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International Journal of Yogic, Human Movement and Sports Sciences

2018, Vol. 3 Issue 1, Part Q

Effects of Yoganidra and wellness training programme on selected habitual variables among paramilitary professionals

AUTHOR(S): AE Nelson Raj and Dr. P Anbalagan
ABSTRACT:
Aim: The purpose of this study was to find out the effects of Yoganidra and wellness training programme on selected habitual variables among paramilitary professionals.
Methodology: For the purpose of the study 320 Police Professionals were selected from Special Police Training College, Coimbatore, Tamil nadu were randomly selected as subjects and divided in four equal groups. Their age ranged from 30 to 45 years.
Statistical Tool: The collected data were statistically analyzed with One Way Repeated ANOVA to find out the significant improvement between four groups. The groups during the analysis period between Experimental group I (n=80) underwent Wellness training programme training (YNTG), Experimental group II (n=80) underwent Wellness training programme (WTPG), Experimental group III (n=80) underwent Combination of Yoganidra with Wellness training programme (CYNWTPG) for six days a week and for a duration of 24 weeks. Group IV acted as control group (CG) the criterion measure were tested for significance by applying One Way Repeated ANOVA test at 0.05 level it was considered as sufficient for the present study.
Procedures: The selected habitual variables were determined for the study.
Discussion: Selected Habitual variables were found to be significant.
Conclusion: These data indicate that the effects of Yoganidra and wellness training programme on selected habitual variables among paramilitary professionals as a program executed under stable conditions for analysis Selected Habitual variables. The subjects were free to withdraw their consent in case of feeling any discomfort during the period of their participation but there were no drop outs during the study.
Pages: 948-953  |  319 Views  6 Downloads
How to cite this article:
AE Nelson Raj and Dr. P Anbalagan. Effects of Yoganidra and wellness training programme on selected habitual variables among paramilitary professionals. International Journal of Yogic, Human Movement and Sports Sciences. 2018; 3(1): 948-953.
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