What happens inside our body and in our mind when we do Yogic exercises? Why do we benefit from the Asana, Pranayama and meditative exercises? This unique medico-psychological exposition will bring new understanding and scientific reassurance to the Yogic practitioners. A simplified introduction to the forbidding Sanskrit and Medical terms that abound Yogic LIterature will also prove helpful. It is a practical guide of thirty-minute-a-day-to healthy living through scientific exercises.
About the Author:
S.DUTTA RAY is a Senior Fellow of the Indian Psychiatric Society and a member of Royal College of Psychiatrists, London. He has been a pioneer in the field of adult and child psychiatry and psychotherapy in North India. His personal association with Yoga over the last five decades is amply reflected in this psycho-somatic exposition.