About Ananda Yoga

Health, Happiness & Love

At Ananda Yoga, we firmly believe that yoga is a transformative journey that encompasses far more than mere physical exercise. It is a holistic practice that nurtures and harmonizes the mind, body, and spirit, guiding individuals towards inner peace, well-being, and self-discovery. Our carefully crafted yoga sessions are designed to facilitate this profound connection, allowing participants to tap into their inherent potential and embrace a life filled with joy, fulfillment, and contentment.

Beyond the physical benefits of increased strength, flexibility, and balance, our sessions focus on cultivating a deep sense of self-awareness and self-acceptance. We encourage individuals to embrace their unique journey, honoring their bodies and abilities without judgment or comparison. Through this process, students learn to listen to their inner wisdom and cultivate a compassionate and nurturing relationship with themselves.

Empowerment Through Breathing,
Meditation & Yoga

To help bloster your self-esteem & self-confidence, There are many techniques available through Ananda yoga courses on breathing exercises yoga & meditation, that can help your emotions by giving you a break in your day to pay attention to both body & mind. We also provide positive self-images to visualize & easily manifest.


Yoga Is a
Science of Life –
It is a Lifestyle

Yoga is a science, asana is a component of that subject. First is the promotive aspect which enhances health. The second is preventive, which prevents imbalances from occurring in the body and illnesses from debilitating the body. The third aspect is curative. Yoga practices of asanas, pranayamas, mudras, bandhas, relaxation, and concentration techniques give us the ability to strengthen and rejuvenate our bodies. We can harmonize and regulate our systems and attain optimum health.


Whole Society Is Searching
For Happiness, But How To Find It?

“What we live in our life is nothing but our own mind.” Our thoughts, our desires, and everything that comes from the mind, is what we live in our daily life. There are very few short moments when we can separate ourselves from the mind, even at night in sleep separation becomes difficult. However with practice it becomes possible to consciously separate the mind from the desire of pleasure and connect it with the experience of happiness.


Self-Love –
The Complete Guide To Loving Yourself

Seven Elements of Self-Love:

  • Physical
  • Emotional
  • Intellectual
  • Spiritual
  • Environmental
  • Social
  • Occupational

Explore Ananda

A Variety Of Yoga Session Is Offered By Ananda Yoga In Accordance With The Above Guideline To Different Age Groups And The Type Of Requirements Too.