Davangere Pranik Healing Center will conduct a special workshop for children to enable them to use their complete memory power by doing super brain yoga.
It uses a simple yet effective technique to energise and recharge the brain. “A similar workshop was conducted for few students from 2005 to 2006 at an institution in Davangere. After teaching ‘super brain yoga’ for about three months, these students scored much higher in their class X exams,” said T Vishwananth, founder chairman of the Pranik Healing Center.
Super brain yoga is a part of Pranik healing, which does not rely on any medicine or physical treatment to cure the illness. Also known as Ganeshyoga, this form of yoga activates the neurons. In ancient times, it was practised by saints only. Grand Master Choha Kok Sui said, “The great Indian rishis developed a technique to increase the intelligence of people based on the principle of ear acupuncture; unfortunately the proper technique on how to do this exercise has been distorted and lost. To understand this, it is important to explain new scientific concepts. “
Geenn Joseph Mendoza, the director of Neonatology at Samaritan Hospital, US. “The electrophalographic study conducted after a session of Super Brain Yoga showed increased amplitude in the parieto-occipital region of the brain following the brain exercise.”
The workshop has been conducted in various educational institutions across the world. The next work shop will be conducted on January 22 at Cubbon Park. For more details contact: 98451 724