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At the Shatavari Ayurveda Holistic Research Centre and Hospital, a combination of Ashtanga Marga practices is used to detoxify and harmonize the physical, pranic, and mental bodies. These practices include Samskarana, Samudhapana, Samaharana, Samarohana, Samprajarana, Samsidhi, and Samaswadanam. Through guided yoga sessions based on fundamental principles, spiritual awakening is achieved, and correct postures help develop awareness and focus on life's purpose. Patients with chronic psycho-somatic diseases benefit from principle-based yoga sessions as they energize their physical, mental, and pranic dimensions, making them receptive to Ayurveda treatments. More profound practices help individuals connect with themselves, establishing health connections with familial, social, and universal dimensions.


The yogic approach towards health, or the person suffering from a disease, differs significantly from medical science. The latter tries to isolate the pathogenic factor; a microorganism, a toxic substance, a metabolic disorder – and eliminate it. Of course, this principle is valuable, but it fails if the root cause is unknown. In this case, symptom-oriented therapy often proves unsatisfactory.

On the other hand, yoga does not refuse the scientific explanation of a disease but looks at it from another point of view: from the patient's personality. If he is ill, there must be a deeper reason–a disease doesn't arise by chance! An imbalance, a disturbance somewhere in the body and mind, manifests as a disease or illness. The symptoms, the pathogenic factors, and the name of the conditions are not the main issue – the root cause lies elsewhere.


Yoga Therapy aims to restore inner balance through various methods, progressing from the physical to the more subtle. It utilizes Yoga postures (asanas), cleansing techniques (Kriyas), breathing exercises (pranayama), meditation, and positive thinking to achieve this.

The second form of therapy involves working on the mind to address mental disturbances such as anxiety, stress, and confusion that can lead to illness. Yogis utilize techniques such as deep relaxation, visualization, mantra chanting, and positive affirmations to achieve this. While these are essential technical means, the ultimate goal is to create a condition that allows the patient to tap into their inner strength. Yoga Therapy works best in collaboration with nature rather than against it and can yield surprising results.


During a yoga session, both the patient and the yoga teacher participate. The session starts with an evaluation of the patient's condition and goals. Once the patient and teacher agree, simple yoga movements, emphasizing breathing exercises called Pranayama, are introduced. The session then progresses from there. Establishing a connection and trust between the teacher and the patient is essential.

Please note that Yoga Therapy does not claim to cure diseases by itself. However, when combined with Ayurveda, positive results can often be seen quickly.

Shatavari Ayurveda offers the services of skilled yoga therapists who can assist you with stress and chronic pain issues.