Hatha Yoga

Hatha yoga is the yoga tradition most familiar to Western culture. The term is derived from the Sanskrit ha, meaning “sun,” and tha, meaning “moon.” The practice aims to unite the active and receptive qualities represented by each celestial being.

Theraptic Yoga

Yoga therapy is the application of Yogic principles to a particular person with the objective of achieving a particular spiritual, psychological, or physiological goal.. Yoga therapists have in-depth training to help them assess and keep their clients safe. They work with you to address your specific goals while considering any limitations you might be experiencing.

Acrobatic Yoga

Acroyoga (also written Acro-Yoga or Acro Yoga) is a physical practice which combines yoga and acrobatics. Acroyoga includes many types of (mostly recreational) partner and group acrobatics in which at least someone is lifted

Group session

Group yoga refers to a style of yoga practice in which the participants work together to form the poses.

Personal session

These Personal sessions allow you to ease into yoga in a safer manner, with proper alignment and a clear focus on your goals and needs.

pregnancy session

Can be an effective and enjoyable way to address symptoms like lower back pain and nausea. It may also improve your sleep, reduce stress and anxiety, and increase strength and flexibility during childbirth.

Massage - Theraphy

People use massage for a variety of health-related purposes, including to relieve pain, rehabilitate sports injuries, reduce stress, increase relaxation, address anxiety and depression, and aid general wellness

Kids Yoga

The greatest challenge with children is to hold their attention long enough to teach them the benefits of yoga: stillness, balance, flexibility, focus, peace, grace, connection, health, and well-being. Yoga can help children deal with this pressure-cooker environment. And infuse energy and confidence into their personalities. Yoga develops awareness of body, mind and breath. Children begin to understand that we are all made of the same “stuff.”

Postnatal Yoga

Postnatal yoga uses movement, breath and relaxation to allow you to reconnect with your body after pregnancy and birth.

Corporate Session

Corporate Yoga Yoga can remove stress from the body and mind. It is a holistic approach to physical and mental health, as well as a person’s well-being and personal growth. Corporate Yoga is the extended concept of working peacefully in the midst of a hectic corporate environment. enhanced creativity and focus and healing for employees and convenience and increased productivity for the employer.

Power Yoga

Power yoga is a general term used to describe a vigorous, fitness-based approach to vinyasa-style yoga. Though many consider power yoga to be superficial “gym yoga,” this style of yoga practice was originally closely modeled on the Ashtanga method.

Ashtanga Yoga

The dynamic, physically demanding practice synchronizes breath and movement to produce an internal heat designed to purify the body. Ashtanga yoga, is great for building core strength and toning the body. Prepare to sweat as you briskly move through a set sequence. the eight limbs as yama (abstinences), niyama (observances), asana (postures), pranayama (breathing), pratyahara (with drawal), dharana (concentration), dhyana (meditation) and samadhi (absorption). Practicing Ashtanga rejuvenates your body, making it stronger, toned, and more flexible and controlled.



Group yoga refers to a style of yoga practice in which the participants work together to form the poses.


Rather than each yogi performing a specific pose, as in a traditional yoga class, the yogis in group yoga each form a different limb of one bigger pose or assist each other in the poses.


Group yoga can also refer generically to yoga classes in general, in which the yogis practice the same asanas individually in a supportive environment with a leader or instructor.


There’s absolutely nothing like the energy in a group yoga class. The energy shared between everyone in class, whether you’re all working on a new pose together or meditating as a group,


Plus, you can use that group energy to help fuel your own practice and push yourself further! Which leads us to our second point


Practicing yoga in a group is an excellent way to help others with their practice and push yourself in yours

Pair Across yoga


Acroyoga (also written AcroYoga or Acro Yoga) is a physical practice which combines yoga and acrobatics. 


Acroyoga includes many types of (mostly recreational) partner and group acrobatics in which at least someone is lifted. 


 As such it also draws on traditions of circus arts, cheer-leading, and dance acro.


We have organized Suryanamaskar Yogathan on Feb 2 2019

Yoga Quiz

We have conducted International Yoga eQuiz on
June 21 2020

Online Yoga Classes

We have conducted online Yoga Classes


YCB certification of Yoga professionals and accreditation Institutions, prescribing syllabus for various levels of Yoga trainers and any such activities that may be considered necessary for promotion of Yoga. The Coaching Session will be very informative and interesting to further upgrade their knowledge to crack the competitive examinations