Wellness Program develops a holistic approach towards good health which enhances mental and physical resilience.
What is Wellness?
Today, universally the term ‘wellness’ is understood to mean:
Thus, when one begins to apply the ‘wellness’ approach to one’s daily life, a whole host of possibilities open up. One gets more aware of the physical, emotional, intellectual & spiritual aspects impacting each other.
The Wellness Program is a structured program, designed to take you through the various effective and practical wellness practices available in modern day. The program rests on the three legs of Ayurveda, Yoga and Education.
Simple and practical aspects of Ayurveda, (translated as the science of life), are taught in the program. The timeless knowledge of this ancient Indian science prescribes cures as well as ways to stay healthy. These knowledge opens up new dimensions to live life naturally and with good health.
Yoga is not merely a set of exercises, it is an attitude that leads to balance. The program includes asanas, pranayamas (breathing exercises) and meditations which are very essential in balancing or harmonizing all aspects of our existence — the gross and the subtle body, and the mind.
Awareness through scientific education about different aspects of our life is the third emphasis. In this program, one will learn about the effects of food, understanding the nature of body and mind and discover a holistic way of living life suited to your unique personality type or Prakruti.
Benefits of Wellness Program
A ‘wellness’ approach is necessary in nearly every human endeavour. Below are some of the key benefits:
Pre requisites: None.
Type of Program: Both Residential and Non-residential.
Duration: 10-12 hours program (3 hours over 4 continues days)
Age: 18 and above
“Health is not a mere absence of disease. Health is being established in the Self. Health is the dynamic expression of life”
Gurudev Sri Sri Ravi Shankar
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