Unleash the Power of Yoga to keep young, beautiful and disease-free
Discover the empowering potential of yoga and learn esoteric techniques that have been backed by medical research to help women prevent diseases and slow the aging process. Join our expert instructors and take control of your physical and mental well-being in this life-changing event that will leave you feeling rejuvenated and empowered.
Treat yourself to a moment of self-care and join us for an uplifting yoga practice.
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This group has been created to provide quick assistance or to address any queries related to the 25th March, Yoga Event and to build up a global yoga community related to the science behind yoga.
Who Is this event for
This event is for all woman between 18 to 80 who wants to have a more powerful and successful existence. Join us for a transformative event that will empower your body and mind! Discover the many benefits of yoga, including improved physical and mental health, reduced stress and anxiety, and a greater sense of overall well-being.
The program will include discussions on:
- Yoga for health and staying young
- Antenatal and Prenatal Yoga
- Breast Cancer
- Hypertension (HTN)
- Diabetes Mellitus (DM):
- Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS)
It’s important to prioritize your health and safety, which is why we encourage all participants to consult with their doctor before starting any new exercise regimen, especially if they have a long-term health condition or are pregnant.
Love your body and unlock your inner strength through the power of yoga. Join us to learn new techniques, cultivate inner peace, and connect with a community of women who share your passion for health and wellness.
This Session is designed for both new joiners and regular Practitioners.
What will you learn from this workshop?
- The science to keep you healthy, disease free and young, using special Yoga Techniques
- This program will enlighten participants with latest knowledge on yoga and how to use it to improve your daily life
- How to inculcate Yoga during your busy work schedule, as women are leading a hectic lifestyle both in office and managing families.
TWO HOURS PROGRAM FOR WOMEN, INCLUDING:
- 4:30 PM EST: A 45 minute insightful and inspiring lecture, you’ll learn how the ancient practice of yoga can be used to control a range of afflictions. Our expert instructor will guide you through the science behind yoga and its ability to improve your physical and mental health.
- 5:15 PM EST: 15 Minute Break & Q/A session
- 5:30 PM EST: 1 Hour of an interactive workshop, you’ll learn how to perform a series of yoga poses by an expert instructor. Our experienced yoga instructors will guide you on how to stretch your muscles, improve your circulation, and boost your energy, under careful Guidance.
Invest in Your Health:
Your investment in this event includes:
- Expert instruction from experienced yoga teachers & physicians
- Access to resources and tools to help you incorporate yoga into your daily life
- Opportunities to network with other women who are passionate about their health and wellness
- Q&A Sessions to clarify all your doubts
EVERY ACTIVE PARTICIPANTS WILL GET A CERTIFICATE FROM AAYM
Take a break from your busy day and rejuvenate your mind and body – register now for our workshop.
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Meet our Experts
Dr. Indranill Basu Ray
Dr. Indranill Basu Ray is a physician and a yogi in the Kriya Yoga tradition. He is the founder-Chairman of The American Academy for Yoga and Meditation(AAYM). He is one of the most renowned Cardiologists and a Cardiac Electrophysiologist in the world. Dr. Basu Ray is also a Visiting Professor of Cardiology and Head of Integrative Cardiology at the All-India Institute of Medical Sciences at Rishikesh, UK, India, and a Professor at the School of Public Health at the University of Memphis. In addition, he has been a former faculty at multiple distinguished schools, including the Harvard Medical School and Tulane University.
Dr. Basu Ray was chosen by the American Heart Association (AHA) as an eminent cardiologist worldwide to write the practice guidelines on the role of ‘meditation in cardiovascular diseases.’ AHA is the world’s largest organization of cardiologists, cardiovascular surgeons, and vascular specialists. Dr. Basu-Ray has contributed to a large number of medical and cardiology Journals. In addition, Dr. Basu Ray is the Editor of the world’s first reference book written by multiple authors worldwide called “The Principle and Practice of Yoga in Cardiovascular Diseases.” It has been published by Springer Nature. Dr. Basu Ray also has two other books in publication, including a medical textbook, “Yoga for Cardiovascular Disease and Cardiac Rehabilitation,” published by Elsevier and Yoga and Heart Health for Cardiotext Publications, MN, USA.
Dr. Basu Ray has trained in Medicine & Cardiology in India and completed his American training at Harvard, Tulane University, and Baylor. Dr. Basu Ray has been simultaneously contributing to research in the frontiers of medicine and yoga. His pioneering research suggested a newer cause of stroke in patients with atrial fibrillation. He also developed several tools to treat atrial fibrillation and ventricular tachycardia, two complex arrhythmias affecting millions of people worldwide. Dr. Basu Ray’s original article on the role of yoga in coronary artery disease almost two decades back launched the drive to research yoga as a tool to prevent and treat cardiac diseases. Since then, he has been relentlessly trying to introduce yoga in the modern medical curriculum in the US. This has led to many medical schools imbibing yoga as a scientific preventive and therapeutic mode for noncommunicable diseases.
Dr. Basu-Ray has been meditating since the age of six. He was initiated to kriya yoga of Maha Avatar Babaji by Swami Hariharananda Giri, the brother disciple of Paramhansa Yogananda of the “Autobiography of a Yogi” fame and a disciple of the venerated Paramguru Yukteshwar Giri. He has been practicing, teaching, and researching meditation for over three decades now. His research centers on the use of meditation and yoga in cardiovascular diseases. He has founded and led AAYM since 2019. This organization has been organizing the world’s largest conferences in Yoga and Meditation. The “World’s first conference on the role of Meditation in Cardiovascular Diseases’ was organized at AIIMS, Rishikesh, in March 2019. Dr. Basu Ray was the organizer and the program director. It was attended by over a thousand physician delegates from all over the world. It had invited faculty from the worlds’ top universities, including Harvard, Emory, AIIMS-New Delhi, and PGI-Chandigarh, to name a few.
The second conference was recently held by AAYM virtually throughout June under the stewardship of Dr. Basu Ray. This had over a hundred speakers and over 50 sessions. The inaugural session included Dr. David Frawley, Dr. H R Nagendra, Dr. Deepak Chopra & Ms. Nivedita Bhide, to name a few. The faculty included the world’s top scientists, physicians, and researchers to talk about the latest research in yoga. Dr. Basu Ray has delivered invited lectures worldwide on yoga and meditation to prevent and treat cardiovascular diseases. He has delivered lectures to audiences at Harvard, MIT, Mayo Clinic, Case Western, Georgia Tech, to name a few. He also addressed the prestigious Indian Science Congress on Yoga and Cardiovascular Diseases in early 2020. Dr. Basu-Ray played a pioneering role in developing scientific methods to research Yoga using the latest technology. His current research uses Artificial Intelligence and other parameters like blood level of inflammatory markers to determine the risk of heart diseases and yoga to prevent it.
Dr. Basu-Ray has spearheaded public education to use yoga to prevent COVID-19 as an eminent physician and a professor in public health. He has written for multiple newspapers both in India and the US including having regular blogs in The Times of India and the Huffington Post.
Dr. Hetal Nayak
Dr. Hetal Nayak, director of Aum Yog Sadhana, at Aum Ashram, San Antonio, TX, is an Anesthiologist by training. Her current Asana practice is Ashtang Advanced A Series with her teacher Philipa Asher. Has been initiated on the path of Kriya Yoga by an ordained Himalayan monk Swami Vidyadhishananda. Dr Nayak will lead you through a chair yoga practice. The practice will start with simple loosening exercises leading into Sun Salutations, Asanas, Pranayam and concluding with a simple mediation practice.
Glimpses of Sun Salutations Event
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