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Group Class Holistic Wellness Program
All packages are prebooked directly with your Instructors. Download our program, pricing, and your Instructor contact details below, and create your own personalized Wellness Program.
The Physical Practice of Yoga:
Yoga has six branches, from which Hatha Yoga focuses on the practice of yoga postures, or asanas. Hatha is the yoga of balance, where ‘ha’ means ‘sun’ and ‘tha’ means ‘moon’ in Sanskrit. The practice of Hatha is designed to align and calm the body, mind and spirit, and bring balance to every aspect of life; the day and night, the good and bad, the positive and negative, the happiness and sorrow, and so on.
In the West, where the physical-based practice is the most popular, Hatha Yoga refers to all the styles of yoga that are grounded in a physical practice (e.g. Vinyasa, Power, Ashtanga, Iyengar, etc.). In other words, all the different styles of physical-based yoga are under the umbrella of Hatha Yoga, as the asanas are the same. The variety of styles just enables us to choose the style of yoga practice that best suits to our needs, our abilities and tastes.
Yoga for Beginners - 60 minute practice
Everyday we spend hours following the wrong posture while sitting or walking, our mind is stressed due to work pressure and commitments. Let's take a step towards wellbeing through Yoga.
Yoga is an ancient Indian collection of various spiritual techniques compiled by stages that aims at integrating Mind, Body and Spirit to achieve a bliss or Oneness with the Universe. Being a beginner in yoga can be intimidating since Our bodies are different and so are our capabilities. Yoga is not about being extremely flexible or twisting your muscles and spine into fancy shapes. It's about being Mindful about your body, your breath, finding inner strength through meditation and creating wellness in your body with basic yoga poses. It's truly that simple.
In the beginners sessions we will learn various breathing techniques ( Pranayama), Yoga Postures (Asanas), Dhyana (Meditation), Mudras (body gestures), Shatkarma (cleansing techniques) and Guided Relaxation. The poses will be customized according to your limitations, ailments and comfort so that you can reap maximum benefit from the Practice. People from all age groups are welcome.
Morning Yoga with Nidhi - 60 minute practice
Morning Yoga is a mix of various Yoga techniques designed to create a strong physical and mental boost at the start of your day that will ensure that you can spend your day with maximum efficiency and positivity. Doing yoga in the morning presents us with an opportunity to tune inwards to acknowledge our own needs before we rush off to address everyone else’s. Morning Yoga will not only wake up your body and rev up your metabolism for the day along with increased mental clarity for the day ahead but also has the added benefit of increasing the release of endorphins (happy hormones) and making the body a more physically comfortable place to live in. An hour session of Morning Yoga is a combination of Pranayama/Breathwork, Asana (Yoga Postures), Dhyana (Meditation) and Relaxation.
Hatha Flow Yoga - 60 minute practice
In a typical Hatha class, static yoga postures and breathing exercises are introduced, whereas short meditation and relaxation are encouraged. In the cases where breath and gentle movement are used to move from an asana to another, the yoga practice is called Hatha Flow, due to the fluid movement that occurs. The objective of Hatha Flow is to find calm amongst a stormy world, stillness in movement and flow in stillness. Both Hatha styles are suitable to increase strength, balance, flexibility and body awareness, improve posture and concentration, and bring stillness to mind. By the end of each session, everybody leaves class feeling lighter, longer and relaxed.
Hatha Yoga and Hatha Flow Yoga are not intensive physical practices, as they are paced slower than other styles of yoga (e.g. Vinyasa and Power Yoga).
YOGA BLISS For Mind & Body - 90 minutes practice
This unique 90 minute class will be a guided yoga practice of Asanas and Pranayama followed by 30 minute Meditation where you will learn to meditate with breathing exercises or visualizations and explore your body and mind in a deeper level. The basic idea is to unwind from hyperconnected, stressful, and overwhelming busy day with the help of these vital tools
Power Vinyasa Yoga - 45 minute practice
Power and Vinyasa Yoga constitute powerful and energetic forms of the physical-based yoga practice, where the fluid movement from one pose to the next is synchronized to breath. Both styles incorporate interval and cross-training yoga exercise to challenge both the aerobic and anaerobic systems of the body. Thus, Power and Vinyasa are suitable to improve strength, flexibility, balance, breathing habits, blood circulation and focus, and increase stamina and metabolism.
Every session ends with guided relaxation, so to consciously and mindfully release the tension from every part of the body, slow down the breath and heart rate, appreciate and enjoy stillness, and relax.
Ashtanga Yoga (beginners) - 60 minute practice
This class is designed to introduce you to the benefits of Ashtanga Yoga. Through the main pillars of breath, focused gaze, and asana, we will build an informed and steady yoga practice.
Yoga Balance - 60 minute practice
Time to Balance! What we practice on the mat, follows us off the mat as well. In our everyday life, we need to maintain balance. Through this practice we aim to establish a closer relationship with the ground beneath us, but also the energies within us, to create a balanced and harmonious experience.
Vinyasa Yoga Flow - 60 minute practice
Vinyasa is all about flow. We will connect each asana with the breath and dance our way into a rhythm that supports the organic nature that we are.
Yin Yoga Relaxations - 60 minute practice
t’s Friday! Time to wind down and let the hard work behind us. This will be a slow practice where we stay in each pose for some time and as a result, allow the yin and calm energies to rise and take us into the weekend.
