Non-communicable diseases like cancer and diabetes kill over 40 million people each year, which is equivalent to 70% of all deaths globally. Eighty percent of these premature deaths occur in low-middle income group families and countries.
Kaivalyadhama has been conducting evidence based scientific research and programs which have helped ushering holistic improvement of health and psychological empowerment to people suffering from non-communicable diseases through yoga and allied therapy.
Great success rate of these programs over the years has led to more people approaching us for therapy and treatment, but we are unable to cater to over 75% of the people contacting us due to lack of infrastructure.
We thus urgently need a Holistic Care Centre for serving Cancer Survivors and people affected by Lifestyle conditions and are building “Project Anand” at our Lonavala campus for the same. We envisage to provide accommodation, treatment, and therapies asper the needs of Cancer Survivors and people affected by NCDs at this center.
Project Anand is a 31,000 sq. feet stay and research infrastructure coming up with following key highlights
- 30 new rooms offering clean, hygienic and comfortable accommodation
- A central space for Yoga and meditation ( Dhyan Mandir)
- Dinning space and Kitchen ( Tattva)
- Special treatment rooms for Therapies
- A library ( Atmamanthan)
- Large open space in sync with the nature for relaxation and healing