Celebrate International IVF Day with Garbhagudi

Discover the confluence of science and Indic wisdom to enhance fertility.

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Holistic approach to fertility

At Garbhagudi, we integrate the tri-fold path of yoga, nutrition, and Ayurveda with advanced medical treatments to enhance fertility. This unique approach not only supports your physical health but also nurtures your mental and emotional well-being, creating an optimal environment for conception.

  • Holistic medicine is a form of healing that considers the whole person – body, mind, soul, and emotions – in the quest for optimal health and wellness. According to the holistic medicine philosophy, you can achieve the best possible health by gaining proper balance in life.
  • Holistic medicine practitioners believe that the whole person is made up of parts that depend on one another, and if one part isn't working properly, all the other parts will be affected. So, if you have imbalances (physical, emotional, or spiritual) in your life, it can harm your overall health.
  • A holistic doctor may use all forms of health care, from conventional medication to alternative therapies, to treat you. 
  • Holistic healing therapy is based on principles that guide its approach to promoting health and wellness. These principles aim to create a balanced and harmonious state of well-being and acknowledges that true health and wellness are achieved when the mind, body, and soul are in harmony - Physical, Mental, Emotional, Social, Environmental, and Spiritual.

Holistic medicine is meant to complement, not replace, traditional medical care.

Engage and Learn with us:

Join us in celebrating International IVF Day by participating in our various events and activities. Our event calendar from July 1 to July 25 is packed with opportunities for you to learn and engage. Whether you are an existing patient or new to our services, there's something for everyone. We also have special events happening at our branches across 7 locations, ensuring you can be part of the celebration no matter where you are

Join the 21-Day Yoga Challenge

As part of our campaign, we invite you to take part in our 21-day yoga challenge. This program is designed to improve reproductive health through specially curated yoga practices. By participating, you'll not only enhance your fertility but also become part of a supportive community committed to holistic well-being.

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Yoga :

Practicing Yoga regularly improves the connection between nerve cells in the brain and can even increase the brain’s size. This helps prevent neuro-degenerative disease and also improves memory and cognitive function. Each Yoga pose requires self-awareness and breath control. Practicing mindfulness in this way improves concentration and focus in daily life. Yoga improves spinal health and encourages good posture, reducing chronic back pain and lowering the risk of back injury. Yoga regulates the body’s stress response by lowering the heart and breath rate, reducing blood pressure, and improving blood flow to the cells and organs. These actions elicit a relaxation response that crosses over into a general sense of tranquillity and well-being in daily life. Yoga encourages relaxed, deep breathing which lowers the risk of respiratory illness. Yoga promotes healthy aging by promoting body awareness, concentration, and balance. This reduces the risk of falls and injury that can come with age. Yoga stimulates the nervous system and expands the chest cavity. This improves lung function and strength for physical activity. Yoga improves brain health by supporting emotional balance at a psychological level. It also helps to regulate the production of the stress hormone cortisol. Yoga improves digestion, which improves the body’s ability to absorb nutrients and strengthens the immune system.

Yoga and meditation offer invaluable tools for pregnant individuals to nurture their physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being throughout the journey of pregnancy. By incorporating gentle yoga poses, mindful breathing techniques, into their daily routine, expecting mothers can cultivate a deeper connection with themselves and their unborn child, promoting a sense of calm, strength, and empowerment as they prepare for childbirth.


Ayurvedic medicine (also known as Ayurveda) is India's primary healthcare system. More than 90 percent of the continent's population use some form of Ayurvedic therapy, including following its dietary principles, practicing traditional or "grandma's medicine," or seeking professional help from trained Ayurvedic practitioners

Ayurvedic medicine is entirely holistic. Its adherents strive to create harmony between the body, mind, and soul, maintaining that this balance prevents illness, treats acute conditions, and contributes to a long and healthy life.

  • Considered to be the world's oldest healthcare system
  • Named for the Sanskrit word meaning the "science of life"
  • Founded upon belief that all areas of life impact health
  • Massage, Acupuncture, Meditation are part of ayurvedic treatment

In Ayurveda, each person is unique, and treatments are tailored to individual needs based on their unique constitution, or "dosha" (vata, pitta, and kapha). Ayurveda also emphasizes the use of herbs, spices, and other natural remedies to support health and treat ailments. These remedies work holistically to address the root cause of the problem, not just the symptoms


You need a healthy lifestyle in this world which is highly competitive and throws challenges at each and every turn. A healthy body has a sharp mind that will catch up with the pace to get the desired success. When you run behind the problems, you accumulate several negative things in your body like stress, tension, and sleeplessness. A healthy and balanced diet is what helps in maintaining good health.

Events at Branch Level




Kalyan Nagar




Electronic City




New BEL Road