Yoga is a non-religious system by which one learns to experience the supreme reality within oneself, in every breath and action. As one embarks upon the fascinating and rewarding journey of yoga and embraces the life to its fullest, the union is developed and experienced at different levels.

Yoga teaches us discipline and regularity in life. It helps us treat our ailments which stem from excessive toxins in the system and from our inability to properly relax our body and mind. Its aim is to help us reach our infinite potential by making us physically, mentally and emotionally healthy and live in a state of bliss.

Yoga is complete only when we try to practice all the eight limbs of Yoga – Yama, Niyama,  Asana, Pranayama, Pratyahara, Dharana, Dhyana and Samadhi (the last two being for the more advanced aspirants). Yoga is a part of all our workshops, for we know that it is essential for a person’s wholesome growth.

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Swara Yoga
Swara Yoga

Swara etymologically means ‘the sound of one’s own breath’. Yoga means ‘union’. Therefore, swara yoga enables the state of union to be reached by means of one’s breath. ‘Swara’ is more than the air which flows from the nostrils, it is the flow of ‘prana’, a very subtle and vital aspect of the breath. Through the practice of swara yoga, one can realise the breath as being the medium of the cosmic life force. Although both pranayama and swara yoga deal with prana, swara yoga emphasises the analysis of breath and significance of different pranic rhythms, whereas pranayama involves techniques to expand, redirect, store and control prana.

The physical act of breathing is said to have a very subtle influence on the level of consciousness and therefore the effects of swara yoga are also very subtle. It aims at directly awakening the highest human potential.

Swara Yoga not only helps those who believe in a supreme reality but also those who do not have such faith. It is a path which leads to total experience and awakening of the inner being.

If you are interested in learning about Swara Yoga in greater detail, do contact us and we will get back to you.

 Kriya Yoga

Kriya Yoga

The origin of kriya yoga is lost in the ancient past because it was kept so secret. It is said to have been reintroduced by the great yogi Babaji as the ideal practice for sincere seekers of wisdom.

The word ‘kriya’ here represents a system where one intentionally rotates one’s attention along fixed pathways. Also, it is called so because one moves the body into specified mudras, bandhas and asanas according to a fixed scheme of practice. The system is designed to bring results through regular practice.

Kriya yoga is a very sophisticated method of harmonising and synchronising the natural forces and energies of one’s being. The physical, psychic and mental forces are brought into line with each other so that they flow together in a constant, powerful stream making one very sensitive to the deeper aspects of one’s inner nature.

KriyaYoga is a practice meant only for sincere seekers who have got some training in Yoga. If you are a sincere seeker and interested in learning about Kriya Yoga in greater detail, do contact us and we will get back to you.




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