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Yoga Phenomenon - Getting the Most Out of Yoga

These days our health is more important to us than ever. We are starting to realize though, that traditional medicine may not be the end-all answer. Many people are using Yoga to enrich their lives in several ways. After a stressful day of work, many Yoga practitioners say that doing Yoga helps them relax better than anything else they may have tried in the past. Despite popular belief there is more to Yoga than complicated and painful poses. Yoga can help its practitioners enrich their lives in several ways.

Yoga, as we know it now, came from the Hindu religion. The Hindu traditional elements of moral principles, postures and poses, meditation, and even spiritual philosophies can be found in modern Yoga.

Practitioners of Yoga claim that its teachings have improved their overall health and an overall sense of well-being and mental clarity. Yoga's teachings can even be found in other cultures. The Hindu religion uses Yoga as a sort of physical conduit of god; where as traditional Buddhists use Yoga as a tool in reflective and insightful meditation exercises. While Yoga's influence has crossed borders and oceans, Yoga itself is not a religion. Its practices, techniques and even some common spiritual connections have been used in many religious groups. Regardless of beliefs, one statement that is agreed upon is that Yoga can and does help its parishioners master their mind, body, and emotions.

In the past, the original Yoga teachings were only taught to dedicated students and instructors. In recent years, the techniques and teachings of Yoga can be found as close as your nearest local gym, many of whom offer traditional Yoga classes.

Yoga has been found to be helpful in both physical and emotional stress. Its many benefits and the ease of its practice are the reason that the "Yoga phenomenon" has stepped out of new-age bookstores and into living rooms all over India.

Profile: - Dr. Annapoorna Bhat

Sampoorn Health Care - Mysore

Sampoorn Health Care is one of the most prominent Ayurvedic Health centre located in Sanjay Nagar Mysore. They offer traditional Ayurveda Treatments, Ayurvedic Doctor Consultation, Rejuvenation Therapies etc.. Having over 23 years of rich experience in ayurvedic research. Sampoorn Health Care, strive towards the ayurveda, yoga therapy, & pranic healing for achieving Perfect Health.

Dr.Annapoorna Bhat founder of Sampoorn Health Care graduated from S.D. M. College - Udupi in 1990 securing 2nd rank, and completed post graduation at ayurvedic degree college, Bengaluru. as a student she was very active and took part in many extracurricular activities. As aa ayurvedic consultant she has successfully treated a large number of cases.

Apart from ayurveda, she is also an yoga therapist who treated many cases through yoga therapy, Pranayama and Meditation and Relaxation. She is also well versed in pranic healing, crystal healing and pranic psychotherapy.

Dr.Annapoorna is an authorised ayurvedic consultant for ISRO - INDIAN SPACE RESEARCH ORGANISATION , Mysore since 15 years AND IISc- INDIAN INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE-Mysore since 10years. She is also a visiting professor at SRIRAGHAVANDRA AYURVEDA MEDICAL COLLEGE , CHITRADURGA

She can be contacted @ Ph:080-23419673, Mob: +91 98863 99730

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