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Aditi is a lifelong student of movement and interconnectedness of mind and body. The Journey began with aerial workouts and dance initiating her love for movement. The bodys natural way of expressing, emotions and experiences She is an internationally certified, NASM (National Academy of Sports & Medicine) approved Anti Gravity Fitness Instructor, 200 hours Yoga Alliance certified Yoga Trainer and Aerial Yoga Academy Certified Aerial Yoga Instructor
Aasthaa Dewan is a transformation coach & Founder of MBS Wellness LLP. She works in the area of enhancing happiness, confidence and satisfaction in the life of individuals. She uses scientific tools like subconscious mind reprogramming, Emotional Intelligence, Personality type decoding (DISC) and counseling to help people resolve their problems. Her sessions focus on creating emotional and mental strength. She has been able have breakthrough results through her blended approach of Coaching & Counseling. In her total work experience of 20 years, she has worked with prestigious organizations in management development roles. In the last 7 years, she is spreading the benefits of coaching & counseling in schools, corporate, business houses and entrepreneurial communities.
Neha’s love for movement and expression led her to experience Yoga, a deep spiritual form of Art for her. She then explored it further, completing 700 hours of TTC in Hatha Yoga over the next few years. She ultimately decided to quit her corporate career upon a moment of self-discovery to follow her passion to teach Yoga and share her journey with others. Neha has worked with major Health & Wellness brands like Cult Fit, Utsav & Yogami in managing fellow yogis, training and creating health & wellness content. As someone who has healed & transformed herself through Yoga, Reiki, Breathwork & Meditation, she believes in the science of Yoga and healing through it. With over 10 years of personal practice & teaching experience, Neha continues to spread her love of Yoga to people across the globe. Apart from Yoga, she has a passion for dance & cooking, enjoys traveling and exploring new places.
Dr. Shalinta Tyagi is a Women’s Health Physiotherapist, Childbirth Educator and a Lactation Counsellor. She has 16 years of experience working with Pregnant and Postnatal mothers throughout their pregnancy and new motherhood weeks. Right from giving them advice on posture and exercises during pregnancy to helping them learn about childbirth and lactation, she assists would-be parents at different stages of their parenthood. She is a postnatal rehab specialist and helps newly delivered mothers overcome physical and emotional discomforts. She has worked with most of the leading mother and child care hospitals in Gurgaon for the last 16 years.
Dr. Sarita Dhankani is an Emotional and Spiritual Wellbeing Coach and the Founder of Beautiful Reflections. She specialises in assisting people in releasing hidden trauma, changing limiting belief systems, becoming more aware of their body and mind, and living a joyful and happy life. Her journey to becoming a healer started 11 years ago, because of mere curiosity around this subject and the need to help other people overcome their physical and emotional issues. She has pursued her graduation in homoeopathy medicine and is a certified clinical hypnotherapist, energy healer, and NLP practitioner. She combines various healing, coaching, and counselling modalities such as inner child healing, Reiki, Chakra healing, meditations, past life regression, karmic healing, crystal constellations, guided art, EFT tapping, and Crystal and Sound Healing to work on the root cause of presenting complaints—physical, emotional, and spiritual. Apart from one-on-one and group sessions, she also offers short and long healing retreats in beautiful spaces close to nature.
Namaste I'm Utkarsh and I'm a professional Yoga asana teacher. I'm learning Yoga from my childhood. I believe that yoga is a vast concept and whole life you can learn it and spread the knowledge with all human beings. Though I have more then 6 years of teaching experience in Hatha, Power, Vinyasa, Ashtanga Yoga. I'm a certified Yoga alliance teacher. And I'm passionate about spreading my love for yoga and helping others in there journey by sharing my own.
A self-driven girl working to create cultural content for the upliftment of Arts. A strong performer, Teacher, Director and choreographer. A well-qualified dance trainer. Through the medium of Dance and stage, I am continuously presenting Indian art forms to the whole world. I have a strong connection with teaching and education work. Bhangra Queens founded by me is an initiative to represent the beautiful Indian art form to the world as well as make queens out of girls. This is the first all-female Bhangra crew of India.
She hails from the yoga capital- Rishikesh. From a corporate professional to a yoga coach, her journey has only been an amazing one so far. After an intense practice and completing her 200 Hrs YTT in multistyle yoga practice (USA alliance approved), she met her living spiritual master who is a divine manifestation, and learned endlessly about nothing but Yoga. It’s been a decade since she has been teaching Yoga globally and had an opportunity to train many celebrities as well. She also completed her certification in Reiki level 2 from Rishikesh and uses the power of healing as and when it requires in her teaching. Today as she teaches, she continues to pursue her Masters in yoga and looks forward to training and healing a lot more people.
