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NETAJI SUBHASH CHANDRA BOSE
INDIAN CULTURAL CENTRE 
HIGH COMMISSION OF INDIA, KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA
YOGA

Yoga is an ancient cultural heritage of India which was born and developed several thousand years ago. Yoga is the science of life and the art of living. It offers us simple, easy remedies and techniques and methods of health and hygiene to assure physical and mental fitness with a minimum of time, effort and expense. The Science of Yoga and its techniques have now been re-oriented to suit modern sociological needs and lifestyle. Experts in modern medical science are realizing the role of these techniques in the prevention of disease and promotion of health. World wide it has emerged as the best known and respected form of Health Management because it works on both the mind and the body at the same time. These can be promoted by different yogic techniques e.g. Postures, Breathing techniques, Relaxation, Concentration, Meditation, Self analysis, Positive thoughts, etc.


Yoga posturesYoga postures:  Yogic postures movements are designed in such a way that they work on more than one aspect of the body at a same time e.g. brain, spine, glands, internal organs, muscles etc. Its gentle squeezing action stimulate and increase blood supply to different  parts with less effort and economy of time which really helps to rejuvenate and balance the mind and body. The different postures are Sun salutation, forward bending postures, backward bending postures, sideways bending postures, twisting postures, inverted, balancing and meditational postures which stimulate the flow of Prana / Chi throughout the body.


Yogic BreathingYogic Breathing: The state of mind is directly connected to breathing. The quality of our breath influences the state of our mind and vice-versa. Yoga breathing techniques are called Pranayama which has cultivated and refined by the yogis over thousands of years not only alter the speed, rhythm and space of the breath but also alter the state of mind.Yogic Breathing techniques provide a regular supply of oxygenated blood to different parts of the body including the brain. Oxygenated blood is food for the brain. The brain uses at least 20% of the oxygen which is responsible for clarity, focus and creativity. Breathing practice balances the autonomic nervous system including both the left and right part of brain and provides the doorway to productive meditation.


RelaxationRelaxation Practice: Yoga Nidra which is called psychic sleep/ yogic sleep/ conscious deep sleep is probably the best most powerful known technique to induce complete physical, mental and emotional relaxation. It is a science of relaxation which enables us to dive deep into the realms of sub-conscious mind thereby releasing all tensions. Yoga Nidra takes us through all four of our natural brainwave patterns. In a world of information overload, this practice offers us a haven of silence and return to stillness with rejuvenates the body and mind. It decreases our metabolism, rate of breathing, heart rate, blood pressure and prevents psychosomatic diseases.


Concentration  practice Concentration practice: The Yoga of Sight (TRATAKA), a concentration practice helps to coordinate the impulses of the sensory and motor nerves, which assist in producing a state of calmness and tranquility. It is a very effective way of withdrawing from external stress, tension, distractions and allowing the brain to enter a relaxed and highly beneficial alpha state.



Self  AnalysisSelf Analysis: Self analysis which is called SWADHYAYA (study of self) is a systematic attempt by an individual to understand his or her own personality, emotions and behavior without the aid of another person. By developing the capability to distinguish within oneself good and bad tendencies, an individual is able to improve. Through self-analysis, it is possible for an individual to analyze what short-comings are impeding him/her. By working with self-analysis we will be able to shift our focus from blaming the factors that we cannot control to ourselves, ability to learn from mistakes, help us solve the ethical problems that abound in the workplace today and handle pressure better.

 

MeditationMeditation: Meditation is a means of transforming the mind. Meditation involves achieving a state of 'thoughtless awareness' in which the excessive stress producing activity of the mind is neutralized without reducing alertness and effectiveness. Research has scientifically proven that meditation is a safe and simple way to balance our physical, emotional, and mental state. Meditation is an approach that anyone can use to help them cope with medical problems, stress and anxiety.

