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Yoga in pregnancy workshops

The practice of yog asanas is very closely associated with the proper conduct of an holistic lifestyle. Ayurveda plays an important role in maintaining a wholesome, holistic and enriched way of life. When yog asanas and ayurveda are applied together in everyday living, the result is positive and serene living. Our First workshop combining the […]

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This system is a treasure left behind by Guruji

I have been a known case of Multiple sclerosis since 2005 or may be as early as 1996. Multiple sclerosis is an autoimmune problem of the nervous system where the body fails to recognise its own myelin (nerve cover) and starts attacking it. In that process, the patient develops severe disabilities over time leading to […]

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Yoga revealed how my body really felt

I would like to express my appreciation for the Iyengar System and the entire team of Shriyog in a few words as under… I was suffering from depression, acute backpain and legpain since May 2015. I was sick, very sick. I tried various medications, supplements and I have spent countless hours educating myself for the […]

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Nothing heals a human body as Yoga

I firmly believe that nothing heals a human body as beautifully, systematically and scientifically as YOGA. It exercises parts of body, which no other exercise in the world can possibly do. The process might look to be taking long, but is lasting and permanent. I bow down to Guruji for making it accessible and simplified […]

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A treasure BKS Iyengar has left behind

I have such faith in Guruji’s system!! It gives relief to every patient through therapy, endurance and strength to everyone that seeks it, hope and faith to every person when they are doubting, confidence to every wavering mind and peace and wisdom to every seeker. He has left behind a treasure which opens itself gradually […]

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Ashtang yog

People generally join a yoga class with two completely different objectives either to learn asanas and pranayama for good physical health or to learn meditation. A general yoga class does attend to the earlier need but meditation is not accessed in a class or workshop. Asanas and Pranayama with application of Yama, Niyama, Pratyahara and […]

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What is yoga?

What is yoga? Today there are yoga classes in every lane, we read about them ignore or walk in with our own perception of the subject. Somewhere we make up our mind that it is a subject we approach in our old age,as a prescription by the doctor or an exercise to stay fit. Yoga […]

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