Pilates Mat - 60 minute practice
A low-impact workout to tone and strengthen the muscles, increase mobility and flexibility, and improve posture. The term ‘low-impact’ does not mean easy, as the level of difficulty depends on the movement combinations, the number of repetitions and the use of props or equipment, but it implies that during the workout the amount of stress placed on the bones and joints is much less than experienced with other forms of exercise. This helps to protect joints like the knees, hips and ankles from injury. Pilates Mat workouts consist of small movements and core-focused exercises performed with attention to proper breathing and abdominal muscle control. A strong core is essential for stabilization and to reduce back pain. It also improves the body functioning increasing the overall strength and mobility, improves physical coordination, concentration and balance. Another important benefit is that this form of exercise reduces the risk of injuries related to muscle imbalances and momentum. Last but not least, proper breathing during movement leads to stress release and mental relaxation.
Cardio Pilates - 60 minute practice
Pilates Cardio combines the precision and quality of movement of Pilates with burning fat and challenging the cardiovascular system, while toning the core, arms, glutes and legs with small-range movements. During the workout, the number of repetitions and the level of difficulty of the exercises are increased and the movements are speed up, so to turn the typical Pilates discipline into a Cardio workout. The use of various props (e.g. weights, balls, elastic bands, etc.) makes this blend workout fun but challenging!
Yogilates - 60 minute practice
Yogilates is a holistic practice that connects the mind, body and breath. It improves overall health through cleansing the body. There are many similarities between Pilates and Hatha Yoga. These include
emphasizing the development of flexibility, breath ability, and durability. On a mental level, it also helps with balance, body control and concentration. Pilates helps to make the body more functional by balancing the development of different muscle groups, and giving the practitioner better movement patterns. The use of the physical asana practice will help improve flexibility, strength, breathing capacity, and junction. In short, a typical class begins with a warm up, with gentler floor-based movements, progressing into strength and stretching work, and then more challenging standing postures. A Yogilates class also incorporates meditation and relaxation at the end of each lesson.
Prenatal Yoga & Pilates - 50 minute practice
This practice will help you reconnect with your inner wisdom and guide you on the journey of motherhood step by step. The natural combination of exercises and breathing will unite you with your baby and will cultivate consciousness in your mind, body and spirit. The program strengthens the uterus and pelvic floor muscles, improves blood circulation, improves balance, aids digestion, exercises the spine and relieves the annoying symptoms of pregnancy such as nausea, heartburn, constipation, varicose veins, cramps , offering rejuvenation and wellness. It also reduces stress and anxiety, enhances feelings of love and acceptance and prepares you for your transition to parenthood.
From the 13th-16th week of pregnancy
With the approval of an obstetrician / gynecologist
Postnatal Yoga & Pilates - 50 minutes practice
*It starts 6-8 weeks after birth until 6 months +!
*With the approval of the obstetrician/gynecologist.
Fast and effective physical recovery
Tonification and stability of the muscles of the back,
abdomen and pelvis
Restoration of hormonal balance in the body
Cultivating the energy needed to take care of yourself,
and your baby
Calmness and harmony, which will be transmitted and reflected in your baby
Better management of emotional state
Reduction of stress and postpartum depression
Private Yoga Therapy Sessions with Nidhi Mishra
Yoga therapy or Yoga Chikitsa is a practice where different elements of Yoga are used for prevention and potential treatment of medical conditions. Apart from Physical elements of yoga that help in strengthening of body, various techniques are also incorporated such as mindfulness, breathing techniques, meditation, etc to achieve maximum benefits.. Various studies have shown that yoga can positively impact the body in many ways such as regulating the blood glucose level, improve musculoskeletal ailments and tuning the cardiovascular and Neurological health. It also has been shown to have important psychological benefits, as the practice of yoga can help to increase mental energy and positive feelings, and decrease negative feelings of aggressiveness, depression and anxiety. The therapy is commonly done using a Kosha-based model. The koshas are the energetic layers or sheaths that make up a personal including the physical, Pranic, intellectual, emotional, spiritual elements of existence. Since Yoga therapy takes tools, practices and philosophy of yoga to customize a therapy plan according to the participant's requirement after assessment, the classes generally are one to one or in very small groups.
Private classes are subject to availability. Download our Contact Details above and contact Nidhi for availability and pricing.
More details about Private Classes with more Instructors on Private Classes page
Group Sound Healing Journey - 60 minute session
Promoting healing and well-being, the sonic sounds of Crystal
and Tibetan bowls together with a gentle voice and other instruments, create subtle vibrations in the body and mind, bringing one into a deep state of relaxation. Supporting the release of physical and emotional tensions or energy blockages, the experience enhances inner balance while offering a safe space for creating spiritual awareness.
In order to maintain quietness, stillness, cleanliness, and privacy, our classes have a maximum capacity of 10 students (except at times where restrictions are imposed, such as during the Covid-19 pandemic)
We hold a strict book in advance policy. This means that you have to choose which days/times per week you will be attending and those classes must be full-filled within a period of one month, hence the reason why our packages are monthly packages.
We welcome everyone to join our classes as the teachers are able to adjust level, poses, asanas, exercises to the needs of each student.
Free trials are not part of our routine!
Paying for discovering, pushing, embracing, and loving your body is worth it, especially in our setting, where we daily examine your potentials and invest in providing you with the best experience possible!
To book a class with our Instructors, download the relevant document attached above which includes our Instructors Contact Details, and contact the person of your interest directly. Teachers who teach another practice are not responsible for bookings of a different practice. If you want to combine Yoga & Pilates Packages then you can contact either one of the Instructors who teach Yoga or Pilates!
Contact us and let's immerse into the spiritual & physical practice of our Group Class Services!
Package & Cancelation Policies are included in the Documents available on the top of the page!