Treatment-oriented Yoga Therapy

– A workshop for yoga professionals (teachers/therapists)

- Learn about indications, contraindications and limitations of yoga pertaining to different diseases/disorders.

24th - 29th February, 2020

Treating non-communicable disorders have become a daunting challenge for the modern allopathic science. Modern Allopathy has divided the human being in multiple pieces with each piece being treated by separate specialists, without knowing what is happening with the other piece(s). Yoga has a holistic approach to human life & living. If practiced properly yoga can set right the biological clock of our body, endowing us with a sound health. If at all, something wrong happens one can always add some appropriate specific Yoga practices with advantage.

In this workshop, we will communicate the salient features of basic anatomy and physiology of the human body that a Yoga therapist should know.  We will also explain what anatomical and physiological changes occur in our body due to practice of different Yogic practices, so as to help the teachers to treat such disorders/diseases.

We will also discuss basic principles in treating patients with Yoga. We will study different diseases system wise so as to perceive what part of the body is affected in a given disorder. We will also take into account as to what are the symptoms of the disorders, usual investigations done, what is the allopathic treatment and also if we can give certain appropriately specific disease wise Yogic practices to these patient.

It is our prime duty to make you understand the principles of Yoga as Therapy and its limitations, so as to know the objective nature of yoga. 

Benefits of this workshop

  • Learning Human Anatomy and Physiology.
  • Scientific view of Yoga.
  • Different diseases, their symptoms, investigations and treatment.
  • Indications, contraindications and limitations of Yoga in each disease.
  • Correct yogic practices from a patient’s perspective
  • Requisite material given.

Conducted by

Dr. Satish D. Pathak

Dr. Pathak is a surgeon by profession, retired as head of the department of Surgery from a 500 bedded Govt hospital in Mumbai. He has passed HathaYoga Praman patra pariksha with flying colors from Shree Ambika Yoga Kutir, under the guidance of Rev. Hathayogi Nikam Guruji. Currently, he is the Asst. Director of Scientific Research  at Kaivalyadhama and is also engaged as an Associate Professor. He is teaching yoga for last 23 years. He has designed a slide show in which he explains, with the help of human anatomical slides, as to what anatomical and physiological changes occur in our body as a result of practicing different yogic techniques, so that one does not suffer from any disease. He has delivered 1000 plus such lectures till date, all over India, Mauritious, Dubai and U.S.A. He is visiting Faculty to Sanchi University (M. P.), Karnataka University and Mumbai University.

Daily Schedule

7: 00 a.m. to 9: 00 a.m. – Yogic practices
9: 00 a.m. to 10: 00 a.m. – Breakfast
10: 30 a.m. to 12: 00 noon – Theory lecture
12: 00 noon to 1: 00 p.m. – Lunch
1:00 p.m. to 3: 00 p.m. – Personalized Guidance
3: 00 p.m. to 4.30 p.m. – Theory lecture
4: 30 p.m. – Tea break
5: 00 p.m. to 5.30 p.m. -Visit to Library, Utppati center
5.30 PM to 7.30 p.m. – Yogic practices
8: 00 p.m. -Dinner

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Theory lecture topics:

Morning:

First 2 days – Human anatomy and physiology.
Next 1 days – Scientific view of Yoga
Next 1 day – Basic General principles of Yoga as Therapy
Next 1 day – Yoga in Cardiovascular disorders
Next 1 day – Yoga in Excretory, Endocrine disease, CNS,

Evening:

First 2 days – Human anatomy and physiology.
Next 1 day – Scientific view of Yoga
Next 1 day – Yoga in Respiratory disorders
Next 1 day – Yoga in Digestive, liver, Gall bladder diseases
Next 1 day -Yoga for Orthopedics, Reproductive diseases and other
systems

Registration

(We are full up, so there is no in-campus accommodation available)

Nearby hotel references for accommodation:
Hotel City Palace: +91 9623150220