Yoga is an ancient art of loving has now been developed s a separate medical science. Maharishi Patanjali propounded it in a systemic form: which consists of eight components namely retrains, observance of austerity, physical postures, breathing exercises, retraining of sense organs, contemplation, pranayama’s, meditation and Samadhi. These steps in yoga practise could improve social behaviour, physical health, better circulation of oxygenated blood in the bloodstream, retraining the sense organs and thus the mind, and inducing tranquillity and serenity in the mind. Yoga practise reduces the risk of psychosomatic ailments and increases an individual’s tolerance and ability to cope with stressful conditions. It enhances intelligence and memory while also fostering the development of a psychosomatic personality. Meditation can help to regulate emotional changes, prevent abnormal bodily functions, and govern the autonomic nervous system.