Haṭha Vidyã Health Management Programs

Pre Natal & Post Natal Yoga

Pre Natal Yoga is a multifaceted approach which involves stretching and focuses on breathing. Gentle stretching often relieves many of the common discomforts during pregnancy, while specific postures help to - be - moms prepare for labor.

Post Natal Yoga program is designed to be safe after childbirth as it is focused on muscles used in labor. It enables mothers to reconnect with the vital energy, core strength, and inner balance.

Yoga For Seniors

Yoga can never be termed under ‘one size fits all’ rule. Each body is different and so is the difference in the practice methodology. Yoga is for all, but not in one form. It needs careful evaluation of one’s age, gender, medical history and level of practice to decide the practices one shall perform. We keep this in consideration while designing the practice methodology for our students.

Our message for seniors, you’re never too old to reap the rewards of yoga. Yoga can benefit you, if done under proper guidance, with special care and attention while imparting the practices, and also while performing.



Corporate Yoga

We consider corporate world as synergy, where the management, and pool of employees bring their energies together to create, to drive and to strive for growth. In modern day life style, one spends more time in their work place than with family and friends and hence, the environment at workplace has significant effect on overall lives of all the people involved in the workplace. At the same time, the environment of workplace depends on the overall health of individuals.



Chāndrayanam


Sage Patanjali in PYS II-43 says "Kayendriyasiddhih ashuddhikshayat tapasah", the purification of body along with sensory organs can be achieved by adopting proper Tapas (Austerity). The role of mind in the creation of health and disease has been well emphasized in ancient Indian texts. Moreover, the phases of the moon are said to influence the emotions of a person and thus can indirectly affect the health of a person. The modern world is also realizing these links and hence there is a surge of detox- ification programs everywhere.
A unique rejuvenation program, Chandrayanam is an ancient Indian austerity practice observed to reduce impurities in body and mind, followed on the basis of the lunar cycle. Two lunar cycles exist full moon to full moon and new moon to new moon.

Full moon to full moon cycle represents the 'Pipilika' or ant. If Chan- drayanam is followed during this cycle, the yogis would eat 15 morsels of food on the first day which would steadily reduce in quantity till the 15th day on that day they would fast. The quantity of food would be increased slowly again from the 16th day till it reached 15 mor- sels on the full moon (30th day).



Sage Patanjali in PYS II-43 says "Kayendriyasiddhih ashuddhikshayat tapasah", the purification of body along with sensory organs can be achieved by adopting proper Tapas (Austerity). The role of mind in the creation of health and disease has been well emphasized in ancient Indian texts. Moreover, the phases of the moon are said to influence the emotions of a person and thus can indirectly affect the health of a person. The modern world is also realizing these links and hence there is a surge of detox- ification programs everywhere.
A unique rejuvenation program, Chandrayanam is an ancient Indian austerity practice observed to reduce impurities in body and mind, followed on the basis of the lunar cycle. Two lunar cycles exist full moon to full moon and new moon to new moon.

Full moon to full moon cycle represents the 'Pipilika' or ant. If Chan- drayanam is followed during this cycle, the yogis would eat 15 morsels of food on the first day which would steadily reduce in quantity till the 15th day on that day they would fast. The quantity of food would be increased slowly again from the 16th day till it reached 15 mor- sels on the full moon (30th day).