A study of secondary school Student’s Attitude towards Yoga
Author(s): Sushant Padha, Dr. Manoj Kumar Pathak
Abstract: Yoga attitude refers to a range of psychological perception that people can have towards yoga. It refers the benefits of yoga to harmonious well-being of body, mind and spirit in people. As yoga typically has the method for making a dynamic body, enriching the mind, and elevating the spirit. Keeping in view, present study was intended to explore the attitude of secondary school students towards yoga. The total sample for the present study consists of 60 male and female secondary school students with due representation of gender. Whole data was collected from Higher Secondary School of educational zone Ghagwal of District Samba with the help of random sampling technique. Yoga Attitude Scale (YAS– M)developed byMahesh Kumar Muchhal was used for data collection. The data was subjected to statistical treatment by using Mean, SD, Frequency distribute, percentage and independent ‘t’ test. The results of the study indicate that there is significant impact of gender on attitude towards yoga. Male secondary school students were seen with more favourable attitude towards yoga as compared to female secondary school students.