Ganga Devdas studied acupressure at the Yantra Foundation in India and brought his knowledge to the United States. His goal is to empower the public with acupressure knowledge by teaching them one of the most popular therapies in the world—a therapy that dates back many thousands of years.
“My approach and practices of acupressure [sic] is based on Dr. Devendra Vora, world-renowned acupressure therapist,” says Devdas. “It is his inspiration and my association with him made me learn [sic] and practice this therapy as a service to common man [sic].”
Acupressure is completely safe and has zero side effects. It is a combination of Naturopathy, yoga, and Ayurveda. A diagnosis made using acupressure can be equivalent to an MRI, using only a thumb for a diagnosis and a pressure point for a cure.
The workshop is being offered for free as a service to the community, and is one of many ongoing workshops and classes offered to the public for free or on a donation basis. The center is located at 6315 Lindsley Avenue in Dallas, just 10 minutes from downtown and a short walk from White Rock Lake.
For more information about the workshop and other center offerings like yoga classes, massage therapy, and Kirtan, visit www.atmabhaktiyoga.com.
About Atma Bhakti Yoga Center
Atma Bhakti Yoga Center’s mission is to foster a community that nourishes the unity of the body, mind, and spirit. It offers weekly yoga classes, massage therapy, Ayurvedic cooking and nutrition, and special events and workshops throughout the year.
The center welcomes people of all religious faiths and backgrounds. The space is available to rent for seminars and workshops, and offers a fully equipped kitchen for cooking classes and demonstrations. Visit our website at www.atmabhaktiyoga.com for more information and to view our calendar of classes and workshops.