Bilva: 27 & 28 July 2019 - Batch 2 (04:30 pm-08:30 pm): Understanding Psychoneuroimmunology

Time & Location

EVENT COMPLETED! 27 Jul, 4:30 pm IST – 28 Jul, 8:30 pm IST Damaru Yoga & Sound Therapy Studio, 17/194 Pooja Apartments, Nr Himmatlal park, Bimanagar, Ambawadi, Ahmedabad, Gujarat 380015, India

About The Event

Experience the spiritual cleansing via Yoga and the Scientific Approach with Mauli Bavisker:

In this workshop, we will study how yoga boosts melatonin, serotonin, GABA, DHEA, endorphins, growth hormone and more. Backed by research, we will explore how the ancient practice of yoga upgrades these critical brain and body chemicals known as neurotransmitters that are chemicals produced by neurons that send a message from neuron to neuron or from neuron to muscle and have big implications on our health and wellness. Tap into the world of Yogic Science and unveil how ancient practice of Yoga can affect neurotransmitters with the founder of Damaru – the sound of health. Join our celebration to take a spiritual leap and to understand how Yoga can contribute towards your mental, spiritual, and physical health. 

Mauli Bavisker- Certified Yoga Practitioner, designer and an international Yoga Teacher:

A Yoga Therapist by profession, Mauli Bavisker is trained in various prestigious yoga schools and ashrams. She is an international Yoga trainer and believes that being a teacher and a therapist, it is of prime importance to understand the human mechanisms at multiple levels. As much as she studies ancient texts and practices, she is equally interested in understanding the human anatomy, physiology and most importantly how the brain functions. She extensively updates herself in fields of neuroscience and psychology.

Damaru Yoga and Sound Therapy Studio as well as Damaru Foundation work hand in hand towards creating wellness in the society at large. While the studio is a professional organisation offering varied services in wellness, the foundation is a public charitable trust that aims to reach out to economically weaker sections of the society.