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Online & Offline Yoga Classes

Online & Offline Yoga Classes & Meditation

The Ancient Yoga invites you to join Online & Offline Live Yoga Classes for Physical, Mental and Spiritual Health. We include in our online & Offline classes to boost the Immune System, General Fitness, Therapeutic yoga for all disease & illness, Mental Stress and Anxiety. Yoga benefits every body shape and stage of life – kids, teens, pregnancy, middle and advanced years with a broad range of online & Offline classes and the best Yoga Guru & Coach with the deep 28 years’ National and International experience. We offer everything for everyone. Become creative in your mind and body with a different form of movement. The objective of this class is to give you a holistic approach to yoga. Practice of the Asanas (Postures) and the alignment of the body together with Ancient yogic breathing techniques (Pranayama) and Meditation will help you to be cantered in the present with body and mind and therefore will have a regenerative effect on your life. The Ancient Yoga classes balance the depth of an authentic spiritual tradition with the breadth of complete yogic techniques. The approach of The Ancient Yoga draws upon the ancient wisdom and healing practices of yoga and offers an integrated and harmonious practice of Asana (postures), powerful Pranayama (conscious breathing), chanting, and meditation. The instruction style encourages correct postural alignment, synchronization of breath, and movement and creating awareness of the mind-body-breath complex. The coaches are also passionate about the therapeutic aspects of this ancient system and work with individuals with specific needs by using props and therapy principles. Yoga is about appreciating one’s uniqueness (physically, mentally, and emotionally). It is about acknowledging and adapting to change, continually redefining one’s practice, and thereby moving towards self-awareness and transformation. Peaceful Mind comes from a liberty of realization that Yoga is for everyone. The vision of the founders originates from the spirit of humility and love – the true spirit of yoga, which they want to share with as many people as possible. The ancient convention of Yoga is a beautiful and living tradition, which is much more than the physical practice of Asana (Postures). It is a comprehensive system integrating the body, breath, heart and mind leading to self-development, and to finding a deeper meaning in life.

About Yoga

Healthy and happy life is the most sought of goal of everyone. Whatever be one’s socio economic status and occupation, one always aspires to have healthy and joyful life. But one should also remember that vigour and happiness are interwoven with physical, mental and emotional well-being. Those who give importance only to physical fitness cannot sustain good health unless they are mentally and emotionally fine. This is fact emphasized in the ancient Indian texts and is reflected in the holistic way of life guided there. The modern science of medicine has also recognized the importance of mental and emotional fitness in healthy and hearty life and therefore the cause and remedies of many diseases and disorders are searched in the patient’s psychology these days. The Indian Sages of Vedic times – the Rishis, had discovered the super science of Yoga and thereby guided practice ways for accomplishing complete well-being. The Rishis had devised methods to awaken the unlimited powers (Potentials) of human life by means of Yoga. The experimental science of Yoga, as developed by the revered Rishis Patanjali ji is known as “ Ashtanga Yoga”. Though YOGA has become a familiar term across the globe and plethora of so called Yoga-Schools are flourishing these days, people at large are ignorant of the real meaning and purpose of Yoga. They regard it as a ‘package’ of physical exercises alone. No doubt, the physical exercises (Asana) derived from the Ashtanga Yoga are most natural and effective means of physical fitness but its domain it not confined to these. In fact, it encompasses all aspects of life. What makes the real difference and bestows great benefits is to practice the Asana along with understanding the basic philosophy of Yoga while also attempting to adopt it in action. The word meaning of Yoga is – union, addition. It has originated is spiritual context and implies – the union of individual self with the absolute, Eternal Self. In simple terms, the philosophy of Yoga teaches us that a life when lived as per the will and disciplines of the Supreme Creator becomes a life united with his supreme powers. The Ashtang Yoga has eight components (Ang) sincere adoption of which accomplishers health, vigour and joy in life and leads to its divine evolution. These components are termed – Yam, Niyam, Asana, Pranayama, Pratyahara, Dharana, Dhayan and Samadhi. The first four have direct bearing upon physical and mental health. The later successively pertain to emotional transmutation and spiritual upliftment. Yoga brings about inner and outer strength by uniting the body with the mind through the practice of physical postures, meditation, breath work and chanting. Practicing yoga can be a mystical as well as magical experience that is very different from traditional Western “workouts.” Yoga is an ancient practice — ascetics in Northern India used yogic techniques from 500 BCE (some argue earlier) to liberate themselves from what they feared was an endless cycle of rebirth. Yoga practices and aims have changed a lot since then and nowadays students come to class for a myriad of reasons — maybe you want to improve your flexibility and cardiovascular health. Or perhaps your goals are different and you would like to achieve a heightened state of mental awareness or a sense of peace. All of these are possible.