Harsha is known for her non-judgmental, compassionate, and gentle way of teaching. Although she is a trained Hatha, and Ashtanga coach, her style includes healing through asanas, breaths, and focus, with an aim to promote a healthier body, mind, and spirit. Her goal is to make people aware and love themselves, become kinder and liberated in this materialistic world. She was introduced to yoga, and meditation when she was just 7 years old and believes it to be the best gift of her life. She truly believes in getting young kids on board with yoga because the sooner you start, the better you will be at handling life. With that, we will have generous, humble, and awakened future generations.
Certified Hatha Yoga Teacher (YTTC 200 HRS) from Yoga Alliance International, Certified Kundalini Yoga Teacher (YTTC 200 HRS) from Yogi Alliance USA, Certified Quantum Health Coach, Bachelors in Holistic Science from Quantum University (QU), Hawaii USA and currently pursuing a Masters and Doctorate in Integrative Medicine from QU itself, Certified Access Bars Facilitator from Access Consciousness, USA. She has been extensively trained in an Internationally renowned Personal & Professional Development Organization (Landmark) as a trainee and Coach in various programmes a.) Landmark Forum b.) Advance Course c.) Self-Expression & Leadership Programme d.) Communication Access to Power e.) Communication Power to Create f.) Introduction Leadership Programme and Team Management & Leadership Programme. Her keen interest in Energy Medicine & Healing has led her to train herself in many healing modalities through the support of brilliant healers and facilitators in Trauma Healing, Breathwork, Mindfulness Meditation, Quantum Healing and Womb Healing.
What our Members are saying?
Utsav yoga has a warm & comfortable environment & that too surrounded with friendly& knowledgeable yoga gurus, who make sure to make one feel comfortable & relaxed while practicing any form of yoga. I feel that apart from gaining strength and flexibility I've been able to connect my physical self with the emotional self.
I started going to utsav aerial yoga in September and have been going since then. I really enjoy the sessions. Aditi is very helpful and inspiring. She gets us to perform amazing aerial postures which I never thought I was capable of.
Aerial classes conducted by Aditi are absolutely blissful, relaxing and invigorating at the same time. She pays equal attention to everyone, always tries her best to get everyone as close to the shown posture as possible. She'll always lift you up, physically and metaphorically to make you feel more confident about getting into relatively hard postures.
The studio is near to my house. It has amazing space and interior is beautiful. They provide all the yoga equipments too. Above all most importantly yoga instructors are very supportive and very down to earth.
Amazing! Big space , hygienic,positive atmosphere and the instructor is very attentive. Ensures that we are properly doing each pose and that we are getting the maximum out of the class.After yoga I have observed my internal breathing issue is being reduced as well as anxiety issues.
Utsav Yoga is great! Wonderful teacher, beautiful space, and a variety of classes that are perfect for busting the stress out of life. Jeet’s expert knowledge of body movement, various tips & techniques to improve flexibility & his attention to detail and amazing energy make for a great instructor! I had my best yoga experience here.
It is a wonderful experience for me have UTSAV Online Classes. I am enjoying it like a UTSAV in my Life.
UTSAV Yoga has helped me reduce the body and increase my energy and flexibility upto a great extent. The best part about UTSAV yoga is everyday its new.
