soul, and – by extension – into all spheres of one’s life. It uses various poses (or asanas) to discipline the body and strengthen the mind, thereby helping an individual move from a state of ‘existing’ to one of ‘living’ and, finally, to one of ‘being.’
Regular practice of yoga is recommended for general health and wellbeing. In particular, it is said to improve muscle strength, flexibility, and mental and emotional health.
- Hatha Yoga
- Asana Practice
- Surya Namaskara
- Personalised Yoga Therapy
- Counselling on modifying lifestyle
- Pranayama Practice
YOGA THERAPIST - RISA
Nagendra Belavadi is a specialist in yoga therapy that focuses on physical & mental fitness. In his career spanning over a decade as a yoga and meditation trainer learnt under the able guidance of Prof P A Seshan, IAAS, Founder-Director, Global Zen Foundation, he has been proficient at Zen & rhythmic breathing and self-healing techniques; Patanjali’s Raja Yoga; Kundalini Yoga; Hatha Yoga; Dan-Tien; Kayakalpa Yoga, to name a few. He has completed his Stop Diabetes Movement course on Prevention and Management of Diabetes from SVYASA Deemed University. Nagendra has handled Yoga therapy sessions for patients of various conditions in various departments of ayurvedic and allopathic hospitals. He has been undertaking individualised Yoga sessions for overall fitness, and regular Yoga sessions for students and faculty of medical colleges and hospitals. Currently, Nagendra is working as a Yoga Therapist at Ramaiah Indic Specialty Ayurveda Restoration Hospital.