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The core of any yoga practice is the performance of different body positions called Asanas. Each of the Asanas has specific physical and mental benefits associated to it. The purpose of the yoga poses is to recondition the different organs and systems, provide them strength, flexibility and vitality. They not only provide benefit to physical body but also to the mind.


When the Breath wanders, the mind is unsteady, but when the Breath is still, so is the mind still." - Hatha Yoga Pradipika Pranayama means “control of the breath” or “control of the life force.” It refers to a series of breathing exercises from the simple to the complex which are designed to be part of the practice of yoga. They are techniques of breathing and controlling your breath which regulates energy flow and aims at maintaining energy balance in the body. With practice of Pranayama, you will start experiencing lightness of body, feeling of inner peace, better digestion, better sleep, better memory and better concentration. General irritability due to lethargy/ fatigue vanishes. Pranayama Improves functioning of Body Organs and systems.

Suksham Vyayam

This group of Asanas is concerned with loosening up the joints of the body. It eliminates energy blockages in the joints and outer extremities of the physical body and works on the Pranic and the mental level as well. Each part of the body including all organs, joints and muscles are benefited. So the Yogic Sukshma Vyayamaa, as is implied by its name, is meant for the subtle body or Sukshma Sarira. As per the yogic philosophical tradition there are five bodies for every individual - the physical and the subtle: the annamaya sarira, pranamaya sareera, manomaya sareera, vigyanamaya sareera and anandamaya sareera. So, Sukshma Vyayamaa deals with the second level, which is the subtle body or Sukshma Sarira

Sthula Vyayams

Sthula Vyayamaa which succeeds Sukshma Vyayamaa are about half a dozen exercises meant for the Sthula or the physical body. Sthula Vyayama, are well-suited to warm up and for general body work out. These exercises are more intensive and demanding for the body's musculature.
Following are Sthula Vyayams:-

* Rekha-Gati
* Hrd-Gati
* Utkurdana
* Urdhva-Gati
* Sarvanga-Pusti


SShatkarmas refers to the Yogic practices involving purification of the body. Shatkarmas are techniques used in cleansing the inner channels of the body and certain hygiene related techniques. The cleansing of the inner channels involves cleansing the gastrointestinal (GI) tract, nasal passages and sinuses. Shatkarmas can be used to enhance our purification and openings, and also used for health reasons.
Following are six Shatkarmas:-

* Jala Neti (nasal wash)
* Basti (colon cleansing/enema)
* Dhauti (intestinal wash)
* Nauli (churning of the abdominal muscles)
* Kapalbhati (sudden exhale, a nerve cleansing pranayama method)
* Trataka (an eye/attention gazing method).


Power Yoga

A combination of traditional yoga with dynamic exercises. Places demands on all of the muscles, boosting circulation and improving muscle tone. Power yoga is a general term used to describe a vigorous, fitness-based approach to vinyasa-style yoga. Power Yoga put emphasis on strength and flexibility. The advent of power yoga heralded yoga's current popularity, as people began to see yoga as a way to work out.

Therapeutic Yoga

Therapeutic yoga focuses on the treatment of people with mental and physical conditions and it provides a valuable healing process for them. Each person is unique and that we need to understand the individual’s current condition, needs, and personal potential, and then appropriately apply the yoga techniques to aid them. Yoga therapy can be helpful in lower back, shoulder, or hip pain, high blood pressure, constipation, asthma, diabetes, obesity, cervical, arthritis, anxiety, and depression, just to name a few. Using different techniques of yoga (such as asanas, pranayam, Sukshma Vyayamaa, relaxation, meditation) and lifestyle (such as diet, exercise, sleep or stress management) health is enhanced resulting in reduction of disease symptoms. Therapeutic yoga classes include a slow and easy pace to help aid the body in relaxation and the healing process.