Awakening Inner Strength: Yoga Reflections on India's Independence
Yoga, a timeless practice that harmonizes the mind, body, and soul, has deep connections with India's journey to independence. As we commemorate India's Independence Day, it's a perfect opportunity to reflect on the intertwined narratives of yoga and freedom. The practice of yoga not only cultivates physical flexibility but also nurtures inner strength, resilience, and unity—qualities that played a pivotal role in India's struggle for freedom. Yoga's Philosophical Foundations and Independence: At its core, yoga emphasizes self-discipline, self-awareness, and the pursuit of inner balance. These principles mirror the essence of India's freedom movement, which was driven by the collective aspiration for self-governance and self-determination. The philosophy of non-violence (ahimsa), propagated by Mahatma Gandhi, bears striking similarities to yoga's principle of compassion and harmlessness. Resilience through Breath: Pranayama and Persistence: Pranayama, the practice of breath control in yoga, teaches us the importance of breathing consciously and mindfully. Just as India's freedom fighters endured hardships with unwavering determination, pranayama teaches us to navigate challenges with steady breath and resilience. By regulating the breath, we learn to maintain composure even in the face of adversity. Unity in Diversity: Yoga's Message of Oneness: India's diversity—linguistic, cultural, and religious—is an integral part of its identity. Similarly, yoga encourages us to embrace diversity and recognize the interconnectedness of all beings. Just as the freedom movement united people from different backgrounds, yoga reminds us that we are all part of a larger whole, transcending boundaries and differences. Harnessing Inner Power: Asanas and Self-Empowerment: The practice of yoga asanas (postures) is a metaphor for the strength and flexibility required during any transformative journey. Just as India's leaders displayed immense courage and adaptability, yoga practitioners harness their inner power to face challenges head-on. Asanas remind us that true strength arises from a balanced mind and a resilient spirit. Meditation and Liberation: Finding Inner Freedom: Meditation is a profound aspect of yoga that guides us towards inner peace and liberation. Similarly, India's struggle for independence was driven by the pursuit of freedom from external control. Through meditation, we recognize the liberation that comes from detaching ourselves from the noise of the world and connecting with our inner selves. As we celebrate India's Independence Day, let us remember that the principles of yoga—self-discipline, unity, resilience, and inner strength—echo the values that guided the nation to freedom. Yoga continues to serve as a powerful reminder of our own potential to overcome obstacles and awaken our inner strength. Just as India's independence was a culmination of tireless efforts, yoga reminds us that our personal growth and transformation require dedicated practice and unwavering commitment.
Dispelling the Myths about Yoga: Unveiling the True Essence
Yoga has gained immense popularity over the years, captivating people across the globe with its promise of physical well-being, mental clarity, and spiritual growth. However, amidst its rise to mainstream recognition, several misconceptions and myths have emerged, clouding the true essence of this ancient practice. In this blog, we aim to debunk some common myths and shed light on the transformative power of yoga. Myth 1 : Yoga is only for Flexible People : One of the most common myths surrounding yoga is that it is exclusively meant for the naturally flexible or those with a background in gymnastics. This misconception can discourage individuals who believe they lack the physical prowess to participate. However, yoga is a practice for everyone, regardless of their flexibility or physical abilities. With consistent practice and proper guidance, yoga can be adapted to suit individual needs and gradually enhance flexibility, strength, and balance. Myth 2 : Yoga is Only about Physical Exercise : While yoga certainly encompasses physical postures that promote strength and flexibility, it is far more than just a physical exercise routine. Yoga is a holistic discipline that unites the mind, body, and spirit. It involves breath control (pranayama), meditation, and ethical principles (yamas and niyamas) that guide one's behavior and attitudes. The practice of yoga aims to create a harmonious connection between the physical, mental, and spiritual aspects of our being. Myth 3 : Yoga is a Religious Practice : Yoga has its roots in ancient Indian philosophy, but it is not limited to any particular religion or belief system. While some forms of yoga incorporate spiritual elements, such as chanting or Sanskrit mantras, yoga itself is not a religious practice. It is a path of self-discovery and personal growth, allowing individuals to connect with their inner selves, cultivate mindfulness, and find a sense of peace and balance. Myth 4 : Yoga is Time-consuming : In our fast-paced modern world, finding time for oneself can often seem challenging. Many people believe that incorporating yoga into their daily routine requires lengthy sessions on a mat. However, yoga can be practiced in various forms and time frames, making it adaptable to different schedules. Even a few minutes of mindful breathing or a short sequence of asanas can provide significant benefits, reducing stress, and promoting mental clarity. Myth 5 : Yoga is Only for Women : Another misconception is that yoga is predominantly for women. While it is true that yoga classes may have a higher female attendance, yoga is not limited by gender. In fact, yoga was traditionally practiced by men for thousands of years. The practice of yoga benefits people of all genders, ages, and backgrounds, promoting physical vitality, emotional well-being, and overall balance in life. Yoga is a profound practice that has the potential to transform our lives on multiple levels. Therefore, by dispelling the myths surrounding yoga, we can encourage a broader audience to explore and experience the countless benefits it offers. Whether you are seeking physical fitness, mental peace, or spiritual growth, yoga is a versatile practice that can be tailored to suit your individual needs and aspirations. So, let go of the misconceptions, embrace the practice, and embark on a journey of self-discovery through the beautiful art of yoga.
