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Research

Research at Anvesana research laboratories is organized across six major disciplines, each with its strength, specialties and goals. Though there are several areas under interrogation at each facility, the common theme is the emphasis on understanding the complex interplay between the physical, mental, social and spiritual planes of being. All the research disciplines also undertake fundamental studies providing opportunities for medical applications and standardization of tools.

  • Physiological effects of yoga practices
  • Therapeutic applications of yoga
  • Yoga for rehabilitation
  • Yoga for perception and performance
  • Higher states of consciousness

  • Deciphering the molecular basis of Yogic practices on human body.
  • The major research interests of this lab are to understand the effect of yoga on non-communicable and life-style associated disorders.

  • This laboratory pioneers in autonomic & metabolic functions testing, polysomnography and cerebral blood flow dynamics.
  • This lab emphasizes the need for understanding the mechanism of action, efficacy, safety and effective administration of Yoga.


The cognitive neuroscience laboratory studies human behavior, primarily using Electroencephalogram (EEG), Evoked Potentials, functional Near Infrared Spectroscopy (fNIRS).


Psychology lab works to develop specific tools for assessment for Yoga research integrating the western methodologies and the concepts of Indian psychology.

The Bioenergy laboratory explores subtle energy aspects of biological and inanimate systems.
The facilities of the lab include:

  • Electrophotonic Imaging- for subtle energy measurements;
  • Acugraph- a electrodermal assessment based on Chinese traditional medicine system;
  • Nadi Tarangini- an indigenous pulse based diagnostic system for assessment of tridosha (vata, pitta, kapha) based on ayurveda principle and
  • Random Event Generator to study the influence of human mind on the hypothetical consciousness field & power of intention of individuals.

Major Areas of Research

  • Physiological effects of yoga practices
  • Therapeutic applications of yoga
  • Yoga for rehabilitation
  • Yoga for perception and performance
  • Higher states of consciousness

Molecular Bio sciences Laboratory

  • Deciphering the molecular basis of Yogic practices on human body.
  • The major research interests of this lab are to understand the effect of yoga on non-communicable and life-style associated disorders.

Psycho-physiology Laboratory

  • This laboratory pioneers in autonomic & metabolic functions testing, polysomnography and cerebral blood flow dynamics.
  • This lab emphasizes the need for understanding the mechanism of action, efficacy, safety and effective administration of Yoga.

Cognitive Neuroscience Laboratory

The cognitive neuroscience laboratory studies human behavior, primarily using Electroencephalogram (EEG), Evoked Potentials, functional Near Infrared Spectroscopy (fNIRS).

Psychology Laboratory

  • Psychology lab works to develop specific tools for assessment for Yoga research integrating the western methodologies and the concepts of Indian psychology.

Bio-Energy Laboratory

The Bioenergy laboratory explores subtle energy aspects of biological and inanimate systems.

The facilities of the lab include:

  • Electrophotonic Imaging- for subtle energy measurements;
  • Acugraph- a electrodermal assessment based on Chinese traditional medicine system;
  • Nadi Tarangini- an indigenous pulse based diagnostic system for assessment of tridosha (vata, pitta, kapha) based on ayurveda principle and
  • Random Event Generator to study the influence of human mind on the hypothetical consciousness field & power of intention of individuals.
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