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Yoga acknowledges that the goal of integration is not easy to achieve, there are
obstacles which are behavior and lifestyle-related, body-related, and mind related. The
practices of the ‘Ashtanga Yoga” are designed to diffuse these obstacles. Yoga also
recognizes that the body and mind are not different, they are the two sides of the same
coin. The body has an impact on the mind and the mind has an impact on the body.
Hence, yogic practices are psycho-physiological in nature. It has a message for the
human body, mind, and spirit.” Yoga recommends cultivating the correct psychological
attitudes by means of Yama’s and niyama’s, simply put, before you say something, do
something or behave in a certain way. Just think how you would feel if someone said,
does or behaves in the same way as you. This thinking would give one the right
perspective through which one could manage and cultivate positive psychological
attitudes. Traditional yoga is a way of doing asanas that ensures that the muscle tone of the entire body including the internal organs becomes optimal. This also ensures that the organs and different systems of the body, functions optimally and this according to the conventional medicine is the definition of health.

Adjunct Professor in Department of Yoga, Ayurveda and Naturopathy, Career Point University Hamirpur)
  • (National President – Ekal Yoga Arogya Yojna,PRO, Yoga & Cultural Programme – Ekal Vidyalaya
    (Bharat Lok Shiksha Parishad)
  • International Director – World Yoga Federation
  • General Secretary –
    Manav Kalyan Yog va Prakritik Chikitsa Avam Shiksha Sansthan (Regd.)
  • Founder Chairman – Prem
    Sukh International Charitable Trust (Regd.)
  • Founder G Secretary – International Sports Yoga Federation
  • World Ambassador – Yoga Alliance International
  • Executive G. Secretary – World Academy of
    Ayurveda ( Regd ),Research centre (Yog & Ayurveda) – Premadhar Research Inst.; Hospital, sector-24,
    Rohini, Delhi-110042.Adjunct