"Yoga is the journey
of the self,
through the self,
to the self."

The Bhagavad Gita
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What can be better than making yoga your way of life. Our regular classes do that perfectly. Conducted 6 days a week, each class is of 60-90 minutes duration where you will get to learn various forms of Yoga.

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Forms Of Yoga

From your physical body to your emotional state, prenatal yoga is a key ingredient to a healthy, happy pregnancy. These nine months are the most crucial months

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Therapies

The Psychological problems in this fast-moving world have become so prominent that you need not just medicines but something that can help you experience the feeling of being whole again.

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About Divine Yogarpana

Divine Yogarpana, a unique yoga studio and a well-being community for inner peace and growth. Established in 2014 with the motto of re-energizing your soul through the eternal laws of yoga, we at divine Yogarpana indulge you in a physical and spiritual discipline that helps you lead a healthy lifestyle. Different and unique ways of practice, interactive classes, the dedication and knowledge of our instructors and the undisturbed calmness of our studios is what has helped us make a name in the field of yoga practice and self-exploration..

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School

Get trained to be a trainer,where not only yoga but a varitey of student handling situations are also taught.Learn to identify the best in every student,analyze their strengths and weaknesses,understand and motivate and guide them towards their goal

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Eight limbs of yoga

1. Yama:

Five ethical guidelines (Ahimsa, Satya, Asetya, Brahmacharya and Aparigraha) regarding moral behavior towards others.

2. Niyama:

Five ethical guidelines (Saucha, Santosha, Tapasya, Svadhyaya, Ishvara Pranidhana) regarding moral behavior towards oneself.

3. Asana:

Practice of yoga postures, although it should be noted that in the time of Patanjali the word asana meant seat.

4. Pranayama:

Practice to rejuvenate our inner ----- with the help of Breath

5. Pratyahara:

Withdrawal of the senses, meaning that the exterior world is not a distraction from the interior world within oneself.

6. Dharana:

Concentration, meaning the ability to focus on something uninterrupted by external or internal distractions.

7. Dhyana:

Meditation. Building upon Dharana, the concentration is no longer focused on a single thing but is all encompassing.

8. Samadhi:

Bliss. Building upon Dhyana, the transcendence of the self through meditation. The merging of the self with the universe. Sometimes translated as enlightenment.

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Address
204, Sanghi Manor,
Y.N. Road, Indore,
India, 452001
Phone
0731 400 4217 / 096 442 57777
Email
divineyogarpana@gmail.com