Yoga is a generic term for physical, mental and spiritual practices to attain a state of peace, joy and harmony. Yoga is for everyone, whatever one’s cultural or religious background. It’s a focused and easy way to make life meaningful and enjoyable.
Shalom Yoga is a traditional form of Yoga; a journey towards holistic wellness. It includes Yogasanas, Surya Namaskar, Chandra Namaskar, Pranayama, Meditation and Relaxation techniques, which help develop a keen awareness of the mind-body-spirit connection. It helps improve strength, stamina, balance and flexibility; mental, physical, emotional and spiritual health. The awareness and attention to one’s breath, learning how to guide ourselves inward, the slow, rhythmic, steady postures; the silence, relaxation, stillness, facilitate general well-being.
While Pranayama is the regulation of breath, that allows the energy (prana) or life-force to flow effortlessly through the body, Yoga nidra is divine sleep or deep relaxation, practiced in a state of shavasana, to consciously allow the body and mind to relax.
Our 60-minute combination of Pranayama and Yoga Nidra, is a wonderful way to let go of the days stresses and train yourself to respond to relaxation, thus returning the body to its natural state of being. Through practice the energy within the body is regulated, the body relaxes, and you begin to experience calmness, clarity and the aspects of prana which are love, wisdom, light and energy. It helps relieve stress, anxiety, depression, insomnia, migraines, asthma, hypertension etc. It also promotes clarity of mind, general health and harmony.
Age group: 5-12 years
Studies show that yoga improves students’ physical health, academic performance, behaviour and attitude toward self.
Creative Yoga for Children is a fun-filled, innovative approach that encourages body-mind awareness and promotes physical, emotional, and social development, academic performance and a positive attitude, through movement and free exploration. Our classes combine Yoga, Meditation, Deep Breathing, Relaxation, Tapping, Songs and Games – a perfect gift of mindfulness and body awareness for the child.
T'ai Chi originated in ancient China as a part of martial arts but is now practiced worldwide as a gentle, graceful form of exercise. It is an art that embraces mind, body and spirit and is beneficial to people of all ages and lifestyles. It is meditation in motion, as it teaches you to focus, and in the process calm and strengthen mind-body-spirit connection.
Primarily known for its health benefits, it also helps manage stress. The rewards are flexibility of mind and body, fluidity of motion and a complete state of relaxation. It improves immunity, fitness, circulation of body fluid and blood. The experience is exhilarating as it brings you into contact with the energy flowing around and within oneself.