Evaluation of a residential Kundalini yoga lifestyle pilot program for addiction in India.

@article{Khalsa2008EvaluationOA,
  title={Evaluation of a residential Kundalini yoga lifestyle pilot program for addiction in India.},
  author={Sat Bir Singh Khalsa and Gurucharan S Khalsa and Hargopal K Khalsa and Mukta K Khalsa},
  journal={Journal of ethnicity in substance abuse},
  year={2008},
  volume={7 1},
  pages={67-79}
}
Previously reported substance abuse interventions incorporating meditation and spiritual approaches are believed to provide their benefit through modulation of both psychological and pyschosocial factors. A 90-day residential group pilot treatment program for substance abuse that incorporated a comprehensive array of yoga, meditation, spiritual and mind-body techniques was conducted in Amritsar, India. Subjects showed improvements on a number of psychological self-report questionnaires… CONTINUE READING
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