BHUBANESWAR, JUNE 20, 2022
The eighth edition of the International Yoga Day on the theme “Yoga for Humanity” will be organized in India and across the globe on Tuesday with a focus on how yoga is serving humanity. This ethos is in line with Ishan Shivanand’s innovative and powerful ‘Yoga of Immortals’ Wellness Programs which help people with access to the urgent need for mental wellness and behavioral and mental healthcare that can help not just let go of the stress, but also help to amplify success and the happiness through mastery of the mind.
At 29 percent, India has the second-highest number of employees dealing with corporate burnout. Nearly one third of employees in India have experienced symptoms of burnout. The WHO has estimated India’s economic loss due to mental health to be $1.03 trillion (Rs 75.84 lakh crore approximately) between 2012 and 2030, part of which was worsened by the COVID pandemic.
When much of the world was seeking mental healthcare, Ishan Shivanand performed research among nearly 10,000 participants from diverse backgrounds. The research, performed in collaboration with medical institutions in the US – University of Cincinnati, John Hopkins University School of Medicine helped study and quantify the impact of a non-pharmaceutical intervention and yogic protocols presented through digital platforms.
The study found 82 percent Reduction & Normalization of sleep patterns; 77 percent Improvement in quality of life; 72 percent Reduction in depression symptoms; and 75 percent Decrease in generalized Anxiety.
Ishan Shivanand’s innovative and powerful YOI Wellness Programs have not only helped address rising cases of professional burnout, but they have also helped healthcare organizations support the mental well-being of the many frontline healthcare workers (HCWs) coping with severe psychological problems resulting from and throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ishan Shivanand, Founder of Yoga of Immortals (YOI), has been working tirelessly for humanity by bringing in a combination of ancient Yoga and Yoga-based cognitive therapy for mental health.
As Founder of YOI, Ishan brings meditative protocols to millions across the world, providing much-needed noninvasive, non-pharmacological treatments that enable complete physical, mental, and emotional well-being. Having been adopted by and integrated into numerous corporate and healthcare wellness initiatives, Ishan’s innovative and powerful YOI programs have not only helped address rising cases of professional burnout, they have also helped healthcare organizations support the mental well-being of the many frontline healthcare workers.