Freedom from PCOD is making NEWS.

So it is true! PCOD is being cured with Clinical Yoga Therapy! The KarmaSpark team is grateful for the recognition of the path-breaking work we are doing in specific, to cure PCOD (PolyCystic Ovarian Disorder or Syndrome). The medical community has started recognizing the medical power of Clinical Yoga.

Below are snippets of recent news coverage, along with links to the full articles.

Economic Times HealthWorld: “A new age yoga start-up in the national capital region, Karma Spark is offering clinical yoga therapy for curing Polycystic Ovarian Disorder and Syndrome (PCOD/PCOS), both chronic disorders in women caused by hormonal imbalance which contribute to infertility.”   Link to Economic Times Health article

DoctorNDTV: “We have already cured over a dozen PCOD cases fully and 30 more are currently underway at the centre. Modern diagnostic reports focuses and accelerates the therapy better. The program has therapeutic yoga sessions, diet advice and no drugs,” said KarmaSpark Co-Founder Runvijay.      Link to DoctorNDTV article

“Dr. Runvijay shared a case of a 32-year-old woman who was suffering from PCOD from the past 10 years for whom surgery didn’t help. After 49 days of clinical yoga therapy, which involved different combinations of yoga poses, multiple cysts were gone, ovarian volume and her menstrual cycle became normal and drug-free. We are delighted that she conceived naturally and is in her second trimester,” he said.”        Link to Business Standard article

KarmaSpark offers Clinical Yoga therapy for womens to cure diseases like PCOD / PCOS (Polycystic Ovarian Disorder/Syndrome).Their program consist of yoga therapy and diet advice. It is QCI certified from the government of India.
Link to BusinessWorld article

“The start-up is blended of modern diagnostics and traditional yoga to cure chronic disorders. Clinical yoga therapy is also making waves in the US and Europe where it is called Yoga as Medicine or Therapeutic Yoga,” said Karma Spark Co-Founder Idi Srinivas Murthy.”     Link to News24 article

“Yoga has shown effectiveness in healing various diseases under various studies,” said Aashish Chaudhry, Orthopedic Surgeon and Managing Director, Aakash Healthcare Super Speciality Hospital, New Delhi.      Link to The Pioneer article

‘.. Yoga is presently catching the creative ability of specialists who are endorsing a combination of yoga and current meds in their treatment of patients.”    Link to News18 article


“KarmaSpark is curing Polycystic Ovarian Disorder / Syndrome (PCOD/PCOS), through clinical yoga therapy for curing. These chronic disorders in women are caused by hormonal imbalance which contribute to infertility.”       Link to TheFreedomPress article

“Subhash Chandra, Chairman and HOD, Cardiology, BLK Super Speciality Hospital in New Delhi said that yoga improves flexibility thus alleviating back aches, knee pain, improved postures and strengthens muscles of body. It prevents cartilage and joint breakdown, protects spine and delays osteoporosis.
“Blood flow to and from heart gets improved with yoga exercises thus preventing sudden heart attacks and brain strokes besides boosting immunity. Digestion and respiratory system works better without requiring any drugs,” said the hospital chairman.”
Link to DailyHunt article

Even the World Health Organization (WHO) endorses medical benefits of Yoga.   WHO’s South-East Asia Regional Director Poonam Khetrapal Singh said “Yoga is a valuable tool to .. decrease non-communicable diseases.”    Link to TheEnglishPost article

“Experts suggest clinical yoga therapy over chronic disorders in women, as the new yoga startup offers the natural and effective treatment females who are suffering from hormonal imbalance that links to fertility.”     Link to NewsPrintUK article

“Doctors make room for yoga asanas in prescriptions”     Link to DailyWorld article



As legendary Yoga guru, Shri BKS Iyengar, said : ‘Yoga can cure what need not be endured, and help endure what cannot be cured.’

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