There will be an upcoming Indian Dietetics Course conducted by Yogapoint lecturers, Dr. Shriram Savrikar & Dr. Mukund Sabnis. This lecture series is part of a fundraising initiative for advanced research in Ayurveda while promoting awareness in Indian dietetics across the globe.
Dr Shriram Savrikar is an ex-advisor from the department of Ayush, ex Vice-Chancellor and Chairman of the Pharmacopoeial committee in New Delhi, and professor of Ras Shastra and Bhaishajya Kalpana. Dr Mukund Sabnis is a post Graduate in Ras Shastra and Bhaishajya Kalpana. With 27 years of experience in treating metabolic disorders, he has treated more than 50 thousand obese patients with unique methods.
[Concept of Ayurvedic dietetics]
Date: 24 Sep 2021
[Digestion and metabolism Ayurveda View]
Date: 25 Sep 2021
[Wholesome and Unwholesome Food]
Date: 1 Oct 2021
[Myths and facts about food | Ayurveda and Modern Perspective]
Date: 2 Oct 2021
[Effects of Food Processing | Ayurveda Perspective]
Date: 8 Oct 2021
[Food Interaction, Impact on Health and Diseases]
Date: 9 Oct 2021
[Ayurveda Food Recipes in Day to Day Life]
Date: 15 Oct 2021
[Condition Specific Diet | Diet in Particular Diseases]
Date: 16 Oct 2021
Session Fee: USD$50
Time: 07:30 AM (Mumbai Time)
10:00 AM (Singapore Time)
Instructor: Dr. Shriram Savrikar & Dr. Mukund Sabnis
Pranayama is an ancient breathing process by controlling inhalation & exhalation and retaining vital energy. Yoga practice is incomplete without the inclusion of pranayama.
Discover the true power of Yoga with conscious breathing techniques to strengthen and balance your body systems. Understand the importance of breathing, and learn how you may reduce stress and boost immunity at our pranayama course.
• Pranayama Course (5 Hours)•
Course Fee: $180 (Studio), $150 (Online - Zoom)
Location: Yogapoint Studio
Date: 11, 18 Sept 2021
Time: 1:30pm - 4:00pm
Course details & sign up link: https://www.yogapoint.com.sg/courses/pranayama-workshop.aspx
The aim of our Yoga Trigger Point 1 Course is to create awareness around your body's energetic pathways and their surrounding organs/meridians. By directing your attention to areas of tension and stress in the body, you will learn to tap into your body's natural healing power and innate healing mechanism to locate the source of tension and pain in your body.
Recognizing this important role of Yoga, this year’s commemoration of the International Day of Yoga focuses on “Yoga for well-being” - how the practice of Yoga can promote the holistic health of every individual.
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To thank all mothers, we would like to welcome all mothers for a week of FREE Yoga Classes at Yogapoint! Take this opportunity to show how much you love and appreciate her!
Terms and conditions:
Bhramari Pranayama (Humming breath) & Aum/Om chanting to deal with COVID-19
Gandhar Mandlik, Yoga Vidya Gurukul & Faculty of Medicine, University of Sydney, Australia
Yoga is for health, happiness, and balance, which is key to improve immunity.
Yogapoint invites you to join us to practice with our ' Yoga to Improve Immunity ' videos, which can be shared and downloaded for free.
We hope that these resources will help you keep your physical and mental health checked during this period.