Ayurveda and Yoga for Cardiac Care
Does level of stress/anxiety increasing risk of heart complications?
How eating habits cause heart symptoms?
What is cholesterol level and how does this affect heart?
How does family history affect heart health?
Heart disease—and the conditions that lead to it—can happen at any age. We have been noticing a many people are at the risk and having a heart disease. According to WHO survey Cardiovascular Diseases (CVDs) are the leading cause of death globally, taking an estimated 17.9 million lives each year. More than four out of five CVD deaths are due to heart attacks and strokes, and one third of these deaths occur prematurely in people under 70 years of age.
Ayurveda aims at preservation and promotion of heath, and prevention and cure of diseases. Ayurveda and Yoga form a complete approach for optimal health, vitality and higher awareness. Yoga and Ayurveda are two inter related. They have their unique place and function. Yoga and Ayurveda can address specific therapies and advice to maintain health and well-being in our day-to-day life. With the practice of Yoga and Ayurveda by bring change in your life style. You can lower your risk of heart disease.
Include Yoga Asana, Pranayama and meditation into your daily routine, it will add up keeping your heart healthy. Yoga practice will enhance your physical health and its effect will take care of your mental well-being, which will contribute to a healthier heart.
Outline of the Workshop
About the Facilitator
Yogacharya Neeraj Singh is a senior yoga teacher at Kaivalyadhama Yoga Institute, Lonavla. He has been teaching Yoga and offering expert yogic counseling at Kaivalyadhama for many years; with his guidance, many people have benefited. He was the personal assistant and demonstrator of Dr. O. P. Tiwari on various workshops. Yogacharya Neeraj has been holding a Sunday Asana class on online workshop medium since 2020 with Kaivalyadhama, along with the collaboration of Yoga & Wellness Chandra, Japan (with a consecutive interpretation into Japanese by Dr. Motoko Saito who is a founder of Yoga & Wellness Chandra, Japan) and it has been a huge success. Yogacharya Neeraj has a deep knowledge of traditional Yoga.
Dr. Sajith Pillai is an experienced Ayurvedic Physician. He is an Ayurvedic consultant in Kaivalyadhama since 2018. Dr. Sajith is specialized in Kerela Ayurveda Panchakarma treatment and classical Ayurvedic medicine. He is an enthusiastic person, who is spreading awareness of his Ayurveda knowledge from his YouTube channel.
Dates: 2nd and 3rd September 2022
Time: 16:30 to 18:40 IST (with 10 minutes pause)
16:30 to 17:20
Lecture on the subject matter
17:20 to 17:30
Questions and Answer on the topic
17:30 to 17:40
17:40 to 18:30
18:30 to 18:40
Question and answer and concluding remark
Who can attend?
- For attending this workshop, no experience of yoga is necessary.
- If you cannot attend live recordings do not worry, you can always take recordings and practice. You can also send your queries to us via email so we facilitator can answer it.
What to bring?
- Yoga mat and water bottle.
- Recordings will be available for 10 days post workshop.
- Please be mindful that recording/s are being shared in good faith to support you in your practices or study.
- Kindly honor its intellectual property rights by not downloading it on your device or forwarding it to any other person.
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Following are 3 options; you can choose any one of them to participate in this Workshop
Date and Timings
Dates: 2nd and 3rd September 2022
Time: 16:30 to 18:40(IST)
You may register by paying either Basic/Support/Contribution Fees
2,100 /- INR
Your kind gesture will help us support poor patients, education for needy, gaushala, organic farming, herb plantation and yoga research at Kaivalyadhama.
No refund policy
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