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Hatha Vidya Yoga class
Regular Yoga
Basic yoga

Regular Class

क्रियायुक्तस्य सिद्धिः स्यादक्रियस्य कथं भवेत् ।
न शास्त्रपाठमात्रेण योगसिद्धिः प्रजायते ।।६५।।

kriyāyuktasya siddhiḥ syādakriyasya katham bhavet/ na śāstrapāthamātreņa yogasiddhiḥ prajāyate

Accomplishment in yoga becomes possible only to the person connected with the practice. How a non practitioner can attain (success)? Merely by reading scriptures, accomplishment in yoga is not attained.

Hatha Pradipika 1:65

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 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.

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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

Basic

Designed for novices, the Basic course introduces and reinforces Yoga fundamentals for optimal exploration of Haṭha Yoga practices. This course provides progressively ordered basic practices to assist practitioners easily graduate to more difficult and advanced practices with comprehension and attentiveness.

Program curriculam

Intermediate

Practitioners can take the Intermediate Level after completing the Basic Level. This level is designed to help practitioners grow and build muscle endurance via yoga. This approach helps the practitioner build a strong physical and mental foundation for success.

Program curriculam

 (Breath Retention Techniques)

Advanced

The Advanced Course is for practitioners who want to learn advanced Asana practices and how they can be used for meditation. This level introduces advanced breathing methods and Shodana Kriya (Cleansing Practices) to help them work.

Program curriculam

(Jala Neti -Nasal cleansing with water)

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