Karnataka

Mangalore: A J Hospital & Research Centre to Hold Yoga Camp


Press Release

Mangalore, Dec 24: A J Hospital & Research Centre in association with Avishkar Yoga will organize Yoga Therapy Department in January.

A yoga camp is organized at A J Hospital & Research Centre from Monday December 26 to December 31at the Conference Hall between 5.00 pm and 6.00 pm.

The Yoga Therapy Department will provide yoga treatment for Asthma, Arthritis, Blood pressure, Diabetes, Backaches, Joint Pain, Headache, Sinusitis, Migraine, Hypertension, Hyperacidity, Heart problems, Obesity, Menstrual disorders, Nervous problem, Stomach disorders, and Sleep disorders.

The following special monthly yoga courses will be conducted, foundation yoga course of 12 days and weight reduction course with diet Chandrayanayoga vrata with free cholesterol & BMI check-up.

A J Hospital & Research Centre came into existence in the year 2001 with the objective of providing world class healthcare facilities in Mangalore. 

The hospital  is specializing in more than 30 major medical disciplines, embracing new technologies to offer high level healthcare that matches the best in the country.  The Hospital is supported by a team of highly qualified and experienced doctors, nursing and paramedical staff. 

A J Hospital has been adding newer modalities and today it boasts of having all super-specialties like Cardiology, Cardiac Surgery, Pediatric Cardiology, Endocrinology, Nephrology, Neurology, Neuro Surgery, Plastic Surgery and Urology under one roof.

For more information contact:  Rani L Shenoy at 0824 2225533 or Kushalappa G N at 0824 2224442 / 98455 88740.

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  • gopal, Tamilnadu

    Sat, Dec 24 2011

    Very nice idea., Now the Physicians in the western countries realised the value of Yoga therapy and directing the patients to the Yoga Gurus..For an Indian, some foreigners should certify, to respect our knowledge ! One thing we should keep in mind that YOGA is a defensive mechanism..The Yoga teacher should be well versed with the technics and not a mere teacher., he/ she must be a Guru, who should be convinced with the concept and has self expereince..regards..Gopalsamy

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  • gopal, Tamilnadu

    Sat, Dec 24 2011

    Very nice idea., Now the Physicians in the western countries realised the value of Yoga therapy and directing the patients to the Yoga Gurus..For an Indian, some foreigners should certify, to respect our knowledge ! One thing we should keep in mind that YOGA is a defensive mechanism..The Yoga teacher should be well versed with the technics and not a mere teacher., he/ she must be a Guru, who should be convinced with the concept and has self expereince..regards..Gopalsamy

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