Is it just medicines that can be the cure the mental and physical health care? But not as per Komal Kundalini. Hence, Komal Kundalini introduces an all new therapy Holistic that is characterized by the treatment of the whole person, taking into account mental and social factors, rather than just the symptoms of a disease.
The opening witnessed the who’s who of political world at the opening of Komal Kundalini’s brand new studio “Kundalini- Holistic Healing Centre”.
The opening comprised of crème-de-la-crème crowd which included Udit Narayan, Prakash Mehta, Jaywantiben Mehta, Shaina NC, and Suresh Chandra Agrawal.
Speaking about her brand new healing studio “Kundalini- Holistic Healing Centre”, Komal Kundalini mentions “It’s a pre conceived notion that only medicines can cure mental and physical diseases which in case has severe side effects but “Kundalini- Holistic Healing Centre” offers the best of holistic treatment which not only heals the diseases but also bring inner peace. Hence, my new studio gives more emphasis on holistic treatment than medication.”
“I am privileged to have such a huge turnout of family and friends to come forth in order to support the studio. Having people give me strength and reverence to the studio gives me that confidence to come with such healing therapies so that it can help everyone and they can can enjoy the benefit,” she says.
Holistic medicine is defined in different ways. In general, it focuses on how the physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual elements of a person are interconnected to maintain health. When one part is not working well, it is believed to affect the whole person. Holistic approaches focus on the whole person rather than just on the illness or part of the body that is not healthy.
The use of holistic approaches to mental and physical health care can be substantially helpful to people living with severe mental illness as they cope with fatigue, insomnia, anxiety, and stressors that are often compounded by the serious symptoms and consequences of mental illness. Holistic approaches to mental and physical Health Care, describes complementary approaches to mental health care including self-help, diet and nutrition, expressive therapies, acupuncture, yoga, and relaxation and stress reduction techniques; and highlights how these approaches and practices can play an important role in recovery and healing.
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