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01.01.17

Research: Yoga for prevention of back pain

Khatu Pranam - Yoga Exercise Sequence - Effective in Prevention of Back Pain in Nurses

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International Conference of Yoga for Holistic Health, 21-22 June 2015, in New Delhi, India.

17.08.15

An interview with Dr. Dejan Dinevski Dayalpuri

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A belief that others are worse than we are or that they threaten us is an inner illusion which creates tension within ourselves and in our relationships. 

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26.04.15

Help and Prevention for stress in school by YIDL

Mrigasana - The Deer 600

Jubilee Project "YIDL in medical care"
- The work with YIDL for children, students and teachers : Stress in school – YIDL helps !
- The EXPERIENCES with YIDL – the feedback of children, students and teachers
- Help and prevention for "Stress in School" by YIDL
- The work with YIDL for children, students and teachers: Sress in school – YIDL helps!
- The experiences with YIDL – statistical evaluation of the feedback of children, students and teachers
- A future vision

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13.11.14

Khatu Pranam – Yoga Exercise

Khatu Pranam

Khatu Pranam – Yoga Exercise Sequence Effective in Prevention of Back Pain in Nurses
R. Bednár
Department of Physiatry, Balneology and Therapeutic Rehabilitation /FBLR/ of the F.D. Roosevelt University Hospital /FNsP/, Banská Bystrica, Head Physician Gabriela Majeríková, M.D.
Trnava University, Faculty of Health and Social Work, Department of Nursing, Trnava, Head of Department Associate Prof. PhDr. Botíková, Ph.D.

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20.06.10

Health is not everything, but everything is nothing without health!

Mantra TRANSLATED FROM: PRIMORSKE NOVICE, NOVA GORICA, SLOVENIA 19.6.2010

“Health is not everything, but everything is nothing without health!” With this thought, attributed to a Western scientist, the Indian spiritual master and author of the system “Yoga in Daily Life”, His Holiness Vishwaguru Mahamandaleshwar Paramhans Swami Maheshwaranda, simply called “Swamiji” by his disciples, opened his lecture on Wednesday in a completely sold-out Slovene National Theater in Nova Gorica.

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21.12.04

Expert - View The System "Yoga in Daily Life" against Back Pain - Part 3 – The Lumbar Spine and the Sacrum

YIDL_in_Physiotherapy Yoga Against Back Pain is the result of the cooperation between a yogi, Paramhans Swami Maheshwarananda, and allopathic doctors and physiotherapists, sharing experiences from their many years of work in this field. Out of this exchange, a valuable synthesis of eastern and western science has emerged. Read more...
26.01.04

Expert - View The System "Yoga in Daily Life" against Back Pain - Part 2 – The Thoracic Spine

Vitality_and_Health_into_Old_Age_with_Yoga_in_Daily_Life Yoga Against Back Pain is the result of the cooperation between a yogi, Paramhans Swami Maheshwarananda, and allopathic doctors and physiotherapists, sharing experiences from their many years of work in this field. Out of this exchange, a valuable synthesis of eastern and western science has emerged. Read more...
16.10.03

Expert - View The System "Yoga in Daily Life" against Back Pain - Part 1 – The Cervical Spine

YIDL_in_Rehabilitation_and_the_Prevention _of_Illness Yoga Against Back Pain is the result of the cooperation between a yogi, Paramhans Swami Maheshwarananda, and allopathic doctors and physiotherapists, sharing experiences from their many years of work in this field. Out of this exchange, a valuable synthesis of eastern and western science has emerged. It is advisable to practise the complete programme of Yoga Against Back Pain to gain the full holistic benefits of yoga. But if you feel pain or stiffness in a specific part of the spinal column, you can add the appropriate exercises to your daily practice and this will certainly have a beneficial effect on the problem area of your spine. Read more...
16.07.03

Expert - View Pranayama (breathing exercises) in Light of Contemporary Science

Med_1_250pxSlowly the modern Western and ancient Yogic sciences seem to meet in mutual discoveries. Many of these discoveries were made some thousands of years ago and are being rediscovered in the present time. From all the ancient and current knowledge we can say that breathing is not given to us for mere survival. Through various breathing exercises performed correctly we can explore and unveil in completeness, the possibilities that our body offers. We can influence the functioning of the brain, conserve body energy, adapt to various external difficulties such as cold and heat, and efficiently regulate our metabolism according to current needs. And, most importantly, we can proceed with our quest for realisation. Read more...
14.05.03

Expert - View The System "Yoga in Daily Life" as Therapy

neti Characteristics of practising Yoga postures are: conscious directing of the attention to the movement or posture and the ensuing reactions in the body, balanced change between phases of tension and relaxation, performance of the exercises in coordination with the breath, slow performance of the exercises and resting after certain positions, regular change from bending, stretching and twisting movements, as well as strengthening and stretching exercises, most postures involve the whole body in the movement. Having these characteristics, the Yoga postures demonstrate a broad and holistic spectrum of efficiency on the physical as well as psychological plane that can be effectively used for a variety of therapeutic purposes. Read more...