About us

ABOUT YOGA

Yoga is a scientific system of physical and mental practices that originated in India more than three thousand years ago. Its purpose is to help each one of us achieve our highest potential and to experience enduring health and happiness. With Yoga, we can extend our healthy, productive years far beyond the accepted norm and, at the same time, improve the quality of our lives.

The word yoga means to join or unite, and yogis view this unison in different ways – the unison of body, mind and spirit, uniting all the aspects of yourself, or uniting with a higher power or spiritual force.

Yoga helps the body to relax and lowers stress levels. It provides three important elements; meditation, breathing and poses, which will help to regulate your heart rate variability and lower stress levels. Lowering the heart rate will make your body calm, and you will be able to respond to stress positively.

Yoga which studied man in depth at all levels has much to offer to project an alternative to the modem style of thinking and living.What is needed is to understand Yoga not as others understand it but as Patanjali understood and propagated it. In his classic system of Yoga. He has methodically shown what affictions man suffers from and for what reasons.He has applied spirtual psychology to explore this and has supplied the basic technology for elevating man from his moorings of animal life.Those working for sublimation,integration and evolution of man will have no better alternative than the acceptance of Yoga as a way of life for future generations.



ABOUT Urvi Yoga Studio

Urvi Yoga Studiofollows the Yoga style in its original form “The Hatha-Yoga’’.

In Urvi Yoga Studio you will experience that we provide authentic Yoga in scientific way and with modern approach.

Urvi Yoga studio cares age,physical capabilities and individual requirements and also guide about managing your routine in Yogic way. If needed Yogic Diet & personal counselling is also provided.


ABOUT URVI

Urvi is a vibrant enthusiastic person who has been practicing and teaching Yoga since Y1999 .She is a Yoga Visharathgraduate from prestigious Yoga school ‘Hari Om Yoga kendra’ Indore and graduated in Y1999.

Urvi is also giving yoga classes in VFL Sports Club Waiblingen, Germany from Y2013 and in VHS Waiblingen, Germany from Y2016. Urvi also started her own Yoga studio in January 2018 in BluetenaeckerWaiblingen, Germany. The courses in VFL and VHS are running at its full capacity and also few students are regularly attending the yoga classes from last 6 years.

With her own Yoga Studio now Urvi offers Yoga courses in a small group of 4 with a personalized attention to each member attending the course.

Urvi’s motive is to provide Classical Hatha - Yoga in Scientific way with modern approach for a better health and better life and has keen inclination to promote health and well-being to people as a dedicated Yoga trainer.

FEATURES

Surya Namaskara

Surya Namaskar is sometimes translated as "eternal salutations to the sun." In Sanskrit, surya means "sun" and namaskar means "salutations."

Savasana

This pose gets its name from the recumbent posture of a dead body. It is a position of rest and relaxation, and is usually practiced.

Meditation

Meditation is the process of quieting the mind in order to spend time in thought for relaxation purposes. The goal is to attain an inner state of awareness.

Pranayama

“Pranayama is the link between the mental and physical disciplines of yoga. While the action is physical, the effect is to make the mind calm, lucid and steady.”

Laughter yoga

Laughter yoga is a relatively new concept in body-mind exercise. It combines simulated laughter exercises with gentle breathing techniques to teach the body how to laugh without relying on jokes or humor

Yoga Step

Yoga is the perfect control of the life-currents through control of breath, and is the process by which we understand the secret of prana and manipulate it.

OUR YOGA STUDIO

Surya Namaskar

Surya Namaskar is sometimes translated as "eternal salutations to the sun." In Sanskrit, surya means "sun" and namaskar means "salutations." The practice of Surya Namaskar awakens the body intelligence to create energy directly from the sun. In the Vedic tradition, the sun is symbolic of consciousness and, therefore, has been worshiped daily in the Indian culture

Due to a beautiful combination of the variability and repetitive nature of Surya Namaskar, it allows individuals to perform self-motivated practice without getting bored or mindless and it allows for easy self-maneuvering since it is repetitive in nature.

The body is equipped with the innate intelligence to produce energy from the sun directly. The mind, through the solar plexus; the body, through physical movement; and the spirit, through the chants, all get a boost from the practice of Surya Namaskar. Therefore, it is a complete workout for mind, body and soul.


Meditation

Meditation is the process of quieting the mind in order to spend time in thought for relaxation purposes. The goal is to attain an inner state of awareness and intensify personal and spiritual growth. In practice, meditation involves concentrated focus on something such as a sound, image or feeling.

Meditation is also referred to as dhyana in Sanskrit.

