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Yoga Therapy

Boost your health with the best yoga teacher
at your home

What is yoga therapy?

  • Definition: When any yoga technique or asana is systematically addressed for a physical pain or injury it is termed as yoga therapy.
  • Stages: Yoga therapy comprises of a loop of stages that put individuals in a state of self-acknowledgment and compels them to mend their approach.
  • First Stage: The first stage involves the movement of the vital forces in the body so that the blockages are evacuated.
  • Sub-types: Viniyoga, Integrative yoga, Phoenix rising yoga are few sub-types of yoga therapy that are rendered to cure various maladies.
  • Diseases at bay: Yoga therapy is extremely beneficial to treat arthritis, joint pain and even incurable diseases when detected early.

Why do you need for yoga therapy?

  • We have a team of certified yoga tutors that are handpicked from A-grade colleges. They have hands-on expertise and are experienced to handle even the unforeseen instances with utmost ease.
  • Our yoga tutor heads in at your place to deeply assess your physical and mental state and curates a unique yoga therapy program to amplify your overall health taking everything into consideration.
  • The techniques used in each session of yoga are altered as per your speed and intensity of retrieval.
  • Convenience, affordability, and attention come along without saying.
  • The chances of you missing a day of yoga therapy are next to zero as our yoga tutors are punctual enough not to miss a day.

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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.

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