Namaste, and Swagatam.
Sivananda Yoga Centre, Gurgaon was set up on 1 April 2004 by Yogacharyas Arun Pandala and Deeksha Jain Prasad. The Centre's main purpose is to spread the teaching and practice of an authentic and ancient system of yoga, thereby promoting health, well being, a stress-free lifestyle and a more balanced and visionary individual.
We have a regular programme of daily yoga classes, special classes, courses and workshops, corporate and group classes, private classes at home, yoga retreats and teachers’ training courses, meditation sessions, advanced classes, workshops and seminars, and yoga classes for children and teenagers.
All the teachers at the Centre have taken an international residential teachers’ training course originally started over 50 years ago and conducted in the United States, Canada, Europe many parts of South East Asia and India. Each teacher goes through the same rigorous gurukula system of training – learning by repetitive practice under the supervision of senior, more experienced teachers. They learn to have sensitivity, respect and a deep understanding of the human condition.
The Sivananda system is one of the most popular forms of yoga in the world today, easy to begin and to understand and to practice.
The Centre is registered with Yoga Alliance. It holds a RYS 200 and a RYS 300 accreditation, and Arun and Deeksha, the founder directors, an ERYT 500.
Our 7 Centres in Gurgaon
We have seven Sivananda Yoga Centres in Gurgaon.
It is one of the rarest cities in the world, which has more than one Sivananda Centre.
One or a few of them will be close to where you live.
You can visit any Centre on a given day and do a class with us, either morning, late morning or evening and weekends.
Click on any one location which you wish to check out, and see the class timings, and distance from your place of work, or home.
Drop in and try out a class.
Call the numbers below for more details and fees.
We have many regular yoga classes during the week. You can come to any of them. Whether you are a beginner or an advanced practitioner, we will take care of you, and help you enjoy the maximum benefits from your practice. Please call or email us for details.
We have a monthly, quarterly, half yearly and annual membership for individuals and for families, for each of our seven centres in Gurgaon. You can also pay per class, should you want to drop in and do a class whenever it is convenient. Please call us for the details.
If you are a beginner, it will take approximately 12 classes to understand the system and method of the yoga class. If you have done different types of yoga before, it will take you approximately the same time to adjust our system.
Usually, the daytime, 10.00 am regular open classes and the weekend classes are of 90 minutes duration. The early morning, evening and late evening classes are of 60 minutes.
The regular open classes are of an intermediate level. We do offer beginners’ classes in Gurgaon as well. Kindly click the link for checking the dates for the next available Beginners' course . In the meanwhile, you are welcome to drop in on any day and start along with the existing group.
The advanced classes are meant to improve your daily practice of yoga. They increase your strength, stamina, flexibility and concentration, and challenge you at the physical, mental and emotional level. You can attempt an advanced class, and participate often thereafter, only if you have been practising at the Centre for three to six months regularly.
As part of a regular programme, we also conduct courses on pranayama, weight-loss through yoga, therapy for back pain, introduction to meditation, beginners’ yoga workshops, and advanced yoga classes.
In addition to the regular open classes at the Centre, we also teach yoga during pregnancy, we have yoga retreats & holidays, yoga teacher training and advanced teacher training courses, teach people at home & conduct many corporate yoga classes.
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