Freedom From Medicines

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16-Jun-2024 | Sunday| 11:00 A.M.

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Navneet leads a team of Kumbhak Practitioners who are excited by human mechanics and the mechanics of life. The team’s sole aim is to join hands with as many people as possible and guide them out of disease and unhappiness.


Swami Rajvibhu is a rare Kumbhak Yogi who has invested his life in reviving this vedic therapy. Based on his keen and incisive observation of human mechanics, he is able to offer customised practices to every individual.


Anyone Suffering From:

(Type 1 or Type 2)

Autoimmune Diabetes

Metabolic Disorders

Kidney Problems with Diabetic History

Dialysis Patients with Diabetic History


Frequently Asked Questions

Kumbhak literally means hold. Kumbhak is the effort-creating mechanism of the human body. Here we are talking about the Kumbhak which is breath hold. Through specialized breath-hold Kumbhak can create an internal trigger for the body and the mind.

a. Is the practice you are doing specially designed for you or is it general?

b. Are the practices geared towards generating a specific empowerment which can have a reversal effect on the specific disease you are struggling with?  

If not, you can do a little exploration with Kumbhak. If while doing Kumbhak practices, you want to continue with yogic practices, then let us know the practice, so that we can advise accordingly.

Kumbhak or breath-hold methods involve minimum use of the body. The practices can be learnt and done by anyone of any age (16 years and above). If you have a certain challenging condition like recent/earlier surgery, or any physical problem, the same can be shared at the start of a program and it’s taken care of.

Kumbhak practices can be done sitting on a floor or chair. In fact, they need to be done in a state of ease. In our current programs, we have people who are 60 plus. They are able to do the practices and are benefitting from the same.  

Yes, this live webinar is free where we will provide you detailed information on benefits of Kumbhak Therapy and detailed course conducted by Swami Ji.

No, as long as one is breathing one can do Kumbhak

Yes , a BP Patient can do kumbhak under a trained kumbhak mentor without forcing the body to hold the breath.

You need to do the kriyas till your health issues are resolved , but after sometime due to any reason your symptoms come back you need to practice once again.

No. Breath-hold is one of the ways to enhance the Kumbhak or holding factor. The other ways in Kumbhak Therapy involves using breath, body movements, focus, mind, intentions, the energy system, external forces, the environmental factors and even divine influences in a person’s life

Most therapies talk of managing or controlling the levels or symptoms. Kumbhak Therapy      focuses on returning the system back to its natural condition and not just focusing on bringing down levels or lab parameters.

  • Kumbhak Therapy uses the body’s strength building or effort making mechanism. 
  • It is targeted at a weakened organ or weakened function. 
  • It’s completely natural. 
  • It does not interfere or intervene in a person’s current medical treatment
  • It has no side-effects 
  • It focuses on root cause determination and provides customized solutions. 
  • It can be learnt from the comfort of one’s home. 

Yes, a healthy person should do kumbhak to strengthen the weakened forces within him/her to lead a disease free life . Thus kumbhak acts as a preventive too.

No, it is not difficult as it is a guided online program by trained kumbhak mentors . Astang Chikitsa online therapy course involves minimum body movement. They can be done sitting on a chair or on a flat surface. Participants are also encouraged to do their practices gently while giving sufficient rest between rounds. Thus, they build their capacity slowly.