We have our own beautiful yoga shala in Agonda for drop-in and private classes.
These are designed for all levels where guidance is provided to perform Yoga with correct postures and alignment
Students are also enquired about their medical history, if any, to ensure that the asanas are comfortable and helpful for the mind body and soul
Real Yoga is a journey within, an exploration of the stored emotions, age old patterns and conditioning and how you can break out of them to reach your best self.
So begin your journey of inner exploration.
Single class INR 700 or 8 Euros
6 class pass INR 3500 or 40 Euros
|Morning Sessions||Days||Type of Yoga|
|8 AM to 9 AM||Monday Wednesday Friday||Hatha Yoga|
|8 AM to 9 AM||Tuesday Thursday Saturday||Ashtanga Vinyasa|
|9.30 to 10.30 AM||Monday Wednesday Friday||Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga|
|9.30 to 10.30 AM||Tuesday Thursday Saturday||Hatha Yoga|
|4 PM to 5 PM||Monday Wednesday||Yoga Nidra|
|4 PM to 5 PM||Friday||Gentle Vinyasa|
|4 PM to 5 PM||Tuesday Thursday Saturday||Fusion Ashtanga|
Private classes are offered both offline and online for all levels where guidance is provided to perform Yoga with correct postures and alignment. Students are also enquired about their medical history, if any, to ensure that the asanas are comfortable and helpful for the mind, body and soul.
Private classes can be booked in advance upto 24 hours prior, Monday to Friday. Please contact for availability
In person – INR 1000 per session
Online private classes are organised via Skype or Google Meet on advance booking basis, Monday to Friday. Please contact for availability.
Online – INR 800 per session
The word Ashtanga is comprised of two Sanskrit words, “Ashta” and “Anga.” “Ashta” refers to the number eight, while “Anga” means limb or body part. Therefore, Ashtanga is the union of the eight limbs of yoga, into one complete, holistic system. The Ashtanga philosophy is to integrate all eight limbs of yoga, which are Yama (moral vows), Niyama (observance), Asana (posture), Pranayama (breath control), Pratyahara (sense withdrawal), Dharana (focused concentration), Dhyana (meditation), and Samadhi (Bliss or absorption)
Benefits of Ashtanga yoga include improved well-being, increased strength, and a calmer mind.
Hatha Yoga is a preparatory process of Yoga. The word “ha” means sun, “ta” means moon. “Hatha” Yoga means the Yoga which brings balance between the sun and the moon in you.
The regular practice of Hatha Yoga enhances strength, flexibility, and balance and may offer some light to moderate aerobic conditioning as well, depending on the style practiced. Other benefits may be gained from incorporating breath work (pranayama) and meditation as part of, or in addition to, a Hatha Yoga practice.
Yoga nidra, or yogic sleep as it is commonly known, is an immensely powerful meditation technique, and one of the easiest yoga practices to develop and maintain. While the practitioner rests comfortably in savasana (corpse pose), this systematic meditation takes you through the pancha maya kosha (five layers of self), leaving you with a sense of wholeness.
It is a practice that everyone, from children to seniors, can do.
Benefits of Yoga Nidra
- Improved thought patterns and reduced stress. …
- Enhanced cognitive performance and memory. …
- Improved self-esteem and confidence.
- Better sleep and improved physical health.
- Improved waking mindfulness.
- Diminishes symptoms of anxiety and depression.
- Treats chronic pain and post-traumatic stress disorder.
Meditation is considered a type of mind-body complementary medicine. Meditation can produce a deep state of relaxation and a tranquil mind. During meditation, you focus your attention and eliminate the stream of jumbled thoughts that may be crowding your mind and causing stress.
Reduces stress. It helps alleviate stress from just about any situation you may be in.
Promotes productivity. Daily meditation boosts your productivity.