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Art of Living

Art of Living

Founded in 1981 by Sri Sri Ravi Shankar,The Art of Living Foundation is a not-for-profit, educational and humanitarian NGO (Non-Governmental Organisation) engaged in stress-management and service initiatives. The organisation operates globally in 152 countries.


The organisation's programs are guided by Sri Sri’s philosophy of peace: “Unless we have a stress-free mind and a violence-free society, we cannot achieve world Peace.” To help individuals get rid of stress and experience inner peace, The Art of Living offers stress-elimination programs which include breathing techniques, meditation and yoga. These programs have helped millions around the world to overcome stress, depression and violent tendencies.


The Art of Living Foundation has spread peace across communities through diverse humanitarian projects, including conflict resolution, disaster relief, sustainable rural development, empowerment of women, prisoner rehabilitation, education for all, and environmental sustainability.

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Fight Jaw Pain With Yoga

By  Posted  Jul 26th 2014 | IN

Here is some news that might surprise you: pain in a particular area or part of the body may not always be due to a physical cause. It could be due to tension, more specifically, it depends on where in your body you "metabolise"...Read more »

Strengthen Your Kidneys with Yoga

By  Posted  Jul 16th 2014 | IN

Kidneys form an extremely important function of purifying the blood by filtering waste from it. They also help in functioning of the urinary system, secretion of hormones and maintenance of the blood pressure level in the body. Kidneys...Read more »

Super Yoga for a Super Brain

By  Posted  Jul 15th 2014 | IN

The Human Brain is one of the most complicated objects in the universe. Although it weighs less than 3 pounds, it manages everything from our heart rates to our thoughts and feelings. This is the major control network for the body's...Read more »

Six Yoga Poses for Strong, Toned Arms

By  Posted  Jul 13th 2014 | IN

What most people dont know is that yoga is one of the best ways to build upper-body strength and the best part is that you do not have to spend a lot of time at the gym lifting weights to get rid of your flabby arms. Instead, you can...Read more »

Yoga Postures for Kids

By  Posted  Jul 10th 2014 | IN

Teaching yoga to kids is a uniquely wonderful way to guiding them into a healthy lifestyle. From a young age, they should be taught how to calm the mind and become more emotionally stable. Kids go through a lot of physical exertion; yoga...Read more »

Yoga: Hip-Toning Yoga Asanas

By  Posted  Jun 25th 2014 | IN

The hips are taken to task along with the back on those long work hours; this can cause stiffness in the hips. Exercising without proper stretches, body joint problems and back injuries can also cause stiffness in the hips. The stiffness...Read more »

Overcome Anxiety With Yoga

By  Posted  Jun 5th 2014 | IN

Regular yoga practice can help you stay calm and relaxed in daily life and can also give you the strength to face events as they come without getting restless. Yoga practice ideally includes the complete package of asanas (body postures),...Read more »

Yoga and Ayurveda To Fight Irritable Bowel Syndrome

By  Posted  Mar 4th 2014 | IN

Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) is a physical disorder that causes prolonged abdominal pain or discomfort, bloating, and abnormal bowel movements including constipation and diarrhea. Classified as a gastrointestinal tract disorder, it can...Read more »

Yoga for Backache: Strength and Healing Through Yoga

By  Posted  Jan 1st 2014 | IN

Do you find your hand often reaching out for your upper back? Unconsciously wanting to soothe it and ease a slight, pulsating pain? You could be in the middle of a kitchen chore or bending over a colleagues desk at work and are suddenly...Read more »

Yoga Exercises: Healing Scoliosis with Yoga

By  Posted  Dec 24th 2013 | IN

The human spine is formed of multiple vertebrae, which protect and support the spinal cord. This set of bones enable us to stand in an upright position. Scoliosis, is a condition, wherein the individual's spine is not straight but is...Read more »


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