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"Yoga Therapy in a Medical Setting" by Dr Ananda

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Yogacharya Dr Ananda Balayogi Bhavanani's presentation on , "Yoga Therapy in a Medical Setting" for the 25th International Yoga Festival organised by the Government of Puducherry from 4th to 7th January 2019.

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"Yoga Therapy in a Medical Setting" by Dr Ananda

  1. 1. Yogacharya Dr ANANDA BALAYOGI BHAVANANI MBBS, MD (AM), ADY, DSM, DPC, PGDFH, PGDY, FIAY, C- IAYT Director CYTER of Sri Balaji Vidyapeeth & Chairman ICYER at Ananda Ashram, Puducherry, South India. yognat@gmail.comAB Bhavanani - 25th Yoga Festival 2019 @ Pondicherry
  2. 2. www.icyer.com
  3. 3. SRI BALAJI VIDYAPEETH (Deemed University Accredited with “A” Grade by NAAC) Ranked 72 in NIRF 2018 Centre for Yoga Therapy, Education and Research (CYTER) Salutogenesis, our focus!
  4. 4. Bridging the experiential wisdom of Yoga with empirical modern medical science. Yoga is usually found in Physical Edu & Sports deptts of universities We at CYTER, have it in a medical institution since 2010 – quality of life enhancing benefits for ~ 52,000 partiipants – educating future Yoga therapists (PGDYT, M.Phil, PhD), – creating awareness amongst medical, dental and nursing students & professionals – scientifically researching Yoga, – 88 publications & 7 CMEs. – IDY celebrations since 2015
  5. 5. “Path breaking innovation indeed. Much needed for the modern world. Congrats SBV!” Ammaji “CYTER is such a huge inspiration. There should be many more projects like this.”- Yogacharini Kalavathi, Wales, UK “CYTER is balancing the difficult path of staying true to tradition on one hand, and adapting it to the modern world on the other . Dr Ramesh Bijlani, AIIMS “CYTER is balancing the difficult path of staying true to tradition on one hand, and adapting it to the modern world on the other . Dr Ramesh Bijlani, AIIMS CYTER is engaged in spreading awareness about traditional Yoga and its benefit for the welfare of society, in addition to carrying out research in yoga to establish strong scientific foundation for Yoga, which is most needed of the hour. -Dr HR Nagendra, Chancellor S-Vyasa Yoga University CYTER is engaged in spreading awareness about traditional Yoga and its benefit for the welfare of society, in addition to carrying out research in yoga to establish strong scientific foundation for Yoga, which is most needed of the hour. -Dr HR Nagendra, Chancellor S-Vyasa Yoga University
  6. 6. CYTER is doing the perfect seva, with a strong knowledge base. -Dr Shirley Telles, Patanjali Research Foundation Haridwar “CYTER is not just a centre, it is the medicine of the future. Joseph Le Page, Integrative Yoga Therapy, USA. “CYTER will surely be one of the torch bearers in Yoga Therapy worldwide in time to come.” Sri S Sridharan, KYM “CYTER will surely be one of the torch bearers in Yoga Therapy worldwide in time to come.” Sri S Sridharan, KYM “A great opportunity to train ‘hands on’ in the application of Yoga in medicine. Excellent training in a yoga therapy department within a modern medical hospital with a unique team!” - Nathalie Cazach, Student PGDYT, France. “A great opportunity to train ‘hands on’ in the application of Yoga in medicine. Excellent training in a yoga therapy department within a modern medical hospital with a unique team!” - Nathalie Cazach, Student PGDYT, France.
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  8. 8. Our Team Honorary Advisor: Prof. Madanmohan MBBS, MD, MSc, DSc (Yoga), FIAY Director: Dr. Ananda Balayogi Bhavanani MBBS, ADY, PGDFH, PGDY, MD (AM), FIAY, C-IAYT Deputy Director: Dr. Meena Ramanathan MA, CYT, DYNS, PGDY, MSc, PhD (Yoga), C-IAYT Yoga Lecturer: G Dayanidy, MCA, MSc(Yoga), PGDYE, CYT, PGDYT Yoga Instructors: P Danushapnadeesh, MCA, MTech, DYEd, PGDYT G Sarulatha, Dip Yoga and Bharatanatyam • Director is an international authority on yoga and yoga therapy and a medical doctor with vast experience in Yoga education, therapy and research. Member. • 19 DVDs, 23 books, > 200 papers, compilations & abstracts. 1600 citations, h-index 20 & i10-index 34. 13 are referenced by National Health Portal (Yoga section). • Director is member of Ministry of AYUSH National Board of Y&N, International Day of Yoga, National DM and Yoga prog, ICH & CCRYN. Boards of CYAI, IYA & advisor IAYT & AAYT. 22 books, 19 DVDs with h-index 20 and i10-index 35. 1st C- IAYT certified in India. • Deputy Director is first Pondicherrian to complete her PhD in Yoga. Extensive experience in Yoga for geriatric population and special children. She is C-IAYT certified & is an Examiner for QCI through IYA • Lecturer is UGC Net qualified for Assistant Professor & examiner for QCI through IYA.
