Yoga teaches us how to use the lungs to their maximum capacity and how to control the breath.

Proper breathing should be deep, slow and rhythmical. This increases vitality and mental clarity.



Our physical body is meant to move and exercise. If our lifestyle does not provide natural motion of muscles and joints, then disease and great discomfort will ensue with time.

Proper exercise should be pleasant to the practitioner while beneficial to the body, mind and spiritual life.



Besides being responsible for building our physical body, the foods we eat profoundly affect our mind.

For maximum body-mind efficiency and complete spiritual awareness, yoga advocates a lacto-vegetarian diet. This is an integral part of the Yogic lifestyle.



By relaxing deeply all the muscles the Yogi can thoroughly rejuvenate his nervous system and attain a deep sense of inner peace





Positive Thinking & Meditation

When the surface of a lake is still, one can see to the bottom very clearly. This is impossible when the surface is agitated by waves. In the same way, when the mind is still, with no thoughts or desires, you can see the "Self" this is called Yoga.


We practice yoga according to the Sivananda tradition which is a holistic approach to yoga designed to help you achieve optimum levels of wellbeing and balance in life.  We share theory and practices based on the 5 points of yoga. as traditionally taught in the International Sivananda Yoga Vedanta Centres.

5 points of Yoga

Are you suffering from rustout or burnout?

“The world is a great gymnasium, where we come to make ourselves strong” Swami Sivananda