The Rotary Club of Cuttack Mahanagar recently partnered with Jagadguru Kripalu Yoga Naturopathy Hospital (JKYNH) to organise a seminar on “Stress Management through Yoga & Naturopathy.” The event was held on February 4th, 2024, at 9:00 AM, at the Union Club in Chandanichowk, Cuttack, and attracted a diverse audience keen on exploring holistic approaches to wellness.

Esteemed guests, including Dr Ramesh Chandra Patnaik, Director of Health and Event Coordinator, and Mrs Santosh Taneja, the Chartered President of Rotary E-Club of Silicon Valley Health and Wellness, District 5170, invited by the Rotary Club of Cuttack Mahanagar, graced the seminar. Their presence added a touch of distinction to the event, emphasising the importance of collaboration in promoting health and well-being.

Dr. GN Bhabani Prasad, Chief Medical Officer of JKYNH, delivered a detailed presentation on curing and preventing chronic diseases through yoga and naturopathy. The seminar attendees responded positively, reflecting an increasing interest in alternative healthcare modalities prioritising holistic healing.

Attendees benefitted from the medical team’s expertise as they examined several guests and recommended further treatment at Jagadguru Naturopathy Hospital in the Banki area. This personalised approach to healthcare underscores JKYNH’s commitment to providing comprehensive wellness solutions tailored to individual needs.

Dr. Khyathi Kiran, an Intern at JKYNH, demonstrated yoga techniques to relieve stress and promote overall well-being, further enriching the seminar. Her insightful presentation resonated with attendees, inspiring them to incorporate yoga into their daily routines for improved mental and physical health.

In conclusion, the “Stress Management through Yoga & Naturopathy” seminar organised by Jagadguru Kripalu Yoga Naturopathy Hospital in partnership with the Rotary Club of Cuttack Mahanagar was a resounding success. The event, attended by a whole house, showcased the transformative potential of holistic wellness practices and served as a testament to the power of collaboration in promoting health and happiness within the community.

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