  9. 9. Certificates PhD MPhil PGDYT Career pathway in Yoga Therapy www.sbvu.ac.in
  10. 10. Patient and participant diversity > 52,000 participants in sessions over past 9 years! 6 %
  11. 11. Beneficiaries Ministry of AYUSH, Govt of India, New Delhi CCRYN, Ministry of AYUSH, New Delhi Morarji Desai National institute of Yoga, New Delhi Quality Council of India Gitananda Yoga Association, Australia and New Zealand Kaivalyadhama, Maharashtra Indian Yoga Association Gitananda Yoga Association of Canada. Directorate of Tourism, Govt of Pondicherry International Yoga Teachers Association, Australia Directorate of School Education, Pondicherry Integrative Yoga Therapy, USA Krishnamacharya Yoga Mandiram, Chennai South Zone Cultural Centre , Tanjore Krishnamacharya Healing & Yoga Foundation, Chennai WHO Collaborating Centre for Traditional Medicine (Yoga), MDNIY Department of Siddha of the Tamil Nadu Dr. MGR Medical University Sant Hirdaram medical college of naturopathy and yogic sciences, Bhopal Danalakshmi Srinivasan Medical College , TN. SDM College of Naturopathy & Yogic Sciences, Ujire. A J Institute of Medical Sciences, Mangalore. Doordarshan Pondicherry Kendra Sangopita & Aadahar Special Schools, Maharashtra Sri Venkateshwaraa Medical College , Pondicherry. St Joseph Cluny Hospital, and Hospice, Pondicherry SADAY Special School, Pondicherry Pondicherry Senior Citizens Welfare Association Serene Pelican Township Rajiv Gandhi College of Engineering and Technology Integra Sofware services, Pondicherry Consultancy by CYTER Year Amount 2013-14 89,000 2014 - 15 2,25,000 2015 – 16 1,52,000 2016 - 17 5,27,000 2017 -18 3,63,500 2018 -19 5,05,500 TOTAL 18,62,000
  12. 12. Salutogenesis, our Focus • Moving from pathogenesis, the focus on disease towards salutogenesis, the focus on health! • CYTER is striding forward on an innovative path of promoting holistic health for one and all. www.sbvu.ac.in
  13. 13. Relevance to health care professionals • Yoga is an experiential science and a dynamic state of health is a by-product of Yoga • “Re-orients the functional hierarchy of the entire nervous system” - Dr B Ramamurthy • Effective in preventing and combating the modern pandemic of stress borne disorders. • Scientific evidence indicates that Yoga has – promotive, preventive and curative potential, – is a safe, non-pharmacological therapy and is – an effective lifestyle adjunct to reduce drug dosage and improve QOL of patients
  14. 14. • Preventing and managing psychosomatic - stress related disorders – DM, hypertension, bronchial asthma, IBS, epilepsy, back pain and functional disorders • Reduce / eliminate drug dosage / dependence in – DM, hypertension, epilepsy, anxiety, bronchial asthma, constipation, dyspepsia, insomnia, arthritis, sinusitis and dermatological disorders • Yoga therapists must work in tandem with medical doctors when treating patients on medical treatment.