Yoga and Sustainable Living: Harmonizing the Body, Mind, and Planet
Yoga and sustainable living share a profound connection, as both seek to cultivate harmony within ourselves and the world around us. At the core of both practices lies the idea of awareness and mindfulness . Yoga encourages us to be fully present, connecting our breath, body, and mind, while sustainable living emphasizes conscious awareness of our actions and their impact on the inner and outer environment. By integrating yoga's teachings of mindfulness and sustainability, we can develop a deeper connection with our nature and a sense of responsibility towards us and the planet. Following are key principles of Yogic Philosophy, Principle 1 : Ahimsa The principle of non-violence is a fundamental tenet of yoga. It urges us to treat all beings including us with compassion and respect. Similarly, sustainable living encourages us to minimize harm to the environment, animals, and fellow humans. Yoga often takes us outdoors, where we can practice amidst the beauty of nature. This connection with the natural world deepens our appreciation for its wonders and highlights the urgency of protecting it. Sustainable living encourages us to spend time in nature, fostering a sense of belonging and kinship with the Earth. By nurturing this bond, we become more invested in preserving the environment and adopting sustainable practices that benefit the planet. Principle 2 : Cause and Effect Yoga believes in the principle of giving and receiving and dynamic exchange in the universe, we are responsible for everything that gets created around us so if we shall reap what we sow, the universe may circle back whatever we throw on to it, for sustainable living we need to be careful on what we exchange with the universe in terms of intention and matter, if we keep our surrounding clean and tidy it shall have a positive effect on us with uncluttered mind and good health. Principle 3 : Energy conservation Energy conservation is another area where yoga and sustainable living intersect. Yoga emphasizes the flow of energy within our bodies, promoting balance and vitality. Similarly, sustainable living emphasizes energy conservation and the use of renewable resources. By embracing energy-efficient practices in our homes, workplaces, and daily routines, we conserve resources, reduce carbon emissions, and contribute to a cleaner, healthier environment. This synergy between personal well-being and environmental sustainability is crucial for a sustainable future. Principle 4 : Joy through Simplicity and Contentment The philosophy of yoga invites us to embrace simplicity and contentment , transcending materialistic desires. Sustainable living aligns with this principle by advocating for minimalism, conscious consumption, and reducing waste. By decluttering our lives, we reduce our ecological footprint and promote sustainable resource management. Yoga teaches us to find joy in the present moment, emphasizing the richness of experiences over material possessions. Principle 5 : Community & Collaboration Both yoga and sustainable living emphasize the power of community and collaboration . Yoga studios, retreats, and gatherings provide spaces for individuals to come together, fostering a sense of unity and support. Similarly, sustainable living communities and initiatives promote collective action towards shared environmental goals. By joining forces, we can inspire and empower each other to adopt sustainable practices, create positive change, and build a more resilient and sustainable world. In conclusion, the integration of yoga and sustainable living offers us a path to holistic well-being and environmental stewardship . By practicing mindfulness, embracing simplicity, and fostering a deep connection with nature through yoga, we can contribute to sustainable living. By minimizing harm to the planet, conserving resources, and promoting ecological balance through sustainable living practices, we enhance our personal well-being and contribute to a brighter future for ourselves, future generations, and the planet we call home. Let us embark on this transformative journey, one breath and one sustainable choice at a time!
