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Yoga For Eyes

Boost your health with the best yoga teacher
at your home

What are the benefits of eye yoga?

  • Keep diseases at a distance: Certain disorders like cataract and glaucoma can be effortlessly kept at a distance by simple eye yoga asanas like blinking.
  • Strengthened eyesight: Yoga for eyes is an enduring solution to deal with sight hindrances like long and short-sightedness.
  • Too easy to miss: As eye yoga comprises of simple techniques like blinking, viewing up and down, sideways or plain palming, it can be executed by everyone.
  • Better concentration and strain relief: Eye yoga eases dry eyes that prolonged staring at the screen brings along with raising the focus bar.
  • Quick stress relief: Shutting eyes during eye yoga and complementing it with other techniques puts you under the serenity blanket.

Why avail yoga for eyes from Healers at Home?

  • We have a certified team of yoga experts who eat, breathe and sleep yoga. They are masters in their field with over four years of experience to their credit.
  • These connoisseurs barge in at your place of residence thus ensuring convenience and automatically doubling that perks that yoga for eyes otherwise brings.
  • With a one-on-one encounter during eye yoga sessions, personalization forms the cherry on the cake ensuring utmost satisfaction.
  • Understanding that eyesight and underlying health condition culprits are subjective, our yoga tutors formulate an eye yoga plan that is exclusive to every individual.

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FAQ's

Do you have a yoga studio for fitness?

We only provide yoga at home.

Do you provide a free trial class?

Yes, Our first class is free of cost. Although, if you decide to continue with us, subsequent classes would be chargeable.

What is the duration of each session?

Each session goes for minimum 45 minutes to 1 hour.

For more information, refer FAQ