Therapy Yoga

Aarya Yoga School is specialized in assisting people with ailments through yogic practices. We can assist you through personal or group classes. We use various props like Blocks and chairs to make yogic practices easier and achievable for people with physical limitations. This helps them to get the same benefits as other physically fit people. There are amazing results for problems like Back pain, Neck pain, PCOD, Anxiety, etc. Please get in touch with us rather than suffer.


  • Asana

The therapeutic benefits from asanas are both for the physical body as well as the inner self. The benefits of asana practice are increased strength and flexibility. The regular practice of asanas helps in stimulating the psychological systems of the body such as the circulatory, immune and digestive systems. Also, help in reducing stress and tensions thus developing the focus and mindfulness required for meditation. The overall functions of the body on an emotional, behavioral and perceptual level are also improved.

  • Pranayama

Pranayama is a Sanskrit word. Prana means life force and Ayama means “to extend or draw out.” Never underestimate the power of breath. We never pay attention to our breath, we do it on auto-pilot most of the time. A few deep conscious breaths, instantly calm the body and mind, in nutshell, it resets the nervous system and helps to tune out a stress response. The goal of pranayama is to connect body and mind. It also supplies the body with oxygen while removing toxins.

  • Meditation

Meditation brings the brainwave pattern into an alpha state that promotes healing. The mind becomes fresh, delicate, and beautiful. There are thousands of studies that have shown mindfulness meditation can positively impact mental and physical health. Whether it’s by reducing stress, improving sleep, increasing focus, or improving relationships, research shows mindfulness works.

  • Kriya

The word karma comes from the Sanskrit language. ‘Shat’ means six and ‘Karma’ means action. Shat Karmas: Neti, Dhauti, Nauli, Basti, Kapalbhati and Trataka. The aim of performing these actions is to create harmony between the two major pranic flows, Ida and Pingala thereby attaining physical and mental purification and balance. These practices are also used before pranayama and other higher yoga practices to purify the body’s toxins. Shatkarmas are performed to promote the health of yogis and to awaken, direct the energies in the body, mind, and deeper psyche. These practices should never be learned from books or taught by inexperienced people.

  • Chanting

Mantra is a Sanskrit term, with “man” meaning “mind” and “tra” meaning “release.” Think of a mantra a word or phrase you repeat during meditation as a tool to help release your mind. Mantras can be highly beneficial for your brain. The primary effect of chanting mantras is on our mind and nervous system, not on the brain. Scientists have done a lot of research on mantras’ effect on the brain. They found that certain brain parts are activated when we recite mantras. Mantras give peace of mind. It is a positive vibration that eliminates negativity from our minds.

  • Nature Care

Nature Care does not ‘sell a cure’ to the person. Nature care teaches the right way of living in the home, which would not only cure a particular ailment but also save from falling ill in the future. Nature Care is thus a way of life, not a course of ‘treatment’. It is not claimed that Nature Care can cure all diseases. The science of natural therapeutics is based on the use of the same five elements, in the treatment of disease, which constitutes the human body. These are earth, water, ether, sunlight, and air. It is my effort to point out how they can be utilized for-health purposes.

  • Massage

Massage therapy is used to help manage a health condition or enhance wellness. It involves manipulating the soft tissues of the body, muscle, connective tissue, tendons, ligaments, and skin. The massage therapist uses varying degrees of pressure and movement. These techniques affect the muscular, skeletal, circulatory, lymphatic, nervous, and other systems of the body. Massage has been practiced in most cultures, both Eastern and Western, throughout human history.

  • Mud Therapy

Mud therapy is a very simple and effective treatment modality. Mud, when applied to the body, cools down the body, and dilutes, absorbs, and eliminates toxins from the body. Mud therapy improves metabolism and increases circulation and keeps problems like heat strokes away that are commonly caused due to summer heat. Mud therapy is one of the five-element, corresponding to the element Earth. Mud has a powerful effect to absorb and dilute bad toxins from the body.

  • Hydro Therapy

Hydrotherapy is the use of water, both internally and externally and at varying temperatures, for health purposes. Also known as water therapy or “water cures,” hydrotherapy includes such treatments as saunas, steam baths, foot baths, hip baths, hot and cold packs, etc. Water therapy uses either hot or cold water, with the water pressure and flow varying among treatments. The intention is to ease both physical and mental symptoms.

  • Fasting

Fasting is primarily the act of willingly abstaining from some or all food, drink, or both, for some time. Fasting is an important treatment modality for health preservation. In fasting, mental preparedness is an essential pre-condition. Methods of fasting are water, juices, or raw vegetable juices. The best, safest, and most effective method is lime juice fasting. During fasting, the body burns up and excretes huge amounts of accumulated waste. We can help this cleansing process by drinking alkaline juices.

  • Herbal Facial

Herbal facials promote skin tone and can relieve skin conditions naturally. For herbal facials, we use various herbs. Helps to reduce, acne, pimple, scars, blackhead, and marks depending on its herbal ingredients. Herbs such as comfrey, elder blossoms, chamomile, rosemary, neem, and tulsi will cleanse and soften skin while drawing out toxins and impurities from the pores.

  • Music therapy

Music therapy is a therapeutic approach that uses the naturally mood-lifting properties of music to help people improve their mental health and overall well-being. It’s a goal-oriented intervention that may involve Making music, writing songs, singing, dancing, listening to music, discussing music, etc. This may be helpful for people with depression and anxiety, and it may help improve their quality of life. Anyone can engage in music therapy; you don’t need a background in music.

When You Might Need Therapy Yoga


You need a way to shift your emotional constraints into a more flowing and accessible form.

Inner Peace

You want the inner peace that comes from knowing that your life is not out of your control.

Inner Self

You want a practice that brings you into a high awareness of your inner self.

Energy Exchange

Please Call and Ask

Note that additional batches might be introduced in near future.

All our classes are conducted by well-trained yoga teachers with good experience in the field. They are also trained in anatomy and know the basics of yoga therapy. We make sure that any member who joins us is relieved from his/her existing pains. We guide them as per Yoga and Nature care guidelines.