Yoga is the practice of keeping the body and mind fit through exercises that have their roots in Sanskrit scriptures. Research has shown that yoga has countless benefits, to the mind, the body and personality. Through the practice of mindful breathing and meditation, we are able to focus on our mental health and gently let go of tension and stress. The different asanas exercise our muscles, activate our endocrine system and keep us flexible and healthy. Practicing yoga regularly not only improves physical wellbeing but it guards against lifestyle diseases, prevents accidents due to carelessness and loss of co-ordination, and improves our resistance to infection.
However, while yoga promotes good physical and mental health, beginners should only practice yoga under supervision. At our regular yoga classes, we give you the opportunity to practice yoga with well qualified and experienced instructors. Flexible class timings make allowances for your busy schedule and our small, personal batches ensure that everyone gets adequate attention.
Trainer Experience: We have many experienced teachers and Mr. Natyaranga is one of them. He has 15 years of experience in this field.
You will Learn:
Combination of gentle and vigorous postures as well as dynamic exercises
Powerful breathing techniques
Application of yogic knowledge
Simple tools for relaxation
Yogic perspective on attaining a balanced diet
Morning sessions - Mon, Wed, Fri
Evening sessions - Tue, Thurs, Sat.
Class timing: Morning (11:30 to 12:30) and evening (7:30 to 8:30)
Duration : 1 hour per session
Course: One month - 3 days in a week
Who can join this class :
Children (7 yr old and above) & Adults (Age no bar)
Group size : 6 people in a group
Location of the Institute: 3rd Stage, Basavesa Nagar, Bangalore
Exclusion: Student can bring a health drink and a mat (if required)
*Institute will provide only water.
Classes are conducted at the Institute. If anyone wants faculty conduct classes at home then there would be some additional charges according to the Location, Head count and No. of Sessions.
1. Can I Do Yoga Even Though I am Not Flexible?
Don't avoid yoga just because you think you are not flexible. In fact, yoga loosens up tight muscles.
2. What is the Best Music for Yoga?
You can practice yoga listening to just about any music you like or you can listen to no music at all and practice in silence. If you are trying to create a playlist for home practice, think about the kind of music you have enjoyed in past yoga classes.
3. When is the best time to do yoga?
Some yoga traditions, such as the Ashtanga system of Pattabhi Jois, advocates doing yoga Asanas early in the morning, if possible before the sun rises.
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