UNIVERSAL YOGA

UNIVERSAL YOGA by Dr Chandra

We offer a systematic approach that incorporates awareness of all aspects of one's being, using postures to stretch, tone & relax the physical body, breathing practices to balance body energy, meditation to calm and focus the mind and deep relaxation to reduce stress, promote healing and create a sense of well-being. A range of yoga classes and practices are available at Universal Yoga Center which teaching by authentic Indian yoga masters.

UNIVERSALYOGA: is the place to re-start the authentic Indian traditional yoga which encompasses all the major branches of yoga, including Hatha, Ashtanga, Power, Karma, Bhakti, Jnana and Raja Yoga .Yoga is often understood as being synonymous with physical exercise, but this is only one aspect. The aim of an integral approach is to develop and balance all aspect of one’s being - body, mind, emotions and psyche - leading the practitioner towards a more harmonious state of being. It explores and draws out knowledge from the ancient yogic and presents this in a practical form to the modern world.

UNIVERSAL YOGA IS SUITABLE FOR ALL - Yoga can practice by anyone, regardless of age, ability or fitness level. The wide range of yoga practices offer in class room environment. Yoga has been acknowledged to improve health and increase vitality and guided yoga sessions can help to manage illness and other ailments effectively. The regular practice of simple yoga meditation techniques is also powerful to improve health and reduce mental and emotional stress, providing an antidote to the pressures of modern life.

TAKING UNIVERSAL YOGA BEYOND THE ASANA (POSTURE) CLASS - Practicing yoga in the form of Asana, Pranayama and Meditation is important for well-being of body and mind, however Universal Yoga goes more further in order to develop a more balanced and harmonious nature. UNIVERSAL YOGA is the place to provide you complete system of yoga from physical body, panic body, mental body, psychic body to bliss body by practicing of posture, breathing, concentration, meditation and deep meditation (samadhi) starting inner journey from conscious to supper conscious mind.

 
 

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