  15. 15. “The treatment of the part shouldn’t be attempted without a treatment of the entirety. The treatment of the body without treating the mind and soul is a useless waste of time” - Plato (428 – 348 BC)
  16. 16. • LIFE STYLE MODIFICATIONS: “Yoga is a system of perfect tools for achieving union as well as healing” -Dr Dean Ornish • REHABILITATION: “Modern medicine kept me alive, Yoga gave me back my life”- Dr Swami Gitananda Giri • COPING SKILLS: “Yoga may not be able to always cure but it can surely help us to endure”- Sri BKS Iyengar • HEALTHY DIET : biogenic, guna based diets • RELAXATION: spanda -nishpanda concepts • EXPENDITURE: cost effective, cost lowering • AGING : anti-aging, regenerating, “young at heart” • PSYCHOTHERAPY: the mind and beyond • WOMEN’S HEALTH: puberty, pregnancy, menopause • RESEARCH: Basic and applied scientific & literary
  17. 17. • Yoga modifies coronary artery disease risk factors and helps reverse heart disease • Patients of respiratory disorders have shown improvement with Yoga therapy • Therapeutic tool for MR children -improvement in IQ and social adaptation • Has shown great potential in metabolic conditions- diabetes, obesity, metabolic syndrome etc • Psychiatry: OCD–improvement in Yale/Brown & perceived stress scales , anxiety, depression
  18. 18. • Comprehensive bibliometric analysis of Yoga therapy research between 1967 & 2013 by Jeter PE, Slutsky J, Singh N & Khalsa SB. (J Altern Complement Med 2015) • Three-fold increase in number of publications seen in the last 10 years, inclusive of all study designs. • 45% RCTs, 18% controlled, and 37% uncontrolled. • Most publications originated from India (n=258), followed by USA (n=122) and Canada (n=13). • Top three disorders addressed by Yoga interventions were mental health, cardiovascular disease, and respiratory disease. Other recent reviews by Kim Innes (2005, 2007 & 2012), Yang (2007) and Sengupta (2012) have also highlighted role of Yoga therapy.
  19. 19. E = mc2 Power of the mind!
  20. 20. Overexposure to stress DISEASE
  21. 21. Streeter CC et al. Med Hypotheses 2012; 78: 571-9 • Stress induces autonomic imbalance • Decreased para-sympathetic & increased sympathetic activity, under activity of GABA system, the primary inhibitory neuro- transmitter, and increased allostatic load. • Yoga helps correct the underactivity of para- sympathetic nervous system and GABA systems in part through stimulation of vagus nerves with reduction in the allostatic load.
  22. 22. Postulated mechanisms by which Yoga reduces cardiovascular risk Innes KE, Bourguignon C, Taylor AG. Risk indices associated with the insulin resistance syndrome, cardiovascular disease, and possible protection with yoga: a systematic review. J Am Board Fam Pract 2005;18:491-519.
  23. 23. Impact of stress on hypothalamic–pituitary–adrenal (HPA) axis and sympathetic NS. * Yoga has been shown to have significant beneficial effects in these Sengupta P. Health Impacts of Yoga and Pranayama: A State-of-the-Art Review. Int J Prev Med 2012; 3:444–58.
  24. 24. Possible factors responsible for improvement of physical performance by yoga Ray US, Pathak A, Tomer OS. Hatha Yoga Practices: Energy Expenditure, Respiratory Changes and Intensity of Exercise. Evid Based Complement Alternat Med. 2011; 2011: 241294.
  25. 25. Proposed relationships among dyspnea, benefits of yoga, and outcomes of participation in a yoga program. Donesky-Cuenco D, Nguyen HQ, Paul S, Carrieri-Kohlman V. Yoga Therapy Decreases Dyspnea-Related Distress and Improves Functional Performance in People with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease: A Pilot Study. J Altern Complement Med 2009; 15: 225–234.
  26. 26. Postulated mechanisms for role of yoga in pregnancy outcomes Chuntharapat S, Petpichetchian W, Hatthakit U. Yoga during pregnancy: effects on maternal comfort, labor pain and birth outcomes. Complement Ther Clin Pract 2008; 14(2): 105-15.
  27. 27. Yoga in cancer related fatigue Bower JE, Garet D, Sternlieb B. Yoga for persistent fatigue in breast cancer survivors: results of a pilot study. Evid Based Complement Alternat Med 2011; 2011:623168.
  28. 28. Yoga in chronic low back pain-mechanisms Sherman et al., Comparison of yoga versus stretching for chronic low back pain: protocol for the Yoga Exercise Self-care (YES) trial. Trials 2010; 11:36
  29. 29. Bhavanani AB et al. Int J Yoga Ther 2011; 21: 73-76 & Yoga Mimamsa 2012; 44: 101-112. Indian J Physiol Pharmacol 2012; 56: 273–78 & Biomed Human Kin 2012: 4: 66 – 69. Int J Yoga 2012; 5: 108-11
  30. 30. “Yoga therapy is the process of empowering individuals to progress toward improved health and wellbeing through the application of the teachings and practices of Yoga”. – IAYT
  31. 31. Thank You!Thank You!

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