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Certified and experienced yoga instructor seeking to share my passion for yoga and help individuals improve their physical and mental well-being through the practice of yoga.
Yoga is an integral part of my being and my sense of lifestyle. Through yoga, I could find my purpose in life, and now I live every day to pass on this gift to all others who aspire to learn. I have completed the certification of the Registered Yoga Teacher 500 Hours Training Course in Hyderabad. I have been a yoga teacher for 7 years. I am as passionate about teaching as a new student is eager to learn. Yoga is a vast concept, but every day is new learning, and I am fortunate to pass on this to you all through my knowledge and experience.
I am certified yoga and Aerial trainer. Let's come together and enjoy the journey of Anti-gravity Yoga.
Certified Yoga instructor having extensive experience in various age groups since the last 8 years. At Ritambhara Yoga Studio, we aim to provide you with a holistic experience that can uplift you physically as well as mentally giving you the much-needed balance in life, that lets you regain your lost mojo or help you build on the current foundations of your being. Come join me in your journey to bliss.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Priyanjali is a yoga therapist, sound healer, life-long student and psychologist. With over 8 years of teaching experience, she continues to explore and learn various aspects of yoga through personal practice and study. Owing to her past experience in multiple styles of yoga & therapeutic practices, Priyanjali’s approach to yoga is an amalgamation of non-judgmental awareness through movement, sound, and breath regulation. As a behavioural psychologist who has worked in the field of training & development in the past. She draws inspiration from mindfulness theories and emotional intelligence training, to teach yoga through emphasis on mind- body connection by using the breath.
Riya is an internationally certified Yoga Teacher & wellness consultant. In her life, yoga was the game-changer that helped her to articulate and actualize herself. From an early age, she was deeply invested in physical fitness — from dancing to sports. She also worked as a Sports Marketing professional in leading sports marketing agencies and federations. Her yoga sessions are an amalgamation of traditional Hatha and Vinyasa Yoga. Her style is dynamic yet compassionate, intense yet therapeutic with an approach of adjustments and plenty of modifications with individual attention. She has completed multiple teacher training, including 200-hour teacher training, Introductory Iyengar Yoga training with Nivedita Joshi and Sharat Arora, Yoga Nidra TTC from Rishikesh and currently pursuing MSc in Yoga Therapy from Svyasa University Bengaluru.
Priyanka is a certified yoga instructor and dietician with 5 years of experience dealing with beginner to advanced levels of practitioners. She specialises in weight management, stress management and therapy yoga for diabetes, back pain, neck pain, and building sleep quality using yogic practices and a yogic lifestyle. She has also worked with multiple app-based companies promoting health and wellness where she has created yoga video courses for corporates like chair yoga, and breathing practices for stress management and well being.
Shilpa Jaiswal is a dancer turned Yoga Instructor having 7+ years of experience teaching the concept of yoga and wellness to individuals and corporates. She is a certified yoga teacher from Yoga Alliance International and a Pilates Teacher from Body Balanced USA. She has worked extensively with many wellness brands and applications to record yoga classes and challenges. Shilpa is a travel enthusiast and mostly travels to various destinations to spread the awareness of Yoga.
I come from International Yoga capital Rishikesh. I have been practicing and teaching Traditional Hatha Yoga Since year 2018.
