Yoga is an ancient system & self-development, which offers a holistic approach to man through its ideology and techniques. In this age of advanced technology, people have lost their ability to recognize sickness at its subtle level. We relate only to that specific organ or limb which has been affected rather than our total health.
Yoga makes us realize that disease affecting any specific part of our body is not really a disease confined only to that part but in fact, it is a manifestation of some disharmony in the body-mind complex of the whole personality. Neuro – muscular and neuro glandular systems get reconditioned enabling them to withstand greater stress and strain. It helps uneasy elimination of accumulated toxins without external aid, pressure or medication. Yoga promotes health; it is both preventive and remedial. A tremendous range of illness has been alleviated by the correct understanding and practice of Yoga.
Yoga Asanas (Physical Exercise)
It is a path to obtain physical perfection, perfect health and long life. It provides one of the finest systems of physical culture, through a system of static and controlled postures.
Pranayama (Science of Breath Control)
Pranayama develops a steady mind, strong will power and sound judgement. The purpose of pranayama is to make the respiratory system function at its best. This automatically improves the circulatory system, without which the processes of digestion and elimination would suffer, toxins would accumulate, diseases spread through the body and ill-health becomes habitual.
Dharana is concentration on a single point, or total attention on what one is doing, the mind remaining unmoved and unruffled. It stimulates the inner awareness to integrate the ever- flowing intelligence and releases all tensions. When it continues for a long time, it becomes MEDITATION (dhyana), an indescribable state that has to be experienced to be understood.
Yoga Kriyas – Shatkarmas (Cleansing Techniques)
Kriyas are a very important aspect of Hatha Yoga as they help to eliminate the accumulated toxins from the system. Kriyas clean the eyes, respiratory system, food pipes and tone up abdominal viscera and small intestines. They also build up resistance to diseases and sharpen the mind.
Chittashuddhi / Yoga Nidra (Relaxation Techniques)
Chittashuddhi is a special kind of relaxing technique for attaining peace, calm and joy without using any mantras. It is mainly an act of concentrating the mind by cutting oneself off from the external world completely.
Yoga Nidra is a powerful technique for relaxation. It is a systematic method of inducing complete physical, mental and emotional relaxation. It enables us to explore the deep realms of the subconscious mind, thereby releasing and relaxing the mental tensions and establishing harmony in all aspects.
Dr. Dhilip Kumar Ph.D, Dr. Sc.
Dr. Dhilip is a very experienced and qualified practitioner over the last 25 years. Dr. Dhilip runs a pain management and Yoga Therapy centre in Subang Jaya. He holds a Ph.D in Alternative and Complementary Medicine, Doctorate in Natural Science, Diploma in Yoga Teaching, Diploma in Massage Therapy, Diploma in Stress Management, Diploma in Reflexology, Diploma in Advanced Magnetic Therapy and Diploma in Applied Magnetic Therapy.
- Basic Course is 3 months which will be held once a week for 1 hours per session.
- Basic / Intermediate is 6 months which will be held once a week for 1 hours per session.
For our Yoga classes schedule please call us at 03-56367986 or 012-2873502.