“Role of Yoga on Healing – Breathing Techniques” – A Free Talk by Manoj Kaimal on FEB18

Breathing is the very pulse of life which has a direct correlation with the health of every system of the body – nervous, musculo-skeletal or digestive. In this talk, Manoj Kaimal, founder of Manasa yoga will lead participants to a comprehensive understanding of the gross breath and the subtle prana; the anatomical and physiological aspects of the gross body as well as the nadis and vauys of the subtle body; the correlation between prana and mind, brain and breath, and much more.

Topics covered will include:

– Relevance of asana practice to support pranayama by helping to unlock and harmonise the spine, ribs, diaphragm and the pelvic floor which forms the core support of breathing.

– Pranayama as a great healing methodology and how it can contribute to enhance immunity, relieve anxiety, combat depression, and positively contribute to enhanced vitality, confidence and sense of well-being.

– Yoga nidra, an ancient art of total ‘un-clinging’, which can contribute to the release of our body’s inherent healing power.

Date: Saturday 18th February 2012

Time : 4.00 pm – 6.00 pm

Venue: Malaysian Association For The Blind, Jalan Tebing, Off Jln Tun Sambanthan 4, Brickfields, 50470 Kuala Lumpur.

FREE REGISTRATION!!!

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

People challenged with cancer & their family members, alternative practitioners, medical professionals and anyone who wants to have a greater awareness of health issues.

Organised by : CANSURVIVE CENTRE MALAYSIA BERHAD(903023-M)

Kindly reserve your seats by the following options:

1. SMS your name and email address to 017 – 881 2287

2. Send an email to ucansurvive@gmail.com with your name and handphone number.

 

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