DE-STRESS THROUGH YOGA
Yoga is an ancient heritage of India. Yoga is a holistic health care system, known for prevention of disease, and promotion of health with therapeutic potential. Yoga mainly emphasizes the mind remaining calm. Yoga is not just asanas (Postures), it also consists of breathing exercises (Pranayamas), relaxation techniques, Meditation, Yogic diet and Yogic counselling derived from traditional Yoga texts. Yoga therapy can play a prominent role in the management of many psychosomatic/chronic medical conditions such as obesity, hypertension, anxiety, depression, back pain, migraine, epilepsy, bronchial asthma, dyslipidemia, diabetes mellitus and others.
With its multifold advantages it is becoming a part of education. Scientific research across the globe has validated the potential of yoga in lowering exam and other forms of stress and improving co-ordination, flexibility, concentration, memory, sleep quality and appetite among students. Hence, Yoga will be useful for students and faculties to improve their academic performance by improving their cognition and general well being.
Aims and Objectives of the program
- To improve their academic performance, work performance and general well-being.
- To introduce basic principles and practices of yoga science to the students/faculties/members to make them aware fundamentals of the yoga for inculcating yoga in their daily life.
To integrate the system of yoga with sports in the mainstream healthcare delivery system.
Dress code and Yoga mat: TShirt/Track pant and students and members has to carry Yoga Mats
Medium of Instruction: English
Participation Certificate: Successful (80% of attendance is compulsory) candidates will be issued a Participation Certificate.
|Introduction of Yoga & Yoga Practices
Sukshma vyayama, Cultural asanas and relaxation technique
|Mental health and Yoga
Yogic Suryanamaskar +Cultuaral asanas + Meditative poses + Relaxation asanas + Pranayama/kriya
||Introduction to yoga therapy
||Yogic Suryanamaskar + Cultural asanas + Pranayama + Relaxation technique
||Yoga and Musculo skeletal disorders/sports injuries
Eye exercises and Jyothir Trataka (Kriya) + Meditation technique (OM) + Revision of all practices