Therapeutic Yoga

The ancient Indian tradition of yoga involves a wide variety of mind-body exercises, ranging from postural and breathing exercises to deep relaxation and meditation.

Even though Yoga is the rich, age old tradition it also suits to modern sociological need and lifestyle. Experts of various branches of medicine are realizing the role of these techniques in prevention of disease, cure of disease and in positive promotion of health by improving individual's resistance and ability to fight stressful situation.

Pregnancy Yoga:


Sri Dharshana guides and teaches you, when yoga can be started during pregnancy? What are the practices can be done? What time to practice? Myths and facts about pregnancy and yoga. Also antenatal, postnatal, natural birthing programmes are often conducted through online as well as regular.


These are the physical postures in Yoga. Asanas help us in culturing the body entirely, focusing on the different muscle groups, joints, tendons ligaments and the soft tissues, apart from the nerves and blood vessels. Asanas also bring about a co-ordination of the mind with the body as there is total awareness to each and every slight body movement along with focus on breathing.

Breathing exercises:

There is a set of Asanas designed for improving the breath. Here each movement is followed closely with inhalation and exhalation. Care is taken to expand the lungs and relax the muscles assisting breathing and thereby improving the lung capacity.

Laughter Therapy : ( Hasya yoga)

When you laugh, you feel good. The reason for this therapy is partly that laughter boosts certain body chemicals, including endorphins, which are mood enhancing and pain relieving substances. This therapy relaxes tense muscles and strengthens the immune system. Laughter therapy provides effective measure in managing stress.


The art of stilling mind is a simple technique. Science is now confirming that meditation is a powerful healer and have recognized it as highly effective in treating a range of problems both physical & psychological , that can result from stress to low energy level.

It induces a deep state of rest which encourages the repair & improvement of health even in cell level of the body.

Meditation is a practice wherein there is constant observation of the mind; meditation brings awareness, harmony and natural order into life. It helps you dig deep into your inner self to discover the wisdom and tranquility that lie within.

Types of meditation:

  • Omkara meditation
  • Chakra meditation
  • Yoga nidra
  • Relaxation techniques
  • Breath meditation

Benefits of yoga and meditation:


  • Helps create an appreciation of the finer movements
  • Improves the sharpness of the senses
  • Helps us be aware and improve our breathing
  • Helps us have a positive attitude and lighter approach
  • Helps regulate digestion, respiratory rate and heart rate
  • Improves memory, concentration and intelligence through Pranayamas and Meditation
  • Helps cleanse our nostrils, upper respiratory passages, eyes through Kriyas.