Yoga for Psychosomatic Diseases

  • Asanas– Physically challenging asana practice helps in releasing endorphins and awaken the lethargy/Tamas that usually accompanies serious depression, asanas to soothe anxiety even during acute situations like panic attacks, also soothing and grounding asanas for trauma victims.
  • Pranayama-
  • Alternate nostril breathing exercise balances the brain and addresses emotional imbalances.
  • Kapalabhati helps to wake up dullness/tamas.
  • Full yogic breathing is clinically proven to stop panic attacks and calm the body and mind.
  • Brahmari– Activation of parasympathetic nervous system.
  • Yoga Nidra– in certain cases like schizophrenia, or any types hallucination/delusion, the yoga nidra practice must be approached from a different angle but it does help in any health condition by taking the consciousness to the mind so that the underlying causes of disease can be analyzed
  • Yogic Diet– proper diet plays an essential role in recovery from mental illness. The yogic diet is lacto vegetarian, clean, low in sugar and salt, simple, involves mindful eating (not just body consciousness). We favor organic ingredients and try to avoid highly processed foods. We are aware of the effect that these ingredients have not just on the body but on the mind and our mental & spiritual health.

The Year 2017 marked a new beginning in my life when i took an intensive 8-weeks Yoga Teachers Training Program at the Sivananda Ashram Grass Valley and there after envisioned this dream together of creating a pathway to preach authentic classical yogic knowledge – Omkar Yoga Studio.

Our teachings are based purely on the classical yoga sutras Eight-limbed path{Ashtanga Yoga): A safe and step by step approach to reach the goal of self-realization.

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