Our Yoga sessions are designed to cater to all categories of Yoga, you may join the session and take action towards self-care and seek support from licensed yoga experts.Yoga, an ancient practice, originated in India thousands of years ago. It is a vital element to achieve health and wellness. Global Soul Healing has experts with vast knowledge of this ancient science of yogic therapies.  

This therapy was used by our sage to treat various ailments.  Yoga has many powerful benefits that focus on physical, mental, and spiritual well-being. Yoga has gained popularity all over the world, and for good reason: we offer numerous types of Yoga with benefits that can help you lead happier, healthier lives.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is yoga?

Yoga is a mind-body practice that originated in ancient India and combines physical postures, breathing techniques, meditation, and relaxation.

What are the benefits of yoga?

The benefits of yoga include increased flexibility, improved strength and balance, reduced stress and anxiety, improved breathing and circulation, and enhanced overall well-being.

Who can do yoga?

many different styles and variations of yoga, so it is important to find a practice that suits your individual needs and abilities. Any age group can practise the yoga.

How often should I practise yoga?

Some people practise yoga daily, while others may practise once or twice a week. It is important to listen to your body and give yourself time to rest and recover between sessions.

What do I need to get started with yoga?

To get started with yoga, you will need comfortable clothing that allows for a full range of motion, a yoga mat, and possibly props such as blocks, straps, and blankets. You may also want to invest in a good yoga book or attend a class with a qualified instructor.

Can yoga help with weight loss?

Yoga can be a helpful tool for weight loss, as it can help to increase physical activity, improve metabolism, and reduce stress and emotional eating. However, it is important to remember that weight loss is a complex process that also depends on diet, lifestyle, and individual factors.

What are some common styles of yoga?

Some common styles of yoga include Hatha, Vinyasa, Ashtanga, Bikram, Iyengar, and Restorative. Each style has its own unique focus and approach, so it is important to find a style that suits your individual needs and goals.

Can yoga be practiced during pregnancy?

Yoga can be a safe and beneficial practice during pregnancy, but it is important to consult with a qualified prenatal yoga instructor and to modify poses as needed to accommodate changes in the body

What are some common yoga injuries and how can they be prevented?

Some common yoga injuries include strains, sprains, and overuse injuries. These can be prevented by practising with awareness and proper alignment, using props as needed, and listening to your body's needs to avoid overexertion.

How can I find a qualified yoga instructor?

To find a qualified yoga instructor, look for someone who has completed a comprehensive training program and has experience teaching yoga to students of all levels. It is also important to find an instructor who prioritises safety and student well-being, and who can provide modifications and adjustments as needed.

Different Varieties of Yoga Therapies & Their Benefits provided by Global Soul Healing

Vinyasa Yoga

Vinyasa yoga is a widely practised  style of yoga in which, our trainer emphasise on the flow of movement and breath. The word "vinyasa" means "to place in a special way" and in vinyasa yoga, we guide through a sequence of poses that are linked together in a flowing, continuous manner.


Benefits: - One of the key benefits of vinyasa yoga is that it helps in cardiovascular workout ,builds strength, flexibility, and balance. The constant movement and flow of vinyasa yoga also helps to quiet the mind and reduce stress.

Bikram Yoga

Bikram yoga comes into the category of  hot yoga that was created by Bikram Choudhury in the 1970s. Under this session, training consists of a series of postures and two breathing exercises, all of which are performed in a room heated and Humid environment.


It can be a challenging practice that requires focus, discipline, and mental strength. The heat and intensity of the practice can be difficult for you in the beginning but later it becomes easier. it is important to drink plenty of water before, during, and after class to stay hydrated.


The sequence of poses in Bikram yoga we design to work every part of the body, including the muscles, bones, and organs. The heat and humidity of the room are said to help practitioners to sweat out toxins, improve circulation, and increase flexibility.


Benefits:-  One of the key benefits, our trainees experience while performing Bikram yoga is that it provides a full-body workout that can help to improve strength, flexibility, and balance. The heat of the room can also help to increase cardiovascular fitness and burn calories.

Hot Yoga

Sign up for our yoga session to connect with like-minded individuals and build a sense of community. Hot yoga is a style of yoga that is practised in a room that is heated to temperatures ranging from 90 to 105 degrees Fahrenheit (32 to 40.5 degrees Celsius). The heat is intended to increase flexibility, improve cardiovascular health, and promote detoxification through sweating.


The heat of the room can put extra stress on the body, and it is important to stay hydrated and listen to your body's needs during the practice. It is also important to be aware of the signs of heat exhaustion, such as dizziness, nausea, and weakness, and to take breaks as needed.


Benefits:- You may join this session to clean the exhaustion and weakness from the life. Hot yoga can provide a number of benefits, such as increased flexibility and improved cardiovascular health, it is important to approach the practice with caution, especially if you are new to yoga or have health concerns.


Global Soul Healing advice, not to practice these session without the supervision of the experts

Kundalini Yoga

Kundalini yoga is a type of yoga in which we focus on awakening the energy that lies dormant at the base of the spine. The word "kundalini" means "coiled" or "serpent power" in Sanskrit, and refers to the energy that is believed to reside at the base of the spine in every human being. Kundalini yoga is designed to help individuals tap into this energy and move it up through the chakras, or energy centres, of the body.


Kundalini yoga incorporates a variety of practices, including physical postures (asanas), breathwork (pranayama), meditation, and chanting. The practice is known for its dynamic and often intense movements, as well as its emphasis on self-awareness and spiritual awakening.