  • Maximum 30 students in a batch
  • Question & Answer or doubts Session will be conducted in a week
  • Yoga Guru & International Coach will teach you during the complete course
  • We includes Mantra Chanting, Sukshma exercise, Warm-up, Asanas, Surya Namaskar, Pragya Yoga, Pranayama, Meditation
  • We will provide you a Yoga Certificate if you continue at least three months
  • We additionally provide the Yogic diet chart and other home remedies for Holistic Health
  • Live class on zoom
  • Classes will run on monthly basis from Monday to Friday only

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Yoga Styles
  • Hatha
  • Vinyasa
  • Ashtanga
Yogi Satendra
Yoga Coach
Yoga Instructor
Online & Offline Yoga Classes Details

  • Each yoga class starts with the Vedic Mantra, body warm – up, a short relaxation, bringing an awareness of the body and breath. This is followed by a range of postures in alternate days according to the level, moving each part of the muscular and skeletal system
  • Often the postures (Asanas) also influence the organs and glands, and so improve your overall health, wellbeing and state of mind. A short relaxation completes the physical element of the class.
  • We finish the class with meditation and Pranayama (breath techniques) and complete the practice by chanting OM.
  • Yoga develops the power to discriminate between good and bad choices and develops our viveka, the part of the intellect which guides us to correct understanding and making the right decisions in life. Yoga ignites in us the light of wisdom so that we gain clarity and are able to become aware of true reality.
  • Peaceful Mind – The Ancient Yoga has a unique yoga system designed for all ages and suitable for any level of fitness.
  • In this class we will be focusing on gentle stretches, simple yoga postures to strengthen muscles and breathing exercises to help you relax and regenerate.
  • Regular practice of yoga keeps the human body vital and healthy into old age. Yoga exercises have a medically demonstrable, stimulating and regulating impact upon all systems of the human body, including the glands, organs and nervous system. They have a purifying and regenerative effect on the entire body.
  • We focus on a simple, non-competitive practice of yoga which makes it accessible to all.
  • Asanas

    The word “ Yogasana” or “Asana” refers to a posture in which one feels relaxed while keeping the body active internally. The Rishis (Vedic Sages) had keenly observed the sitting and standing postures of different animals, which, in spite of limited faculties, have wonderful physical capabilities that man is deprived of. They had studied the effects of different postures in the laboratory of their own body and developed specific Asanas which had rejuvenating effects on the entire body-mind-soul system.

    Physical exercises which are popular in gyms and exercise –centers increasing muscles only, while the practice if Asanas increasing joint and muscle strength, energy and flexibility. If these Asana are performed with prescribed breathing patter, then the body’s immune power increases. It also promotes proper blood circulation.

    Person with weak body handicapped and with chronic diseases can also practice these Asanas under expert’s guidance. We cover, Recitation of Sacred Sound ( Mantra Chanting), Asanas (Postures), Pranayama ( Devine Breathing Practice), Mudra ( Yoga Gestures), Bandhas ( Energy Lock), Dhyana( Meditation), Yoga Nidra (Psychic Sleep) and ending with Chanting.

