Personal Yoga

Personal yoga class is design for everyone who wants become healthy, happy and well organized in his life. Yogic exercise is the need of human body and also important pillar to be healthy throughout life. It is a dynamic system of yogic exercise Read More

Corporate Yoga

Corporate Yoga Classes is organizing in many progressive businesses with great benefit. We offer a range of practices from slow and meditative to energizing and active. We will get to know your staff and find out the type of yoga practice.most needed. Read More


Today is the time of modernization and globalization. With the technical developments, health hazards are increasing. The environmental pollution is also adding to problems in the way of good healthy living. Everyday we are coming across Read More

Adventure & Training

Adventure and training is the new dynamic concept of learning and skill development for corporate. We invite corporate groups in Rishikesh for three to five days then we give training them according to their needs with different workshop.They participate in different adventure Read More

Yoga Philosophy

Yoga is a Darsana, a mirror to look at ourselves from within. Control of the body and mind is Yoga. When the mind is controlled, stilled and silenced, what remains is the soul. It is the quest of soul, the spark of Divinity within us, which is the very purpose of Yoga.

Yoga is an art and a science as well as a philosophy. Yoga touches the life of man at all levels, whether it is physical, mental or spiritual. Yoga is a practical method for making one’s living purposeful, useful and noble. Yoga enables one’s body, organs of actions, and senses of perception, mind, intelligence, and consciousness as well as trillions of cells to get attuned to its essence – the conscious seer within. Yoga alone enables the seer to directly perceive and experience using his vestments for the world within and around himself to gain insight and feel the divine joy of all creation. The Yogi then shares the Amrita, the nectar of divine wealth and happiness with his fellow beings.
Sage Patanjali, who has written on this subject in his treatise Yoga Darshana, defines yoga as chitta vritti nirodha. Chitta is the consciousness which includes the mind, the intellect and the ego. Yoga is a method of silencing the vibrations of the chitta.
The eight “limbs” or steps prescribed in the second pada of the Yoga Sutras are: Yama, Niyama, Asana, Pranayama, Pratyahara, Dharana, Dhyana and Samadhi.

Ashtanga yoga consists of the following steps: The first five are called external aids to Yoga (bahiranga sadhana)

  • Niyama:- Shaucha, Santosha,Tapas,Svadhyaya,Ishvarapranidhana:
  • Asna:
  • Pranayama:
  • Pratyahara:
  • Yama:- Ahimsa, Satya, Asteya, Aparigraha, Brahmacharya:
  • Dharana:
  • Dhyana:
  • Samadhi:

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