A study of the health benefits of the Yoga Prana Vidya healing camp conducted at YPV Ashram in December 2022

Authors

  • Jayachander Reddy Neravetla Founder and President, Sri Ramana Trust, Thally, Tamil Nadu, India
  • Venkata Satyanarayana Nanduri YPV Ashram, Sri Ramana Trust, Thally, Tamil Nadu, India

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.18203/2394-6040.ijcmph20241491

Keywords:

Community Health, Yoga Prana Vidya ®, YPV®, YPV Healing Camps

Abstract

Background: Several YPV Healing Camp programmes in the past have assisted people of all ages in treating and resolving their current health problems and lowering their chance of developing future chronic illnesses, which typically begin early and get worse with age. This paper presents one such camp and its outcomes successfully conducted at the YPV Ashram in December 2022.

Methods: An interventional method for evaluating the outcomes of this camp is used. Patients’ data was collected before and after this camp by a team of 6 YPV healers who performed healing services using YPV protocols. The patient sample consisted of 29 adults (20 female and 9 male) from various places in the country who registered their voluntary participation.

Results: Measured parameters such as body weight (Wt.), body mass index (BMI), V Fat, waist circumference, blood pressure (both Systolic and diastolic), and O2 saturation showed statistically significant improvements for the group. The patients experienced considerable improvements in their conditions such as pain in various parts of the body, and other physiological, psychological, and mental health issues.

Conclusions: The key success aspects of the YPV healing and wellness camps are the teamwork, preparation and scheduling, expertise, competence, and dedication of the healers. The Yoga Prana Vidya method, as a supplementary and alternative medicine, has had such an impact on the healthcare system that those who have sought this therapeutic system have experienced it well. More research is recommended on this topic utilizing suitable techniques and samples.

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Published

2024-05-30

How to Cite

Neravetla, J. R., & Nanduri, V. S. (2024). A study of the health benefits of the Yoga Prana Vidya healing camp conducted at YPV Ashram in December 2022. International Journal Of Community Medicine And Public Health, 11(6), 2312–2316. https://doi.org/10.18203/2394-6040.ijcmph20241491

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