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Going beyond cancer

In just few days time 33-year-old Bhoomika is all set to receive her certification in yoga from the prestigious Kaivalyadhama Yoga Research and Training Institute at Lonavala. For a woman diagnosed with triple negative breast cancer just a few years ago, this is indeed a big achievement.  As she dwells upon her journey, she thanks

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Mastering the Vital Force

Kaivalyadhama Ashram launches three year TTC in Pranayama Yathā siṃho ghajo vyāghro bhavedvaśyaḥ śanaiḥ śanaiḥ | tathaiva sevito vāyuranyathā hanti sādhakam || 15 || Just as lions, elephants and tigers are controlled by and by, so the breath is controlled by slow degrees, otherwise (i.e., by being hasty or using too much force) it kills

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Yoga for Special Children

Kaivalyadhama is striving to bring qualitative change in the lives of intellectually disabled children There was a time when Vasudha (name changed), mother of Atharva (name changed) and his teacher’s struggled to make him sit in one place for more than 5 minutes. Today, Atharva calmly sits in one place for good 10 minutes! Asmita

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Taking Yoga to the Grassroots

Kaivalyadham has been disseminating Yoga training to Navodaya Vidyalayas for over two decades now… Yashobanta Singh’s eyes widen at the rope mallakhamb feat he is watching in front of his eyes. As a passionate Physical Education Teacher of Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya (JNV), Imphal, Manipur. He is in awe with the generous exposures to yoga and

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The Spirit of Kaivalyadhama

by Laura Tolbanos (Spain) I had read about Kaivalyadhama while doing the research project in psychology, which I have been developing over the last four years. I have been working as a psychologist and a yoga teacher in Spain for 11 years now. In my opinion, there is no deeper psychological therapy than yoga practice.  

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About Harry

Harry came to us 2 days before opening of the program, referred by my friend, a medical doctor. A quiet man from Canada with stage four lymphoma, just finished chemotherapy and radiation 2 months ago, which proved unsuccessful.  Although he was in constant pain (for which he had morphine) he was determined to attend as

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