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Measuring the effectiveness of the intervention (using WHO-5 Wellbeing index)

2018-12-04T16:20:07+00:00

At Wellness Space, we make an attempt to quantify the effect of the intervention. One such example is the use of WHO-5 Wellbeing Index (https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25831962), a commonly used and simple tool. Our data (of 11 individuals who completed 4 sessions and also completed the WHO-5 survey before the first and after the fourth session) is captured in the visual. Score below 52% shows "poor wellbeing" (ideally requiring an evaluation for depression). The average score moved up from 32% (Before) to 63% (After) showing significant enhancement in the individuals' wellbeing. In 10 out of 11 individuals the score went up (the

Measuring the effectiveness of the intervention (using WHO-5 Wellbeing index)2018-12-04T16:20:07+00:00

Unique experiential workshop: The Journey within – I (Dec 17-21)

2018-12-04T16:10:37+00:00

Singing bowls, relaxation, stress and emotional release, coherent breathing, humming, anchoring and more. You can also measure your own stress and energy and understand core 4 pillars of life. Whatsapp only: +91 90998 53844 or email: info@wellness-space.net

Unique experiential workshop: The Journey within – I (Dec 17-21)2018-12-04T16:10:37+00:00

What happens to my heart rate and heart rate variability (HRV) during Sound Bath Meditation?

2018-12-09T03:49:44+00:00

For many years, we conduct Free Meditation @ Wellness Space (also known as Sound Bath Meditation using Singing Bowls, details here). From time to time, we do simple studies to understand how the body and the mind responds to such meditations.  This article shares a case study of an individual before, during and after meditation with the focus on key parameters of our nervous system (heart rate, heart rate variability). Dr Chirag Zaveri, who comes regularly for the free meditation agreed to participate in this simple study and also consented when we asked if we could share his name on

What happens to my heart rate and heart rate variability (HRV) during Sound Bath Meditation?2018-12-09T03:49:44+00:00

Learn Hypnotherapy (EKAA certified, L1 & 2, Ahmedabad) Dec & Jan

2018-11-22T10:23:55+00:00

Keen to Learn Hypnotherapy ? Riri G Trivedi – Personal Transformation Therapist (a member of Earth and IMDHA) teaches EKAA workshops in Ahmedabad.  The schedule and details are captured below: Schedule  EKAA L1 -Dec 15,16 (Sat, Sun) or Jan 19, 20 (Sat, Sun) EKAA L2 – Jan 22 to 27 (including one break day) Details for EKAA L1 Workshop Course-contents include:  – History of Hypnotherapy – Development of Human Mind – Theory of Mind – Applications of Clinical Hypnotherapy – How to Access the Subconscious Mind – Theory & Laws of Suggestibility – Differentiating Personality-Types – The FLIP – How to conduct

Learn Hypnotherapy (EKAA certified, L1 & 2, Ahmedabad) Dec & Jan2018-11-22T10:23:55+00:00

Measuring the impact of sound healing on nervous system, heart rate variability and heart rate

2018-10-17T11:07:56+00:00

The visual below demonstrates how the human physiology (as measured by Heart Rate Variability-HRV) before, during and after a sound healing session of singing bowls. The heart rate (shown using the red dotted line) begins to decrease when the singing bowls session started and continues to decrease and remains low (76) even after the session is completed.  Heart Rate Variability (SDNN-see description below) increases during the sound session and remains very high even after the session has been completed. At the end of the sound session, the HRV remains high and heart rate declines and the parasympathetic nervous system remains

Measuring the impact of sound healing on nervous system, heart rate variability and heart rate2018-10-17T11:07:56+00:00

Naad Yoga 1 (Sound Healing, A’bad Dec 21)

2018-12-01T09:43:44+00:00

Wellness Space has an integrated certification program for Sound Healing. First level (Practitioner level) focuses on singing bowls (basic techniques) and the principles (art and the science) of sound healing. Second stage goes into the depth of singing bowls modalities and introduces chanting and breathing. This level (Master Practitioner) also incorporates the use of various technologies and qualitative methods to evaluate the progress of the client. It prepares the participant to demonstrate and explain the power of sound healing. Beyond Master Practitioner, the approach is more qualitative and is worked at an individual level with the instructor. Contact : info@wellness-space.net or

Naad Yoga 1 (Sound Healing, A’bad Dec 21)2018-12-01T09:43:44+00:00

Sleep Disruption and Mind-body health – A scientific perspective and Q&A Session @ ReDefine Wellness Singapore

2018-10-11T04:54:14+00:00

Brief Abstract: Sleep disorders are associated with many adverse health outcomes.  Many modern lifestyle choices affect sleep and at the same time insufficient sleep (& recovery) creates adverse effects on autonomic nervous system, metabolism and immune system. The talk provides an overview of various lifestyle choices – resulting in chronic disease and how each of the risk factor contributes to the disease causing changes in the physiology and pathology of the body and the brain/mind. The understanding of the linkage between various lifestyle choices on chronic disease will enable the participant to reflect on his/her life and identify key opportunities.

Sleep Disruption and Mind-body health – A scientific perspective and Q&A Session @ ReDefine Wellness Singapore2018-10-11T04:54:14+00:00

A typical session measurements – Anxiety with NLP (Time based intervention or regression) and Naad Yoga (Coherent Breathing)

2018-09-10T04:27:39+00:00

Ability to measure and demonstrate the changes (or lack of it!) is important in any intervention.  A simple case study demonstrating how a good session would look like is captured below. At times, there is also negative change and as long as it is confirmed with the client (e.g. catharsis inducing major change in emotions), there is clarity on the session and how to take the work forward. Enjoy Gunjan Trivedi (gunjan@wellness-space.net) This client had major anxiety challenge (nervous break down) and sought help.  The intervention was planned for 2 hours and the childhood (and current life) issues were dealt

A typical session measurements – Anxiety with NLP (Time based intervention or regression) and Naad Yoga (Coherent Breathing)2018-09-10T04:27:39+00:00