Yenepoya Naturopathy & Yogic Science College Holds CME ‘SUTRA VIJNANA – 2023’

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Yenepoya Naturopathy & Yogic Science College Holds CME ‘SUTRA VIJNANA – 2023’

Mangaluru: Yogic science is one of the exemplary contributions of Indian Tradition and Heritage to the world at large. Centuries ago, the knowledge of yoga which was scattered, was compiled beautifully by Maharishi Patanjali in the form of 196 Yoga Sutras. Since then, yoga has been studied and practised through generations.

Applications of yoga are widespread ranging from physical to spiritual aspects. Various branches of yoga have been developed. The spiritual view of Patanjali Yoga Sutra is well-known, but the clinical aspect of this is the most untouched field. Hence the Continuous Medical Education (CME) program was organized by Yenepoya Naturopathy and Yogic Science College and Hospital recently at the indoor auditorium of Yenepoya Medical College Deralakate.

The main objective is to create awareness and bring understanding among the delegates on the Therapeutic Relevance of Yoga Sutra with its Clinical Applications. Under the title SUTRA VIJNANA – 2023 this program was inaugurated by Dr Shivaprased Shetty, Dean & Professor, Department of Yoga, SDM College of Naturopathy and yogic sciences Ujire. He spoke about the importance of yoga sutras in health and well-being.

Dr Aswini Dutt R, Dean of Academics, Yenepoya (Deemed to be University) was the chief guest, he enlightened with his inspirational words on the importance of the CME. Later CME continued with three sessions with eminent speakers, Dr Sujatha Dinesh, Vice Principal, SDM College of Naturopathy and Yogic Sciences Ujire spoke on “Applications of Astanga Sadhana in Therapy”.

Dr Vrinda Bedekar, Professor, Prasanna Ayurveda Medical College and Hospital spoke on “Kleshas: Cause For Disease”, Dr V Venugopal, Assistant Medical Officer & Lecturer-II, Govt Yoga Naturopathy Medical College, Chennai spoke on “Clinical Application of Vrttis” and Dr Puneeth Ragavendra K R, Principal Yenepoya naturopathy and Yogic science college and Hospital spoke on “Antaraya: Obstacles in the path of wellbeing”.

Dr Vanitha Shetty Principal, of Alva’s College of Naturopathy and Yogic Sciences, Moodbidri was Guest of Honour for the Valedictory Ceremony. Dr Nagaraj Shet, Assistant Medical Superintendent, Yenepoya Medical College and Hospital was Chief Guest for the same and Dr Puneeth Raghavendra KR delivered the presidential address.

Dr Sangeethalaxmi M J delivered the vote and thanks and the Students of BNYS Hosted the programme. A total of 200 delegates had been, 50 delegates from Tamilnadu, 100 delegates from various colleges of Karnataka and 50 academics, research scholars and yoga consultants were also present.

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  1. Dr ShivaPrasad and Dr Sujatha, I am happy with your achievements. Continue the good work of reaching out to many more to have better health.

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