Yoga & Meditation



The practice of yoga asana’s embodies the vishwalaya of kala’s vishwa’s.

Through yoga, we discipline our minds energy; whereby between the spaces of each and every breath, we expand our consciousness in unison with the universal breath of life. This is the harmonious integration of our mind, heart, soul and chakras (life force energies) consonantly.

The benefits of yoga provide both instant gratification and lasting transformation. Yoga can change our physical and mental capacity quickly, while preparing the mind and body for long-term health.

Yoga’s deep breathing and meditation practices help foster an inner shift. Yoga helps relieve stress and declutters the mind, helping us to become more focused.

Spending time on your yoga mat is beneficial for your entire body from head to toe.

Yoga for glowing skin and face. A few signature yoga exercises can add a permanent glow to your face and body.

Toxics, hormone imbalanced radicals and sensitivity to the sun are some common causes of skin problems.

By delivering more oxygen to the cells, it reduces stress and helps improve immunity which helps alleviate skin issues.

Practicing some simple asanas like Halaans Sirasanas, Janusirasasanas, viparithakarani and Pavanamuthasanam will balance the blood circulation in the body.

The most common causes of constipation , gas, and other immune system or stomach troubles is linked to life style - fast paced life , poor eating habits , stress etc. .

Yoga can help ease the pain and discomfort of such digestive troubles. It is recommended to practise yogasanas like “utthana padasana, pavanamuthasana to name a few .

By doing simple NADISHODHE pranayama is also good for diabetics and can help release stress and flush out toxins from the body.

A combination of yoga asanas like Halasana, Pachimothanasana, salabalashan, uttinana padasana and naule and other Yoga postures help control sugar level in diabetics .

Yoga asanas also improve the functioning of pancreas .

Piles are abnormally enlarged and dilated blood vessels around the back passage or anus.

Yoga asana helps in the removal of the toxins from the body and helps relieve the pain caused due to piles.

Piles may also cause back pain. This also can be treated by practising the appropriate Yoga asana.

Some of the asanas that are recommended for controlling piles are “Bathmasanam, gomugasanam,pachimuthasanam,sirvangasanam and sirasanam.

Eye yoga exercises ( salanapairche) has existed for centuries and helped many people regain their eye sight.

Two eye exercises that are preferred are ‘blinking and palming’.