YOGA Teacher:

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Mr. Khemchand B. Gupta is a motivated yoga teacher, therapist with advanced training in yoga and specialization in Ashtanga principles. He always inspires his aspirant to improve wellness and commit to long term health and fitness. He has 18 years teaching experience in the field of yoga at national and international level .After completing Master’s degree in science (AUA) , He had studied Diploma in yoga education ( G.S. College ,Kaivalyadhama ,Lonavla) , kriya yoga under the guidance of his revered guruji swami Maheshanand (spiritual head of institute) and still in contact. He has knowledge of acupressure also .He has worked as yoga teacher for three years (2008 -2011) at Indian cultural centre , High Commission of India , Georgetown ,Guyana. His lecture series on management of ailments such as (Asthma, Diabetes and Heart etc.) through yoga, extremely popular throughout Guyana as well as rotary club Guyana too. He has been deputed in Kabul, Afghanistan to conduct 1st International day of yoga by Govt of India. Contact no: 017-2405146

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Topic: Stress & Anger Management through Yoga
Date: 21st May, 2017
Venue: Greentown Society ,Ipoh,Malaysia.

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18th May, 2017
Venue: Management & Science University ( Shah Alam)
Topic: Yoga for Pharmacy Students

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Yoga for students at Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan Bandar Baru Ampang by Mr. Khemchand B. Gupta Yoga Teacher at NSCBICC on 18th March, 2017

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2nd Batch Yoga Teacher Training Course
Valedictory Ceremony 18th December,2016
at
Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Indian Cultural Centre
High Commission of India, Kuala Lumpur

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Chief Guest His Excellency Shri. T.S. Tirumurti, High Commissioner of India to Malaysia addressing at the event.

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Mr Gunasekaran ,Secretary GOPIO Malaysia,

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Ms.Sujata Nandy, Editor in Chief of “Yoga Life” Yoga Magazine

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Dr Gopesh Mangal of National Institute of Ayurveda,Ministry of AYUSH, Govt of India giving lecture on the topic – “Stress Management”.

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Dr.N.S.Senthilkumar of Malaysian National University(UKM) conducting workshop on the topic-“Human body and Yogasana”.

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Mr Ajaya Kumar Sahoo , Yoga teacher of NSCBICC conducting workshop on “ Yogic Management of Diabetes”

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Students sharing their learning experience in this course

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Students sharing their learning experience in this course

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H.E. T.S. Tirumurti presenting the Yoga Teachers Training Course certificates to the student teachers.

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H.E. T.S. Tirumurti presenting the Yoga Teachers Training Course certificates to the student teachers.

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H.E. T.S. Tirumurti presenting the Yoga Teachers Training Course certificates to the student teachers.

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H.E. T.S. Tirumurti presenting the Yoga Teachers Training Course certificates to the student teachers.

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H.E. T.S. Tirumurti presenting the Yoga Teachers Training Course certificates to the student teachers.

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Group photo session after distribution of certificates by High Commissioner

9-Weeks Yoga Teacher Training Course from 11th September 2016 to 6th November 2016

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Thiruvallur Hall,Port Klang,Selangor,Malaysia

by NSCBICC Yoga Teacher A.K.Saho

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9-Weeks Yoga Teacher Training Course
Valedictory Ceremony 27th November, 2016 at
Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Indian Cultural Centre
High Commission of India, Kuala Lumpur

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Chief Guest His Excellency Shri. T.S. Tirumurti, High Commissioner of India to Malaysia addressing at the event.

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Chairman GOPIO Malaysia, Mr Selvarajoo Sundram

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Mr Krishnan , President of Atmasiva Ashram, Port Klang

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Dr Gopesh Mangal of National Institute of Ayurveda,Ministry of AYUSH,Govt of India giving lecture on the topic – Dincharaya (Ayurvedic approach to healthy life)

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Mr Ajaya Kumar Sahoo , Yoga teacher of NSCBICC conducting workshop on Meditation.

