We will also be published papers not indexed and Yoga Dissertations of SVYASA students. Use this section of Yoga Alliance's website to learn more about scientific research on the effects of yoga on the elderly, respiratory function, anxiety, and depression, to name a few.

Welcome to the Yoga Research section! Apart from revitalizing the mind, Yoga rejuvenate s the body as well. Following is a list of some of the highlights of research work conducted at The Yoga Institute. One of the most prominent benefits of Yoga is the ability to be young once again. At the Institute, all teachings are based on the scriptures such as Yoga Sutras. Yoga Researchcontains Indexed Research Papers in Yoga, Meditation, Pranayama and other related techniques. Through randomized trials, reviews and other studies, we are learning more about the effect yoga can have on different aspects of our physical and mental health. Research into yoga continues to reveal the health benefits it can have, supporting the case for its use in health care.

Emphasis is on Yamas (restraints), Niyamas (observances), Bhavas (attitudes), balance of mind, spiritual values and non-materialism. This section is a collection of all our Yoga Research efforts!

Perhaps more than ever, yoga is being widely studied and evaluated for its positive effects and benefits. Svyasa has been pioneering Research in Yoga.