How will Yoga help me?

Q1. What are the physical benefits of practicing yoga?
Yoga is a powerful discipline that can improve health and fitness. Regular yoga practice has been known to increase the stamina, flexibility, stability and strength. Practicing of yoga postures also brings a feeling of well-being to the entire body by stimulating the organs and improving the circulation. As the body works more efficiently, problems like headaches, back pain, stiff hips and digestive disorders can all be alleviated. Pranayama, the breathing techniques can lower the blood pressure, increase cardiovascular efficiency and aid relaxation.

Q2. What are the mental benefits of yoga?Just as yoga can help us increase our physical health and fitness, practicing of yoga has also been found to beneficial to our mental health. Yoga can help reduce stress, improve concentration alleviate mood swings. It brings awareness and the ability to be ‘still’. Practicing pranayama helps bring mental clarity and calm.

Q3. What are the diseases that can be cured by yoga?
Yoga can be useful in reducing the effects of the diseases like hypertension, spondylitis, asthma, arthritis, slip disc, digestive disorders, menstrual disorders, mental disorders and sleeplessness and many more like these.

Q4. What is the advantage of Yoga over to other exercises?
Exercise increases strength and stamina of the muscles but Yoga affects complete body mind complex and triggers a change from negative to positive direction on the physical, mental, spiritual plane of existence.

Q5. Can Yoga delay middle age?
Yoga is the greatest form of exercise there is. After our mid-20s, the venous supply to the disks of the spine naturally atrophies. Through yogic exercises that bend and stretch the spine, fresh blood and nerve flow revitalize all the major glands and organs. Unlike other forms of exercise, which develop fitness by stressing the body, yoga builds strength and endurance while lowering the stress hormones that age us.

Q6. Can yoga make me stronger?
It’s a proven fact that yoga does makes you stronger. Some balance postures such as Tree Pose and Shoulder stand require enormous muscle control in order to prevent you from falling over. This helps to build and strengthen your muscles. The muscles you develop during yoga are more likely to be elongated, because while you are strengthening them, you are simultaneously lengthening them. You also do not focus on an isolated muscle, but actively recruit the smaller muscle groups as well. You truly work your entire body when you practice yoga. In addition to all its other benefits, yoga can help you improve muscle fitness.

Q7. Can yoga relieve my back pain?

Studies have shown that yoga is a good exercise for those suffering from back pain, particularly in the long term. Many of the postures in yoga gently strengthen the muscles in the back, as well as the abdominal muscles. Back and abdominal muscles are essential components of the muscular network of the spine, helping the body maintain proper upright posture and movement. When these muscles are well conditioned, back pain can be greatly reduced or avoided. However, not all yoga asanas can automatically relieve the pain, some might even aggravate the pain. So it is advisable to perform the poses under the guidance of a trained yoga teacher. Some helpful poses are the camel pose, corpse pose, cat stretch.

Q8. I’m stressed out – will it help me to relax?
Yes, definitely, Yoga helps in reducing physical, mental and emotional stress. Yoga is well-known for its calming effects. Because of the body/mind connection, if the muscles are relaxed by stretching, the mind will also relax, with less anxiety and better sleep patterns.

Q9. Can Yoga help cure migraines?
Migraines which are caused by the constriction and dilation of blood vessels to the brain can be made more manageable through yoga. Regular practice of yoga, including postures, pranayama and meditation can help relieve the suffering. Postures will help improve blood circulation and also relieve physical tension and stress, which may be a contributing factor to migraines.

Q10. Can Yoga treat arthritis?
Yes, yoga poses provide relief to stiff and damaged joints. Yoga’s controlled movements and gentle pressures reach deep into troubled joints. The mild form of stretching involved in the practice of yoga can help strengthen your joints which is crucial in preventing and dealing with arthritis. It also reduces stiffness and makes your joints function normally. In addition, the controlled stretches in conjunction with deep breathing exercises, relax and release the muscles that have seized up around the joints to protect them.

