Moreover, embarking on a journey to enhance physical and mental well-being leads us to the ancient tradition of Asanas. Furthermore, rooted in mindfulness, intentional postures foster a harmonious blend of strength, flexibility, and inner balance. Additionally, this exploration delves into the transformative world of Asanas, unraveling their essence and profound impact on holistic health and self-discovery.
7 Days/ 21 Days/ 30 Days
Yogasana is postured to create strength, awareness, and stability in both the body and the mind. We also conduct disease-specific asana.
By consciously forming the body in a certain posture, one aligns the inner system with the outer, which: •Stimulates and maintains smooth functioning of the internal organs and glands of the body.
•Stretches strengthen and improve the flexibility of all the major muscle groups, lubricate joints, and massage the internal organs.
•Improves blood circulation and rejuvenates body cells.
•Boosts the body’s metabolism, lymphatic circulation, and hormonal secretion.
•Strengthens the immune function.
•Creates stability, proper spinal alignment, and good posture.
•Relaxes the nervous system.
•Helps in the even distribution of energy, which in turn helps the mind to develop calmness and peace.
Provides the following current day traditions of yoga:
- Vinyasa yoga.
- Hatha yoga.
- Iyengar yoga.
- Kundalini yoga.
- Ashtanga yoga.
- Bikram yoga.
- Yin yoga.
- Restorative yoga.
According to the tradition of meditation, there are no fees or charges for attending the courses, not even for accommodation and food & beverages. All expenses of the course & of running the center are met by the voluntary donations from those who have completed at least one week course with us, experienced the benefits of Meditation, and wish to share with others the same opportunity. Moreover, one can choose to donate according to his free will. We never ask for it. The donations are accepted only after completing the course. Subsequently, it operates as a chain, where one person donates for your course. After completing the course, you, in turn, donate for the next person. This cycle continues as each person attends the course and contributes for the next participant. Some participant donates, some are not in the capacity to donate, some wants to skip it, somehow it works very well. The donations are recommended, not compulsory. The entire team works as volunteers of Karma Yoga. The team includes teachers, servers, and trustees. None of the team members receives any remuneration for their service.