Yoga is a beautiful art of physical and spiritual wellness. Be it beating the summer stress or a general fitness regime, 30 minutes of daily practice can set your life back on track. Also, Delhi NCR is booming with modernity and technological advancements; but do you ever just pause and make a conscious effort to breathe in and out effortlessly and live the moment? We guess the answer is no or maybe. So, it is time for you to finally embark upon your yogic path. We have listed down 5 yoga studios in Delhi NCR that you should check out this weekend.

1. Morarji Desai National Institute of Yoga, Ashok Road

This institute is a government recognised establishment that provides many yoga degrees and certifications. This is, in fact, one of my personal favourites. Their classes start from as early as 7:00 am in the morning. People from all walks of life come together to practice yoga for a healthier lifestyle. The teachers are fantastic; they help each and every student to work out a posture to its best capabilities. Also, this is one of the most pocket-friendly and disciplinary institutions.

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Morarji Desai National Institute of Yoga
Morarji Desai National Institute of Yoga

Address: 68, Ashok Road, Opposite Gurudwara Bangla Sahib, New Delhi -110001.

Contact: 011 – 2373 0418

2. Anandyogam, Laxmi Nagar

If you want to learn and explore the nitty-gritty of Ashtanga yoga and meditation techniques, this is where you should go.  Anandyogam offers ultimate physical, spiritual and mental well-being to all students. The teachers are very compassionate and ensure they give enough time to each individual to enhance their postures. They mostly conduct classes in huge spaces with large batches of students.

 

Anandyogam

Address: House Number 215, Street Number 5, C R Road, Laxmi Nagar, Delhi – 110092, Near Lalita Park

Contact: 9540208331/ 9899183279

3. Sivananda Yoga Centre

They teach a unique style of yoga to their students. Their classes happen in small and large batches in various corners of Delhi NCR. The sessions often start with a prayer and meditation. From Suryanamaskars to head-stands, they ensure each student (even if you are a beginner) can do all the postures effortlessly in a small period of time. Also, the classes always end with a relaxing meditation.

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Sivananda Yoga Centre
Sivananda Yoga Centre

Address: 5, Silver Oaks Ave, G Block, DLF Phase 1, Sector 26, Gurgaon – 122002.

Contact: 9810002910

4. Seema Sondhi – The Yoga Studio, Hauz Khas

This studio started in 2001 by Seema Sondhi. You can come into her gorgeous studio to practice the art of serenity amidst bright, airy spaces. Additionally, this yoga studio has acoustically designed walls and doors for a serene session. Lastly, Ms Sondhi’s aim is to help people learn how to practice yoga that will integrate the mind, body and soul.

Seema Sondhi – The Yoga Studio
Seema Sondhi – The Yoga Studio

Address: D-43, Hauz Khas Road, Block D, Hauz Khas, New Delhi – 110016.

Contact: 98111 31368

5. Iyengar Yoga Centre Yogakshema, Rouse Avenue

Iyengar Yoga Centre Yogakshema believes in the principles of Sage Patanjali. Also, they propagate Ashtanga Yoga. In this centre, teachers focus on emphasising the accuracy and alignment of all postures with the help of props specifically devised by Dr B.K.S. Iyengar. These props comprise of belts, ropes, wooden gadgets and more.

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Iyengar Yoga Centre Yogakshema
Iyengar Yoga Centre Yogakshema

Address: Plot No.65,66,67, Indian Heritage Society, Deendayal Upadhyay Marg, Rouse Avenue, New Delhi -110002.

Contact: 011-2323 4356

Breathe in. Breathe Out. Get yourself some much needed calm and exercise!

 

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A writer and a true-blue Gemini, Priyanka loves documenting good fashion, great food, and gorgeous travel destinations. A movie buff and an amateur chef, when not working, you will find her at a quaint café reading travelogues.