A stands for Ayurveda, Y for Yoga and Naturopathy, U for Unani, S for Siddha and H for Homeopathy.
Ayurveda-literally "Science of Life"-is based on the twin principles of wholeness and balance. As a holistic healing tradition, Ayurveda recommends treating the "whole" person-body, mind, senses, emotions and spirit-instead of following the "one-cause-one-cure" principle and focusing on the symptoms of the moment. The premise is that if the roots are nourished and watered, the plant will flourish. Diet, sleep, lifestyle, daily and seasonal routines and internal cleansing are just as, or more, important than herbs and potions in order to maintain good health. And Ayurveda is equally about maintaining or preserving good health as it is about treating disorder Unani is an Indian holistic healing therapy. Unani herbal treatments (Ilaj Bil Dawa) are based on the body's natural components. Unani specialists recommend disease and illness prevention, according to essential and non-essential factors. Unani implements Ayurvedic and other ancient healing principles. Unani advocates claim that Unani can treat any ailment.
In the above context MISSION has organised several Trainings & Campaigns with the financial assistance of National Institute of Nutaropathy, Departmernt of AYUSH, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Govt. of India. The trainings programmes were organised differently for School & College Children, Women, Aged , Working Professionals at different places of Dhenkanal, Bodh, Jharusuguda & Deogarh Districts of Orissa. Nearly 1000 participants had attended the said programme organised at different palces of Orissa. The resources persons from NIN-Pune, SCB Medical College & Hospital, International Naturopath Organisation were invited to focus on the subject and to train the participants