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The Yoga Studio is an ambient space that was created by Seema Sondhi in 2001, where she could spread the light of yoga. The thought is to help individuals on a healthier and more peaceful path by teaching them a system of exercise that fully integrates the body, mind and soul.
At the Yoga Studio they practise the Ashtanga Vinyasa form of yoga which is very dynamic in nature. This form of a yoga is perfect for individuals looking to develop strength, weight loss overall toning up by working the deeper muscles of the body.
The Yoga Studio is a haven where one can unwind and relax. The quiet ambience helps in escaping stress and feel uplifted and energized.
The classes are revitalizing and rejuvenating and incorporate the traditional form of Pranayama, Savasan, Dhyana and Chanting. The classes are specifically designed to build a healthy balance of flexibility, strength, agility, and poise.
Seema’s foray into the world of yoga came at a time when her body suffered three lumbar slip discs and she was advised complete bed rest. The physical pain coupled with the agonizing mental battle lead her towards restorative yoga classes. The practise of pranayama, chanting and mediation lead to her body building strength and stamina and her mind gaining clarity.
Within a year she managed to discontinue the use of the belt that supported her spine, her body was supple and she started to live with awareness and consciousness. After this experience Seema began her learning process as the inner realization of the therapeutic and healing benefits of yoga began to dawn upon her. She is now a reputed wellness expert and lifestyle guru who has been involved with the fitness world for 15 years and has gained in-depth knowledge in the field. She has been certified from the “International Sivananda Vedanta and Yoga Center” and studied under the tutelage of famous yoga gurus such as Sri. Pattabhi Jois in her quest for yogic knowledge. She has been featured in various TV shows, magazines, newspapers and has also authored 6 books on yoga.