Shamita Kumari, a 29-year-old resident of Dhanbad, Jharkhand, recently had her name added to the list of “Guinness World Records.” Shamita holds the Guinness World Record for maintaining the centre split pose for the longest. Shamita actually remained in the yoga pose of the centre split for 3 hours, 10 minutes, and 12 seconds. The Taj Skyline in Ahmedabad hosted this Guinness World Records event on December 17, 2022. Samita received word via phone on December 28 that she had been awarded the Guinness World Record title.
For the past three years, Shamita Kumari has held the position of yoga instructor at the Adani Group’s Ahmedabad Corporate House. 2014 marked Shamita’s beginning of yoga. completed a one-year diploma at the Delhi-based Morarji Desai National Institute of Yoga. H next step was to complete a Master’s degree in yoga at Dev Sanskriti Vishwavidyalaya. This college is located in Uttarakhand. Shamita began getting ready for this occasion in the year 2022. The digital certificate is already provided to Shamita Kumari. As of now, for obtaining the original certificate will take 3 to 5 weeks.
Center Split Pose Benefits
This asana helps to build muscle strength. Your body becomes more flexible as a result.
This pose strengthens the spinal cord.
This pose helps to strengthen the lower portion of the waist.
It aids in easing neck discomfort. This pose aids in easing the body’s stiffness.
This pose relieves stress from the body. additionally keeps one’s physical balance.
Useful in combating depression is this pose. This asana helps to strengthen the thighs and butts.
Neck pain is a common complaint. This pose aids in relieving the pain in such a situation.
The stiffness of the body often bothers women. This pose assists in reducing stiffness in such a circumstance. To maintain ones health, they have to practise these yoga poses frequently.