Yoga Hall

Yoga at Dhanwanthralaya is an integral part of the treatment we deliver. It is vital to integrate Yoga and Ayurveda in order to get the complete healing and spiritual prospective of each. Yoga as connected by Ayurveda is a standout amongst the most capable methodologies for recuperating the mind and emotions that is accessible in the world today. Having known the importance, We have established TAPAS yoga hall

Yoga Sessions are conducted either in Group Sessions or Individual Session as decided by Physician

Yoga, Sanskrit For “Yoking” Or “Union”, Is A Group Of Physical, Mental, And Spiritual Practices Or Disciplines That Originated In Ancient India, Aimed At Controlling (‘Yoking’) And Stilling The Mind, And Recognizing The Detached ‘Witness-Consciousness’ As Untouched By The Activities Of The Mind And Mundane Suffering.

The Sanskrit Noun Yoga Is Derived From The Sanskrit Root Yuj “To Attach, Join, Harness, Yoke”

The Ultimate Goal Of Yoga Is Stilling The Mind And Gaining Insight, Resting In Detached Awareness, Released Moksha From Samsara And Dukkha. The Formulation Of This Goal Varies With The Philosophical Or Theological System With Which It Is Conjugated. In The Classical Astanga Yoga System, The Ultimate Goal Of Yoga Practice Is To Achieve The State Of Samadhi And Abide In That State As Pure Awareness.

Dhanwanthralaya Has An Excellent And Spacious Hall For The Practice Of Yoga.

We Also Have A Well Experience And Professional Yoga Trainer Who Teaches And Helps In Practising Yoga.

Yoga Trainer Timings
Dr. M. Narmatha
Phone No: 044-22260652 / 91766 77752 / 53
6.00 AM TO 6.00 PM
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