DJJS Batala branch in Punjab organized three days empowering and energizing Yoga Camp -‘विलक्षण योग शिविर’ and an ‘Ayurvedic Health Camp’ at Old Dana Mandi, G. T. Road, Gurdaspur from 28th to 30th June 2019.
DJJS ‘Vilakshan Yog Shivir’ is a special camp which enumerates the significance and importance of ‘Yoga and Pranayama’; in overall healing of the body and attainment of perfect equilibrium and harmony. The yoga camp covers yogasans, pranayama, relaxation techniques, meditation as well as ayurvedic health care tips etc.
Over 500 people were rejuvenated with their participation in this yoga camp, wherein Yogacharya Swami Vigyananand ji, disciple of head and founder of DJJS – Shri Ashutosh Maharaj Ji, undertook Yoga and Pranayama sessions for the consecutive three days in early hours of morning. He sensitized the participants about the health benefits and significance of traditional wisdom of Yoga and Ayurveda as well. Over two hours of yoga session, the participants were taught various Asanas and Pranayama Techniques for better health and well-being. Swami ji also generated mass awareness over the need for physical, mental, and spiritual well-being and talked about various ayurvedic home remedies for common ailments. The session ended with ‘Om chanting’ and recitation of mantras such as ‘Sarve Bhavantu Sukhinah…’ and ‘Shanti path’ (peace prayer) seeking health, peace and harmony for all.
Along with Yoga Camp, a two hour long ‘Ayurvedic Health Checkup camp’ was also organized simultaneously to promote traditional methods of Ayurvedic Treatment and sensitize masses on the effectiveness of Ayurveda as a natural course of complete health & well-being. Ayuvedacharya Dr. Jai Prakash provided free consultancy and diagnosis to the registered patients. Special arrangements have been made in the camp to checkup the blood pressure and blood sugar. Well researched Ayurvedic medicines & products were made available to patients at concessional price.
Print media covered this event in ‘Dainik Bhaskar’, ‘Uttam Hindu’, ‘Punjab Kesari’, ‘Dainik Jagran’ and ‘Dainik Savera’ newspapers