Kalaripayattu requires years of practice which begins when one is very young, the body flexible and the muscle supple. This is our traditional martial art form and it is neglected nowadays. It has come to a stage when we will only accept something if it comes to us from outside. Look at what happened to yoga, it became all fashionable here when the west took to it. Practicing kalari teaches combat, defends and self control. One can attack or get ready to attack but also know when to stop. Kalari gives the confidence in day today life situations. It is more relevant today when people pay no attention to exercise.
Moves can be incorporated into daily activities, fewer cases of back ache and neck pain. Regular yoga practice also creates mental clarity & calmness, improves strength, balance and flexibility. Slow movements and deep breathing increase blood flow and warm up muscles, while holding a pose can build strength. All together we provides kalari and yoga practice to patients to improve posture, increase flexibility build muscle strength boots metabolism, increased blood flow and self esteem.