DEPARTMENT OF BIOCHEMISTRY
DEPARTMENT OF NATUROPATHY
DEPARTMENT OF YOGA
DEPARTMENT OF PATHOLOGY
DEPARTMENT OF MICROBIOLOGY
DEPARTMENT OF DIAGNOSTIC METHODS IN NATUROPATHY
DEPARTMENT OF MODERN DIAGNOSTIC METHODS
DEPARTMENT OF PHARMACOLOGY
DEPARTMENT OF FORENSIC MEDICINE & TOXICOLOGY
DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY MEDICINE
DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHOLOGY & BASIC PSYCHIATRY
DEPARTMENT OF OBSTETRICS & GYNECOLOGY
DEPARTMENT OF NUTRITION & DIETETICS
DEPARTMENT OF MANIPULATIVE THERAPY
DEPARTMENT OF HYDROTHERAPY & CLAY THERAPY
DEPARTMENT OF ACUPUNCTURE
DEPARTMENT OF MINOR SURGERY, FIRST AID & EMERGENCY MEDICINE
DEPARTMENT OF HOSPITAL MANAGEMENT
DEPARTMENT OF YOGA
Yoga is a branch of alternative medicine that focuses on the practice of yoga as a means of promoting physical, mental, and spiritual health. Yoga is an ancient practice that originated in India and has become increasingly popular around the world. Yoga in the Yoga Department includes a variety of physical postures, breathing exercises, and meditation techniques. These practices are designed to improve flexibility, strength, balance, and overall physical fitness. Additionally, yoga is believed to reduce stress and anxiety, improve mood and mental clarity, and promote spiritual growth and well-being. The Yoga Department offers a range of classes and workshops for people of all ages and skill levels. These classes are led by trained yoga instructors who are skilled in guiding students through yoga poses and techniques, and who can help students develop a personalized yoga practice that meets their individual needs and goals.
Research in the Yoga Department is focused on exploring the health benefits of yoga and developing new approaches to yoga-based therapy. Yoga is being increasingly recognized as a valuable complementary therapy for a range of health conditions, including chronic pain, anxiety and depression, and cardiovascular disease.
Overall, the Yoga Department plays a critical role in promoting physical, mental, and spiritual health through the practice of yoga. Its emphasis on mindfulness, meditation, and self-awareness makes it a valuable addition to the healthcare system.