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Patanjali Yoga Training and Research Centre (PYTRC)


Patanjali Yoga Training and Research Centre (PYTRC)

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About This Yoga School

Morarji Desai National Institute of Yoga has accredited Pathanjali Yoga Training and Research Centre (PYTRC) Charitable Society as its wellness centre in Ernakulam District. We conduct various courses for general public. Also, we are associated with international Yoga University S-VYASA since 2010. We conduct around 7 university courses under S-Vyasa university. We offer Daily Yoga Training in our centre for regular practitioners of Yoga.

The modern lifestyle is often characterized by long working hours, hectic schedules, constant connectivity, and high expectations, leading to chronic stress and its wide-ranging implications. From bustling cities to remote rural communities, people from all walks of life are grappling with the detrimental effects of stress. Understanding the prevalence and impact of stress in today’s world is crucial for addressing its consequences and promoting well-being on a global scale. In this discussion, we will explore the widespread nature of stress in modern life and its implications for individuals, communities, and society as a whole.

The challenges of daily life can often lead to stress, which in turn requires our bodies to maintain a state of balance, known as homeostasis. This process involves the activation of various mechanisms in the brain, endocrine system, and immune system, collectively referred to as allostasis or “stability through change.” However, prolonged exposure to stress can disrupt the functioning of the Hypothalamus-Pituitary-Adrenocortical (HPA) axis, resulting in altered levels of the stress hormone cortisol. High and continuous levels of cortisol can penetrate the blood-brain barrier and affect the structure of certain brain regions such as the hippocampus, amygdala, prefrontal cortex, and hypothalamus. These changes can have an impact on the learning and thinking abilities of individuals experiencing chronic stress.

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