Yoga is a preventive and curative system of medicine and a widely used mind-body practice. The word yoga is derived from the Sanskrit word 'yuj' which means union.

                                      युज्यते अनेन इति योगः

                                                        Yujyate Anena iti yogah

That which unites the jivatma (individual soul) and paramatma (universal soul) is yoga.

In other words, yoga is a harmonious state of being one with the universe.


Yoga for Personality Development

Personality is defined as a deeply ingrained pattern of behavior that includes modes of perception, relating to and thinking about oneself and the surrounding environment.  Personality traits are normal, prominent aspects of personality.

In the ancient text of Taittareeya Upanishad, personality is said to be composed of five aspects. These are called the panca koshas or the yogic concept of personality.

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Yoga in Education

Education is the process of facilitating learning or the acquisition of knowledge, skills, values, beliefs and habits. The objective of yoga in education is to infuse the National Education Policy with positive and rewarding values.

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Yoga? Flex the mind; not only body!

“Doc… Every day I am practicing Yoga for half an hour as you advised. I have made quite a lot of progress in the Asana. In the beginning, it was difficult to bend forward. But now, I touch my forehead to knees in Padahastasana. However in B.P, Sugar levels there is not much difference to say!

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