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The Yoga Department at SRV Hospital was set up as an ode to the ancient Indian practice that was developed by sages and seers who sought to improve human well-being and fulfillment. Today, modern science is recognizing the many benefits of yoga, and it is increasingly being recommended by medical professionals, psychologists, and therapists.  
SRV Hospital’s Yoga Department promotes a holistic approach to living that works on all aspects of the self, including the physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual, to bring them into balance and harmony. This helps individuals function in a healthy and holistic manner. Research has shown that a significant percentage of disorders originate from a disturbed mind, and yoga is the only discipline that promotes both mental and physical health. As Indians, we should take pride in this ancient science and experience its benefits in our own lives.
SRV Hospital is proud to share that we have a Yoga Department at our hospital in Mumbai to facilitate mental and physical treatments.

At SRV Hospitals we believe in a holistic approach to health and wellness. The Yoga department at our Mumbai Hospitals is one such example


Yoga is a mind-body practice that originated in ancient India and has gained popularity in recent years for its numerous health benefits. A yoga department or yoga therapy program can offer yoga as a complementary therapy to address a variety of physical and mental health conditions. The conditions that can be dealt with by a yoga department may include:

The yoga department can offer a variety of yoga practices, including physical postures (asanas), breathing techniques (pranayama), meditation, and relaxation techniques. The yoga practices are tailored to each individual’s specific needs and may be performed individually or in a group setting. A qualified yoga therapist can work in conjunction with other healthcare providers to provide a holistic approach to health and wellness.

Scope & Need

The scope of the Yoga Department at SRV Hospitals is to provide patients with a holistic approach to healing and wellness. Yoga is a comprehensive science that works on the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual aspects of an individual. The practice of yoga can have many benefits such as reducing stress, improving flexibility, increasing strength and balance, and promoting overall well-being.

The need for the Yoga Department at SRV Hospitals is driven by the increasing demand for alternative and complementary therapies, as well as the growing body of research that supports the effectiveness of yoga in treating a wide range of medical conditions. Yoga can be especially beneficial for patients with chronic conditions such as heart disease, diabetes, and cancer. It can also be helpful for patients recovering from surgery or injury and for those dealing with mental health issues such as depression and anxiety.

Additionally, the Yoga Department can help patients to cope with the side effects of conventional treatments such as chemotherapy and radiation therapy, and also provide support for mental and emotional well-being through stress reduction and relaxation techniques.  
Moreover, the Yoga Department can also provide education and training to hospital staff and the community to promote the benefits of yoga and integrate it into their daily lives.    


Anyone can benefit from the services of a Yoga Department at SRV hospital, including patients with chronic conditions, recovering from surgery or injury, and those dealing with mental health issues.

Yoga can have many benefits such as reducing stress, improving flexibility, increasing strength and balance, and promoting overall well-being.

Yoga is generally safe for most people, however, it’s important to consult with a medical professional before starting any new exercise program if you have any medical conditions or injuries.

Yes, there are different types of yoga classes offered such as Hatha, Vinyasa, Iyengar, and Kundalini yoga, and the Yoga Department can help you choose the best one for you.

Yoga classes can be offered in both private and group settings.

Coverage for yoga classes may vary by insurance plan, so it is best to check with your insurance provider.

Yoga classes can last anywhere from 45 minutes to an hour and a half.

Wear comfortable, loose-fitting clothing that allows for easy movement.

It depends on individual needs and preferences, but generally, regular practice is recommended for best results.

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