Upcoming Webinar

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOD) is a common health issue among women of reproductive age. PCOD affects various aspects of women’s health including metabolism, fertility, mental health and social health. Conventional management of PCOD can be optimized by adding alternative and complementary systems of medicine such as Yoga and Ayurveda. This webinar provides insights about the benefits of Yoga and Ayurveda based home remedy in PCOD management.”
Join our experts Dr Nagarathna and Dr Rao to understand how Yoga and simple home remedies and help manage this chronic condition.

INTERNATIONAL YOGACON USA JUNE 2021

AMERICAN ACADEMY OF YOGA AND MEDITATION

IN ASSOCIATION WITH

AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF PHYSICIANS OF INDIAN ORIGIN,

FEDERATION OF PHYSICIANS OF INDIAN ORIGIN,

&

VIVEKANANDA YOGA UNIVERSITY (VAYU), USA.

 PRESENTS

INTERNATIONAL YOGACON USA JUNE 2021

Institutions

Our Mentors

David
Dr David Frawley
Dr H R Nagendra
Maharaja Dr Karan Singh
Ms. Nivedita Bhide

Honourable Guests

Shri Narendra Modi
Shri Mohan Bhagwat
Shri Dattatreya Hosabale

Program Director

Dr. Indranill Ray
Dr. Indranill Basu Ray

Co-Program Director

Dr. Darshan Mehta
Dr. Akshay Anand

Co-Program Director

rajshree
Dr. Rajashree Ray

Program Co-Ordinator

nirmalayabhattacharya
Shri. Nirmalya Bhattacharyya

Co-Program Co-Ordinator

gauravsingh
Mr. Gaurav Singh

Senior Advisors

subodhtiwari
Shri Subodh Tiwari
arun
Shri Arun Budhiraja
vktiwari
Prof VK Tiwari
vednanda
Prof. Ved Nanda
drravikanta
Prof Dr. Ravi Kant

Upcoming Conference

Eminent Speakers

cancer

Yoga does decrease suffering in cancer patients

Dr. Indranill Basu Ray

There has been a consistent rise in Cancer prevalence and incidences, a fact which has sent alarm bells ringing among the medical fraternity across the world.  At present, NCDs, including cancer, has become the leading cause of death, contributing to more than 70% of annual deaths worldwide. 

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covid-19

Invoking Grace, Courage and Healing: COVID-19 and Beyond

Dr Kavitha Chinnaiyan

The COVID-19 pandemic, like any other challenging situation, can become a portal for deepened inner practice through the application of an approach I call Devotional Pragmatism, which includes the following.

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Migraine: Understanding Holistic Management

India-The Global Destination For Higher Education