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Your Personal Yoga Therapist.

An empathetic coach who will listen and solve your health problems like,

  • Migraine, Asthma, Sinus, Allergies.
  • Thyroid, PCOS, and Diabetes.
  • Stomach, liver, kidney & heart disorders.
  • High Blood pressure and cholesterol.
  • Arthritis and other problems.
  • Depression and anxiety.

830,000+ happy yogis

Why do you need a Yoga therapist along with your medications?

About 422 million of the world population between 19-79 years has Diabetes. Yoga helps regularise the blood insulin level.

Approx. 200 million lives worldwide are affected by Thyroid. Yoga can help improve thyroid health.

Around 27% of the world population has Hypertension. Yoga helps lower high blood pressure.

42% of the world population struggles with cardiovascular disorders. Yoga improves the heart health by lowering high BP and cholesterol levels.

On an average about 98.2% of the world population recovered from COVID-19. Yoga is proven to be beneficial to improve immunity and build lung capacity.

About 15.7% of the population is reported to have mental health disorders. The actual numbers being higher than reported cases.

How is Yoga therapy different from other forms of yoga?

  • Yoga therapy is a personalized approach to help with a specific medical ailment in addition to the medication that you’re currently on.
  • Yoga therapy works in tandem with medication to reduce the severity of symptoms and help with sustainable recovery.
  • Yoga therapy is given only under the guidance of expert therapists, who have complete knowledge of human anatomy.
  • Yoga therapy sessions are often followed by DIY yoga techniques which allow long term lifestyle changes and adopting mindful habits in daily life.
Yoga can help with pain management?

How will this personalized program help?

Body-Mind Integration

Boost immunity

Beginner friendly

Home-based remedies

Better mental health

2x the recovery

Is yoga therapy safe?

Are you someone who says “I’m not a Yoga person” ?

The benefits of therapy yoga are wide-ranging, spread across body, mind, nourishment and spirit.

Here are some common misconceptions around yoga therapy.

Will yoga therapy interfere with my medication?

What all will I have to give up for yoga therapy?

I have not exercised in over an year, can yoga therapy?

Therapy sounds serious. I don’t have anything serious

What all therapy options are available?

Yoga therapy is a never ending process?

Yoga is not just about asana practice. It has more benefits to offer, such as:

  • Detoxification of internal organs.
  • Improved Skin and hair quality.
  • Improved breath control.
  • Balanced metabolism.
  • Improved cardio health.
  • Improved energy and vitality.

Share it with someone who might be unsure about their goals, but want to achieve a happy and healthy body, mind and soul.

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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    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

Therapeutic yoga, performed under the guidance of an expert yoga therapist is considered best practice for managing diabetes.

Trikonasana and parshwakonasana are considered to be the most effective yoga asanas for diabetes.

Ideally, the yoga flows are curated to help diabetic people and those who have abnormal insulin levels, but anyone can practise this form.

Yes, with regular practice and making a few lifestyle changes and dietary changes (after consulting a certified nutritionist) one can easily manage diabetes.

Kapalbhati pranayam is considered beneficial to regularise blood insulin levels. But regular practice of Pranayama should be combined with yoga asanas for significant results.

Yoga for diabetes can help in the following ways:

 1. Enhances the digestion capacity.

 2. Bloating, flatulence will be addressed completely.

 3. As the metabolism improves extra glucose will be converted to glycogen.

By regular practice of therapeutic yoga with an expert yoga therapist and making substantial lifestyle changes to improve the thyroid gland’s health.

Definitely, yoga poses stimulate the glandular system as they work on the periphery of the body and ensure optimum functioning, glandular secretions are healthily utilized without wastage.

Therapeutic yoga works best, as it provides complete synchronization between breath and movement of the body parts. Some of the yoga poses you can try are: Supta virasana, Paschimottanasana, Setubandhasana, Sarvangasana.

With constant practice of therapy yoga flows and making suitable lifestyle changes, we can comfortably manage thyroid over time.

Pranayama helps in the thyroid but it is advisable to combine it with asanas. The most effective pranayama for managing thyroid is Ujjayi. It works on the throat area and its relaxing and stimulating effects are most probably due to the stimulation of ancient reflex pathways within the throat.

The most effective mudra is Jalandhara Bandha as it applies pressure to the thyroid gland area. It is an advanced level pose and should be practiced with care. The other mudras to try are, the potent maha bandha, maha mudra, and maha bheda mudra.

Therapeutic yoga in which whole awareness is on the breath and alignment of the body is considered to be the best form in such a case.

Viparitakarani, the inverted posture is the best asana because it regularises the blood flow in the body and improves heart functioning.

Yes, with a regular practice of yoga and mindful eating, irregular blood pressure can be regularised over time.

Paschimottanasana is the best asana to control blood pressure as it soothes the nerves and improves the function of the sympathetic nervous system.

Definitely, high blood pressure is caused by low elasticity of the blood vessels which can be improved by practicing certain asanas.

Absolutely, yoga asanas are designed to rinse and dry every organ of the body. They help stretch every nerve, blood vessel, muscle, organ, so that blood supply increases. Practicing yoga at home under the guidance of a certified yoga instructor will ensure positive results.

Chakrasana should not be practised during the initial days of the practice as it tends to increase the heart rate.