Adelaide, Sydney and Paraparaumu (NZ)
26th March to 14th April 2014
Dr Ananda will be back in Australia and New Zealand in April 2014. Join us for a great time.
|Gitananda Yoga Australia and New Zealand|
|Tentative Tour Schedule|
|Ann-Maree Bukholt, New Zealand Organiser|
|Linda Burr -Adelaide organiser|
JIPMER Auditorium, Pondicherry-6
6.05pm, Sunday, December 29, 2013
Pancha Maha Bhuta- A dance drama by YOGNAT honoring the five great elements of our manifest universe. Lyrics, music and dance innovated by staff and students of YOGNAt under the direction of Ammaji and Dr Ananda.
Sri Kambaliswamy Madam, Thattanchavady, Pondicherry-9
5pm onwards, Monday, 16th December 2013
SAMADHI PURNIMA PUJA 2013
Celebrating the Maha Samadhi of Yogamaharishi Dr Swami Gitananda Giri Guru Maharaj on the Purnima in the Tamil month of Marghazhi
From 5 pm onwards, Monday 16th December 2013 at Sri Kambaliswamy Madam, Thattanchavady, Pondicherry-9
All are welcome to attend and receive the blessings of the great Gurus of this illustrious living Yoga tradition (Parampara)
|Gitananda Yoga parampara|
Sri Subhalakshmi Mahal, Muthialpet, Pondicherry-3
23 & 24th November 2013
28th Pondicherry State Yoga Sport Championship 2013 is being organised by the Pondicherry Yogasana Association on 23 & 24th November 2013 at Sri Subhalakshmi Mahal, Muthialpet, Pondicherry-3
|Pondicherry Yogasana Association|
MGMC & RI, Pillayarkuppam, Pondicherry.
Friday, 22 November 2013
Modern medical advancements provide the rationale for the integration of various traditional healing techniques including Yoga to promote healing, health, and longevity. It is imperative that advances in medicine include the wholistic approach of Yoga to face the current challenges in health care. The antiquity of Yoga must be united with the innovations of modern medicine to improve quality of life throughout the world. Lifestyle is the way people live and this has immense influence on the status of health or disease. Since one’s lifestyle is developed early in life, it is advisable to cultivate healthy lifestyle in early childhood. Many factors determine one’s lifestyle. Economic status determines incidence of under-nutrition in poor and obesity in the rich. Cultural values of the society dictate the dietary preferences in the population. Sedentary life is a major factor for coronary artery disease while personal habits like smoking and alcoholism determine the incidence of heart disease and cirrhosis of liver. Exercise, healthy diet and rest and relaxation are important components of lifestyle. Yoga is the most perfect lifestyle module as it is comprehensive and holistic in its nature. Yogic lifestyle including diet, attitudes and various techniques help strengthen and develop positive health thus enabling us to withstand stress better. This Yogic “health insurance” is achieved by normalizing the perception of stress, optimizing the reaction to it and by releasing the pent up stress effectively through various Yogic practices. Yoga is a wholistic and integral science of life dealing with physical, mental, emotional and spiritual health of the individual and society. This CME-cum-workshop aims to give participants an overview of the role Yoga can play in lifestyle disorders by inculcating a healthy lifestyle whose main components are: achar (healthy activities), vichar (right thoughts and right attitude towards life) , ahar (healthy, nourishing diet) and vihar (proper recreational activities to relax body and mind). To live a healthy life it is important to do healthy things and follow a healthy lifestyle. The modern world is facing a pandemic of lifestyle disorders that require changes to be made consciously by individuals themselves. This CME-cum-workshop will be beneficial for medical and paramedical professionals and students as well as Yoga practitioners and enthusiasts.
Registration: Rs 500 for delegates & Rs 300 for bonafide students
For more details: E-mail- email@example.com Tel: 0413-2615449-58 Ext: 317
|Mahatma Gandhi Medical College & Research Institute|
|Invite and tentative schedule|