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Accordingly, with analyzes made earlier in this article, the theoretical foundation of an educational strategy that provides the Al Ananda Yogic Studies Group of the Guantánamo province is presented, with the necessary tools to contribute to the satisfaction of basic psychological needs, from the Systemic work with the group members, specialists in Physical Culture and yoga monitors, based on the barriers and potential identified in the group's diagnosis. A theoretical-practical and methodological reference structure is provided, so that the process of socialization and interaction in the group can be intended on satisfactory elements that require direct treatment, as a foundation for more complex formations such as intrinsic behaviors that enable psychological well-being, the motivation seen as the existence of an accumulation of energy generated by different human needs that will subsequently acquire a direction or orientation towards the satisfaction of those needs.
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