Karuna Yoga Vidya Peetham Bangalore

Great advances in medical science over the past century have reduced the incidence of most of the physical diseases that have plagued humanity for centuries. Ever-better drugs and surgical techniques have led to the eradication of most infectious diseases and the control of many metabolic disorders. Soon even routine genetic interventions may be possible. But these techniques are less than effective against the new and ever-more-common causes of ill health-chronic stress and psychosomatic ailments.

Conventional medicine, by concentrating on a physical and mechanistic approach to healing, can do little to relieve conditions such as these, since they are caused more by lifestyle and attitudes than by physiological anomalies. The frenetic pace of modern life exposes many people to continuous, unrelieved stress. And if you are largely sedentary in your habits and overindulge in health-damaging substances and foods, your wellbeing and fitness will be further compromised. Eventually, stress may manifest itself in the form of physical disease or mental breakdown. Modern medicine has countered with symptom-suppressing treatments, which do little to tackle the root cause of the problem.

Yoga has a lot to offer as we approach the 21st century. It gives us the means to complement medical technology with a holistic system of healthcare that addresses the problems of the mind and spirit, as well as those of the body. Instead of trying to reduce the cause of disease to a single factor and to correct it using a specific cure, yoga aims to treat illness by improving health on all levels of our personality-physical, vital, mental, intellectual, and spiritual levels simultaneously and by restoring inner harmony. Yoga contains elements that address problems at every level-ASANAS that relax and tone your muscles and massage your internal organs, PRANAYAMA that slows breathing and regulates the flow of PRANA, relaxation, and meditation that act to calm your mind, and emotional culture to heal your spirit. For just negative influences spread disruption, positive action has repercussions as well. The different types of yoga practice augment each other and are more effective when done together. When you do the ASANAS and stretch your muscles, muscular tension is released and you are more able to relax. Likewise, when you relax the mind and release suppressed emotions you tend to become less tense on a physical level. Every element of yoga brings benefits throughout and also acts to amplify the effect of the other types of practices.

Therefore yoga therapy helps – both as a preventive and as a curative. Daily practice of a complete yoga session can restore your natural balance and harmony, bringing positive good health to all parts of your life – physical, mental, and spiritual.

Karuna Yoga provides the following yoga therapy services:

1) Yoga Therapy for Metabolic Disorders

i) Yoga for Diabetes

ii) Yoga for Over Weight

iii) Yoga for Under Weight

iv)Yoga for Hypothyroidism

v) Yoga for Hyperthyroidism

2) Yoga Therapy for Cardiovascular Disorders

i) Yoga for High Blood Pressure

i) Yoga for Low Blood Pressure

iii) Yoga for Heart Disease

iv) Yoga for Cholesterol

v) Yoga for Varicose Veins

3) Yoga Therapy for Respiratory Disorders

i) Yoga for Bronchial Asthma

ii) Yoga for Colds and Sinusitis

iii)Yoga for Nasal Allergy

iv) Yoga for Chronic Lung Disease

4) Yoga Therapy for Musculoskeletal Disorders

i) Yoga for Low Back Pain or Lumbago

ii) Yoga for Middle Back Pain

iii) Yoga for Upper Back Pain

iv) Yoga for Slip Disc or Prolapsed Disc

v) Yoga for Disc Herniation

vi) Yoga for Sciatica

vii)Yoga for Spondylolisthesis

viii) Yoga for Lumbar Spondylosis

ix) Yoga for Spinal Stenosis

x) Yoga for Degenerative Disc disease

xi)Yoga for Scoliosis

xii) Yoga for Disc Compression

xiii) Yoga for Ankylosing Spondylitis

xiv) Yoga Cervical Spondylosis

xv) Yoga for Neck pain

xvi) Yoga for Osteo Arthritis (OA)

xvi) Yoga for Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA)

xvii) Yoga for Shoulder pain

xviii) Yoga for Knee Pain

xix) Yoga for coccygeal pain

xx) Yoga for Osteoporosis

xxi) Yoga for Carpel Tunnel Syndrome (CTS)

xxii) Yoga for Repetitive Stress Injuries (RSI)

xxiii) Yoa for Computer Vision Syndrome (CVS)

xxiv) Yoga for Lumbar Lordosis

xxv) Yoga for Kyphosis

xxvi) Yoga for Fibromyalgia

xxxvii) Yoga for CaudaEquina Syndrome

5) Yoga Therapy for Psychological Disorders

i) Yoga for Anxiety

ii) Yoga for Depression

iii) Yoga for Anger Management

iv) Yoga for Addiction

v) Yoga for Insomnia/Sleeplessness

6) Yoga Therapy for Digestive Disorders

i) Yoga for Hyperacidity

ii) Yoga for Gastritis

iii) Yoga for Constipation

iv) Yoga for Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)

vi) Yoga for Ulcerative Colitis

viii) Yoga for Piles/Haemorrhoids

7)Yoga Therapy for Reproductive Disorders

i)Yoga for Menstrual Disorders

ii)Yoga for Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS)

iii)Yoga for Menopausal Syndrome

iii) Yoga for PCOD/PCOS

iv)Yoga for Prostrate

8) Yoga for Nervous Disorders

i)Yoga for Headache

ii)Yoga for Migraine

iii)Yoga for Epilepsy

iv)Yoga for Multiple Sclerosis (MS)

v) Yoga for Vertigo

vi) Yoga for Paralysis

vii) Yoga for Parkinson’s Disease

viii) Yoga for GB Syndrome

ix) Yoga for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS)

x) Yoga for Cramps

Are the Karuna Yoga trainers qualified and experienced?

Yes, Karuna Yoga trainers are well-qualified and experienced professionals dedicated to the cause of yoga.

For booking and more details, please write to: karunaayoga@gmail.com or +91 9686549129