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Dhamya Sports and Yoga Academy ties hands with Intl. Conference on Yoga for Global Well-Being

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  • Four-day international conference kicks off today at National Institute of Sports Science


At a time when human beings are experiencing severe stress due to their fast paced lifestyle, yoga is receiving worldwide attention for its proven therapeutic results. In this contextthe National Institute of Sports Science Sri Lanka, together with Hanuman ViyayamPrasarak Mandal, Amaravati India and the Dhamya Sports and Yoga Academy Sri Lanka has organised aone-of-its-kindyoga festival.The four-day international conference will see yoga practicals, yoga competitions and a yoga conference to be held from 9-12 February at the National Institute of Sports Science. 

The conference and pre-conference workshops will be participated by at least 100Indian yoga practitioners, together with local yoga practitioners, gurus and students of yoga. There are several different activities arranged which makes this international conference unique. 

Themes such as yoga for sports and health, yoga as a therapeutic modality, neuropathy, diet and Ayurveda, educationand the global recognition of yoga will be discussed in various sub forums.9-10 February will be the pre-conference workshop, which is exclusively reserved for pranayama, whichis focusing on the breath and the benefits one could get in practicing simple pranayamas on a daily basis. We welcome you all to this innovative event. 

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