Catholic priest Father Joseph Pereira practises yoga at the Kripa centre in Camphal, Goa, India. He is the founder of the Kripa Foundation, which uses yoga and Western anti-addiction techniques to treat addicts in India. Catholic priest Father Joseph Pereira practises yoga at the Kripa centre in Camphal, Goa, India. He is the founder of the Kripa Foundation, which uses yoga and Western anti-addiction techniques to treat addicts in India.
Catholic priest Father Joseph Pereira practises yoga at the Kripa centre in Camphal, Goa, India. He is the founder of the Kripa Foundation, which uses yoga and Western anti-addiction techniques to treat addicts in India.

‘From brokenness to wholeness to holiness’: addicts cured with yoga and faith by Catholic priest’s foundation

  • Programme blends the teachings of Mother Teresa, the Nobel Peace Prize-winning Catholic missionary, and yoga master B.K.S. Iyengar
  • Founded 40 years ago by Catholic priest Father Joseph Pereira, the Kripa Foundation uses yoga and modern de-addiction techniques

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Catholic priest Father Joseph Pereira practises yoga at the Kripa centre in Camphal, Goa, India. He is the founder of the Kripa Foundation, which uses yoga and Western anti-addiction techniques to treat addicts in India. Catholic priest Father Joseph Pereira practises yoga at the Kripa centre in Camphal, Goa, India. He is the founder of the Kripa Foundation, which uses yoga and Western anti-addiction techniques to treat addicts in India.
Catholic priest Father Joseph Pereira practises yoga at the Kripa centre in Camphal, Goa, India. He is the founder of the Kripa Foundation, which uses yoga and Western anti-addiction techniques to treat addicts in India.
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