Yoga is a complete science of life that originated in India many thousands of years ago. It is the oldest system of personal development in the world, encompassing body, mind and spirit. Yoga is a physical practice of stretching the body in different ways, focusing one's attention, and becoming one with the universe.

There are five basic principles of Yoga that can be incorporated into your own pattern of living, to provide a foundation of long healthy life.

Proper Asanas given by the yoga postures work systematically on all parts of the body stretching and toning the muscles and ligaments, keeping the spine and joints flexible and improving circulation.

Proper Yogic Breathing- Pranayam to increase your intake of oxygen, recharge your body and control your mental state.

Proper Relaxation releases tension in the muscles, rests the whole system leaving you fresh, energetic and most of all, positive.

Proper Nourishing Diet that is balanced, nourishing and based on natural foods to keep the body light and supple and mind calm.

Positive Thinking and Meditation to help remove negative thoughts and still the mind.



Improves flexibility
Helps to improve the balance
Can help reduce pain
Tones the muscles
Helps to increase the level of energy
Helps promote a sense of relaxation
Each yoga practice ends with some type of relaxation


Clears mind and helps to focus the attention
Helps reduce stress
Can help release stuck emotions
Gain a sense of peace and tranquility

We use

Breathing: techniques to regulate body’s energy.

Relaxation: postures to reduce and eliminate stress.

Meditation: to calm and centre the mind.

Asanas: to relax and tone the muscles

We address the following issues

Stress, Diabetes, BP, Sciatica, Constipation, Obesity

Heart, Depression, Acidity, Indigestion, Arthritis

Hearing Problems, Spondylitis, Eye problems

Lack of Concentration, Feminine Issues, Prenatal etc.


Swasthya Swasth Rakshnam Aathurasaya Vyadhi Parimokshakaa


Ayush= life        Veda= science

Ayurveda is a life science based on above principle. This basic principle makes Ayurveda different from any pathy. Pathy is curing the ailment. While the above principle says, Ayurveda helps in taking care of healthy people health and curing the ill.

Ayurveda is the upveda of Atharvaveda also honoured as the fifth veda by Lord Shiva himself. Ayurveda is the divine knowledge passed over by lord Shiva to Daksh prajapati and from him to Acharyas and then to shishyas to the common people. Ayurveda is the only form of treatment that is not a pathy= treatment for ailments and ills. It is meant for both healthy people as well as ill.

Ayurveda is based on the basic two treatment types:- Shodhan and Shaman

Shodhan /Panchakarma/detoxification chikitsa

The treatments done to detoxify the body, cleanse each cell to cell of our body and purify our body, this treatment makes a person younger and fresher by years .

Shaman chikitsa

Shaman chikitsa or medicinal treatment. In some patients or cases only medicinal treatment is required as the problem or ailment is not much. This also includes the acute treatments for acute conditions like cough, cold or fever. Some temporary problems can be solved with even diets, diets and medicines, diets and yoga, medicines only. Shaman chikitsa also includes nourishing diets and nutritional supplements which are an inevitable parts of life

Our centre is based on the same above principle. We help healthy people to save (Rakshnam ) their health and treat the ill.

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