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Yoga as a Medicine

A yoga class.
A yoga class. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

If you’ve been looking for a sign to take up yoga, this is it.

“Sahaja Yoga was founded in 1970 in India by Dr Nirmala Devi Srivastava to harness the curative power that resides in every human being in order to provide a holistic, long-term treatment for various illnesses.

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The principle of the practice is based on awakening dormant primordial energy located at the base of the spine for the purpose of healing mind, body, and spirit. The daily ten-minute meditation programme is currently practiced in over 100 countries, including Oman, with clinically tested results.”

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