Traditional Yoga Meditation for Holistic Health
A workshop by Prof. R. S. Bhogal
25th – 31st August, 2019
1st – 8th December, 2019
Yogic tenets drawn from ancient Indian texts such as Patanjala Yoga Sutra, Hatha Pradipika and Simha Samhita lay the foundation to this unique workshop on meditation and healing. Under Prof. R S Bhogal’s guidance, participants will learn how to experience and achieve their individual meditative states in a gradual simple-to-complex progression.
This traditional method of learning and practising meditation towards holistic health has been in practice in India for thousands of years, healing people with chronic illnesses and psychosomatic disorders, relieving them from day-to-day pain and stress, and leading them towards a rejuvenated life filled with inner peace and harmony.
This workshop will be beneficial particularly for:
- Stress Management
- A sure way to help heal you out of chronic/ psychosomatic disorders
- Evolving one’s own pure Self towards deeper peace & harmony within
What Benefits You Will Accrue from this Meditation Workshop?
You will experience a holistic transformation in your life. You will understand that relief from specific physical and mental disorders – e.g. diabetes or depression, migraines or mood swings, tiredness or hypertension – can be achieved through meditation and a holistic approach to health. Moreover, you will be enriched by the knowledge that traditional meditation techniques are trusted, non-intrusive ways of healing one’s self.
Actual methods to be communicated and practiced during the workshop:
During the workshop, participants will learn the subtler aspects of breathing and how it is essential in achieving states of awareness, relaxation and physical, mental and emotional wellbeing.
They will discover how chanting specific mantras reaches the unconscious mind, opening up and activating energies which have the power to improve and transform lives.
Prof. R. S. BhogalProf. Bhogal is a post graduate in psychology. Also, he is qualified in the NET exam (Organizational Psychology) with 17 years of research experience and twenty years of teaching experience. He was also Managing Editor and Associate Editor of Yoga Mimamsa for 17 years. He is the author of i) Psychophysiology of Traditional Yoga (in Korean) ii) Yoga and Modern Psychology (in English and German) ii) Yoga and Mental Health and Beyond (English). Prof.R. S. Bhogal is credited with a large number of scientific papers and is a recipient of Shivram Apte award of the Fergusson College, Pune, and Bharat Jyoti award by IIFS, New Delhi. Seventeen years of research experience, twenty years of teaching experience and seventeen years as Managing Editor and Associate Editor of Yoga Mimamsa makes him a worthy speaker on Yoga Psychology in India and abroad. He is also a meditation expert with a calm poised temperament.
25th – 31st August 2019
1st – 8th December 2019
For Workshop Teaching – Rs. 7500
(payable at the time of online registration)
Accommodation and meals extra, payable upon arrival, as per prices indicated below.
- Standard Room with community bath (Rs. 8,000 per week)
- Standard Room with attached bath (Rs. 11,600 per week)
- Executive Room (Non-AC) – Rs. 12,800
- Executive Room (AC) – Rs. 14,000 + taxes
- Deluxe Room – Non-AC (Rs. 19,400 per week + taxes)
- Deluxe Room – AC (Rs. 21,600 per week + taxes)
- Standard Room with community bath (Rs. 13,200 per week)
- Standard Room with attached bath (Rs. 17,000 per week)
- Executive Room (Non-AC) – Rs. 18,200
- Executive Room (AC) – Rs. 20,400 + taxes
- Deluxe Room – Non-AC (Rs. 25,400 per week + taxes)
- Deluxe Room – AC (Rs. 27,600 per week + taxes)
Prices inclusive of meals.
Dhyana is the process of conscious and continual comprehension of an object of mind, culminating into a total psycho-physiological integration. Practice of Dhyana, thus, spells Health, Happiness and Harmony for its practitioner.
Practice of Dhyana spells Health, Happiness and Harmony for its practitioners.
Write to Us: Meditation Workshop
- Meditation and meditational techniques in the yogic system of practices are advanced practices and hence need to be done upon and after the introduction and familiarity with prior practices. (Yamas, Niyamas, Asanas and Pranayama)
- Shat Kriyas(Six Cleansing practices) are extremely essential and need to be practiced as per protocol.
- Appropriate diet needs to be followed as per yogic protocol.
- One needs to be able to sit comfortably (as per yogic protocol) for the duration of the practice.
- One needs to inform the instructor of any prescription medication that they are taking, especially anti-depressants and anti-anxiety.
- During the course and also as a part of personal practice, if one notices any feeling of discomfort, uneasiness, emotional extremes and emotional disturbances, they are advised to stop the practice immediately and seek professional counselling.
- The institute is not responsible for any health issues whatsoever, arising as a result of incorrect practices and failure to follow the above protocol.