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South Asians tend to view mental health as a sign of weakness or failure. Our community does not realize mental health is part of our overall well-being, much like physical health.
A few years ago when I was in India, I had the funniest experience in a yoga class. I was sitting there in a hot room (not because it was “hot” yoga–just because it was extremely hot in India) and the instructor, dressed in everyday clothes–not her “yoga attire” was teaching us how to do Mrigi Mudra (a cleansing breathe exercise).