Q11. Can yoga treat obesity?
That depends on the type of yoga you are doing and how frequently. Very vigorous types of yoga practice, such as Ashtanga and Vinyasa are cardiovascular exercise and may help you lose weight if done regularly, along with proper diet changes. Regular practice of Yoga and controlled life style reduces obesity. Yoga has different effect on obesity, which is permanent in nature than other techniques for obesity reduction. Weight loss is permanent but one needs to practice few important techniques regularly.The Yoga principle on healthy diet and the practice of the Asanas will help balance the endocrine system, tone the abdominal organs, stimulate both the nervous and circulatory system, and reduce stress. Yoga also helps one to gain a better understanding of ones self, leading to acceptance and appreciation which will help eliminate the psychological reasons for Obesity. The practice of Yoga deals with all the aspects of an individual: the mind, body and spirit, giving a person control over his mind and body and making the effect more permanent than other techniques.

Q12. Can yoga cure insomnia?
Yoga has a stimulatory effect on nervous system and the brain in particular. Certain yoga postures increase the blood circulation to the sleep center in the brain, which can normalize your sleep cycle. You will have a more restful sleep because of the relaxing aspect of yoga and the subsequent relieving of stress, tension and fatigue.

Q13. Can yoga bring energy?
Yoga is a brilliant energizer. The postures and other techniques stimulate your body’s energetic system to make you feel more alive. In many Western exercise systems, energy is thought of as something to be used up – we talk of expending energy to burn calories. However, the yogic understanding of energy is not related to burning calories at all- in yoga, energy is related to a subtle force called prana. This subtle energy is said to flow through all living things. The practice of yogic postures assists the flow of prana and thus helps in the free circulation of throughout our energetic system.

Q14. Can yoga help me in PMS?

Premenstrual Syndrome or PMS is characterized by uncomfortable mental and physical symptoms that can occur up to two weeks prior to the onset of menstruation. Several yoga poses are proven to ease menstrual pain. It also help your mind and body adapt with stress, anxiety and depression making you feel relaxed and calm, and enabling you to cope with psychological symptoms of PMS.

Q15. Can yoga help me ease stress and postpartum depression?

Yes, definitely, yoga, Kundalini yoga in particular can help reduce stress and overcome post-partum depression. It is the breathing, along with the repetition of sounds and visualizations that help balance our hormones, purging the negative chemicals that can cause some women to experience postpartum depression. After giving birth, a woman’s body makes a complicated physiological switch from pregnancy to nursing, and yoga can help a woman keep a healthy relationship with her body.

Q16. Can yoga help keep a check on my blood pressure?

The relaxation and exercise components of yoga have a major role to play in the treatment and prevention of high blood pressure or hyper tension. A combination of biofeedback and yogic breathing and relaxation techniques has been found to lower blood pressure and reduce the need for high blood pressure medication in people suffering from it.

Q17. I’m stressed out – will it help me to relax?

Yes, definitely, Yoga helps in reducing physical, mental and emotional stress. Yoga is well-known for its calming effects. Because of the body/mind connection, if the muscles are relaxed by stretching, the mind will also relax, with less anxiety and better sleep patterns.

Q18. How does Yoga help in my everyday life?

In this modern city, there is hardly anybody who doesn’t suffer from some kind of stress. He is always in search of sailing the ship on the way of happiness and peace of mind. The stable mind and well tuned body can give him a real joy which does not vanish like our materialistic happiness. These things can be achieved through Yoga. Yoga can control the working of mind. Once you begin to practice regularly, yoga will help you to live your life with renewed positivism and enthusiasm.

Q19. Can Yoga improve my personality?

The physical development as well as psychological improvement can be obtained by Yoga. The proportionate body structure can lead to increase your confidence. The stability of mind, increase in the concentration of the mind can be obtained with the help of Yoga.

Q20. Will yoga help me in playing my game (e.g. tennis) better?

Yoga can be tremendously beneficial to your game. Yoga poses stretch and strengthen the muscles and that increases your reach and power. Yogic breathing expands lung capacity and purifies blood. Yogic meditation helps the player to become calmer and centered in whichever game they are playing.

