The World Health Organization indicates that “traditional, complementary, or alternative medicine has many positive features”, and that “traditional medicine and its practitioners play an important role in treating chronic illnesses, and improving the quality of life of those suffering from minor illness or from certain incurable diseases” (World Health Organization Resolution WHA56.31 de mayo de 2003).
The Spanish Medical College Organization (Organización Médica Colegial de España) classified yoga and meditation within the group of “mind and body therapies” and they indicate that yoga and meditation have a “legitimate scope of application in their field“.
On the other hand, the United Nations has proclaimed 21st of June as International Yoga Day, recognizing that “yoga provides a holistic approach to health and well-being” and that “wider dissemination of information about the benefits of
practising yoga would be beneficial for the health of the world population“, (Resolution A/RES/69/131 of the General Assembly of the United Nations, of 11 december 2014).
Please note that the exercises practiced in the workshops of the Universal Healing Tao System can in no case substitute the doctor-patient relationship.
Therefore, the information and exercises included in this website or practiced during the workshops cannot be interpreted as scientific reliable information, and they cannot be interpreted as medical diagnostics, prescriptions, suggestions or recommendations.
For any health problem, it´s your own exclusive responsibility to consult with a medical center, therapist or any other officially recognized health professional. Likewise the exercises practiced during the workshop are done under the only responsibility of the participant.