Lonavala: With the on-going battle between India and Covid-19, one of the oldest and pioneering institutes of scientific research & Yoga in Lonavla, Kaivalyadhama is all set to offer a COVID recovery program called Prabalatwam. This two week program is especially designed for the individuals who have recovered from COVID-19 and are looking to bounce back to their fighting fit health status, The program aims to improve lung capacity, provide total body detoxification, discover best efficiency and effectiveness in work and personal life and above all help in accessing peace and harmony within. The multi thronged approach of Yoga Therapy, Sattvic diet, Ayurvedic detoxification treatments and Naturopathy in a natural healing environment are the key highlights of Prabalatwam, The approach is personalized for each individual and focuses on building strength and internal healing. The results of the program are scientifically researched and documented to show the improvement in recovery condition through various tests like Spirometry, Sleep monitoring, Mental well-being etc.
Kaivalyadhama is rooted deep into the traditions of yoga and has been changing the lives of millions of people in India and across the globe. For the past 97 years, the practice of Yoga has been preserved and promoted in its traditional form by eminent Yoga Masters. Backed by scientific research the art of traditional yoga is being spread to people across India with centers at Lonavla, Mumbai, New Delhi, Jaipur, Rajkot and Bhopal. Kaivalyadhama is also taking traditional yoga to the world through its work in USA, China, France and Japan. The institute offers a variety of online and offline courses and conducts workshops which helps the individual with multiple health benefits and provides immense knowledge on traditional yoga.
Commenting on the launch of the Prabalatwam, Shri Subodh Tiwari, CEO says, “ Prabalatwam will help individuals bounce back to full recovery by improving the lung capacity of the individuals and boosting the immunity post detoxification. The Yoga therapy protocol also includes attitude forming practices of Yama and Niyama, individualized need based and tailor made psycho-physiological practices of Shuddhi Kriyas, Asana, Prayanama, Bandhas and Mudras.