Yoga Therapies


It’s quite simple, yoga cures!!!
Contact us and find out how these therapies can help you to alleviate health problems such as:

  • Migraine / headaches
  • Back pain
  • Arthritis
  • Cholesterol
  • Circulation
  • Blood pressure
  • DEPRESSION……….And many more

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Source: Yoga Cures by Tara Stiles. Foreword by Deepak Chopra

Nutrition Consulting


Our nutrition consulting services, are focused in restore Mind, Body and Soul, it center on the natural harmony restoration and balance of the physical state of the body for optimum Health and Welfare.

Both Ayurveda and yoga state that our true essence is endowed with an inherent intelligence and the ancient Ayurvedic treatises point out that through our inherent intelligence, we are programmed to use food as therapy.

Come find out how.

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Yoga Benefits

Start your own expedition with the best laboratory you could find… your own body!. And enjoy the great benefits you will get by practicing yoga at least 3 times a week.

  • Physical
  • Mental
  • Psychological
  • Neurological
  • Intuitive
  • Creative 
  • Connected
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    New to Yoga?

    How often should a person practice yoga?

    The key is consistency. It is better to practice a little and often than do it irregulary and for long period. The body responds better to a regular practice, however short it may be. You may feel that fifteen minutes a day of exercise are more stimulating than a two-hour session per week.

    We recommend three classes a week to enjoy the rewards of a more intense practice of yoga on the body, mind and spirit.

    Yoga studios are not spaces for competition; they're a starting point for an inward journey. You don't have to do everything. This is the beauty of yoga!. It's not a competitive sport. Usually the teacher will provide different options for each pose.

    Don't hesitate to give yourself a break at any time and just put yourself in child's pose, no matter what the rest of the class is doing. (This pose seems odd the first time you try it, but trust me, people do it all the time.)

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