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Hello, I am Kavita. I am a certified yoga teacher, certified Ashtanga vinyasa teacher and a certified prenatal-postnatal yoga teacher.
Yoga started as a practice for myself, without really aiming at something. It was then after a few years of dedicated practice that I thought this yoga knowledge should not be limited to myself. I had seen miracles happening in my daily yoga class, with people recovering from ailments, these were people whose story I knew personally. This happened over time though, neither in a day, nor in a week. All I knew for myself was, I would smile with peace in my heart after the class and at the very thought of yoga practice any time during the day!"

Online Hatha yoga class flow:

We begin the session with some warm-up and conscious breathing, followed by Surya Namaskar, which is good to practice every day for beginners as well as advanced yoga practitioners.

We'll do some energising asanas and wrap up with guided relaxation and Pranayama. This session is a slow to medium paced Hatha Yoga class combined with few modern pilate moves.

Anyone who wants to build their immunity, lose weight, wants to fight ailments like PCOD/Thyroid etc must do these yoga classes.

Online Astanga Vinyasa class:

Astanga vinyasa series is for intermediate to advance practitioners who want to move to higher level of practice.
In Ashtanaga vinyasa primary series, we follow a sequence of specific set of asanas focusing on Ujjayi breath, bandhas and drishti.

Prenatal yoga class
Pregnancy is a special time in any woman’s life and can be one of the most joyful experiences ever! If there are no complications, nothing should stop you from continuing to do what you love, with just a few tweaks here and there to accommodate the needs of the baby growing inside you! Exercising is no exception, and when it comes to being physically active during pregnancy, it is imperative that you take extra care. Yoga is a form of exercise that pregnant women can consider, and the safest way to practise yoga during pregnancy is to look for a prenatal yoga class with a certified instructor.

Benefits of Prenatal YOGA

Prenatal yoga is good for the mother and the baby as it involves a multidimensional approach to exercise which includes stretching, focusing on the breathing and calming the mind. Here is a list of benefits that prenatal yoga provides:
*Reduces physical and emotional stress Improves sleep
*Reduces headaches
*Decreases lower back pain and sciatic pain
*Decreases nausea
*Reduces risk of preterm labour
* Reduces the risk of intrauterine growth restriction, which is a condition that slows the baby’s growth
* Reduces the chances of carpal tunnel syndrome or pain in the hand and fingers caused by nerve compression.

Breathing exercises help prepare you for labour Boosts the strength, endurance and flexibility of the mother.