Experiential Yoga               Dr M.V. Bhole


Yoga therapy, Yogatherapy, yoga terapia, yoga and health, Dr Mukund Bhole (MD)


Scientific Research Studies in Yoga

In 2003, the World Health Organization decided to collect reliable information on Traditional, Complementary and Alternative Medicine (TM and CAM) from its member states to promote proper use of these systems for consumers and health providers. ‘Traditional Yoga’ developed in ancient India and mostly practiced for ‘Self-realization’ was also included in this category...                                  read more...

Programs & Seminars in India
From December 2019 to March 2020 : see details
Seminars and Workshops on Yoga Anubhava (Experiential yoga) are designed to:
Instruct and educate students on the line of self-perception and self-realization
Guide patiens to help themselves along with other medical treatment procedures
Orient yoga teachers to train them as yoga therapists

news from anubhava Uk

The UK British Council for Yoga Therapy have accredited in July 2019 the course “Experiential Yoga Therapy” from the teaching of Dr. M V  Bhole MD

is the sanskrit word chosen by Dr. M. V. Bhole to describe his approach to yoga as an educational and therapeutic tool, as well as an art and science of self-realisation. One of the meanings of the term anubhava is sensing, feeling and experiencing.


In this approach, experiencing one’s breathing movements in simple postures is used for the relief of physical tension and to correct functional imbalances in the body, for the development of greater self-awareness and for meditation. Students and patients are helped to understand the mechanics of breathing and to correct any inconsistencies found before working with the specific techniques of yoga.

This work on breathing, asana and pranayama is grounded on a thorough examination of the core texts of yoga, especially Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras and the Hathapradipika of Svatmarama, as well as anatomy and physiology.