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Month-long yoga camps in three districts

By The Assam Tribune

GUWAHATI, May 23 - State Chief Secretary VK Pipersenia has put emphasis on regular yoga practice to maintain positive health. �Yoga will bring the bliss of our age-old scientific knowledge of physical, mental, emotional intellectual and spiritual health,� he said while inaugurating month-long free yoga treatment cum training camps in Kamrup (Metro), Kamrup (South) and Dibrugarh districts at a centrally organised function at Vivekananda Kendra Auditorium here on May 21.

The Yoga Culture and Yoga Therapy Centre will conduct the yoga camps as part of the month-long observance of the Second International Day of Yoga , with financial assistance from the Central Council for Research in Yoga and Naturopathy under Ministry of AYUSH.

Dr Hitesh Deka, Vice Chancellor, KK Handique State Open University, the chief guest of the function, also stressed the need to spread the knowledge of yoga with a scientific temperament at different academic levels. KKHSOU has already started a PG Diploma in Yoga and Naturopathy from last year.

Dr Lakshmanan S, Director of AYUSH and Member Secretary (EB), State AYUSH Society, Assam as the guest of honour, also spoke about the importance of regular yoga practice. Subhasish, founder president, Indian Yoga Culture and Yoga Therapy Centre, presided over the function.

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Month-long yoga camps in three districts

GUWAHATI, May 23 - State Chief Secretary VK Pipersenia has put emphasis on regular yoga practice to maintain positive health. �Yoga will bring the bliss of our age-old scientific knowledge of physical, mental, emotional intellectual and spiritual health,� he said while inaugurating month-long free yoga treatment cum training camps in Kamrup (Metro), Kamrup (South) and Dibrugarh districts at a centrally organised function at Vivekananda Kendra Auditorium here on May 21.

The Yoga Culture and Yoga Therapy Centre will conduct the yoga camps as part of the month-long observance of the Second International Day of Yoga , with financial assistance from the Central Council for Research in Yoga and Naturopathy under Ministry of AYUSH.

Dr Hitesh Deka, Vice Chancellor, KK Handique State Open University, the chief guest of the function, also stressed the need to spread the knowledge of yoga with a scientific temperament at different academic levels. KKHSOU has already started a PG Diploma in Yoga and Naturopathy from last year.

Dr Lakshmanan S, Director of AYUSH and Member Secretary (EB), State AYUSH Society, Assam as the guest of honour, also spoke about the importance of regular yoga practice. Subhasish, founder president, Indian Yoga Culture and Yoga Therapy Centre, presided over the function.