It is from the Sanskrit root yuj, which means “to combine” or “to connect,” that the term “Yoga” is derived. This may be seen as the synthesis of one’s physical, mental, and spiritual selves, and it serves as a goal and a method in many literary works. To achieve this “unity of personality” yoga is the pinnacle practice. Yoga’s many methods for cultivating this unity include a wide range of practices and techniques. The term “Yoga” is used interchangeably to describe both the practices and procedures described in yogic literature and the literature itself. Because its idea of health has been studied and presented scientifically. As a way of life, yoga may help us stay physically and mentally fit. If yoga were taught in schools, it would encourage students to adopt a more balanced and healthy lifestyle. So, yoga’s purpose in the classroom is to promote a healthy way of life that benefits students’ bodies, minds, and spirits. The physical benefits of yoga include increased strength, stamina, endurance, and vigor. When one’s inner and exterior worlds are in harmony, it’s easier to focus, relax, and be satisfied. This book is devoted to yoga and the positive effects it may have on one’s health.