A Coimbatore Proud, World Famous Yogarathna Nanamal, who follows our Countries traditional art of Yoga and Naturopathy past 99 Years with Happy and Healthy life.She is going to reach 100 years. Likewise we lead life healthy and under her Guidance we can learn Yoga and we shall get proper instructions to live with English free medicines given by Well Trained Naturopathy Doctors.
In Modern World we face lots of Diseases like Dibetics, Obesity, Heart Attack, Utrus Problem, Knee Pain, Head Ache, Back Pain, Neck Pain. Tension, BB, Ulcer, Piles, Cold, Cough, Sinus, Neurasthenia, Jaundice. Impotence, Scabious, Eye Deficiency, Varicose Vein, Cancer Etc.For these kind of Diseases and also for Up Corning Diseases will be solved with the help of Yoga and Naturopathy Medicines.
Nanammal started practicing yoga when she was 3 years old. She learned yoga from her father, who was a martial artist, Nanammal's husband was a Siddha practitioner in the village and was also into agriculture. That is how she cultivated a liking towards naturopathy after her marriage. She never stopped practicing yoga at any point in her life. Nanammal's father and grandfather were both 'Registered Indian Medicine Practitioners (RIMP)', Yoga was their family tradition and they were not teaching yoga to anyone outside the family and it stayed within the group. During those days, the primary business was agriculture in Kerala state, where their family owned coconut and cashew farms, along with traditional Siddha medicine. There was an incident involving her mother-in-law that made Nanammal to realize that yoga could potentially help other people as well. Her mother-in-law was out in the farm and had wrenched her leg, Instead of getting treatment from a doctor, She offered to teach her some yoga poses and she got better wit this technique. After that incident, her mother-in-law became her very first student. Over the years, Nanammal began teaching her neighbors and other children, and by the time 1970s, she had decided to teach yoga to even more people. Hence, The 'Ozone Yoga school' was established and since then, Nanammal and her family have taught yoga to over 100,000 people. Nanammal and her family, including her children, grandchildren and even great-grand children, follow the traditions passed on from generation to generation. In the year 1992 they established "Anandham Yoga Natural Health Center" in Coimbatore and they teach their traditional style of yoga, which focuses more on Pranayama (Breath control).
Diabetes, Hypertension, Obesity, Renal Failure, Renal Stone, Cardiac disorder, Lumbagy, Sciatica, Migraine, Thyroidism, Importancy, Imfertility, Cancer.
For her achievement, Nanammal has been conferred with the following awards and citations: 2016- Government of Karnataka's Yoga Ratna award. 2017- National Nari Shakti Puraskar award received from former President of India Pranab Mukherjee. 2018- Country's third highest civilian award the Padma Shri. 2018- Rotary club's Lifetime achievement award.
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Nanammal attempted to get on to the Guinness Book of World Records by teaching yoga to over 20,000 students and enthusiasts in Coimbatore. Currently, her objective is to create awareness among women, mainly girl students, about yoga techniques by going to various educational institutions to solve several health-related problems, especially after marriage.
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