A union of the mind and body, Yoga is a healing method that impacts the physical, mental and spiritual states of the individual. Practise this ancient wellness tradition and adopt it as an element of your lifestyles. Allow our Yoga Acharya recommend a customised Yoga regime for you based on your body. It increases vitality, energy and improves respiration changing the quality of life in the long run. Yoga is a great way to work on your flexibility and strength. Some types of yoga are about relaxation. Others focus on learning balance improving asanas which increase mindfulness and healthy breathing habits.
This is a type of yoga in which the asanas are practiced in water. This can be a warm pool, or in an open source like a pond or the sea. Generally, Aqua Yoga is great for anyone struggling with movement and physical activity. This technique adapts yogaasanas, breathing and mindfulness, into an aquatic environment. The buoyancy of the water gives relief to joints, making it easier to balanceand maintain postures with optimum stretch.Aqua yoga is considered beneficial for mental, emotional and spiritual well-being.
Pregnancies can be tough. The body has to endure a lot and adapt to various changes, not all of which is pleasant. It can be a stressful time with new hormones, suddenly creaking bones and the anticipation of what’s to come. Let Yoga help you cope with these changes. Yoga helps calm your body and mind down so you can reconnect with your thoughts and feel comfortable in your body. More importantly, itincreases core strength and flexibility, giving youa stable posture and helps unclench pelvic bones.Irrespective of which stage of pregnancy you are in practicing deep breathing helps you feel prepared.This age-old practice keeps you fit, healthy and agile even at a time when your physical movements diminish leading to cramps and stiffness.
Meditation is the act of reflecting, pondering or contemplating, according to the English dictionary. However, Yoga takes it a step further by adding mindfulness to it. And this mindfulness is practiced in the form of universal love – with the awareness that every living organism is interconnected. In Yoga Sutra, Patanjali explains beautifully - meditation begins when we discover that our never-ending quest to possess things and our continual craving for pleasure and security can never be satisfied. When we finally realize this, our external quest turns inward, and we have shifted into the realm of meditation.
“Prana”– a Sanskrit word meaning - life force. It is the equivalent of ‘Chi’ or ‘Qi’in Chinese Medicine.Simply put, it is energy -the driving force of the universe and all its elements. Your body is energy, as are your thoughts and feelings. Pranic Healing is the process of transforming and modifying this energy to the benefit of our guest’s mind, body and soul. If you learn to work with energy, you can transform negative results into positive results – illness into health, stress into calm, lack into abundance, and failed relationships to healthy and strong bonds.
The Shat Kriyas are a set intense detox and cleansing rituals for the body. Net? is a nasal wash practiced using a neti pot to cleanse the nasal passages. A basic neti wash consists of purified water along with non-iodized salt. Dhaut? focuses on the digestive tract. Naul? is a self-administered abdominal massage, using the muscles of the abdomen. Shat Kriya focuses on each specific region of the body, the skull, the lungs, nerves, chakras and eyes.
"Prana" meansbreath (the vital energy in the body), and "ayama" translates to control. Pranayama thus is practice of controlling the breath. Control of the rhythms of pranic energy can help boost immunity and increase vitality. In the ancient Yoga Sutra, Patanjali explains how pranayama is a means to attain a higher states of awareness.
Psycho-Spiritual Counselling recognises that the world is a complex mystery.Therefore, it considers energy systems, personal beliefs, intuitive psychic realities, subconscious and superconscious states of awareness, metaphysical experiences, spiritual theology, spiritual presence and higher-self cosmic connections.In a way it takes the soul as its point of balance. Spiritual counselling sessions are non-prescriptive and customised to the guest in-session. Our counsellor acts as an active and creative mediator between a subjective reality brought forth by our guest and the universal ideal of spiritual wellbeing. The counsellor's role is to support our guest’s inner motivation to achievethe highest potential of awareness and fulfilment.
A therapy that combines various yoga routines with breathing exercises and guided meditation with visual aid. It is recommended for anyone looking to improve mental and physical health. Yoga therapy encourages the integration of mind, body, and spirit. It is a self-care strategy for prevention and maintenance of a state of wellbeing. This therapy is particularly beneficial for those fighting anxiety and depression. However, it’s important to emphasise how deeply this technique effects every part of the body boosting wellness. There are specific Yoga therapies for different ailments. Please consult our Yoga Acharya for any assistance you may need.