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Students sharing their learning experience in this course

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Students sharing their learning experience in this course

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H.E. T.S. Tirumurti presenting the Yoga Teachers Training Course certificates to the student teachers.

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H.E. T.S. Tirumurti presenting the Yoga Teachers Training Course certificates to the student teachers.

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Group photo session after distribution of certificates by High Commissioner

List of Yoga Workshops

1. Yoga for Positive Health 2. Yoga for Stress Management
3. Yoga for Women 4. Yoga for Students (age16+)
5. Yoga for Concentration and Memory Development 6. Yoga for Sports Proficiency
7. Yoga for Weight Management (Obesity) 8. Yoga for Mind and its Management
9. Yoga for Emotional Quotient (EQ) 10. Yoga for Corporate executives
11. Yoga for Personality Development 12. Yoga for Elderly people
13. Yoga for Dancers 14. Yoga for Diabetes
15. Yoga for Hypertension/High blood pressure 16. Yoga for Back problem
17. Yoga for Asthma 18. Yoga for Rheumatoid arthritis
19. Yoganidra 20. Pranayama
21. Meditation

The Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Indian Cultural Centre (NSCBICC), the Cultural Wing of the High Commission of India in Kuala Lumpur, is conducting Yoga workshops without any fees .Interested institutions/Organisation can contact NSCBICC in this connection.

Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose
Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Indian Cultural Centre , Kuala Lumpur
Menara Sentral Vista 
No 17-2 & 17-3A 
No 150 Jalan Sultan Abdul Samad
50470 Brickfields 
Kuala Lumpur
Tel:  03-22763492

 



High Commission of India, Kuala Lumpur
celebrates
2nd International Day of Yoga
at Cheras Stadium, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
19th June, 2016


L to R H.E. High Commissioner of India to Malaysia Shri T.S Tirumurti, H.E. Datuk Seri Dr. S.Subramaniam, Minister of Health of Malaysia and Indian Tennis legend Padama Bhushan Shri Ramanathan Krishnan at IDY 2016 Cheras Stadium.


Shri. Nikhilesh Giri Deputy High Commissioner of India to Malaysia honoring H.E. Datuk Seri Dr. S.Subramaniam, Minister of Health of Malaysia and Indian Tennis legend Padama Bhushan Shri Ramanathan Krishnan at IDY 2016 Cheras Stadium.


Chief Guest  His Excellency Datuk Seri Dr. S.Subramaniam, Honorable Health Minister of Malaysia, addressing the Yoga practitioners.


H.E Shri. T.S. Tirumurti, High Commissioner of India to Malaysia addressing at the event.


Guest of Honour Padma Bhushan Shri Ramanathan Krishnan addressing at the event.


IDY 2016: H.E. High Commissioner of India presents a special Commemoration Volume of coffee table book on Yoga to the Chief Guest H.E. Datuk Seri Dr. S Subramaniam. This yoga book brought out by the Government of India on the various events all over the world held on the occasion of the 1st International Day of Yoga- 2015 which has got stunning pictures and narrative, including from Malaysia.


H.E. High Commissioner of India to Malaysia Shri T.S Tirumurti & H.E. Datuk Seri Dr. S.Subramaniam, Minister of Health of Malaysia at the 2nd International Day of Yoga – 2016 at Kuala Lumpur


Shri. Ajaya Kumar Sahoo,  Yoga Teacher  of  the Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Indian Cultural Centre, High Commission of India , Kuala Lumpur  took the lead and conducted  several Yogasana, Pranayama and Meditation as per the Common Yoga Protocol.