    Recitation of Sacred Sound (Mantra Chanting)

          Gayatri Mantra

          Mahamritunjay Mantra

    Standing Postures ( Asanas)

          Tadasana ( Mountain Pose)

          Vrikshasan ( Tree Pose)

          Natrajasana ( Dancer Pose)

          Trikonasana ( Triangle Pose)

          Parivrtta Trikonasana ( Revolved Triangle Pose)

          Utkatasana ( Chair Pose)

          Garudasana ( Eagle Pose)

          Ardha Chandrasana ( Half Moon Pose)

          Katichakrasana (Spinal Twist Pose)

          Virabhadrasana � I ( Warrior - I Pose )

          Virabhadrasana � II ( Warrior - II Pose )

          Virabhadrasana � III ( Warrior - III Pose )

          Ardha Uttanasana (Standing Half Forward Bend)

    Sitting Postures ( Asanas)

          Dandasana (Staff Pose)

          Paschimottanasana ( Stretch or sitting forward bend)

          Ardha banddha Padma paschimottanasana (Half bound lotus forward bend)

          Manddukasana ( Frog Pose � I)

          Manddukasana ( Frog Pose � II)

          Sasakasana ( Rabbit Pose)

          Vakrasana ( Sitting Lateral Twisting Pose)

          Gomukhasana ( Cow Face Pose)

          Vajrasana ( Vajra Pose)

          Singhasana ( Lion Pose)

    Lying Postures ( Asanas)

          Makarasana ( Crocodile Pose)

          Bhujangasana ( Cobra Pose � I)

          Bhujangasana ( Cobra Pose � II)

          Bhujangasana ( Cobra Pose � III)

          Salabhasana (Locust Pose � I)

          Salabhasana (Locust Pose � II)

          Salabhasana (Locust Pose � III)

          Markatasana ( Monkey Pose � I)

          Markatasana ( Monkey Pose � II)

          Markatasana ( Monkey Pose � III)

          Pawan Muktasana ( Wind Releasing Pose � I)

          Pawan Muktasana ( Wind Releasing Pose � II)

          Ardha � Halasana ( Half Plough Pose)

          Padavrttasana ( Rotating Leg Pose � I)

          Padavrttasana ( Rotating Leg Pose � II)

          Dvicakrikasana ( Leg Circling Pose � I)

          Dvicakrikasana ( Leg Circling Pose � II)

    Surya-Namaskar (Sun-Salutation)

    Pragya-Yog Vyayam Series

    Pranayama (Devine Breathing Practice)

          Yogic Breathing

          Kapalbhati Pranayama

          Anulom Vilom Pranayama - I

          Anulom Vilom Pranayama -II

          Nadisodhan Pranayama

          Sheetali Pranayama

          Sheetkari Pranayama

          Bhramari Pranayama

          Nadyog Pranayama

    Mudra (Yoga Gestures)

    The practice of Mudra hand gestures is an ancient facet of yoga. Performing gestures effects the energy flow of the body and can change a person's spiritual and mental characteristics.

          Jnana & Chin mudra

          Yoni mudra

          Bhairava mudra

          Hridaya mudra

          Khechari Mudra

          Nasikagra mudra

          Shambhavi mudra


    Bandhas ( Energy Lock)

    The practice of Bandhas expands the lung capacity and breathing capabilities during yoga. It also strengthens the entire body from the inside out.

          Jalandhara Bandha

          Moola Bandha

          Uddiyana Bandha

          Maha Bandha

    Meditation (Pranava Dhyana Yoga)

    Meditation is a systematic practice that promotes physical, mental and emotional tranquility with the purpose of reaching Samadhi (self-realization). Meditation involves sitting in a relaxed position and clearing your mind, or focusing your mind on one thought and clearing it of all others. You may focus on a sound, like "ooommm," or on your own breathing, counting, a mantra, or nothing at all. A common thread among the many meditation techniques is that the mind stops following every new thought that comes to the surface.


