SMET (Self-Management of Excessive Tension) will train the practitioner systematically in Stress Management techniques. This practice integrates various important aspects of Yoga-Asanas (postures), Pranayama (breathing techniques), Meditation (Cyclic Meditation), and the essence of Yogic Literature and Philosophy into a holistic composite, thus enabling the practitioner to understand and apply the knowledge of Yoga in its entirety. The program is truly insightful and empowering, designed not only to impart techniques of teaching Stress Management but also to facilitate learner to begin his or her own journey of self-awareness and development in corporate world.
The objective of practising SMET is to bring forth the holistic vision and spiritual lore of Yoga into one’s life. The result would be a positive physical health, mental strength, peace, harmony leading to efficiency and growth. It aims to help solve problems of modern society and build ideal social orders.
This program aims to share yoga techniques for successful management of personal and work-related stress. Professionals will learn a multi-dimensional approach to manage stress at the physical, mental, emotional and intellectual levels. SMET (Self-Management for Excessive Tension) is based on scientifically proven yogic techniques which will allow the practitioner to calm down the mind, take it to a heightened state of awareness and concentration. It teaches to manage your Stress by attending Self-Management of Excessive Tension. One can get rid of sleepless nights and endless thoughts by practicing Cyclic Meditation.
Cyclic Meditation is a simple and effective technique to relieve stress and induce deep sleep and relaxation. It is based on the principle of stimulation and relaxation. There are proven results that, CM can reduce the number of hours needed in order to feel rejuvenated.
If the mind is dull, wake it up”, “If the mind is over-active, allow it to get calm”, “And when it is balanced, allow it to remain that way”
• Higher staff morale
• Reduced absenteeism
• Reduced workers compensation claim
• Reduced staff turnover
• Employees with better mental focus
• Better inter-staff relations
• Better customer service
• Higher productivity