What We Offer

Designed For You

When you join our class, I will address your strengths and needs individually and lead you in the right direction to reach your goals whatever they may be.


Joddi Yoga

Joddi Yoga or also known as a Couple or Pair Yoga, is a shared experience focused more on the connection with one another rather than just yourself. By engaging in yoga poses with your partner, you are accessing a whole new realm of benefits for both you as individuals and for your relationship together.

Garba Sankar Yoga

Garba Sankar or also known as PreNatal Yoga specially focuses during the 2-3 trimester of the pregnancy period. The postures for beginners are simpler than whats rumored, and you'll also meet other mums-to-be at your classes or you can have us come visit you at your home. The postures aim to gently allow the body to open or lengthen during a posture, rather than pushing to achieve it. The focus is on alignment and special breathing, and an emphasis on proper technique helps both mother and baby prepare for childbirth.


Bridha Yoga

Bridha or also known as Elderly Yoga focuses on the more seasoned and senior body types. As we’re living longer than we used to, high quality of life and good health is key for your Golden Years. Only yoga is the perfect activity to help achieve it. This type of Yoga is medically known as adaptive practices help seniors with even very limited mobility to do yoga. Adaptive yoga practices also includes; Chair or Water

Sishu Yoga

Sishu or also known as Children Yoga, is a form of modern yoga designed for children. It includes poses to increase strength, flexibility, and coordination. Classes are intended to be fun and may include age-appropriate games, animal sounds and creative names for poses.


Ayurveda [Dietary, Reflexology,Therapy]

Ayurveda is one of the world's oldest whole-body healing systems. Ayurveda places special emphasis on Ahar (diet) and Anna (food) and believes that healthy nutrition nourishes the mind, body, and soul.

Therapeutic & Restorative Yoga

Therapeutic & Restorative Yoga is defined as the use of yoga practices for the prevention and treatment of medical conditions.  Yoga helps one to reconnect with oneself. It can help to uncover why and how one’s illness may have started and can work with the body to start the recovery period from the ground up.



Pranayama or also known as meditative breathing is a vital function of life. In yoga, we refer to this as pranayama. Prana is a Sanskrit word that means life force and ayama means extending or stretching. Thus, the word “pranayama” translates to the control of life force. It is also known as the extension of breath. This class focuses only on meditation and core breathing techniques, students must have completed the Fundamental and Beginner course before attending.

SaiYoga Yogic Certification

Traditional Hatha Yoga is a specific category that includes most Yoga styles. It is an old system that includes the practice of Asanas (Yoga postures) and Pranayama (breathing exercises), which help bring peace to the mind and body, preparing the body for deeper spiritual practices such as meditation.
This course is designed to train you to become a certified Hatha Yoga teacher. 

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