Gaurav Negi was born and brought up in India and started practising Yoga & Ayurveda in childhood. Since his first experience with professional Yoga teaching, he realised the need to spread Yoga & Ayurveda knowledge to more people to bridge the gap between the general population and medical experts. People nowadays have wrong daily routine, physical postures, and diet, thus illnesses and diseases are cascading faster everywhere due to a lack of knowledge about human body functions. He has then created various courses on Posture Alignments, Props work, Yoga Anatomy & Physiology, Muscle Imbalance Correction, Injury & Pain Management, Pranayama, Meditation, Therapy, and Ayurveda with a philosophy that "An ounce of prevention is worth more than a pound of cure". His amazing work has been recognised by Asia Fitness Conference in Thailand twice with the Personal Trainer of the Year award for spreading health and wellness in society. He has been invited to various yoga studios/schools around the world including, the UK, Europe, Australia, UAE, the Philippines, China, Japan, Indonesia, Vietnam, Sri Lanka and many more. In 2017, he also opened his Rehab Yoga School, intending to share his knowledge of Yoga, Fitness, Rehabilitation, and Ayurveda with more people. Since then, he has reached the life of thousands of people around the globe. (Offline & Online). His teaching encompass all his knowledge and cover all the vital elements required for Holistic Health and well-being in modern times.
I began practicing yoga 4 years ago in 2019 when the pandemic started. I tried so many new hobbies but yoga seemed to daw me in the most. It was the only thing keeping me sane through the mental labour and loneliness of the lockdown. Although I loved my corporate job, I realised yoga was the practice that I wanted to spread to help others heal and connect with themselves. I completed my 200hr yoga teacher training here at Utsav yoga and started taking classes soon after completing the course. I have personally benefited greatly from yoga and sharing this practice with others is how I want to honour this ancient practice. I always believe that when you give your mind, body and soul, the love they deserve, you will be surprised to see how they love you back. See you on the mat soon!
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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.
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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.
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Incorporating Chair Yoga into Daily Routine: A Step-by-Step Guide for Seniors
Incorporating Chair Yoga into Daily Routine: A Step-by-Step Guide for Seniors As we age, maintaining physical well-being becomes increasingly important. Chair yoga offers a gentle yet effective way for seniors to stay active, improve flexibility, and foster a sense of tranquility. In this step-by-step guide, we'll explore how to seamlessly integrate chair yoga into your daily routine, promoting a healthier and more balanced lifestyle. Step 1: Establish a Consistent Time Choose a time of day that suits your schedule and energy levels. Whether it's in the morning to invigorate your day or in the evening for relaxation, consistency is key. Step 2: Find a Quiet and Comfortable Space Select a quiet space with enough room for your chair and arm movements. Ensure the area is clutter-free to create a peaceful environment for your practice. Step 3: Invest in a Stable Chair Choose a sturdy chair without wheels, ensuring it provides proper support. Sit with your feet flat on the ground, maintaining a comfortable and upright posture. Step 4: Begin with a Gentle Warm-Up Start your chair yoga routine with gentle warm-up exercises. Rotate your ankles, wrists, and shoulders to increase blood flow and prepare your body for the upcoming poses. Step 5: Focus on Breath Awareness Shift your attention to your breath. Inhale deeply through your nose, expand your lungs, and exhale slowly through your mouth. Conscious breathing promotes relaxation and concentration. Step 6: Explore Seated Poses Engage in a series of seated yoga poses, such as mountain poses, forward bends, and gentle twists. These poses enhance flexibility and strength without putting strain on your joints. Step 7: Incorporate Arm Movements Extend your arms in various directions, incorporating gentle movements to enhance upper body flexibility. This helps alleviate tension and improves the overall range of motion. Step 8: Embrace Mindfulness Meditation Integrate mindfulness meditation into your routine. Focus your mind on the present moment, letting go of stress and promoting mental clarity. Utilize guided meditation or calming music if desired. Step 9: Gradual Progression As you become more comfortable with chair yoga, gradually introduce new poses and movements. Listen to your body, and don't push yourself beyond your comfort zone. Step 10: Cool Down and Relaxation Conclude your chair yoga session with a few minutes of relaxation. Sit comfortably, close your eyes, and focus on your breath. This step helps in transitioning smoothly back to your daily activities. Incorporating chair yoga into your daily routine doesn't require a significant time commitment but can yield numerous physical and mental health benefits. By following this step-by-step guide, seniors can enjoy the enriching practice of chair yoga, promoting overall well-being and vitality in their daily lives.
