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Regular Class

योगः समाधिसिद्धिराशीर्वादः।

"Yoga is the achievement of a state of total absorption and accomplishment; it is a divine gift."

Our regular classes focus on the practice of asanas, fundamental pranayama techniques, and meditation. Although we practice yoga in a group setting, we offer individualized training that adheres to a structured methodology, taking into account the student's age, physical condition, previous yoga experience, and medical background. In accordance with our system, we enforce a restriction on class sizes, allowing a maximum of 16 participants per teacher. This ensures that each student receives individual attention on a one-to-one basis, which is consistent with our established practice. We prioritize the nuanced elements of Yoga, allowing practitioners to achieve the authentic advantages of the practice. Our classes focus on incorporating the five essential elements into asana practices to enhance the overall experience.


5 Essentials Of Yogasana Pratices

Flow (Vinyasa): Engaging in deliberate and conscious movement, purposefully positioning body parts to achieve and then release yoga poses.

Breathing (Shwasa): Coordinating inhalation and exhalation with bodily motions while performing yoga poses.

Posture Maintenance (Stithi): Sustaining yogasanas for optimal periods to maximize advantages.

Focal Point (Drishti): Concentrating on particular internal and external points following the achievement of yoga postures.

Relaxation (Vishranti) : refers to the state of ensuring that the body remains relaxed both during and between asanas.

Regular classes are divided into


For those new to yoga, the Basic level course is intended to methodically introduce and reinforce the fundamentals of the practice so that the practitioner may fully explore the complex Hatha Yoga techniques. This course provides logically arranged fundamental techniques that, with the right knowledge and effort, enable the practitioner to move smoothly into increasingly difficult and advanced techniques.



The practitioner can go on to the Intermediate Level after finishing the Basic Level. Through well selected yoga practices, this level is designed to help the practitioner advance and reach significant muscle endurances. This method greatly helps the practitioner to build a solid foundation both physically and mentally to go further.



The Advanced Course is intended for practitioners who wish to explore the more complex Asana techniques and learn how these asanas can be extended for meditative purposes. In addition, this level covers sophisticated breathing methods and presents Kriya, which helps to put these techniques into practice.


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