Kerala Auyrveda


The word yoga means unity or oneness. Yoga aims at bringing the different bodily function into perfect co-ordination. It's a systematic process for the all round personality development at the physical, mental, intellectual, emotional and spiritual level. Control of mind is Yoga . By constant practice of yoga one can control mind to the maximum extent.
Yoga is neither an exercise nor a therapeutic science. It is a way of life through which body mind and spirit can be purified and strengthened.
When we go back to the cradle of civilization we come across a truth that man was always seeking for health and happiness. Without Health there is no meaning in life.
 Easterners as well as Westerners from the time immemorial began to think many ways to get eternal happiness and yoga is the means to that end. The Modern World is full of chaos and confusion. Yoga is the only panacea for the stress, strain and frustration of human society.
 One may think that yoga denies a reality of material existence. But it never leads us away from worldly life. It does not ignore the very great effect that the physical world has upon it.
 Make life success total health is most important. Yoga providing tools to attain this total health through Asanas, Pranayama and Meditation.
 Yoga is a complete lifestyle, which discusses diet, exercise for body, mind control and guidelines for integrating spiritual life in to our life. Ayurveda, the science of traditional medicines talks about healthy life style increasing the quality of life and longevity.
 Yoga is a complete lifestyle, which discusses diet, exercise for body, mind control and guidelines for integrating spiritual life in to our life. Ayurveda, the science of traditional medicines talks about healthy life style increasing the quality of life and longevity.
  Yoga is not about obsession of doing a particular pose or asana but it is a harmony between body and mind. According to yoga philosophy the purpose of life is self-realisation and to achieve unity. But most people find this a little too out of their reach and not a concept that is easy to grab onto. Whatever work we do, we should do it 100%, if we are a husband, wife, mother, son, chef, banker, cleaner, whatever roles we have in life we should try to fulfil them to the best of our abilities. Discovering what is suitable and right for us is another matter and where yoga can help.Yoga is all about looking inside and understanding the mind.


Yoga's stretching and breathing exercises improve your flexibility, helping joints, tendons, and muscles stay limber. Yoga can Improves the function of Nervous System and  Massaging of the Endocrine glands.
People suffering from osteoarthritis or rheumatoid arthritis will see a noticeable improvement in their stiffness, pain, and other arthritic symptoms by practicing yoga poses and postures.
 People suffering from hypertension can benefit from yoga tremendously, as hatha yoga can lower your heart rate and blood pressure. Many practitioners claim that yoga has also lowered their cholesterol.
  Yoga is an excellent weight-bearing exercise that can improve your bone density. This is particularly beneficial for women approaching menopause, since yoga can help ward off osteoporosis, or thinning of the bone.

Yoga can rid you of tension headaches and migraines because yoga circulates blood and oxygen to your head, which can often prevent headaches from starting.Yoga can help cure insomnia, as regular yoga practice leads to better and deeper sleep.

Yoga can help fight fatigue and maintain your energy throughout the day.
  Yoga has been used to help heal victims of torture or other trauma.Even children can benefit from yoga. Those with attention deficit disorder and hyperactivity can learn to relax and get control by using yoga breathing and yoga asanas. Because yoga is a form of meditation, it results in a sense of inner peace and purpose, which has far reaching health benefits.

Asanas are specific body postures or position, which open the energy channel and psychic centers. By constant practice in Asanas our body temperature can be equalised.

It's the yogic controlling of breathing. It does not consider as mere breathing exercise but aimed at introducing extra oxygen into the lungs. Pranayama is stopping of inhalation and exhalation.

Keeping the mind aloof from all activities is meditation .In other way, it's a mild flow of mind without carrying anything in it. It's best for increasing power of concentration. Through meditation one can attain internal tranquility and enlightment.

Two weeks subtle exercise, breathing method, Meditation, 16 asanas.
1 Month subtle exercise, breathing method, meditation, 27 asanas
A. Introduction of yoga
B. History of yoga
C. Different types of yoga
D. Subtle exercise
E. Asanas
1. Savasana 22. Paschimathasana
2. Uttita Ekaika Padasana 450 23. Vajrasana-1
  3. Uttita Ekaika Padasana-200-450 24. Vajrasana-2
  4. Uttita Ekaika Padasana-200-900 25. Sputa Vajrasana-1
  5. Dwipadasana-450 26. Sputa Vajrasana-2
  6. Dwipadasana-900 27. Bhadrasana
  7. Merudandasana 28. Koormasana
  8. Pavana Mukthasana 29. Simhasana
  9. Vipareetha Noukasana 30. Mayoorasana
  10. Tholangulasana 31. Kakasana
  11. Sashtanga Pranamasana 32. Ghomukasana
  12. Salabhasana 33. Malsyendrasana
  13. Bhujangasana 34. Padmasana
  14. Ushtrasana 35. Poorna Malsyasana
  15. Dhanurasana 36. Sidhasana
  16. Noukasana 37. Ardha Chandrasana
  17. Sarvangasana 38. Padha Hasthasana
  18. Halasana 39. Thirikonasana (4 Stages)
  19. Ardha Malsyasana 40. Vrikshasana
  20. Chakrasana 41. Garudasana
  21. Paschimothasana 42. Soorya Namaskar
F. Pranayama
G. Meditation

Class Timings : All the courses in between 6 AM and 9 AM or 5.30 PM and 7.30 PM
Total Seats :12 Nos.

SCHEDULE FOR 2017-2018:    Date of commencement of classes:-

  JUNE 1ST JUNE 2017
  JULY 3RD JULY 2017


  MARCH 2ND MAR 2018
  MAY 1ST MAY 2018
 In our hectic schedule we find no time to care for our health.This makes us restless & later affects the proper body functioning.We are under great pressure of work & other day-to-day activities which leave us with much little time to relax & relish.Also we donít think of spending time to build our body rather fill in the tummy full with non-nutritious food just to get relief out of hunger, disregarding its consequences.This includes fast food(hot, spicy, oily etc.) & soft drinks.
Itís so pity that we find time to fill our gut but not even a single second to build our body! Here arises the actual problem of not maintaining our body fitness.This can ultimately lead to various physical, mental, physiological, behavioural &even psychological disorders.
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Insomnia
  • Asthma
  • Digestive problems
  • Obesity
  • Overweight
  • Thyroid problems
  • High Blood Pressure
  • Back pain
  • Arthritis
  • Diabetes
  • Menstrual problems
Dieting and practising specific yoga asana are the mainstays of treatment for health problems.

Diet quality can be improved by reducing the consumption of energy-dense foods such as those high in fat and sugarsand by increasing the intake of Dietary Fibre.

Best Food
Normal food with less fats & carbohydrates but with high fibres.fruits & vegetables. But Diabetic patients should avoid banana, mango &grapes , Sugar and sugarcane
Non-veg food, Oily & Spicy food, refined foods, Fast Food, Preserved Food, Salts.
Many times, students find themselves in trouble in the yoga class because of pain and injury which is the result of yoga practice. Yoga practice should not result in such conditions as yoga means more gentle, kind and considerate approach to yourself and others. But then we are doing something wrong which is causing this undesirable physical problem.
"Asanas are to be practiced only under the guidance of Yoga Expert."
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