Ayurveda & Naturopathy

Yoga is a process of self-realisation and
discovering the true nature of things
Kindle the light of awareness
What is Yoga?

Yoga is a spiritual science focused on bringing harmony between the mind and body. The word Yoga is derived from the Sanskrit word ‘Yug’, which means ‘to unite’. It is believed that the practice of Yoga started with the very dawn of civilization. The harmony between the mind, breath and body is achieved through the means of breathing practices (Pranayama), body poses (Asanas) and meditation ( Dhyana). The aim of Yoga is to attain Self-Realization, in order to overcome all forms of human sufferings leading to the ‘state of liberation’ ( Moksha) . Our experienced Yoga teachers at Vishram Village are trained to listen to your body’s needs. They ensure that each guest receives personal care and attention with special tailored sessions. Our Yoga and meditation packages are sketched out to guide you through this journey for a balanced and harmonized self.

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Harmonizing the body


Pranayama is the control of breath aims to soothe and revitalize a tired body. Prana means breath or life force energy. Yama means to house or store. Thus, pranayama is the art of building up and storing our life force energy. Breathing techniques also prepare us for a deeper experience of meditation.


An Asana is a body posture that aims to improve flexibility and physical strength. Different categories of Yoga poses (asanas) includes standing poses, sitting poses, asanas lying on the back, on the stomach and others. These affect different parts and organs of the body.


Meditation is a technique that aims to calm the mind and bring inner peace. “meditation” means to reflect upon, ponder, or contemplate. It can also denote a devotional exercise of contemplation or a contemplative discourse of a religious or philosophical nature.

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