Increased energy and vitality, Reduced stress and anxiety, Increased self-awareness, Enhanced creativity and intuition:

 Overall, Kundalini yoga can be a powerful tool for personal growth, self-awareness, and physical and mental well-being. However, as with any form of exercise or spiritual practice.

Iyengar Yoga

Iyengar yoga is known for its attention to detail and we place  emphasis on the correct alignment of the body. It is a form of Hatha yoga where we emphasise precise alignment of the body in each posture (asana), and the use of props such as blocks, straps, and blankets to help students achieve correct alignment.


In addition to asanas, Iyengar yoga also includes breathing exercises (pranayama), relaxation techniques, and meditation. The practice is often adapted to suit individuals with injuries or physical limitations, making it accessible to a wide range of people.


You may Join our yoga session to experience the benefits of physical and mental well-being. Whether you're a beginner or an experienced practitioner, our classes are designed to cater to all levels of experience.





Improved alignment and posture: The emphasis on precise alignment in Iyengar yoga can help students improve their posture and body mechanics, which can reduce the risk of injury and improve overall physical function.


Increased strength and flexibility: Iyengar yoga can help students build strength and increase flexibility, particularly in areas of the body that are often tight or weak.


Enhanced body awareness: The attention to detail in Iyengar yoga can help students develop greater body awareness and improve their ability to sense and respond to their body's needs.


Reduced stress and anxiety: Iyengar yoga incorporates breathing exercises and relaxation techniques that can help reduce stress and anxiety and promote a sense of calm and relaxation.


Improved balance and coordination: Iyengar yoga can help improve balance and coordination, which can be particularly beneficial for older adults or individuals with neurological conditions.




Ashtanga Yoga

Our trained instructors will guide you through each pose, helping you deepen your practice and cultivate inner peace. Ashtanga Yoga is known for its intense physical practice and the emphasis placed on the traditional lineage and discipline of the practice. The Ashtanga Yoga system consists of six series of asanas, each of which builds upon the previous series and requires greater strength, flexibility, and dedication.


Ashtanga Yoga is a dynamic style of yoga that was developed by Sri K. Pattabhi Jois in the 20th century. In this  form of Hatha yoga we focuse on a set sequence of postures (asanas) that are linked together with a specific breath (ujjayi breath) and movement (vinyasa). The practice is designed to create a flow of energy throughout the body, build strength, flexibility, and endurance, and promote mental focus and clarity.


In addition to the physical practice, Ashtanga Yoga also includes breathing exercises (pranayama) and meditation. The practice is often taught in a traditional Mysore-style format, where students practise at their own pace and receive individualised instruction from the teacher.


Discover with our experts, how yoga can help you manage stress, improve flexibility, build strength, and develop mindfulness.




Increased strength and flexibility: The intense physical practice of Ashtanga Yoga can help students build strength, increase flexibility, and improve overall physical fitness.


Improved focus and mental clarity: The linking of breath and movement in Ashtanga Yoga can help students develop greater mental focus and clarity, which can be beneficial in other areas of life.


Reduced stress and anxiety: Ashtanga Yoga incorporates breathing exercises and meditation, which can help reduce stress and anxiety and promote a sense of calm and relaxation.


Enhanced self-discipline and self-awareness: The traditional lineage and discipline of Ashtanga Yoga can help students develop greater self-discipline and self-awareness, which can be beneficial in all areas of life.


Sense of community and connection: Ashtanga Yoga is often taught in a Mysore-style format, which can create a sense of community and connection among students and teachers.

Katonah Yoga

Katonah Yoga emphasises the use of props such as blocks, blankets, and straps to help students achieve correct alignment in each posture (asana). The practice also incorporates breathing exercises (pranayama), meditation, and visualisation techniques to help students develop greater self-awareness and mental focus.

Unwind and rejuvenate your mind and body by joining our Katonah yoga session. Katonah Yoga is a style of yoga that was developed by Nevine Michaan in the 1980s. It is a unique blend of Hatha yoga, Taoist philosophy, and other esoteric teachings that aims to create a holistic experience for students.


Benefits:-Some key principles of Katonah Yoga include:

We use metaphors and visualisations to help people  understand concepts: In Katonah Yoga we use a variety of metaphors and visualisations to help students understand the principles of the practice.

Emphasis on alignment and the use of props: The use of props in Katonah Yoga help you achieve correct alignment in each posture, which can reduce the risk of injury and improve overall physical function.

Incorporation of Taoist philosophy and other esoteric teachings: Katonah Yoga draws upon a variety of esoteric teachings, including Taoist philosophy, to create a holistic experience for you

Restorative Yoga

Restorative yoga is a gentle, slow-paced style of yoga that focuses on relaxation and rejuvenation. The practice typically involves the use of props, such as blankets, blocks, bolsters, and straps, to support the body in various postures that are held for several minutes at a time.

Restorative yoga is suitable for all levels     of practitioners, including those who are recovering from injury or illness, or who have limited mobility.

Benefits:-The goal of restorative yoga is to allow the body to rest deeply and to activate the parasympathetic nervous system, which is responsible for the body's "rest and digest" response. By activating this system, the body is able to slow down and relax, which can help to reduce stress, anxiety, and tension.



You may book one to one session with our Yoga Expert and experience the transformation through yoga

We provide the best expert guidance in the practice of this ancient practice of Yoga. If you are planning to learn this practice with efficiency, Global Soul Healing can be a blessing for you.

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