Life at Anahat Yoga

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We at Anahat Yoga bring you the Yoga which will not only keep your body at best health levels but also rejuvenate your thoughts towards life. Join us to take your life as an invincible soul with love and content for all across this planet.

Anahat – means “continuous from within..” will keep you joyful throughout your life and help you achieve your goals happily.

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Desktop Yoga / Corporate Yoga/ Yoga on Desk

In today’s working environment when there is no time limit for work, the working professionals are living a hectic life leading to several health problems. Most of the working professionals are victim of stress, pain, anxiety, obesity and other problems. They don’t have time to think about the health issues with goes on degrading day by day. Sitting for the whole day in front of computer, sitting in the chair in a similar posture for hours, taking too much stress of workload, working late night are the major reasons of health problems for a working professional.

Computers have become an epitome of modern life, being used in every aspect of life from calculating grocery bills, telecommunications, banking operations, name any sphere and one will find computer. With use of Internet technology distances carry little meaning and information anywhere in the world is accessible just with a click of mouse. India, and in particular the silicon valley of India, Bangalore, has been in the forefront in cyber world with IT industry developing into a major service provider. This has also ushered in a new genre of occupational health problem i.e. of computer related health problems. India being the forerunner in the cyber world has become a forerunner in IT related health problems. In this report we will be looking closely in to the lifestyle of IT professionals, the common health problems they have to fight and see how Yoga can be very beneficial for them.

Ailments and diseases faced by IT professional

1.       Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

2.       Deep-vein thrombosis

3.       Neck and eye Strain

4.       Low back pain

5.       Insomnia

6.       Anxiety, stress, and depression

7.       Heart Disease

8.       Vitamin D Deficiency


Yoga for all

Expert advice and in-depth yoga for a healthy life

Sūryanamaskāra सूर्यनमस्कार Salutations to the Sun

सूर्यनमस्कार मन्त्र Sūryanamaskāra Mantra हिरण्मयेन पात्रेण सत्यस्यापिहितं मुखम्।तत्त्वं पूषन्नपावृणु सत्यधर्माय दृष्टये॥ ईशावास्योपनिषत् - १५॥ Hiraṇmayena pātreṇa satyasyāpihitaṁ mukham | Tattvaṁ pūṣannapāvṛṇu satyadharmāya dṛṣṭaye || īśāvāsyopaniṣat - 15 ||

Trataka – Disease curing

Incurable diseases like eye disorders, less concentration, insomnia and epilepsy are successfully treated by this activity of Shat-karma. Gaze/concentration is advised on a diya of desi ghee or

Sixteen Cultural Ceremony

The Indian culture has defined rules and regulations in order to maintain human and social ethics .These regulation have proved to be fruitful and have enabled people to

Easy Solutions Through Yoga

With Asanas & Suryanamaskaras Spine Becomes Flexible and Appetite Improves. Different Types of Asanas Make Joints Free and Give Good Strength. With Meditation and Pranayama Stress Decreases &


The Seventh limb in the Patanjali’s Ashtanga Yoga Sutra (P.Y.S) has been defined as “A Continuous and unbroken flow of consciousness is verity the dhyana (meditation)” (P.Y.S.

Shankhaprakshalana or Master Cleansing

Shankhaprakshalana is one of the major hatha yoga practices, coming under the heading of dhauti kriya, it is also known as varisara dhauti. Dhauti refers to 'internal washing'

Desktop Yoga / Corporate Yoga/ Yoga on Desk

In today's working environment when there is no time limit for work, the working professionals are living a hectic life leading to several health problems. Most of the

Jala Neti

Jala Neti removes mucus and pollution from the nasal passage and sinuses, allowing air to flow without obstruction. It helps prevent and manage respiratory track diseases. It helps


Pranayama occupies the second place in “Hathayoga”, while it constitutes the fourth step of Patanjali’s ‘Ashtagayoga’. Start practising pranayama when you become well-versed with asanas that is when