VY C Programs

VY™ stands for Vivekananda Yoga for Corporations. The series of corporate yoga programs is tailor-made...


VY[C]™ stands for Vivekananda Yoga for Corporations. The series of corporate yoga programs is tailor-made for Professionals, Managers, Executives and Technicians.

Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity – World Health Organization (WHO)

How many of us so called healthy people satisfy WHO’s criteria for total health? Are the present health systems adequate to achieve this?
Is there any other scientifically proven path to total health?

SMET™ is the Answer!

Eminent doctors, researchers and yoga experts at S-VYASA (Swami Vivekananda Yoga Anusandhana Samsthana) have developed a unique program called Self Management of Excessive Tension (SMET™), based on yogic science and Vedic ideology for combating stress and ensuring all-round health of the body and mind. The VY[C]SMET™ technique is user-friendly, being easy to learn and practice at home and in the work place.
The VY[C]SMET™ formula is conducive to all sections of the society, from corporate executives to housewives. It provides simple relaxation to the body and mind. In just two days’ time, VY[C]SMET™ technique equips each person to improve his or her efficiency and performance, and to be free from stress. In other words, relaxed and balanced.
The VY[C]SMET™ Way – A daily half-hour practice helps to build self-confidence, and with regular practice, one will experience lower blood pressure and improved quality of sleep.

Achieve Restfulness in Brief Moment

35 minutes of SMET Achieves Better Rest Than 6 hours of Good Sleep!

STRESS – The Good & The Bad

Man’s quest for knowledge and freedom since time immemorial has led him to become an intellectual giant but has also added dimensions of stress and hypersensitivity. The Result? Deterioration of the quality of life and many social and health hazards!

Stress is part of life and necessary for growth; without it, we stagnate. Good stress induces awareness, alertness and shatters inefficiency.
Modern life, however, is obsessed with speed, and this has turned alertness and sharpness to hypersensitivity and negative stress reactions. This leads to hazards of escalating rates of non-communicable diseases (NCDs) including cardiac arrest, strokes and psychiatric illnesses.

6-hr Sleep > 9% Restfulness

What is the Way Out?

  • Practice the Stimulate-Relax Combination, advocated in Mandukya, the shortest of Upanisads, as the science of Holistic living
  • Balance sensitivity with expanding awareness as the key for growth
  • Synergize all team members’ efforts to develop team spirit through group awareness
  • Enhance creativity to build, and not sharpness to cut
  • Learn and practice the art and science of converting challenges to opportunities
  • Follow evidence-base practices

Evidence-Base Practice

  • Extensive and in-depth research published in peer-reviewed index journals has proven that half an hour of practice provides 3 times as much rest as 6 hours of good sleep.
  • Increased brain wave coherence, information-processing for higher concentration, memory, and creativity have been demonstrated.
  • Articles published in renowned journals as British Medical Journal shows that our tailor-made practices are effective in combating health hazards and modern NCDs.

Summarized Benefits of VY[C] SMET

  • Enhance emotional competence significantly
  • Reduce stress-driven physiological arousal
  • Enhance the ability to sustain, focus and shift the attention
  • Improve efficiency at work
  • Reduce blood pressure
  • Enhance clarity in thinking
  • Decrease the consumption of oxygen
  • Achieve relaxation

35-min of SMET > 32% Restfulness

Packages For Participants

Half Day SMET™ - Introduction
One Day SMET™ – Basic
Two Days SMET™ – Intermediate
Three Days SMET™ – Advance

Course Content of SMET™ Series for Instructor Training

  • Introduction to SMET
  • Concept of Stress
  • Stress and its Release
  • Executive Growth
  • Group Dynamics
  • Cyclicity and working in tune with nature
  • Research summary of SMET
  • VYASA movement
  • Integrated Approach of Yoga Therapy
  • Teaching techniques