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WHO launches free Yoga app

WHO has launched mYoga – a yoga app to help people stay active and healthy. The app is safe and secure and does not collect any data from users.

The app contains a collection of videos and audio files to teach and accompany yoga practice and is an easy-to-use and free tool for both people who are trying yoga for the first time or those who already practice yoga regularly. No special equipment is needed, and users can learn or practice for between 3 to 45 minutes, so even busy people can use it to get active. Consider taking a break from your computer, especially if you are working from home, and do a little yoga! 

It is available for free download on Android devices, and  Apple devices

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