Are More Americans turning to Yoga Based Programs Like ‘Inner Engineering’ to Reduce Health Care Costs in These Tough Economic Times? Research Says Yes.

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The health care industry and individual Americans are both paying more attention to prevention and wellness care with rising health care costs. The traditional health care system which focused primarily on treating disease is slowly changing. Health care companies have started offering complimentary gym memberships and yoga based programs like Inner Engineering, that make members commit to their own health.

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Sadhguru Vasudev, Creator of the Inner Engineering Program

Many Inner Engineering participants have experienced a reduction and discontinuation of disease as well as medications. 72% of respondents suffering from asthma noted improvement of symptoms and 87% of those with depression noted improvement.

The health care industry and individual Americans are both paying more attention to prevention and wellness care with rising health care costs. The traditional health care system which focused primarily on treating disease is slowly changing. Health care companies have started offering complimentary gym memberships and yoga based programs like Inner Engineering, as bold initiatives that make members commit to their own health.

Michael Gremly, CEO of Voice Prism said “The Inner Engineering program was fun, interesting, and informative. More importantly, the results I have been achieving from the Isha practice have been nothing less, than phenomenal. Incredibly my severe allergies and acid reflux I suffered since childhood completely vanished, my cholesterol dropped 35 points, and my blood pressure significantly reduced. From August 2009 to March 2010, I lost 45 pounds, stopped using caffeine, artificial sweetener, and alcohol. I wasn't necessarily trying to do any of these things. Inner Engineering has such a positive impact on my entire system that I no longer needed external substances to feel great. My racing mind wet to low gear, my anxious multi-tasking turned into a calm laser focus. I highly recommend it for people of all ages and physical health. I have introduced it to many of my friends and family. They have been receiving similar benefits as well."

As recently reported on CNN iReport: “More healthcare companies are looking at adding programs such as Inner Engineering, an online yoga-based program for achieving optimal health and well being, to their innovative member health offerings.

"Designed to revamp one’s approach to life and health in a dramatic way and to teach a simple 21 minute daily yoga practice, Inner Engineering has produced remarkable results in its participants. Recently, a self reported study of 536 individuals who incorporated Inner Engineering practices into their daily routines showed significant health benefits for a wide variety of diseases, including diabetes, heart disease, gastrointestinal disease, hypertension, depression, anxiety and obesity.

"Many participants experienced a reduction and discontinuation of disease as well as medications. For example, 72% of respondents suffering from asthma noted improvement of symptoms after Inner Engineering, and 87% of those with depression noted improvement. With respect to both of these diseases, approximately one-half of those noting improvement also eliminated medications. Even after a few months of participation, Inner Engineering may help tangibly reduce costs with respect to hospital admissions, outpatient clinic visits and medicines. Best of all, members will experience an improved sense of well being, given that the study respondents described above also noted increased feelings of inner peace (91%), productivity (70%) and emotional balance (87%).”

Inner Engineering is a two part program. Part One is completed on-line, in the comfort of your own home. The seven online classes include talks, self-exploration and guided meditations. In Part Two participants attend a 2-day in person program that teaches a 21 minute energy process, Shambhavi Mahamudra kriya. The word 'kriya' refers to an inner energy process, a scientifically designed practice derived from the science of yoga.

Sadhguru Vasudev, yogi, profound mystic and creator of the Inner Engineering program will be in San Francisco, April 30 - May 1 and in Atlanta, May 14 – 15 to impart this practice. For more information or to view the introductory video, see http://www.innerengineering.com/ready.

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