IJOYS Volume 7 – Issue 2


IJOYS Volume 7 – Issue 2


I am delighted to bring the current volume of IJOYAS on the Holy occasion of Dusshera. It is a privilege to release this issue on the day when the whole nation is celebrating VijayaDashmi the victory of Lord Ram on Ravana. It is the victory of goodness on badness. Let Lord Ram bring a harmony in the entire world where the humanity is struggling with terrorism and hatred. Let the goodness get victory once again.

Readers might be aware that IJOYAS completed its three years of publication successfully. During this period we tried to provide a really exciting opportunity to consider the truly
interdisciplinary nature of Yoga and other allied studies going on all over. The objective of this journal is to publish up-to-date, high-quality and original research papers alongside
relevant and insightful reviews. Itincludes technical and professional aspects of Yoga and allied disciplines like Philosophy, Spirituality, Psychology, Human Consciousness, Medical,
Paramedical sciences, Health sciences, Therapy, Education, Physical education, exercise and sports sciences, biomechanics, Literary/textual studies, Physiology, Biochemistry etc.

My sincere thanks to all the member of advisory and review committee, for their effort and contributors to this issue. Needless to say, any papers that you wish to submit, either
individually or collaboratively, are much appreciated and will make a substantial contribution to the development and success of the journal.



S.No. Article Name Author Page no.
1. Editor’s Note   75-77
Empirical research
2. Manobalam : An Evaluative Study of Individualized Yoga Therapy for Psychological Wellbeing Satish, Latha, Cruceana, Ruxandra Passieux, Shah, Devi & Chandrasekar, Sandhya 79-86
3. Effect of MSRT (Mind Sound Resonance Technique) on Quality of Sleep in Geriatric Population Smity Dhanjani, Vijaya kumar PS & Sahana AU 87-92
4. Monitoring Behavioral Problem of Adolescent: Management Through Psycho Yogic Module Manoranjan Tripathy and Dr. Prama Sharma 93-102
5. Improvement In Hematological Profile Through Preksha Meditation Parul Dadhich & P. S.Shekhawat 103-107
6. Role of Preksha Meditation on Blood Chemistry of Adults Uttam Nikita and Pradyumna Singh Shekhawat 108-112
7. Changes In Hemoglobin Among House Wives Through Yoga : A Pilot Study Dr. Kamakhya Kumar 113-117
8. Effect of Yoga on Attention and Concentration in Primary School Students (6 To 10 Years) Dr. Sadhana Dauneria 118-125
9. Enhancement of Emotional Intelligence Through Simplified Kundalini Yoga Dr. S. Prasath, K. Nagarasan & S. Kalavathi 126-134
10. Effect of Yoga on Academic Achievement of P. G. Students Mamta 135-140
Literary Research
11. Incorporating Yoga In Education Improves SQ Level of A Student : With Respect To Indian Psychology A. V. Ramakrishna and T. V. N. Prasanna 141-143
12. The Psychological Approach of Yoga Meera Sharma 144-150
13. Management of Stress Through Yoga For Health and Wellness Mr. Kuldeep Singh 151-157
14. A Systematic Review of Yoga for Mental and Physical Health in College Students Bhadane Minal Y & Kanojia Anjali H 158-165
15. A Review Study on Effect of Yoga and Lifestyle Moderation on Gastrointestinal Diseases Dayma R., Bhandari R. B. & Gowda G.P. 166-169
16. Comparative Study of Yoga And Prek a Meditation Rohit Talwalkar 170-172
17. The Role of Yoga in Modern Education Dr. Kanchan Joshi & Mohd. Yusuf 173-174