Dr. Raghavendra Rao Yoga Teacher Bangalore

Dr. Raghavendra Rao
Yoga/Meditation teacher, Bangalore


  • 2 Hospitals
  • Dr. Raghavendra Rao is a Consultant at Rangadore Memorial Hospital, Bangalore, Sankalpa Yoga & Natural Health Centre, Bangalore


  • Yoga & Meditation



  • BNYS
  • Ph.D in Yoga from SVYASA, University, Bangalore

Practice Information

Rangadore Memorial Hospital, Bangalore

Rangadore Memorial Hospital, Bangalore

1st Cross, Shankarapuram, Basavanagudi, Bangalore, Karnataka - 560004

Sankalpa Yoga & Natural Health Centre, Bangalore

Sankalpa Yoga & Natural Health Centre, Bangalore

#322, 7th Cross, Bhuvaneswarinagar, Banasanakri III Stage, Bangalore, Karnataka - 560085

Patient Experience

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Achievements & Contributions

  • Central committee for ethical guidelines, ethics training and workshop- Indian Council for Medical Research, New Delhi
  • Working in the department of Clinical & Psychoneuroimmunological Research, at Swami Vivekananda Yoga Research Foundation, Bangalore. This center is recognized as a research center by Department for Scientific and Industrial Research, (DSIR) Government of India, New Delhi
  • Recipient of Dr. Sushila Thacker Prakruti Mandir Prize for the best paper in the field of Yoga , Naturopathy and Natural Health by  Association of Physiologists and  Pharmacologists  of  India in December 2002
  • Raghavendra Rao.M, Nagarathna .R. Indian Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology, Dec2000. (45).Yoga therapy as an adjuvant in the treatment of breast cancer
  • S.Chandrashekara. A. Shobha, MN. Ramesh, Y. Saravanan, HS. Vadiraja, M. Raghavendra Rao. Proteus mirabilis has no role in etiology of rheumatoid arthritis JIRA, 2000; 9(Suppl)
  • Raghavendra Rao.M, Nagendra H.R, Nagarathna, R, Vinay.C, Chandrashekara.S, Srinath.B.S, Gopinath K.S, Ramesh B.S, Ravi B.D, Shekar, P., Nalini, Rao. Yoga Therapy as a useful psychotherapeutic intervention in Breast Cancer patients undergoing conventional treatment. The 49th Annual national conference of Association of Physiologists and  Pharmacologists  of  India, December, 2002
  • Association of Physiologists and Pharmacologists of India
  • Indian Association of Biomedical Scientists
  • Indian Naturopathy and Yoga graduates Association
  • Member of the editorial board of Immunology and Arthritis Education and Re