Joy Jangdhari

 Author/ Speaker

Ceo of-Joy Events 


Yoga Therapist 

Yoga Therapy is a type of therapy that uses yoga postures, breathing exercises, meditation, and guided imagery to improve mental and physical health,  The holistic focus of yoga therapy encourages the integration of mind, body. 

it is vital to understand how yoga has contributed to human development during there unique history.  While the most advanced thinkers of the west developed the physical science to improve the outward state of humanity the yogi developed the science of the mind to improve the inward state of humanity.  Improving the emotional and moral response of the mind was their goal. To transform patterns of thinking and alter patterns of acting by conquering anger, aggression, greed,  pride, jealousy even subdued states of physical discomfort.  The technique they developed to achieve these results are only now being recognized and learned by western study of the brain central to the tradition of the yogis the passing down of extensive teachings and regarded practices both body and mind.  What is it that defines a yogi and how are they different from any other monk?  A yogi is a person who has profound experiential understanding a true nature of all phenomena.  Training the mind to be always at ease and at peace.  Also to put an end to the suffering to cyclic condition, in order to do that a yogi has to train his or her mind to counter all the negative emotions and strive to generate positive energy.   Keeping the mind from going everywhere is precisely the challenge in meditation. The beginning premise is the untrained mind is like a raging elephant out of control.  The yogi's initial task is to slowly put reins on the fleeting erratic thoughts of the mind using specific tools the repetition of core beliefs mantras and exercise to empty the mind of conceptual thoughts.  Mastery over the five senses.