Yoga for Enhancing Mind-Body Interaction and Beauty
It is quite unique to see someone smiling in the midst of a war.
Who do you think can laugh?
The one who knows the truth of the universe and that nothing is permanent here, only can laugh.
– Translation of Bhagwatgita 2.10
Since birth, the body has been collecting toxins and clearing them as well (cycle of production followed by cleansing). But over a period of time, as the body is aging, the balance in this process gets disturbed. Therefore the organs, skin and bones start wearing down.
Good health depends on proper and purified blood circulation to the tissues and cells. If the right kind of fuel is consumed (food) and Yogic practices are performed daily, then surely it enhance the body, brain and beauty.
The first impression is the last impression and one of the most common expectations or desires that we all have is how we can enhance our body, brain and beauty to ensure that the first impression is one that is lasting. Through this workshop, we will be covering exactly that. How you can enhance your Body, Brain and Beauty through Yoga.
Yoga practices help in balancing and enhancing the detox process and maintaining a youthful look, plus having better functions of the body. Over centuries, it has been known that everyone wants to have a fitter body, smarter brain and better beauty inside and outside.
Kaivalyadhama has been a pioneer in research in this field as a result of which it is proven that Yoga is truly a wonderful way of life. The benefits of Yoga are only really felt when one has adopted Yoga as a daily lifestyle.
He who is temperate in his habits of eating, sleeping, working and recreation can mitigate all material pains by practising the yoga system.
– Translation of Bhagwatgita 6.17
About the Facilitator:
Shri. Ravi Dixit has a vast experience of over 40 years in the field of Yoga. He has toured and travelled across India and abroad in countries such as the USA, Canada, and Indonesia to name a few. He is currently serving as the Joint Director of Kaivalyadhama Mumbai (ICYHC Kaivalyadhama Trust).
He is the Hon. Therapist to the Governor of Maharashtra. In 2013, he was also appointed as a Special Executive Officer by the Govt. of Maharashtra. He has been teaching high profile personalities of India.
He is an advocate of leading a happy, healthy, and wealthy life with Yogic Joy. His mantra in life is to smile, breathe slow, deep and long and always look at life in a positive and joyous way. Participants/ students liked his way of teaching which is simple, effective and easy to implement.
Dates: 14th & 15th October 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
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?
- Pen and paper
- Yoga mat
- 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.
Zoom app downloaded on your tab, smartphone or PC / Laptop with internet connection.
Following are 3 options; you can choose any one of them to participate in this Workshop
Date and Timings
Dates: 14th & 15th October 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
Please pay and book your spot through the link above. We will send you email instructions with credentials post registration.
Query for this workshop? Please email us – firstname.lastname@example.org