What is yoga
- Yoga Means Union
Although many people think this term refers to union between body and mind , the traditional acceptance is union between the micro cosmos to macro cosmos that is between one’s individual consciousness and the Universal Consciousness. Astanga Yoga or Raja yoga tries to achieve balance between body and mind, as well as attempts to free the more subtle spiritual elements of the mind through Astanga Yoga or Raja yoga.
- Yoga for 4 to 16 years old
In this course you will start with basic yoga postures, artistic yoga and rhythmic yoga. You will gradually be introduced to more advanced and spectacular techniques depending on your age and progress. You will also practice pranayama techniques and the combination of these will give you a fit, strong, healthy body and mind.
- Anti stress yoga
In this course we will focus on yoga postures that will help you to fully relax your whole body and being. You will also learn simple meditation techniques that calm your mind and keeps your worries at bay.
- Yoga for obesity
In this course we will practice dynamic yoga and techniques for increasing your inner fire. Your body will start to burn more calories thus helping you on your way to your ideal weight.
- Yoga for Boost Fertility
The desire to become a mother is ingrained in most women. But what happens when this most basic biological function becomes a battle?
Here are some major ways in which yoga can effect and treat infertility:
- 1. Reduces Stress:
- stress plays a major role in slowing down your fertility. Yoga is a great way to beat stress and achieve peace of mind. Yoga is not just about the body it is also about how you breathe. The breathing techniques associated with yoga can help lower the stress hormone cortical in the body. This is turn can increase your chances of conceiving.
- 2. Detoxifies The Body:
- Certain yoga poses can help detoxify the body and help boost your fertility. Yoga can also help relax tight muscles and connective tissues.
- 3. Increases Circulation:
- Many infertility issues arise due to blockages. With yoga, you can increase your blood circulation and ensure that it reaches the reproductive organs. This can help create a positive environment for a pregnancy!
- 4. Works On Your Immune System:
- Yoga is great way to boost your immunity. Practicing yoga helps you find your inner calm, which in turn can help raise the number of white blood cells in the body. This not just helps you keep common diseases at bay but can also help you beat infertility.
- 5. Helps Keep The Ovaries Healthy:
- Certain yoga poses reroute the blood flow to reach the ovaries. This helps to provide these specific organs with more oxygen, making them healthier. It is important to note that ovarian dysfunction is a common cause of infertility in women. So, yoga can be a great tool for women with ovary related issues.
- 6. Helps Deal With Hormonal Treatment Better:
- If you are already struggling with infertility and undergoing hormonal treatment, yoga can be of help. With all those hormones in the body, it is easy to fall into the depths of physical and mental distress. This negative energy in the body can reduce your chances of conceiving. With yoga, you can minimize these side effects and increase your chance of becoming pregnant. So, whether you are on Clomid, trying IUI, or IVF, yoga can be of great help.
- Yoga for pregnant women
In this course you will learn different yoga postures that will strengthen your body and prepare it for final stages of the pregnancy and the birth. Meditations that can help you to feel contact with the soul of your child will also be part of the program.
Every activity at Sri Chakra aids to develop the creative brain of the child. Our dance & drawing class aims at delightful learning for children.
Bharata Natyam stands in the forefront of all the classical dance arts now prevalent in India, owing to its religious origin and its highly developed technique. It is the form of dance most akin to the code compiled by the sage Bharata Muni in his famous ‘Natya Shastra’.
Bharata Natyam comes from the words Bhava (Expression), Raga (Music), Tala (Rhythm) and Natya (Classic Indian Musical Theatre)
This artistic expression is taught to children with spiritual expression.