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Your personal Yoga based sleep coach.

Thinking “Why do I need one?” This programme will allow you to,

  • Sleep 8 hours per night.
  • Fall asleep in less than 30 mins.
  • Reset your body clock.
  • 3x your productivity.
  • Reduce risk of Cardiovascular disorders.

830,000+ happy yogis

How are sleep, stress and health connected?

20% people feel distracted and inefficient due to sleepiness.

Sleeping for 5 or less hours/night may increase mortality risk by 15%.

100% of sleep deprived and stressed adults are prone to : Cardiovascular disease or Hypertension or Diabetes or Obesity.

Chronic stress can lead to panic attacks, mood swings, lower attention span, anxiety, loss of libido etc.

Reasearch says, Yoga helps with sleep & stress

Regulates Cortisol

Cortisol (Stress hormone) imbalance can cause obesity, Diabetes and more disorders. Cortisol can interfere with sleep as well.

Upgrades Immunity

Yoga quickens detoxification by regulating nervous system, adrenaline, cardio vascular hyperactivity and pulse rate.

Promotes mindful eating

Yoga induces a well-rested mind which helps being more attentive towards food choices, and recognize binge/stress eating triggers.

Balances Melatonin

Yog Nidra helps secrete Melatonin (Sleep and wake hormone) this regulates immunity, blood pressure and digestion.

Take the preliminary 6 question test.

We spend 1/3rd of our lives sleeping, but are we doing it right ?

Do you sleep less than 6 hours a night?

Yes

No

Falling asleep in less than 7 mins or need more than 30 mins to fall asleep?

Yes

No

Waking up during the night and not falling asleep again?

Yes

No

Waking up too early or too late?

Yes

No

Do you feel sleepy and lethargic during the daytime?

Yes

No

Muscle stiffness & a bad mood when you wake up ?

Yes

No

If your answer for 3 or more questions is YES! then this PT program is for you.

600 million people worldwide suffer from chronic sleep problems and don't even know it, share this quiz.

MEET OUR CERTIFIED INSTRUCTORS

Only from the top 5 Indian yoga training institutes.

Trained in Rishikesh, the Yoga capital of the world, well versed in Yoga sutras yet modern in their approach, educated for the evolved human anatomy, and the spiritual workings of the mind. Our instructors bring a collective experience of over 100 years into a seamless fitness ecosystem for all.

Jahnavi Patwardhan

Jahnavi Patwardhan

Our weight loss expert, teaches traditional high intensity classes.

Basavaraj Saunshi

Basavaraj Saunshi

Certified Ashtanga practitioner, teaches full body toning in power-packed sessions.

Basavaraj Gollar

Basavaraj Gollar

Certified yoga therapist, award winning yogi with 10,000+ students.

Shraddha Iyer

Shraddha Iyer

Certified sound healer, teaches high-intensity flows and mindfulness.

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  • Complete your 1-on-1 LIVE Personalised Yoga trial

    Tell our experts all your problems and get counselling within 5 minutes of starting the class.

  • Purchase a plan that works for you

    When you’re happy with the class, select a plan of your preferred duration.

  • Start your journey with SARVA

    Start practising with us everyday, with our weekly tracker, expert recommendations and constant support.

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FAQs

Hatha Yoga in particular is really a nice form when it comes to stress relief. The word Hatha promotes balance, as the word Hatha is combined of two words "ha" meaning sun and " tha" meaning moon. Balancing the sun and moon of the body can help in relieving stress. Also, the mindful nature of hatha yoga makes it a great practice for stress management.

As yoga promotes relaxation, it naturally becomes a fighter against stress. Stress attacks the mind, body and breath and Yoga takes care of all these three aspects. Various Yoga postures also promote better blood flow to the brain which becomes helpful in stress reduction.

Yes of course. Yoga enhances the mood and overall sense of being. Yoga practice helps with a clear vision of life. Yoga poses like camel pose and downward-facing dog pose improve blood circulation. Pranayama also helps to lower the blood pressure and eventually promotes mental as well as physical relaxation.

Fatigue can be mental or physical and if you're experiencing chronic fatigue, Yoga is the right option for you. Yoga connects the mind, body and breath together. As yoga warms up the body and improves blood circulation you'll feel warmer and lighter after a yoga class. Also, a short meditation is always helpful in reducing fatigue.

Restorative yoga is a good practice for depression. In this form of yoga, we often practise the postures with the support by using props like a folded blanket, bolster, bricks etc. The postures in restorative yoga are held for longer than in a usual yoga class. This promotes relaxation in the body and mind, reduces stress and makes you feel lighter and calmer.

Restorative and Hatha Yoga both are helpful in improving your mental health. Hatha Yoga while bringing up the balance in your life and restorative yoga by promoting relaxation and better blood circulation. Yoga also helps in maintaining discipline in life which is again an important factor for managing your mental health.