Embracing the Yoga Renaissance in 2024: A Holistic Journey to Wellness
In the fast-paced world of 2024, where technological advancements and hectic lifestyles dominate, there's a growing realization that amidst the chaos, a peaceful haven awaits – and it's called Yoga. As we step into the new year, there's a collective buzz around the idea that 2024 is poised to be the year of Yoga , urging people from all walks of life to embrace this ancient practice and make it an integral part of their daily routines. Yoga, with its roots deeply embedded in the rich tapestry of ancient Indian traditions, is not just a form of exercise; it's a holistic lifestyle that nurtures the mind, body, and soul . The global community is increasingly recognizing the myriad benefits of Yoga, ranging from physical flexibility to mental resilience and spiritual well-being. In a world where stress and anxiety have become unwelcome companions, Yoga offers a sanctuary of calmness. The amalgamation of mindful breathing, serene postures, and meditation makes it a potent antidote to the challenges of modern living. As the demands of daily life intensify, more people are turning to Yoga not only for physical fitness but as a means to find balance and serenity in an otherwise chaotic world. One of the reasons why 2024 is being heralded as the year of Yoga is the growing accessibility of this practice. With numerous online platforms, apps, and local classes, individuals can easily incorporate Yoga into their routines, regardless of their fitness levels or schedules. The democratization of Yoga ensures that everyone, from busy professionals to stay-at-home parents, can reap the benefits of this ancient wisdom. Moreover, the awareness of mental health and holistic well-being is on the rise, prompting individuals to seek practices that not only sculpt their bodies but also nourish their minds. Yoga, with its emphasis on mindfulness and inner peace , fits seamlessly into this narrative. The year 2024 is witnessing a cultural shift where people are prioritizing mental health and recognizing the symbiotic relationship between a healthy mind and a healthy body. Celebrities, influencers, and health enthusiasts alike are championing the cause of Yoga, sharing their personal stories of transformation and the positive impact Yoga has had on their lives. This collective endorsement is breaking down stereotypes and making Yoga more relatable and inclusive. As societal norms evolve, Yoga is emerging as a unifying force that transcends age, gender, and cultural boundaries. In conclusion, 2024 is undoubtedly shaping up to be the year of Yoga – a year where individuals from diverse backgrounds are invited to embark on a journey of self-discovery, wellness, and inner peace. As the world recognizes the transformative power of Yoga, it's time for each of us to embrace this ancient practice and weave its wisdom into the fabric of our daily lives. Whether you're a seasoned yogi or a curious beginner, the path to holistic well-being awaits – make 2024 your year of Yoga.
Understanding Chakras: Exploring the Energetic Centers in the Human Body
In the realm of spiritual and holistic practices, the concept of chakras holds significant importance. The word "chakra" originates from Sanskrit, meaning "wheel" or "disc." In this blog, we embark on a journey to unravel the mysteries of chakras, exploring their nature, functions, and significance in our overall well-being. Join us as we delve into the fascinating world of chakras and their role in the human body. What are Chakras? Chakras are subtle energy centers located within the human body. These energetic wheels are believed to be responsible for the flow of life force energy, also known as prana or chi , throughout our being. Each chakra is associated with specific qualities, attributes, and areas of our physical, emotional, and spiritual selves. The Seven Main Chakras: While there are numerous energy centers in the body, there are seven main chakras that are commonly referenced. These chakras are aligned along the central channel of the body, known as the Sushumna , and correspond to specific regions and functions. Let's explore each of these seven main chakras: 1. Root Chakra ( Muladhara ): Located at the base of the spine, the Root Chakra is associated with our sense of stability, grounding, and physical well-being. It governs our connection to the Earth, providing a solid foundation for our lives. 2. Sacral Chakra ( Svadhisthana ): Located in the lower abdomen, the Sacral Chakra is associated with creativity, passion, and our emotional well-being. It relates to our ability to experience pleasure, express ourselves, and form healthy relationships. 3. Solar Plexus Chakra ( Manipura ): Situated in the upper abdomen, the Solar Plexus Chakra is associated with personal power, confidence, and willpower. It influences our self-esteem, motivation, and ability to manifest our goals. 4. Heart Chakra ( Anahata ): Located in the center of the chest, the Heart Chakra is associated with love, compassion, and emotional balance. It governs our capacity for forgiveness, empathy, and forming meaningful connections with others. 