Yoga is a way of life; it is not only Asanas & Kriyas, as opposed to popular belief. Practical applications of yoga in daily life includes the simple philosophies behind the techniques of yoga that contributes better living.
The techniques of yoga aim at removing the cause of the physical illness if any, after that improving the mental attributes on having a calm mind (concentrated and steady) thereby realizing one’s own spiritual self and one’s purpose in life.
Yoga is a way of life. By practicing yoga in-depth, you will benefit not only in its physical aspects, but mentally and spiritually as well; it will bring you peace and clarity. Yoga asanas will help you improve flexibility, enhance your breathing capacity and improve your posture among several other benefits.
Yes, it can! Yoga asanas are structured in such a way that it works on each muscle, strengthening them and burning fat. You may be seen losing more on inches than on the weighing machine, but with regular practice, you can lose weight.
The Yoga Institute conducts Weight Management Camps from time to time. Sign up to join.
You will adviced techniques, depending on your medical condition. In all our Health camps, participants are taught simple techniques, variations of asanas which are safe for them to practice. We believe that Yoga is for everyone: men and women, young and old, sick and healthy, people of all communities, in all parts of the world.
Come and meet our counsellors and empanelled doctors for consultation at our weekly session of Samatvam on Saturdays at 4:30 pm. Read and sign up here.
We also conduct camps for people with different medical conditions. Click here to know more.
Not necessarily but we recommend a Satvik vegetarian diet.
The class strength varies from time to time but there may be anything between 20 to 60 students in a class.
There is always personal attention given no matter how big the class is. Our teachers do meet students individually in case they have any doubts or problems.
Yes. The Institute has a computer room that residential students have access to.
At the Institute, we believe in following a Satvik aahar (food). Outside food is not allowed, except for fruits or vegetables.