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International Journal of Yoga

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2012| July-December  | Volume 5 | Issue 2  

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EDITORIAL  
Models and mechanisms in yoga research p. 83
TM Srinivasan
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REVIEW ARTICLE Top
Yoga therapy for Schizophrenia p. 85
N Gangadhar Bangalore, Shivarama Varambally
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ORIGINAL ARTICLES Top
Yoga in Australia: Results of a national survey p. 92
Stephen Penman, Marc Cohen, Philip Stevens, Sue Jackson
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Yoga breathing through a particular nostril is associated with contralateral event-related potential changes p. 102
Shirley Telles, Meesha Joshi, Prasoon Somvanshi
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Immediate effect of chandra nadi pranayama (left unilateral forced nostril breathing) on cardiovascular parameters in hypertensive patients p. 108
Ananda Balayogi Bhavanani, Madanmohan , Zeena Sanjay
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Effect of holistic yoga program on anxiety symptoms in adolescent girls with polycystic ovarian syndrome: A randomized control trial p. 112
Ram Nidhi, Venkatram Padmalatha, Raghuram Nagarathna, Ram Amritanshu
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Comparative study of conventional therapy and additional yogasanas for knee rehabilitation after total knee arthroplasty p. 118
Nilima Bedekar, Archana Prabhu, Ashok Shyam, Kantilal Sancheti, Parag Sancheti
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Study of the effect of yoga training on diffusion capacity in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease patients: A controlled trial p. 123
Ritu Soni, Kanika Munish, KP Singh, Savita Singh
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A comparative study of the effects of yoga and swimming on pulmonary functions in sedentary subjects p. 128
Shilpa S Gupta, Manish V Sawane
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A short-term, comprehensive, yoga-based lifestyle intervention is efficacious in reducing anxiety, improving subjective well-being and personality p. 134
Raj Kumar Yadav, Dipti Magan, Manju Mehta, Nalin Mehta, Sushil Chandra Mahapatra
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Protracted parahippocampal activity associated with Sean Harribance p. 140
Michael A Persinger, Kevin S Saroka
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SHORT COMMUNICATION Top
Safety and feasibility of modified chair-yoga on functional outcome among elderly at risk for falls p. 146
Mary Lou Galantino, Laurie Green, Jason A DeCesari, Nicole A MacKain, Stephen M Rinaldi, Maureen E Stevens, Vanessa R Wurst, Robert Marsico, Michelle Nell, Jun J Mao
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CASE REPORT Top
The influence of a yoga exercise program for young adults with intellectual disabilities p. 151
Brent L Hawkins, Joanna B Stegall, Madalyn F Weber, Joseph B Ryan
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LETTERS TO EDITOR Top
Yoga, mental health and salivary amylase p. 157
Viroj Wiwanitkit
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Yoga is not an intervention but may be yogopathy is p. 157
Ananda Balayogi Bhavanani
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Response to "Yoga is not an intervention but may be yogopathy is" p. 158
R Nagarathna
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Yoga beyond union p. 160
Marcy C McCall
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BOOK REVIEW Top
Kundalini yoga meditation for complex psychiatric disorders p. 161
Aarti Jagannathan
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