International Day of Yoga: Webinar focuses on Ayurvedic Principles for Healthy Living

The power of Yoga for a healthy living is undisputed. Taking this into account, a webinar on Ayurvedic Principles for Healthy Living was organised by the School of Yoga at Shoolini University. The keynote speaker for the webinar, Dr Ajeet Tiwari, Ayurveda Medical Officer, Government Ayurveda Hospital, Almora, Uttarakhand, spoke about the Ayurvedic remedies to avoid Covid 19.

This webinar is a part of the series of webinars being organised by the School of Yoga on the occasion of the seventh International Day of Yoga on the theme, Health and Happiness.

The welcome note was presented by the Chancellor of Shoolini University, Prof PK Khosla. Sharing his valuable experience, he said the youth should be proud of the ancient Indian principles of healthy living, as the West was also adopting them, especially during the pandemic.

Delivering his lecture, Dr Tiwari said Ayurveda was known as the fifth Veda of India. He explained about the Panchamahabhootas of the body, discussed the location of Vatta Pitta and Kapha Doshas in the body and their behaviour. He explained many Ayurvedic remedies to avoid the infection of Covid 19 and Black fungus. The most important, he said, was the regular practice of Nasya kriya, Ghee in the eyes, Mustard oil in the mouth, steam with Pudina and Ajwain, gargles with turmeric, golden milk and citrus fruit.

During another webinar under the series, Prof Hemanshu Sharma delivered a lecture on Improving Lung Function through Naturopathy. He talked about the Naturopathy treatment to enhance lung function that in turn helped improve mucosal immunity and innate immunity, reducing stress and improving sleep. He also emphasised a Yogic diet for a better lifestyle.

During a session, Prof Suresh Lal Barnwal said Yoga provided the ability to cope with different situations and to get rid of all suffering. It spread positivity all around, removed the frustration and helped in purification, rejuvenation and transformation of the heart, mind, body and soul. He also described the importance of Dincharya, Pranayama, Silence, Araadhana, Upasana and Sadhana in daily life.

The vote of thanks was given by Dr Subodh Sourabh Singh, Associate Prof and Head, School of Yoga, Shoolini University. The webinar was co-ordinated by Dr Mala Tripathi, Assistant Prof, School of Yoga, Shoolini University.

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