Yoga Fundamentals

Monday to Friday, Morning & Evening
English: 6:00 am – 7:15 am, 11:00 am – 12:15 pm, 6:00 pm – 7:15 pm
Kannada: 6:00 am – 7:15 am

This class begins on the first Monday of each month and is an introduction to yoga practices starting with Asanas for the body – postures to connect yourself to the physical, pranic and mental body. These movements allow our bodies to release accumulated tensions and tightness thereby creating a free flow of energy. Once the body is open, we work with Pranayama, using the breath as a doorway to the mind – to access deeper levels of the mind for relaxation and expansion of the vital energies of the body.

Dates: January 6th First Monday;  February 3rd First Monday;  March 2nd First Monday;  April 6th First Monday;   May 4th First Monday;  June 1st First Monday;  July 6th First Monday;  August 3rd First Monday;  September 7th First Monday;  October 5th First Monday;  November 2nd First Monday;  December 7th First Monday


Yoga Sadhana

Monday to Friday, Morning, Mid Morning Yoga & Evening
English: 5.30 am – 6.45 am, 6:00 – 7:15 am, 11:00 am – 12:15 pm, 6:30 pm – 7:45 pm
Kannada: 6:00 am – 7:15 am

This class allows practitioners to deepen their understanding of yogic practices. As the body opens up, new asanas will be introduced to create an enhanced level of flexibility and to tone the body. Simultaneously, Pranayama practices which energize, balance and cool the body will be introduced to prepare the body for yogic relaxation.
This class focusses on the twin energy flows through Ida and Pingala, to provide a state of balance and harmony. This class will give participants a deeper understanding of the unique way in which the female body functions. The yoga techniques taught enhance body awareness and knowledge leading to the harmonization of the entire being.
*To join this class students need to have done the one month Yoga Fundamentals course


Yoga for Seniors (Free Class)

Monday to Friday, 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Classes for seniors fosters a sense of community within the group. As one age, asanas provide the opportunity for creating mobility in all parts of the body to ensure that all systems within the bodywork optimally. Classes focus on areas such as the skeletal system and the digestive system – areas which traditionally need greater attention. Seniors are also encouraged to take part in other ashram activities and to participate in Karma Yoga. Yoga classes for Seniors are free of charge.


Instructions for participants to all classes:

  • The practices are suitable for all levels of
    flexibility and fitness
  • Please wear comfortable clothing for ease of movement
  • Ensure that you have not eaten for at least 2 hours
    before class



Every Saturday 6:00 am to 7:00 am

Shatkarmas refer to the six cleansing practices which are done for internal cleansing. The most common ones are Jala Neti or nasal wash, Kunjal Kriya or upper stomach wash and Laghoo Shankprakshalana or cleansing of the intestines. These practices help to balance the two main energy flows in the body thus bringing about physical and mental purification and balance.
Available on request, prior registration is necessary.

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“Hatha yoga is most effective because you are working on the prana and bypassing the mind.” Swami Sivananda Saraswati.