5. Throat Chakra ( Vishuddha ): Situated in the throat region, the Throat Chakra is associated with communication, self-expression, and authenticity. It governs our ability to express our truth, speak our minds, and listen actively. 6. Third Eye Chakra ( Ajna ): Located in the middle of the forehead, between the eyebrows, the Third Eye Chakra is associated with intuition, insight, and inner wisdom. It relates to our ability to perceive beyond the physical senses and tap into our higher consciousness. 7. Crown Chakra ( Sahasrara ): Situated at the top of the head, the Crown Chakra is associated with spiritual connection, higher consciousness, and enlightenment. It represents our connection to the divine, universal energy, and the infinite possibilities of existence. The Energetic Balancing and Activation: When the chakras are balanced and in harmony, the life force energy flows freely, supporting our physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being. However, blockages or imbalances in the chakras can lead to various challenges and disruptions in different aspects of our lives. Fortunately, there are numerous practices that can help balance and activate the chakras, such as: - Meditation and Visualization: Engaging in chakra-focused meditation and visualization techniques can help clear blockages and restore the harmonious flow of energy within the chakras. - Yoga Asanas: Specific yoga poses are designed to stimulate and activate different chakras. By practicing asanas that target specific energy centers, we can promote balance and vitality in those areas. - Breathwork and Pranayama: Conscious breathwork techniques, such as alternate nostril breathing, can help cleanse and energize the chakras, restoring their optimal functioning. - Sound and Mantra: Chanting specific mantras or listening to resonant sounds associated with each chakra can help balance and align the energy centers. - Energy Healing: Modalities like Reiki, acupuncture, and crystal healing can also assist in clearing blockages and promoting the harmonious flow of energy within the chakras. Chakras are intricate energetic centers that play a vital role in our overall well-being. Therefore, understanding and working with the chakras allows us to cultivate balance, vitality, and alignment in our physical, emotional, and spiritual selves. By exploring and nurturing these energetic centers, we embark on a transformative journey toward wholeness and self-realization.
Chakra Sounds ll Beej Mantras: Unlocking Inner Balance
Chakras, the seven energy centers in the human body, have long been associated with spiritual and holistic practices. Among the techniques used to harmonize these energy centers, chakra sounds and beej mantras play a central role. In this blog, we will delve into the world of chakra sound and beej mantras, exploring their significance and how to incorporate them into your spiritual practice. The Power of Chakras and Beej Mantras: Beej mantras, derived from ancient Sanskrit, are one-syllable sounds that correspond to each of the seven chakras in the body. These sounds are believed to resonate with and activate the energy centers, promoting balance and healing. Here are the beej mantras for each chakra: 1. Root Chakra (Muladhara) - Lam 2. Sacral Chakra (Svadhisthana) - Vam 3. Solar Plexus Chakra (Manipura) - Ram 4. Heart Chakra (Anahata) - Yam 5. Throat Chakra (Vishuddha) - Ham 6. Third Eye Chakra (Ajna) - Om or Aum 7. Crown Chakra (Sahasrara) - Silence Significance of Beej Mantras: 1. Balancing Energy: Chanting the corresponding beej mantra for a specific chakra is believed to clear blockages and align the energy center, promoting balance and harmony. 2. Healing: Sound has the power to release emotional blockages stored in the chakras, contributing to emotional and psychological healing. 3. Concentration: Chanting these mantras can enhance concentration, especially the "Om" sound, which is often associated with the Third Eye Chakra and spiritual insight. 4. Stress Reduction: The vibrational qualities of sound can induce relaxation, reducing stress and anxiety. Incorporating Chakra Sounds into Your Practice: 1. Set the Space: Find a quiet, comfortable space for meditation. 2. Focus on a Chakra: Choose one chakra to work with, or start from the root and move upwards. 3. Chant the Mantra: Chant the corresponding beej mantra aloud or silently, immersing yourself in its sound and vibration. 4. Visualize Healing: As you chant, visualize the energy center opening, balancing, and emitting a harmonious glow. 5. Repeat or Progress: You can repeat the process for each chakra or concentrate on the one that requires the most attention. Chakra sound and beej mantras provide a powerful way to enhance your spiritual journey and well-being. Therefore, by integrating these practices into your daily routine, you can tap into the ancient wisdom of sound therapy and experience a deeper connection to your inner self. These simple yet profound techniques offer a path to inner balance and a more harmonious life.