I have an ongoing problem with my back/shoulder/neck/knee, etc. Will yoga help?

Yoga has proven therapeutic benefits when carefully applied. Speak to your instructor before class if you have an injury or other on-going physical concerns. He or she will then be able to tell you which poses to avoid and how to work around your problem areas. They may also be able to suggest particular poses you can do on your own that might help.

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GENERAL Refund policy  All purchases of services (classes, workshops, events) are non-refundable. Every effort is made to hold class on time. The schedule is subject to change without prior notice. Please check the online schedule for the most up-to-date schedule. Yoga health care centre Gurgaon is not liable to refund, transfer or offer compensation of any kind for classes that are late, changed or cancelled for any unavoidable reason.

Please arrive at least five minutes before class.

Payment must be made upon booking. No students will be permitted to sign-up for a class, workshop, or event as unpaid unless it is a trial, free or donation based class. Yoga health care centre  is not responsible for the safekeeping of your personal belongings.

You agree that are in good physical health and physically able to perform all yoga classes.

It is the responsibility of the student to notify teachers of any previous injury, illness, or conditions that may impact their practice.

Classes at the Yoga health care centre Gurgaon  may be physically strenuous and you voluntarily participate in them with full knowledge that there is risk of personal injury.

You will follow all instructions given to you by the Yoga centre teachers and you acknowledge that any failure to do so will be at your own risk and may cause injury.

In attending classes at the Yoga health care centre Gurgaon, you agree that neither you, your heirs, assigns or legal representatives will sue or make any other claims of any kind whatsoever against The Yoga health care centre Gurgaon  or its members for any personal injury, property damage/loss, or wrongful death, whether caused by negligence or otherwise.

Yoga health care centre Gurgaon reserves the right to refuse entry.

Prices may increase from time to time to reflect increases in cost and benefits.Terms, Conditions, and Fees are subject to change without prior notification.By booking into a class you automatically agree to the above terms & conditions.


If you do not show up for a class, you will still be charged for it. If there is an exception to this rule, it will say so in the description of the class as well as at the time of booking. For these exceptions you will be fully charged for a class that you sign-up for and do not attend or the class will be removed from your package. Students with unlimited packages will be charged the single drop-in rate for no-showing to a class under these terms.

Workshop and event cancellations must be made 24 hours prior to the start of the reserved workshop or event. If you do not attend or cancel within 24 hours of start time, you will be fully charged for the workshop and will not be able to use the credit for a future workshop.Workshops, events and trainings are non-refundable. Please cancel if you are unable to attend a class or workshop  to make your space available to others.

Yoga Classes

Gear to bring: mat, towel, and water bottle.  If you do not have a mat, we have a limited amount of yoga mats to lend you. No shoes are allowed in the yoga studio space. No  loud cell phones are allowed in the yoga studio space. Please review Studio Etiquette in advance.

Class Packages With Set # of Classes

Class packages that have yet to be used may have the amount of the package transferred to an account credit or a different package as long as any difference is value is paid upon transfer.10 Class Packages will expire 6 months after first use.5 Class Packages will expire 3 months after first use. Class packages may be shared between students.  The same expiration dates apply to shared packages. Unlimited Packages, Unlimited weeks, months and years may not be shared. Unlimited months expire 30 days after activation.Unlimited years expire 365 days after activation. Unlimited packages that have yet to be used may have the amount of the package transferred to an account credit or a different package as long as any difference is value is paid upon transfer.

We reserve the right to cancel memberships.


Gift cards can be redeemed for classes, workshops, programs, account credit, and/or retail purchases. Gift cards can be purchased and sent electronically through our online store or in-studio. Gift cards are non refundable and not redeemable for cash.

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What if I have more questions?

Our front desk staff at Yoga Health Care Centre is always available during business hours to answer any basic questions you might have. The owners of Yoga Health Care Centre are also available to give you more in-depth answers to all of your yoga-related questions.

You can drop by the front desk, call +919650209297 or send your questions to: yogahealthgurgaon@gmail.com.