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Yoga training in Kerala

Yoga Training in Kerala

The term ‘yoga’ comes from the Sanskrit root ‘Yuj’ which means to ‘to join’ in its spiritual sense. It is union with the lord. This is the goal of the human life. Yoga is the Adhyatmic service that teaches the method of joining the human spirit with God. Yoga is an age-old Indian system of physical culture, that trains the consciousness for a state of perfect spiritual insight and tranquillity. Scientifically correct body stretches, breathing exercises and excellent meditation techniques ensure good mental and physical health. Kerala is the ideal destination for health tourism.

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Yoga is immensely beneficial if you learn under qualified guidance but can do more harm than good if improperly taught. We specialize in understanding yoga and offering various kinds of yoga teachings as per your choice.

Our experts share with you those powerful elements of yoga and holistic health that will help you look at life with a new perspective. You will take back with you some effective self-health management techniques.

Today mostly, what is known of yoga is Asana (Postures), Pranayam (breathing techniques), Kriya (cleansing activities) Bandha (neuromuscular locks), and Mudra (hand movements). Originally, Yoga had eight ladders. Yam, Niyam, Asana, Pranayam, Prathyhar, Dharna, Dhyaan, and Samadhi.


This consists of the points to be observed while being in society are given first and then the points about the personal behaviour.


This consists of ethical guidelines regarding moral behavior towards oneself. Niyama are positive duties or observances


In yoga, there are considered 84 number of classical asanas presented by Lord Shiva, according to several ancient texts.


Pranayama is control of Breath”. “Prana” is Breath or vital energy in the body. On subtle levels prana represents the pranic energy responsible for life


Withdrawal of senses from the body, meaning the exterior world is not a distraction to the interior world within oneself.


It refers to the concentration of the mind. Practising Dharana involves fixing the mind on a particular object — either external or internal.


Meditation (Dhyaan) is a spiritual practice performed for mental, physical and emotional well-being. Meditation results in peace and happiness.


Samadhi is explained in the Yoga Sutras of Maharishi Patanjali as total absorption in the object of meditation, where the mind becomes completely still.