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ISSN: 2157-7595

Journal of Yoga & Physical Therapy
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Editor-in-Chief

Anand Shetty
Editor-in-Chief (USA)
Anand Shetty
University of St Mary
USA
Biography

Anand Shetty is a Professor in the Department of Physical Therapy at the University of St. Mary. He is also the Co-Director of Research in the department. Currently he teaches anatomy, exercise physiology, and a series of research courses. He received his Doctoral degree in Physical Education from the University of Northern Colorado. He has published and presented numerous articles on obesity, pranayama, yoga, hunger control, and a frequent invited speaker on obesity and nutrition. He has more than 30 years of teaching and research experience. He invites researchers to submit their scientific endeavors in the area of yoga, pranayama, weight control, nutrition, and physical therapy interventions to the Journal of Yoga and Physical Therapy. It is a great way to contribute and share knowledge to the world and community the importance of Yoga in physical therapy interventions in treatments and prevention of diseases.

 

Research Interest

Pranayama/breathing exercises on health.
My research with Teens proved that pranayama can help with obesity and control hunger. This is one way to control increased caloric consumption. Pranayama increases oxygen supply to the system that invigorates the whole body to energize. I strongly believe that Yogic practice should not be limited by religion/race/origin of individuals because human body has similar energy pathways irrespective of social differences.

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