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Gopichand launches 'Dhyana for Sports'

Gopichand launches ‘Dhyana for Sports’
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Gopichand launches ‘Dhyana for Sports’

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Dhyana, one of India’s leading meditation and mindfulness tracking brands, which launched the world’s first OTC (Over-the-Counter) meditation tracker in 2019, has announced the launch of a new set of carefully curated guided meditation sessions for athletes on the Dhyana app called ‘Dhyana for Sports’

Hyderabad: Dhyana, one of India's leading meditation and mindfulness tracking brands, which launched the world's first OTC (Over-the-Counter) meditation tracker in 2019, has announced the launch of a new set of carefully curated guided meditation sessions for athletes on the Dhyana app called 'Dhyana for Sports'.

Designed with the Chief National Coach of the Indian Badminton team Pullela Gopichand, each of the sessions voiced by himself is inspired from his personal experience around conditioning and building the mental strength of world-renowned and Olympic-winning athletes like Sindhu, Nehwal, Kashyap, Srikanth, B Sai Praneeth, Gurusaidutt, Sairaj, Sikki, Sumeeth Reddy, Siril Verma, Prannoy, Sameer Verma, Sourabh Verma and others.

The 10 sessions in the 'Dhyana for Sports' section in the app, named Uniting Your Innerself, Forgive, Winner Instincts, Gratitude, Stillness, Visualization, Strengthen Discipline, Pre-Workout, Post-Workout and End of the Day, are tailor-made for athletes for assisting them in monitoring and analysing their state of meditation in order to help inculcate a champion's mindset.

This is done with the help of the Dhyana wearable ring that is capable of measuring the constant variation in milliseconds between a user's heartbeats (HRV) which along with advanced algorithms in the app simplifies a meditation session into three core tenets – Gopichand said "The ability to stay positive and focus-driven is a quality that one needs to cultivate, particularly in these trying times when most of our goals for the year have been waylaid by the pandemic."

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