Yoga Therapy

By Jagati Nature Care

Yoga Therapy

60 Min 300/- Book Slot

General Yoga Session

Recharge and restore with a steady, fully accessible, breath-centred practice.This open and inclusive class encourages exploration of movement and connection with the body and mind.

30 Min 1000/- Book Slot

Special Yoga Session

Hatha yoga classes for individual. You will find your inner balance and peace of mind, leaving the class feeling relaxed and rejuvenated.

60 Min 1700/- Book Slot

Special Yoga Session

Hatha yoga classes for individual. Each 60 min long class includes asanas, yoga nidra or deep relaxation and pranayama – breathing exercises. You will find your inner balance and peace of mind, leaving the class feeling relaxed and rejuvenated.

30 Min 1200/- Book Slot

Special Pranayama Session

All the benefits of gentle movement married with your breath. Benefit from a sense of deep relaxation and enhanced mind-body connection whilst improving strength, flexibility, proprioception, mental clarity and stress management. This class is ideal for any one with reduce mobility.

30 Min 1200/- Book Slot

Eye exercise

Many of the yogic exercises are aimed at improving the functioning of specific organs of the body. Yoga provides a series of eye exercises that improves the functioning of the eyes and helps to overcome various eye-related problems such as short sightedness and long sightedness.

Kriya (Cleansing Rituals)

15 Min 820/- Book Slot

Jala Neti

JalaNeti is a yogic technique to clean your sinuses. Neti is one of the six purification methods in Hatha Yoga. The sinus cavities can get clogged with impurities which may cause infections, inflammations and headaches.jalaneti helps to relieve from this conditions.

15 Min 820/- Book Slot

Sutra Neti

SutraNeti, a waxed cotton string is inserted into the nose and pulled out from the mouth. Cleaning is done by to and fro motion of the string. Instead of using cotton thread, a rubber catheter may also be used, as it is convenient and easily available. Benefits of SutraNeti are similar to that of JalaNeti.

120 Min 3200/- Book Slot


The word Shankhaprakshalana comes from two words. Shankha meaning “conch” and prakshalana meaning to wash completely. The word shankha is used to represent the entire alimentary canal from mouth to anus. Shankhaprakshalana is the process to clean the intestinal tract by removing the impurities with salty water.

15 Min 820/- Book Slot


In the science of Ayurveda, it is said that the undigested particles of food get stuck to the stomach lining as a sticky yellowish-white substance called ‘Aama’. It further moves down to the small intestine and can get absorbed into the body, creating toxins and causing diseases.
The yogic practice of VamanDhauti helps to clean the stomach of the unwanted food particles left over after digestion. It is practiced on an empty stomach in the early morning. It is process where the practitioner drinks large amount of saline water and vomits out the entire water, thus flushing the stomach clean.

15 Min 1320/- Book Slot

Eye Wash

An ancient Yogic cleansing practice where we uses eye cups to bathe the eyes using a well-researched, time-tested eye tonic formulated with the herbal panacea – Triphala as a base.

The amazing yoga cleansing technique of “NetraShuddhi” is a 100% natural, chemical-free method that removes burning and tiredness of eyes and gives a fresh feeling to eyes. It rinses out dirt, irritants and other foreign pollutants from the eyes, leaving the eyes clean and eyesight sharp.


45 Min 2800/- Book Slot

Zen Meditation

Zazen (坐禅) means “seated Zen”, or “seated meditation”, in Japanese. It has its roots in the Chinese Zen Buddhism (Ch’an) tradition, tracing back to Indian monk Bodhidharma (6th century CE). In the West, its most popular forms comes from DogenZenji (1200~1253), the founder of Soto Zen movement in Japan. Similar modalities are practiced in the Rinzai school of Zen, in Japan and Korea.

45 Min 2600/- Book Slot

Vipassana Meditation

“Vipassana” is a Pali word that means “insight” or “clear seeing”. It is a traditional Buddhist practice, dating back to 6th century BC. Due to the popularity of Vipassanā-meditation, the “mindfulness of breathing” has gained further popularity in the West as “mindfulness”.

45 Min 2900/- Book Slot

Anapanasati Meditation

Mindfulness Meditation is an adaptation from traditional Buddhist meditation practices, especially Vipassana, but also having strong influence from other lineages (such as the Vietnamese Zen Buddhism from ThichNhatHanh). “Mindfulness” is the common western translation for the Buddhist term sati. Anapanasati, “mindfulness of breathing”, is part of the Buddhist practice of Vipassana or insight meditation, and other Buddhist meditational practices, such as zazen.

45 Min 2500/- Book Slot

Metta Meditation

Metta is a Pali word that means kindness, benevolence, and good will. This practice comes from the Buddhist traditions, especially the Theravada and Tibetan lineages. “Compassion meditation” is a contemporary scientific field that demonstrates the efficacy of metta and related meditative practices. Demonstrated benefits include: boosting one’s ability to empathize with others; development of positive emotions through compassion, including a more loving attitude towards oneself; increased self-acceptance; greater feeling of competence about one’s life; and increased feeling of purpose in life

45 Min 2200/- Book Slot

Vedic Meditation

A mantra is a syllable or word, usually without any particular meaning, that is repeated for the purpose of focusing your mind. It is not an affirmation used to convince you of something.

Some meditation teachers insist that both the choice of word, and its correct pronunciation, is very important, due to the “vibration” associated to the sound and meaning, and that for this reason an initiation into it is essential. Others say that the mantra itself is only a tool to focus the mind, and the chosen word is completely irrelevant.

45 Min 1400/- Book Slot

Sound Meditation

Focusing on sound.Starts with meditation on “external sounds”, such as calming ambient music (like Native American flute music), whereby the student focuses all his attention on just hearing, as a help to quieten and collect the mind. By time the practice evolves to hearing the “internal sounds” of the body and mind. The ultimate goal is to hear the “Ultimate Sound” (para nada), which is a sound without vibration, and that manifests as “OM”.

45 Min 2900/- Book Slot

Taoist Meditation

Taoism were also influenced by Buddhist meditation practices brought from India, especially on the 8th century C.E.

The chief characteristic of this type of meditation is the generation, transformation, and circulation of inner energy. The purpose is to quieten the body and mind, unify body and spirit, find inner peace, and harmonize with the Tao. Some styles of Taoist Meditation are specifically focused on improving health and giving longevity.

45 Min 3200/- Book Slot

Qigong Meditation

Qigong (also spelled chi kung, or chigung) is a Chinese word that means “life energy cultivation”, and is a body-mind exercise for health, meditation, and martial arts training. It typically involves slow body movement, inner focus, and regulated breathing.