic learning and Yoga practice and concepts.
Hemlata is managing director of Yogasthali Yoga Society and is founder and director of Amritam, the Yoga Resort, Jaipur. She also has the credit of being a meditation expert, motivational speaker, counsellor and has been addressing many national and international yoga sessions.
Her simple message for one and all is, “Sky is the limit, never doubt yourself, stay focused, never let anything slow or stop you from concurring your goals and making your dreams happen!”