What is yoga?
If you thought that yoga was all about bending and twisting your body in odd shapes, it's time to rethink. It is much more. In very simple words, giving care to your body, mind and breath is yoga. This means that the century-old practice includes yoga postures (asanas), breathing techniques (pranayamas) and meditation. Through these, the body, mind and breath come in harmony with each other and that very moment yoga happens.
Sri Sri Yoga – Your gateway to good health
Have you noticed that in the 24 hours of a day, we have time for everybody and everything, but not even a few moments to pay attention to our mind and body? At the Sri Sri Yoga Course, you will get many such moments exclusively to spend with yourself and give deep rest to both your mind and the body. The 10-hour workshop aims to achieve that harmony between the mind, body and breath and correct any imbalance in the system, which cause issues like back pain etc. A complete experience happens at Sri Sri Yoga.
Yoga for everyone
Yoga has never been alien to us. It's a way of our life. We have been doing it since we were a baby! Whether it was the Cat Stretch to strengthen their spine or the Wind-Relieving pose to boost digestion, you will always see kids do some form of yoga throughout the day. It's now time to get back to the practice. Here, you will find something for everyone – be it a beginner in yoga to the practice or an advanced practitioner, children or adults, women or the elderly – all can benefit at the courses.
Benefits of yoga
They are countless. Whatever you may be looking for – weight loss, diabetes, better time management, freedom from anger, effective communication, or creativity at work, yoga has the answer. The practice of yoga has immense benefits for not just the body but also the mind so that you enjoy a perfect healthy state of being.
Patanjali Yoga Sutras – the classic gift of yoga
An exclusive commentary by Gurudev Sri Sri Ravi Shankar on the ancient classic text, Patanjali Yoga Sutras, which will enlighten you on the knowledge of yoga, its origin and purpose. Soak deep in this rich knowledge every week and learn more about the practice, as written down by Patanjali.