Yoga And Ayurveda

Ayurvedagram Bangalore


Yoga and Ayurveda are known as sister sciences which work in tandem to heal the body, mind and spirit.

Yoga, which is derived from Sanskrit means to yoke or harness together. Yoga is much more than just Asanas. It is the complete understanding of your body and mind and that is what we at Ayurvedagram try to impart to our guests. You will get an insight into the Yogic Life as it should be during your stay with us.

Living a Yogic Life means first bringing the body to a state of fitness and flexibility where the mind and spirit are not dragged down by the ills of the body. As the body eases into health, the mind and spirit are freed to explore beyond to areas enabling you to focus, be calm and attain a sense of detachment.

Yoga at Ayurvedagram is an integral part of the healing we deliver. Through asanas, healing through breath: pranayama , and meditation, sometimes simple duties ( karma yoga) and Yoga philosophy our Yoga Acharyas complement the Ayurvedic interventions of the Vaids.

People can interact in 2 ways with the Yoga at the ‘Gram:

  • Here you will attend 3 group sessions a day of exercises, meditation and pranayama. You will also have individual consults with the Yoga Acharya which helps define the place of Yoga in your regime. You also have the choice to supplement the group sessions with individual sessions to help you with addressing specific complaints as well as get an enhanced understanding of Yoga.
  • We get some guests who come to us ONLY for Yoga - to learn and experience a new way of Living and Thinking. In this program you will travel along the Path of the Yogi while focusing on philosophy, asanas, techniques of pranayama , techniques of meditation and mantra chanting . The exposure is to hatha Yoga, Jnana Yoga, Bhakti Yoga and Karma Yoga and Raj Yoga. The style encourages stillness in action what is called Shanti Yoga. Here the pauses between actions are taught as a time of contemplation: to go within and understand the Self.