The Transformative Power of Yoga: Embracing Self-Care for Holistic Well-Being
In today's fast-paced and demanding lifestyle, prioritizing self-care has become increasingly vital for our overall well-being. In such hustle, yoga is one activity that has become quite popular due to its all-encompassing advantages. Beyond its physical aspects, yoga has been recognized to offer a profound opportunity to nurture and rejuvenate our mind, body, and spirit. So, let us explore the many ways of incorporating yoga into our self-care routines which will help in enhancing our physical, mental, and emotional well-being, allowing us to lead more balanced and fulfilling lives; Cultivating Physical Well-being through Asanas: Yoga offers a vast array of asanas that target different muscle groups, improve flexibility, and enhance strength. By incorporating a regular yoga practice into our self-care routine, we can experience increased energy levels, improved posture, and enhanced body awareness. From gentle stretches to more dynamic flows, yoga helps us connect with our physical bodies, promoting vitality and energy. Fostering Mental Well-being through Mindfulness: Central to yoga is the practice of mindfulness, which involves being fully present in the current moment without judgment. By cultivating mindfulness during our yoga practice, we learn to bring this state of awareness into our daily lives. This enables us to reduce stress, manage anxiety, and enhance our ability to focus and concentrate. Through conscious breathing techniques and meditation, yoga empowers us to quiet the mind and find inner peace amidst life's challenges. Embracing Emotional Well-being through Self-Exploration: Yoga is not just a physical practice but a journey of self-discovery and self-acceptance. As we engage in yoga, we create a safe space to explore our emotions, release tension, and cultivate compassion toward ourselves and others. Through heart-opening poses and gentle introspection, yoga allows us to connect with our emotions, process past experiences, and cultivates emotional resilience. It provides us with the tools to navigate life's ups and downs with greater equanimity. Creating Rituals and Sacred Space: Incorporating yoga into our self-care routines goes beyond the physical practice on the mat. It involves creating rituals and cultivating a sacred space that nourishes our mind, body, and soul. This can include setting aside dedicated time for yoga, creating a calming ambiance with soft lighting or candles, and integrating elements of aromatherapy or soothing music. Such practices help us cultivate a sense of sanctuary, promoting deep relaxation and self-connection. Extending Self-Care Beyond the Mat: Yoga is not confined to the time spent on the mat but extends into our daily lives. It encourages us to embrace self-care practices beyond the yoga studio. This can involve mindful eating, getting sufficient restful sleep, engaging in nurturing activities like journaling or reading, and cultivating healthy relationships. By integrating yoga principles into our lifestyle choices, we amplify the benefits of our self-care routine and foster sustainable well-being. Therefore, integrating yoga into our self-care routines is a transformative journey that encompasses physical, mental, and emotional well-being. Through regular practice, we cultivate strength, flexibility, and body awareness, while mindfulness and meditation foster mental clarity and emotional resilience. By creating sacred space and extending self-care beyond the mat, we embrace a holistic approach to self-nurturing. As we prioritize our own well-being, we empower ourselves to navigate life's challenges with grace and live more authentically, embracing the transformative power of yoga in our daily lives.
Yoga and Community: Finding Support and Connection Through Practice
Yoga is an ancient practice that is centuries old. It has been proven to have countless physical and mental benefits. However, one of the most important aspects of yoga is its ability to bring people together and create a sense of community. In a world where many people feel disconnected and isolated, yoga provides a space where individuals can come together to practice, connect, and support each other. Yoga studios and classes offer a safe and welcoming environment where people from all walks of life can come together to share their love of yoga. At Utsav Yoga, we strongly believe that yoga can bring people together and help create a sense of belonging and support. Yoga is a practice that promotes mindfulness, self-awareness, and compassion. Through the practice of yoga, individuals learn to connect with themselves on a deeper level, and in doing so, they are better able to connect with others. Yoga encourages individuals to be present and attentive to their own thoughts and feelings, as well as those of others. When you practice yoga at Utsav, you will quickly realize that you are not just practicing with individuals, but you are part of a community. We believe that the practice of yoga is about more than just physical exercise; it is about creating connections and supporting each other in our personal growth. In our classes, we encourage our students to connect with themselves and with others. We promote mindfulness, self-awareness, and compassion, which creates a space where people can feel heard and understood. This helps to foster a sense of community and belonging that can be difficult to find elsewhere. When people come together to practice yoga, they are not only sharing a physical space, but they are also sharing an experience. The practice of yoga creates a bond between individuals that is difficult to replicate in other areas of life. Through the shared experience of yoga, people are able to form deep connections that can last a lifetime. We at Utsav Yoga are aware that yoga has advantages beyond its therapeutic effects on the body and mind. We feel that the sense of community that yoga creates may significantly improve one's general health and wellness. Based on research findings it has been demonstrated that those with strong social ties are less likely to suffer from depression and anxiety, and may even live longer. Thus, Yoga studios and classes often provide a sense of belonging and support that can be difficult to find elsewhere. This is especially important for individuals who may not have strong social networks outside of the studio. In a yoga community, individuals are able to connect with like-minded people who share their love of yoga and their commitment to personal growth. In conclusion, at Utsav Yoga, we believe that the practice of yoga is more than just a physical practice as it has the power to create strong communities and foster connections that can be transformative for overall health and wellbeing. We provide a welcoming and safe space for individuals to come together and support each other in their personal growth. Whether you are a seasoned yogi or just starting out, we invite you to join our community and experience the power of yoga.