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What is Yoga Naturopathy  Yoga   Programme Daily Routine
Asana (Beginners Group) Programme for Yoga , Meditation , Naturopathy Treatment

Yoga, Meditation & Naturopathy in Himalayas
Yoga, Meditation & Naturopathy is the best way to clean body soul and mind Yoga & Naturopathy is a very wide subject; our trust (Karma Yoga Ashram Trust) has defined this subject in a very beautiful way. At our Ashram we have different courses and treatments through Yoga & Naturopathy. The Ashram is situated at the foothills of Himalayas and just near the city of saints, RISHIKESH, near the holy river GANGA.

We have basic, intermediate and advanced courses on the subject which starts from September to April for 21 days each conducted by the experts in Yoga & Naturopathy.    

What is Yoga
The word Yog is derived from the Sanskrit verb " yuj" which means to join or to unite. Yog is an ancient science. The practice of Yog integrates the body, mind and soul. All, irrespective of color, caste, creed, sex and race can practice yoga. The ancient seers laid down four ways by which the practitioner can attain Samadhi or spiritual salvation, which is the ultimate goal of Yog.

These are:

  1. Jnana Marg: The path of knowledge.

  2. Karma Marg: The path of action.

  3. Bhakti Marg: The path of selfless devotion.

  4. Dhyan Marg: The path of introspection, whereby, the pupil learns to cleanse the body, control the senses and restrains the fluctuations of the mind.

Hatha Yoga, Raj Yoga, Karma Yoga, Karma Yoga, Bhakti Yoga, Juana Yoga, Mantra Yoga and Laya Yoga provide a complete system of self -transformation & self-realization. Yoga has been proven as a scientific method for curing acute and chronic diseases.



The word naturo means “Nature” which means treatment from natural thing i.e. the five elements which are present in nature i.e. earth, water, air, fire and ether.

As we know that any kind of misbalance in the nature five element whether by increasing or by decreasing cause heavy calamities so do with our body as it is also a part of nature and five element only .And any kind of misbalance causes “disease”

Nature cure is a very old science of healing and art of living life in harmony with constructive principles of nature on physical, mental, moral and spiritual planes of living .we can find number of references in our Vedas and other ancient texts ‘The morbid matter theory” Panch karma and other concept upon which Nature cure is based are already available in old texts which indicate that these modalities were widely Practiced in ancient India.

Some of the basic Principle of nature cure is:-

  1. Body heals itself every living matter (cell) is endowed with the instinct of self –preservation.

  2. Main cause of disease is innervations i.e.  Fatigue of nervous system

  3. Deposit of toxic matter

  4. Acquit disease is a remedial effort. Acquit disease itself cure to the body.

  5. Even Louis Pasture father of germs Theory had to be admitting end of his life that the soil is everything, the microorganism is nothing. The germs can not grow or multiply in the healthy blood stream.

  6. Exersice or Yoga or physical activity keeps the balance between nutrition and drainage. The unity of disease and unity of Cure.

This Naturopathy consists of following therapies.

  1. Fasting

  2. Hydro Therapy

  3. Mud Therapy

  4. Chromo Therapy

  5. Diet Therapy

  6. Massage

The above therapies are given according to the person.


Yoga   Programme

Day 01

Welcome on arrival. Briefing about the area and introduction to Nearby places of interest. Introduction to do’s and don’ts of the Programme and familiarization with the yoga teachers and other Personnel at workshop and setting down the accommodation. After light refreshments, every member will have a familiarization discussion with the experts so as to make him/her more comfortable. An individual file will be opened and will have the data of first day of the camp the diet plan and yoga postures can be decided as per the person’s history.   

Day 02 to Day 10 Daily routine.
Day 11

An excursion will be organized to near by places of spiritual Geographical interests.

Day 12

Fresh data’s of the individuals will be noted between discussions with experts. After analysis of this data the regular routine of day 2 to day 10 shall continue with yoga lessons included for specific purposes as per analysis of each individual.

Day 12 to Day 19  Same routine as described above.
Day 20 Trek to some divine place.
Day 21

- last days, the final data will be checked and inputs will be noted as the aspirants.   


Daily Routine 

Daily routine will be like as follows:

05.30 – 06.00 AM 

Morning Herbal Tea

06.15 – 07.15 AM

Yoga Classes (Asana, Pranayama, Shatkarmas)

08:00 – 09.00 AM 


09.00 – 12.00 AM    

Service (voluntary) - Karma yoga

12.00 – 12.30 PM

Ayurvedic Lunch

12.30 – 02.30 PM


03.00 – 03.30 PM   Evening Tea
03.30 – 05.00 PM  Spiritual Discourses
05.00 – 06.00 PM Yoga Classes (Asanas and Meditation)
06.00 – 07.00 PM  Evening Walk
07.00 – 07.30 PM   Dinner.



Asana (Beginners Group)

1. Suksham Vyayam
2. Uttanpadasana
3. Ardhahalasana
4. Sarvangasana
5. Halasana
6. Bhujangasana
7. Shalbhasana
8. Naukasana
9. Shashank Bhujangasana
10. Vakrasana
11. Ardha Masyandrasana
12. Gomukhasana
13. Tad asana
14. Trikonasana
15. Padhatasana

Relaxing Asana

1. Shavasana

Yogic Kriyas

1. Jalneti
2. Sutranet     


1. Yogic Breathing
2. Nadi Shodhan Pranayama
3. Sheetali Pranayama
3. Shut Kari Pranayama
4. Bhramari Pranayama
5. Bhrastrika Pranayama
6. Ujjai Pranayama


1. Bhujangasana –is also called cobra pose
Benefits Slipped disc, constipation, proper function of liver and kidney, lubricate the spine

Contra Indication

People suffering from peptic ulce, hernia, intestinal tuberculosis must practice under expert guidance.
2. Wakrasama
Spine twist .It is but asana for beginners.
Benefits Loosening the vertebra, sciatica, and backache and neck pain.
Contra Indication ulcers, hermia


1. Ardh Matsyendrasana  Half spine twisting
Benefits improve digestive system, slipped disc, regulate secretion of adrenaline and bile, diabetes, sinusitis, curvicle spondylitis.
Contra Indication Pregnant women, hernia, peptic ulcer.
2. Kukkutasana  Cockerel pose
Benefits develop a sense of balance and stability, help in kundalini awakening, strengthen the arms and shoulder muscles.
Contra Indication fatty body and person having strong enough hair on their on their legs and hands may find difficulty
1. Chakrasana –Wheel pose
Benefits it is beneficial to the nervous, digestive, respiratory, cardiovascular and glandular system, influence hormonal, secretion and relieves various, gynecological disorder.
Contra Indication Tired, weak twist, during pregnancy
2. Garbh pindasana –fetus in the womb pose
Benefits Effect on the adrenal glands and calm the excited mind, nervous disorder, massage and tone the abdominal organs, stimulate the digestive fire and increase the appetite and develop the sense of balance.



1 Day  Introduction & brief idea regarding programme
2 Day-6 Day Daily routine
05.00 A.M Wakeup call
05.10A.M Morning walk
06.00A.M Laughing session
6.30-8.00A.M Yoga classes
8.15-9.15A.M Naturopathy treatment
9.45A.M Breakfast
11.45A.M Lunch
03.00P.M Naturopathy treatment
04.30P.M Tea
04.45P.M Meditation
06.00P.M Dinner
 07.30-08.30P.M Discussion
7 Day Departures.


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