Dr. Navodita Pande

Dr. Navodita Pande

Navodita Pande is a journalist and has also authored books on TV journalism and Yoga. She has been doing Yoga since the age of nine. She taught Yoga at the age of fifteen to young Yoga practitioners in school. Later, she began teaching yoga to ladies of Allahabad. She moved further to teach Yoga at Hare Rama Hare Krishna Mandir in Lower Manhattan, New York and in Cardiff Yoga Studio in Cardiff. She is currently teaching Yoga to young children and wishes to make a healthy foundation in communion with mind and body for the coming generation. Her foundation of learning Reiki and Art of Living further add value to her effective sessions of Yoga.

She is pursuing her doctorate and right now she is a professor of Journalism at Dainik Jagran’s institute of Journalism (Kanpur).

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  • 5 Powerful Yoga Asanas to Fight-off Harmful Virus and Bacteria – by Dr. Navodita Pandey

    The key is to build a strong immune system through daily Yoga. The article by Dr. Navodita Pandey tells you how to do perform 5 powerful Yoga Asanas which will help you be stronger in mind and body, in the times of Corona Virus outbreak.

    Mar 26, 2020 Read More..
  • Yoga: A Global Sutra

    Dr. Navodita Pande throws light on the findings of Yoga in ancient scriptures in India and also, elaborates a mythological legend behind it. It tries to put emphasis on patenting of this ancient exercise form before it is claimed by any other country owing to its growing popularity!

    Nov 29, 2019 Read More..
  • Holistic Bends: Forward, Backward, Balancing Acts by Dr. Navodita Pande

    When it comes to Yoga, you ought to bend it like Navodita. She not only tells you some of the most effective holistic bends in yoga workouts but brings forth the benefits of the same. We bet you will definitely be doing these asanas after reading this article for good health and toned body!

    Nov 15, 2019 Read More..
  • Yoga: Stress-Busting Solution for Overall Fitness

    Yoga tells us that there are seven Chakras in our system- Muladhara, Swadhishthaan, Manipura, Anahata, Vishuddhi, Agya and Sahasrara. Each of these Chakras is an energy point for the neighboring body parts and organs. While doing Yoga, these energy points are activated and heal us from within, from the core. Dr. NavoditaPande guides you to keep fit with yoga even on a busy office-day with this article.

    Jan 09, 2019 Read More..