The AAFT School of Health and Wellness, in association with the International Chamber of Media and Entertainment Industry (ICMEI), celebrated International No Diet Day on May 6th. This day is celebrated annually to promote body positivity, self-acceptance, and the acceptance of all body shapes and sizes. The event was aimed at raising awareness about the dangers of dieting and encouraging people to take a break from dieting to focus on their overall health and wellbeing.
Dr. Sandeep Marwah, the founder of AAFT, spoke to the students about the importance of body positivity and self-acceptance. He emphasized the need to focus on one’s overall health and wellbeing rather than obsessing over weight loss and dieting. He encouraged the students to embrace their bodies and to love themselves for who they are, regardless of their shape or size.
Following Dr. Marwah’s address, the students participated in a yoga session aimed at promoting mindfulness, relaxation, and overall wellness. Yoga is a great way to relieve stress and anxiety, improve flexibility and balance, and promote overall physical and mental health. The session was led by experienced yoga instructors who guided the students through various postures and breathing techniques.
The celebration of International No Diet Day by the AAFT School of Health and Wellness was a testament to the institution’s commitment to promoting a healthy and positive body image. The event was aimed at raising awareness about the dangers of dieting and encouraging people to focus on their overall health and wellbeing. Through events like these, AAFT is helping to create a more positive and inclusive environment where people can feel accepted and appreciated for who they are.