yoga training Kerala


Yoga can be considered as union of the mind with the absolute. It is divided into eight parts – Yama, Niyama, Asana, Prnayama, Pratychara, Dhanana, Dhyanan and Samadhi. One can thus understand one’s own real nature and live life vigorously. The physical postures help the practitioner become very supple and make them attain a high degree of flexibility. The numerous health benefits are beyond everybody’s guess.


Class Timings: Monday – Friday Evening 7pm.

Individual & Personal Training will be given on request

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Bones, Muscles, and Joints

  • The physical benefits of yoga are myriad. It keeps your body strong, as it involves all the muscles in your body to hold and balance yogaasanas (poses). The various yoga postures strengthen your feet, legs, hands, abdominals, lower back, legs, and shoulders.
  • Yoga’s stretching and breathing exercises improve your flexibility, helping joints, tendons, and muscles stay limber. People suffering from osteoarthritis or rheumatoid arthritis will see a noticeable improvement in their stiffness, pain, and other arthritic symptoms by practicing poses and postures.
  • Hathayoga can relieve chronic back and neck pain, since the poses and postures gently stretch and strengthen your back and neck muscles.
  • Yoga is often prescribed to help heal various injuries, including repetitive strain injuries, knee and back injuries, pulled hamstrings.
  • It is an excellent weight-bearing exercise that can improve your bone density. This is particularly beneficial for women approaching menopause, since It can help ward off osteoporosis, or thinning of the bone.
Regular yoga practice will create multiple and noticeable benefits to your health. Get joined today ! And as your instructor will no doubt tell you at the end of your practice: Namaste.
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