Ajna Lavitra,
Your Path to Wellness and Wholeness!

Ajna Lavitra is a Yoga, alternative therapies & a sound healing learning community in India with the aim of empowering individuals to re-discover and re-establish harmony within one’s own self and with the natural world.

Introduction to Yoga

Benefits of Yoga

Yoga Techniques 

About Pranayama

Benefits of Pranayama

About Meditation

About Mindfulness

About Om

Purpose of Om

About Mental Health

About Suryanamaskara

Important Things You Should Know

Yoga has ancient origins in India, with its roots dating back thousands of years. It has evolved into various styles and forms over time.

Yoga enhances mental clarity, concentration, and reduces stress and anxiety. It promotes relaxation and emotional well-being.

Yoga provides a pathway to connect with one’s inner self and the greater universe. It often includes a spiritual or philosophical component.

There are various styles of yoga, including Hatha, Vinyasa, Ashtanga, Bikram, Iyengar, Kundalini, and many more. Each style emphasizes different aspects of the practice.

Yoga often includes meditation to cultivate mindfulness, awareness, and a sense of inner peace.

Yoga postures are designed to promote physical health, flexibility, and strength. They range from simple stretches to complex inversions and balances.

In some yoga traditions, it is believed that there are energy centers in the body called chakras, each associated with specific physical and emotional qualities.

Mantras are sacred sounds, words, or phrases often chanted or repeated in meditation to invoke a specific energy or intention.

Yoga philosophy includes texts like the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali, Bhagavad Gita, and Upanishads. These texts explore the principles and goals of yoga.
Yoga Lifestyle: Yoga is not just a physical practice; it is a way of life that encompasses diet, daily routines, and mindfulness.

In the modern world, yoga has evolved to include various hybrid and contemporary styles, such as power yoga, hot yoga, and yoga for specific populations like children and seniors.

Research suggests that yoga can help manage chronic conditions like high blood pressure, chronic pain, and depression. It is often used as a complementary therapy in healthcare.