You may wonder what is yoga? The word yoga itself means "union" .The Union of the individual consciousness or soul with the Universal Consciousness or Spirit. Many people think of yoga only as physical exercises — the asanas or postures that have gained widespread popularity in recent decades — but yoga is so much more.


Yoga not only includes the physical movement, yoga is a simple process of reversing the ordinary outward flow of energy and consciousness in such way that the mind becomes a dynamic center of direct perception no longer dependent upon the senses but capable of actually experiencing Truth. Yoga is a profound science of unfolding the infinite potentials of the human mind and soul.


There are various paths of Yoga that lead toward this goal and each one a specialized branch of one comprehensive system. Hatha Yoga ,Karma Yoga, Mantra Yoga,Bhakti Yoga, Jnana Yoga, Raja Yoga .


At Sevati you can come enjoy and experience Kundalini Yoga (Raja Yoga ) Children Yoga (Hatha Yoga ) and Laughter Yoga (Hatha Yoga )

What to bring to a class and what to keep in mind





Class Format & Practical Information: Tune in with mantras. Some Pranayam and warm up excersise. Kriya (Yoga Set). Deep Relaxation, Meditation and Closing.

The classes for are all levels adults however not suitable in pregnancy. Classes are usually drop-in classes, with possible breaks at Christmas and Easter.

  • Wear loose fitting clothes (natural

fibres are best as they allow your skin to breathe.

  • Bring a yoga mat, sheepskin or blanket to sit/lie on, a​​ shawl or blanket to cover yourself with during the relaxation and meditation, and if needed a cushion to help you sit more comfortably.
  • Bring a water bottle and drink small amounts regularly during a class.
  • It is recommended not to eat any heavy meals about two hours before class
  • Elder people are advised to do all the exercises more slowly
  • Drugs including coffee, alcohol and tobacco as well as a high protein diet go against the aims of yoga.
  • ​Try your best and going a little beyond your limits, but not to the point of injury. When you cannot continue an exercise, rest a moment and then resume.
  • Often meditations in KY can cause some discomfort through holding a static posture. It is best to hold the posture unless it is causing physical damage.
  • If you have any back problems please let us know and learn to adjust the exercises accordingly.


  • Women should avoid strenuous exercise during the first three days of their period. -Also as specific yoga breathing technique called Breath of Fire, double leg lifting, strong breathing and inverted postures such as Shoulder Stand. A gentle approach is best during your menstruation and also during pregnancy.
  • Pregnant women should avoid Breath of Fire and Shoulder Stand, as well as any exercise done on the stomach.

Important: You will be asked to leave the class if you are found to be under the influence of recreational drugs or alcohol. Please also inform us if you regularly or occasionally take any recreational drugs, as there will be counter indications for your yoga practice and you will not be allowed to do all exercises.

Disclaimer: Be opened in your approach to your yoga practice. But take care when determining your own ability to do the exercises offered in these classes. Do not aggravate an existing injury. If you are not sure if yoga would be recommended when you have a particular injury or condition, please consult your health care professional. The instruction and advice given in class is not meant to be used in lieu of professional medical or psychological care for the treatment of any condition. There are certain limitations to the practice of yoga for pregnant and menstruating women. Please see the information provided above.




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