Yoga therapist honoured

March 08, 2015 12:00 am | Updated 05:42 am IST - PUDUCHERRY:

The SADAY School, an institution that serves differently-abled children, recently honoured Dr. Meena Ramanathan, yoga therapist at the Centre for Yoga Therapy, Education and Research (CYTER), at the Mahatma Gandhi Medical College and Research Institute.

Dr. Ramanathan was felicitated on her services for the past 11 years of teaching yoga to differently-abled children of the school, and on her completion of a Ph.D in yoga.

The function was led by Dr. M. Sugathan, founder-director of SADAY School and Asha Sugathan, trustee.

R.R. Dhanapal, President and Dr. Sita, Vice-president of SADAY, highlighted the services done by Dr. Meena for special children and senior citizens.

In her acceptance speech, Dr. Meena Ramanathan explained the various benefits of the art and science of yoga as a complementary therapy.

The event was made memorable by special children who gave a demonstration.

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