Exploring the Intricate Tapestry of Chakra Shapes and Colours
In the realm of holistic well-being and spiritual balance, the concept of chakras has long been revered as a fundamental aspect of the human energy system and holds a significant place in the practice of Yoga. Originating from ancient Indian traditions, chakras are believed to be energy centers within the body that influence physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being. These energy wheels are associated with specific shapes and colours, each carrying a unique significance. In this blog, we will delve into the fascinating world of chakra shapes and colours, unravelling a fascinating tapestry that reflects the interconnectedness of mind, body, and spirit. Crown Chakra (Sahasrara): Location: Top of the head. Shape: The crown chakra is often symbolized as a thousand-petaled lotus or a radiant halo, representing spiritual connection and enlightenment. Colour: Violet or white is associated with the crown chakra, signifying purity, transcendence, and a connection to the divine. Third Eye Chakra (Ajna): Location: Between the eyebrows. Shape: The third eye chakra is often depicted as a two-petaled lotus or a simple circle, symbolizing intuition, insight, and spiritual awareness. Colour: Indigo, associated with the third eye, represents wisdom, intuition, and a deep connection to the inner self. Throat Chakra (Vishuddha): Location: Throat area. Shape: A sixteen-petaled lotus is linked to the throat chakra, signifying communication, expression, and purification. Colour: Blue, the colour of the throat chakra, represents clarity, self-expression, and the soothing flow of energy. Heart Chakra (Anahata): Location: Center of the chest, just above the heart. Shape: The heart chakra is often visualized as a twelve-petaled lotus, representing love, compassion, and balance. Colour: Green is associated with the heart chakra, symbolizing harmony, growth, and a connection to nature. Solar Plexus Chakra (Manipura): Location: Upper abdomen, in the stomach area. Shape: A ten-petaled lotus is commonly linked to the solar plexus chakra, symbolizing personal power and transformation. Colour: Yellow, the hue of the solar plexus, signifies intellect, confidence, and the radiance of inner strength. Sacral Chakra (Svadhisthana): Location: Lower abdomen. Shape: The sacral chakra is associated with a six-petaled lotus, representing creativity, passion, and sensuality. Colour: Orange reflects the vibrancy of this chakra, embodying warmth, vitality, and the flow of energy. Root Chakra (Muladhara): Location: Base of the spine Shape: The root chakra is often depicted as a four-petaled lotus flower, symbolizing stability and foundation. Colour: Red, the colour of the root chakra, signifies grounding, survival, and a connection to the earth. The intricate tapestry of chakra shapes and colours paints a vibrant picture of the subtle energy system that flows within each of us. Exploring and balancing these energy centres through practices like meditation, yoga, and mindfulness can lead to a more harmonious and fulfilling life. As we delve into the world of chakras, we embark on a journey of self-discovery and spiritual growth, unlocking the potential for holistic well-being.