International Journal of Yogic, Human Movement and Sports Sciences
2018, Vol. 3 Issue 1, Part T
Yoga and naturopathy: The science of healthy living
AUTHOR(S): Dr. Miteshkumar G Vagh
The concepts and practices of Yoga originated in India about several thousand years ago. Its founders were great Saints and Sages. The great Yogis presented rational interpretation of their experiences of Yoga and brought about a practical and scientifically sound method within every one’s reach. Yoga today, is no longer restricted to hermits, saints, and sages; it has entered into our everyday lives and has aroused a worldwide awakening and acceptance in the last few decades. The science of Yoga and its techniques have now been reoriented to suit modern sociological needs and lifestyles. Naturopathy is a system of health care comprises a traditional system of healing based on philosophical principles vogue to ancient India. It has its own concepts of health and disease and also principles of treatment. Ancient scriptures like Vedas give a comprehensive detail about these practices. This system laid more importance on the preventive health rather than curative one. This is one of the reasons that Naturopathy system is gaining popularity day by day. Naturopathy is a science of health and healthy living. It teaches us how to live healthy? What to eat? And how our daily routine should be? And help a person in attaining freedom from disease and with the help of their regular use, positive and vigorous health can be acquired. The main objectives of Naturopathy are to change the unhealthy living habits of people and to teach them the healthy and positive lifestyle in accordance to the laws of Nature with the effective help of different Naturopathy modalities. In this paper the science behind Yoga and Naturopathy for healthy living is described.
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How to cite this article:
Dr. Miteshkumar G Vagh. Yoga and naturopathy: The science of healthy living. International Journal of Yogic, Human Movement and Sports Sciences. 2018; 3(1): 1125-1128.