Yoga practices can be used as Preventive, Curative, Adjuvant and also Palliative

Yoga is a holistic practice that can be used in various ways to promote health and well-being. One of the unique aspects of yoga is its ability to be used in different contexts - as a preventive, curative, adjuvant, and palliative measure. As a preventive measure, yoga can help individuals maintain their physical and mental health, preventing the onset of illnesses and diseases.

As a curative measure, yoga can be used to treat various health conditions such as hypertension, diabetes, and arthritis, among others. As an adjuvant measure, yoga can be used alongside traditional medical treatments to enhance their effectiveness and minimize side effects. Finally, as a palliative measure, yoga can provide relief from pain and discomfort, improving the quality of life for individuals with chronic illnesses.

At Kaivalyadhama, we offer a range of yoga practices that cater to each of these contexts, allowing individuals to learn and practice yoga in a way that is tailored to their specific needs and goals. Our experienced teachers can guide you through the various practices and help you achieve optimal health and well-being.