Superbrain Yoga Enhances Well-Being among School Students
Background: Superbrain Yoga (SBY) boosts pranic energy in the brain. It is based on ear acupuncture and the movement of subtle energy in the body.
Aim: The aim of this study is to improve the well-being of school students by practicing SBY.
Setting and Design: The study involves 1,945 school students from Mysore district, India. SBY was practiced by the students for a period of three months thought by their teachers. Method: Responses with a questionnaire from the students and their teacher were collected and examined. The questionnaire was on health, relationship with their family and friends, time consciousness, communication skills and activeness of students.
Statistical Analysis: The data collected were analyzed with Chi-square test and contingency coefficient analysis.
Results: Responses of the students were analyzed and they reported that their health has often improved by 78%, sometimes improved (16.3%) and rarely improved (5.6%). Similarly, responses in the relationship with family and friends were found to be drastically improved (81.3%), moderately improved (14.6%) and hardly improved (4.1%). Both the results were found to be significant (p <0.001). Teachers also reported that students improved in their time consciousness, communication skills, and activeness.
Conclusion: SBY has improved the overall well-being of school students.
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