    Yoga Nidra (Psychic Sleep)

    When a yoga practitioner moves through the various internal states of Yoga Nidra, a profound experience of relaxation occurs. This is called "Turiya," a sensation of pure bliss.

          Basic Relaxation

          Tension Relaxation

          Full Body and mental relaxation

    Recite Shanti Path

    If you attend any Hindu religious ritual, a Vedic prayer or a traditional Yoga class, you will find that the Shanti mantra ( the peace chant) is usually chanted at the end of the ceremony or the class. Following the tradition of Integral Yoga, the style of yoga that we practice and teach, we conclude each yoga class with this peace chant (Shanti Mantra):

    असतो मा सद्गमय तमसो मा ज्योतिर्गमय मृत्योर्मा अमृतं गमय शान्तिः शान्तिः शान्तिः Om asato mA sadgamaya, Tamaso mA jyotirgamaya, Mrityorma amritam gamaya, Om shanti, shanti, shanti.

    Meaning: Om, lead me from unreal (transitory material existence) to the real (Eternal Self), From darkness (of ignorance) to light (of wisdom, truth, spiritual knowledge), From the fear of death to the knowledge of immortality. Om Peace, peace, peace! (from Brihadaranyaka Upanishad 1.3.28)

    As you will notice, the concluding line is the chanting of the word Shanti (peace) three times. The question that sometimes gets asked is � why is shanti chanted three times? Is there a significance to it?

    Here is a brief explanation as to why we chant shanti three times.

    Our ancient scriptures tell us that one of the main objectives of life is to remove three kinds of obstacles or to eliminate three kinds of suffering.

    In the Samkhya system of philosophy (Samkhya Pravachana Sutram), the very first sutra states:

    "Permanent and complete elimination of the three-fold suffering is the supreme purpose of life".

    अथ त्रिविधद唨/-;ःखात्यन्त निवृत्तिः अत्यन्त प唨/-;र唨/-;षार्थः" (1.1)

    Atha trividhadukhantyanta nivrittiH atyanta purusharthaH Even though the three-fold suffering is not explicitly defined in the sutra, every commentator takes it to mean the following three forms of suffering:

    1. Adhidaivika (of divine origin)
    2. Adhibhautika (originated in the physical, material beings)
    3. Adhyatmika (created by ourselves)

    Teaching Language

    Hindi and English Mix

    Location of Yoga Classes

    Classes will be held online & Offline. Peaceful Mind -The Ancient Yoga is located in Raipur, Chhattisgarh, India and we will live-stream online yoga classes via Zoom which you can participate from the comfort of your home. Make sure you have a stable internet connection and your favorite yoga mats and props.

    Monthly Online & Offline Yoga Classes

    Yoga Dates 2022:2023

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    Whats Included
    • Sukshma Exercise
    • Warm-up
    • Yoga classes
    • Pranayama sessions
    • Mantra Chanting
    • Meditation sessions
    • Sava-Asana and chanting sessions
    • Yoga Certificates who deposit 3 month Fee
    • Classes from Monday to Friday
    Whats Not Included
    • Yoga Certificate who deposit one month fee
    • Saturday – Sunday Classes
    • Yoga Mat
    • Any other expenses
    Cancellation Policy
    • A reservation requires a deposit of 100% before joining.
    • The deposit is non-refundable, if the booking is cancelled.
    Package Fee

  • Starts from INR 1600/- for India and 3200/- for out of India per Students / month.
  • You have to deposit one month’s fee in advance
  • The deposit is non-refundable, if the booking is cancelled or discontinue the class
  • Early Bird Discount : Nil
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    Booking Terms

    Deposit Policy: 100% Advance amount is required for Online & Offline Yoga classes
    Cancellation Policy: Non-refundable (Credit Can be transferred to next Training Sessions)
    In case the deposit is not the full amount, the rest should be paid: On Arrival

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