Meditation involves concentration and relaxation – both of which are enhanced by yoga. Just as there are many styles of yoga, so too are there a variety of ways to meditate. The first stage of meditation is to find a focal point or method of focusing in order to free oneself from distractions. Some methods of focusing include:

• Sound: Repeating a mantra, phrase or other sound.

• Visualizing: Picturing an object with eyes closed, such as a lotus flower or the energy points in the body (chakras).

• Gazing Looking at an actual object with eyes open. Candles, flowers or pictures are common objects used in gazing.

• Breathing: Observing the breath and what it feels like – the sensations – as it travels in and out of the body.


Pranayama

Pranayama is the link between the mental and physical disciplines of yoga. While the action is physical, the effect is to make the mind calm, lucid and steady.” - Swami Vishnu-devananda, Complete Illustrated Book of Yoga.

Controlling your own mind is perhaps one of the most difficult things you can do in life. After observing the intimate connection between the mind and the breath, ancient yogis developed a series of breath techniques that would enable them to control their minds.

Yogic breathing exercises are called “pranayama”. The literal translation of this Sanskrit word is “control of the prana”. Prana is the vital energy, or life force, that is known in Chinese as “chi” and Japanese “ki”. It is the subtle energy that is used and manipulated in acupuncture, shiatsu, reiki, tai chi, reflexology and many Eastern martial arts.

With regular practice, pranayama enables you to more consciously control the non-physical subtle energy within your own being. Pranayama enables you to cleanse and strengthen your physical body while calming your mind.



Savasana

The asana is pronounced as Shuh-vah-sana

This pose gets its name from the recumbent posture of a dead body. It is a position of rest and relaxation, and is usually practiced towards the end of a yoga session – a session that typically begins with activity and ends in rest; a space or pause when deep healing can take place.

This posture brings a deep, meditative state of rest, which may help in the repair of tissues and cells, and in releasing stress. It also gives time for the yoga workout to sink in at a deeper level.It helps reduce blood pressure, anxiety, and insomnia.This is an excellent way to ground the body and reduce the Vatadosha(imbalance of the air element) in the body.





LAUGHTER YOGA

Laughter yoga is a relatively new concept in body-mind exercise. It combines simulated laughter exercises with gentle breathing techniques to teach the body how to laugh without relying on jokes or humor:

There are many mental, physical and emotional benefits attributed to the practice of Laughter Yoga. Mood elevates. Stress, depression and tension decrease. Immunity improves. Lung capacity increases through deep breathing, enhancing oxygen delivery to all parts of the body. Endorphin and serotonin levels rise. Laughter provides an excellent internal massage to digestive tract as well as improving blood supply to the internal organs. People who laugh don’t worry as much as people who don’t laugh. Overall, laughing feels good and when done in a group, positive bonds are formed between the participants.

TIMING

FAVOURABLE FOR

  1. Obesity Control
  2. Stress Management
  3. Joint Paln and Disorders
  4. Immunity and Resistance Improvement
  5. Concentration Improvement
  6. Enchancement of Physical and Mental Capabilities

Morning

  1. Monday – 9:30 to 10:30
  2. Tuesday –11:00 to 12:00
  3. Wednesday – 9:30 to :30/ 10:45 to 11:45
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Acupressure Products


Wooden Roll

Jimmy Plastic + Massager

Finger Massager

Spine Roller Diluxe Soft

Thumb Pad

Energy Ball Pointed

Jalneti

Pocket Excerciser

Jimmy Plastic

Jimmy Metal

Paduka

Pointed Magnetic Mat

Jimmy Plastic with Key Ring

Sujok Finger Massage Ring

Spine Roller


Specials

We have signed MOU with PARAMANAND YOGA INSTITUTE Indore to send the students from Germany to India for 200/300 Hrs yoga teachers training and also we will be conducting workshops of PARAMANAND YOGA in Germany

What are the Risks and side effects of Yoga.

Yoga is low-impact and safe for people when a well-trained instructor is guiding the practice.

Injury due to yoga is an infrequent barrier to continued practice, and severe injury due to yoga is rare. However, consider a few factors before starting.Anyone who is pregnant or who has an on-going medical condition, such as high blood pressure, glaucoma, or sciatica, should talk to their healthcare practitioner before practicing yoga. They may need to alter or avoid some yoga poses.

Beginners should avoid extreme poses and difficult techniques, such as headstand, lotus position, and forceful breathing.

When using yoga to manage a condition, do not replace conventional medical care with yoga or postpone seeing a healthcare provider about pain or any other medical problem.

REGISTRATION FORM

CONTACT US

Call: +49 151 41342465
Monday-Friday (9am-5pm)

Email: info@urviyogastudio.de
Web: www.urviyogastudio.de

Location: Urvi Shah Bluetenaecker 17/1,
71332 Waiblingen Germany