Yoga Therapy | Shri Jasnath Asan

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Yoga Therapy

The Benefits of a Yogic Lifestyle

Past research and programs have been conducted on the effects of the yogic lifestyle in the management of diabetes, and improved mental health and focus in prisoners. At present Shri Jasnath Asan is conducting individual case studies involving theoretical and applied research, in the areas of malnutrition, miscarriage, high blood pressure, chronic headache, and spinal damage. Future studies are planned in the following areas:

  • The effects of meditation and yog nidra in children suffering with epilepsy
  • The effects of yogic lifestyle training in drug de-addiction
  • 'Family planning' methods to help young, rural families prepare for healthier babies with yogic techniques
  • Intensive investigation into methods of yogic instruction that bridges the gap between modern man and ecology, in order to place more importance and action behind improving the health of our natural environment

Certified with International Association of Yoga Therapists


Our Yoga Therapy Mission

We seek to spread the knowledge of the nature-based traditions that has brought continued health to the Rajasthani people, though embedded in the harshest of environments. The theories and practices of this ancient world are still at play today, some obvious and others more subtle. With guidance and compassion the gap between the east and the west can be eliminated, marrying science with spirituality in our mutual pursuit of wellness - the truest form of the human body. The outcome of our yoga therapy work will be simple revelations aligning science and spirituality in a practice that can be enjoyed and passed from one generation to the next.


We are preparing to share our research and experience with the public in Hindi and English, documenting successes with diabetic patients and those suffering with chronic sciatic pain.

Brides, pregnant women and new mothers will also soon benefit from publications helping them reconsider the necessity of optimum nutrition and health for mother and child.

Upcoming Yoga Therapy Programs

If you, or someone you know could benefit from an intensive, residential workshop in the following ailments, please Contact Us with your information and we will alert you when the program opens for registration.

  • Miscarriage (newlyweds and family planning applicants also welcome)
  • Epilepsy
  • Chronic Headache

Yoga for Diabetes Camp, March 2014

After seven full days of instruction and practice, 50% of students' BP dropped significantly, their sleep and other functions normalized, and they reported a big improvement in their stress management ability - a leading antagonizer for hypertensiveness. Following the program students revisited the ashram to report that with continued asana practice and a healthy diet, they had lost weight, reduced medication and became more flexible.

Yoga for Diabetes Program Schedule(अनुसूची):

Time Event Location
5:45 Tea चाय
6:00 - 7:30 Yoga for Diabetes योग Yoga Hall
7:30 Breakfast ब्रेकफ़ास्ट Dining Hall
8:00-9:30 Free Time मुक्त
9:30-11:00 Lecture #1 Prevention & Management of Diabetes Mellitus व्याख्यान Yoga Hall
11:00 Lunch & Rest लंच + आराम Dining Room
3:00-4:00 Lecture #2 Yogic Practices for Diabetes व्याख्यान Yoga Hall
4:00 Yoga Stretching योग Yoga Hall
4:30 Tea चाय Yoga Hall
4:30-5:00 Yoga Nidra योग Yoga Hall
5:00 Free Time मुक्त
6:30 Dinner डिनर Dining Room
7:30 Puja पूजा Temple
8:00 Satsang + Tea सत्संग + चाय Front Garden
10:00 Retire & Lights Out नींद

Sciatica Program, August 2014

Sciatica patients joined us every weekend for a month, learning the mechanics of the spine in relation to chronic sciatic nerve pain in the leg. They learned an asana program to repeat twice daily, and took the printed practice home with them. After one month, several participants reported their pain had decreased by more than 50%. Continued monitoring and individual care was provided.