Kaivalyadhama

Deep Relaxation through Meditation

By Dr. Sharadchandra Bhalekar 

1st to 7th September 2024
(Check-in: 1st September
Check-out: 8th September)

Now a days, stress and disturbed life styles are two main unavoidable factors which produces many disturbances in the body. Systems and vital organs lose their natural rhythm because of that the metabolic processes are also seriously disturbed. All these leads to chronic psychosomatic disorders like migraine, insomnia, tension headache, acidity, irritable bowel syndrome, indigestion, constipation, asthma, PCOD, allergies etc. Further these things also take the form of metabolic diseases like hypertension, diabetes, ischemic heart disease, autoimmune diseases and cancer also. 

Stressful conditions are unavoidable but one can learn to face the situation with peace and stability for which we need deep relaxation. If one learns to sustain the condition as much as possible, the above diseases are prevented and also managed skillfully. Yogic practices of meditation definitely train the person how to get deep relaxation. 

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Our weekly workshop contains the proper practical experience of meditation and also the detail discussion about their mechanism, effects along with practical hints. The workshop will make the person able to achieve and sustain deep relaxed state of mind. This will help in building calm and cool yogic personality.  

Chronic diseases disturb and decrease the life. Let’s us learn to prevent them and make a life full of peace and enjoyment. 

Content of the Course

Physiology of meditation- Brain and neuroendocrine mechanism

Stress- Mechanism, complications and its management

Chronic diseases and its management

Hathayogic practices supportive to meditation

Meditation practices in Patanjali yoga and Tantra

Meditation practices in Buddhism and Jainism

Date: 1st to 7th September 2024
Day: Monday to Friday
5:30 am to 6:00 am Herbal Tea
6:30 am to 8:00 am Practical Session
7:00 am to 8:00 am Yoga Therapy Session
8:00 am to 8:30 am Breakfast
10:00 am to 11:30 am Lecture Session
12:00 pm to 1:00 pm Lunch
1:00 pm to 4:00 pm Optional Therapy/Personal Counselling
4:30 pm to 6:30 pm Practical Session
7:00 pm to 8:00 pm Dinner
Dr. Sharadchandra Bhalekar
Asst. Professor

Workshop Facilitator

Dr. Sharadchandra Bhalekar is an Ayurvedacharya and has done his masters in Counselling and Psychotherapy (M.S. con-psy). He is working as Asst. Professor at Gordhandas Seksaria College of Yoga & Cultural Synthesis, Kaivalyadhama, Lonavala.

Author of books, “Pranayama-mudra and meditation”, “Anatomy-Physiology of Yoga”, “Pranayama-Mudra- Meditation”, “Therapeutic applications of Hathayogic practices” and “the path of vipassana meditation”.

Dr. Sharadchandra Bhalekar has a unique blend of modern as well as traditional approaches to yoga in his teachings and writings. He has conducted profligate workshops at National and International conferences.

Registration

Regarding Registration and Booking –
Once the booking is done, please share the booking reference code at
onsiteworkshops@kdham.com to confirm your participation in the workshop.

Note: The fresh dates will be announced soon.

Please visit the link here for Room Details & Tariffs

Workshop Fees 

Rs. 12,000  per person
(Accommodation charges extra)

Please Note:

  • On registering to the workshop, you will receive the room payment link as per your choice of room and the payment link for the Workshop.
  • On confirmation to room payment and workshop payment your seat to the workshop will be reserved.

Query for this workshop? Please email us – onsiteworkshops@kdham.com

Cancellation and Refund Policy

Accommodation and meals

  • Cancellation application before 7 days  – refund of 75% of the amount paid. 
  • Cancellation application less than 7 days – no refund.
  • Please email cancellation requests to booking@kdham.com. Verbal cancellation requests are not accepted. 

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