Shake it off: Coimbatore centre introduces Dance Yoga, claims it can cure diabetes

A yoga Centre in Coimbatore has introduced 'Dance Yoga', which contain simple and special exercised that can reportedly cure complications

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Shake it off: Coimbatore centre introduces Dance Yoga, claims it can cure diabetes

Coimbatore: A yoga Centre in Coimbatore has introduced 'Dance Yoga', which contain simple and special exercised that can reportedly cure complications like joint pain, migraine and even diabetes.

This new branch of yoga is taught along with exercises like walking yoga, breathing exercises, meditation plus nature cure, acupuncture and acupressure, Zen Yoga Centre founder, Soundararajan told reporters in Coimbatore on Monday.

Shake it off Coimbatore centre introduces Dance Yoga claims it can cure diabetes

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Demonstrating the new yoga, with music playing in the background, he said dance yoga would give one a feeling of freshness both to the body and the mind.

It is being imparted to people by dividing them into small groups, since it comprises hata yoga, dyanamic breathing, meditation, diet and counseling, he said.

The Centre, which is also giving treatment, based on the fundamental to dispose of human waste from the body and to build up resistance to diseases, he said.

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