IDY-2016: 500 participants took part in Yoga celebration: Cheras Stadium,
Kuala Lumpur


IDY 2016: Manas Yoga presents yoga dance at Cheras Stadium

Press Clippings on IDY,2016

Yoga photographs by NSCBICC Yoga students for the curtain raiser events of 2nd International Day of Yoga, Sunday 19th June, 2016 at Cheras Stadium, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Yoga photographs by NSCBICC Yoga students for the curtain raiser events of 2nd International Day of Yoga, Sunday 19th June, 2016 at Cheras Stadium, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Yoga photographs by NSCBICC Yoga students for the curtain raiser events of 2nd International Day of Yoga, Sunday 19th June, 2016 at Cheras Stadium, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

 

Yoga workshops in Malaysia by Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Indian Cultural Centre High Commission of Indian, Kuala Lumpur

Yoga workshop on “Breathing Exercise” at NSCBICC, KL on 31st May, 2014
Yoga workshop on “Yoga Nidra” at NSCBICC KL on 28th June, 2014
A talk on Yoga for Cancer Patients & Survivors , by Can survive Centre Malaysia Berhad on16th August 2014, at Malaysian Association for the Blind (MAB),Brickfields
Yoga For Cancer at Fraser’s Hill-Organised by-Cancerlink Foundation,Petaling Jaya on 28th&29th September 2014
Yoga Workshop for Health on 5th October,2014 Organised by- Greentown Indian Cultural Society, Ipoh
Yoga Workshop on Trataka – Concentrated Gazing (Drishtiyoga: The Yoga of Sight) at NSCBICC 15th November, 2014
Yoga Workshop at The Star Pitt St. in Geroge Town, Penang. Jointly organized by Think City and Indian Cultural centre on 21st December, 2014
Yoga Workshop on “YOGA FOR STRESS MANAGEMENT”- 28th December 2014 at Temple of Fine Arts, Kuala Lumpur
Yoga Workshop on “Yoga for Positive Health” & “Yoga for Stress Management” on 10th January,2015 at the AIMST University, Kedah
Yoga Workshop on “YOGIC MANAGEMENT OF LOW BACK PAIN”- 31st January 2015 at Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Indian Cultural Centre, Kuala Lumpur.
Yoga Workshop on “YOGA FOR STUDENTS”- 1st February 2015, at SMK Vivekananda, Brickfields, Kuala Lumpur
Yoga Workshop on “YOGA FOR HYPERTENSION” -21st March 2015 at Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Indian Cultural Centre, Kuala Lumpur.
Yoga Workshop On “YOGA FOR STUDENTS”- 22nd March 2015, at SJKT, Vivekananda, Jln Templer, Pataling Jaya
Yoga Workshop on “YOGA FOR STRESS MANAGEMENT” on 4th April, 2015 at the AIMST University, Kedah.
Yoga Workshop on “YOGA FOR DIABETES”- 30th May 2015, at Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Indian Cultural Centre, Kula Lumpur.
An Introduction of Yoga – a talk by Ajaya Kumar Sahoo, NSCBICC yoga teacher and Demonstrations of Yogasanas and Artistic Yoga by the students of Malaysian Yoga Sports Association (MYSA) on Sunday, 7th June 2015.
An Introduction of Yoga – a talk by Ajaya Kumar Sahoo, NSCBICC yoga teacher and Demonstrations of Yogasanas and Artistic Yoga by the students of Malaysian Yoga Sports Association (MYSA) on Sunday, 7th June 2015.
Workshop on “YOGA FOR DANCERS” -at NSCBICC ,KL for the students of Apsara Ram Gopal’s gurukul Kshetra Academy, on 7th June, 2015
Workshop on “YOGA FOR HEALTHY LIVING” at NSCBICC, KL for the Maharashtra Mandal, Malaysia on 14 June, 2015.
Workshop on “MEDITATION” -26th July, 2015, at NSCBICC, KL
Workshop on "MEDITATION" at Samkkya Yoga Studio, No.4 A Lorong Rahim Kajai, 14 (TTDI), Kuala Lumpur on Saturday, August, 29, 2015.
Workshop on “YOGA”- 11th October, 2015 at the Sabah Indian association, Kota Kinabalu, Sabha.
Yoga Workshop on “YOGA NIDRA - (Altered State of Consciousness)” at NSCBICC, Kl on 25th Oct 2015

 

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