We at Param Yoga, a one-stop center, offer Holistic Yoga with passion and understanding, depending upon the need of an individual - – be it fitness, health or power!
Our services are structured to give priority to your needs, and at same time, give you all the variety and fun without compromising on the depth and safety.
Without undermining the need for medication, we endeavour to offer relief from aches, pains and better capacity to deal with chronic illnesses to the extent that is possible. In this effort, we use customized protocol of practices depending upon the need of each person.
Param Yoga teachers are unique because they are taught the basics of both human anatomy, Yogic philosophy and of course postures and practices.
We believe excess weight is a result of not only our eating habits and lack of exercise, but it is also as much to do with our mental well-being. Our weight-loss programs offer a many-pronged solution that takes on the weight problem from all directions.
About Our Workshops
The corporate world demands physical fitness, high energy and a focused mind. In the prevailing competitive and stressful environment, where time for ourselves is always in short supply, wellness and wholeness are in great demand. Corporate Yoga is a holistic approach to physical and mental health, as well as a person’s well-being and personal growth.
MEDICAL YOGA & PILATES THERAPY FOR KNEE, BACK & NECK PAIN TEACHER TRAINING COURSE
YOGA THERAPY IS DIFFERENT FROM CLASSICAL YOGASANAS
The traditional yogasanas were conceived many years back for healthy & physically active individuals to maintain good health. But today, we lead a sedentary lifestyle and look upon yoga when in pain, suffering or disease. The traditional asanas could actually harm individuals with damaged cartilage and joints.
Asanas have to be adapted and customized; this understanding is Yoga Therapy. It is an effective modality for managing musculoskeletal problems like knee, back, neck and shoulder pain.
FLEXIBILITY BASED ON STRENGTH IS YOGA THERAPY
Flexibility based practices could be de-stabilising for the joints as weakness of muscles could be the reason for false flexibility. Strength based flexibility, which involves core muscle activation along with right breathing, is the need of the time. Combining fundamentals of pilates with yogasanas proves to be more beneficial for those in pain.