Can yoga help reduce stress?

Practicing yoga has exhibited to reduce the physical impacts of stress. Studies have noted that after attending a few yoga classes, individuals suffering from stress are benefited extremely. This is because the levels of stress-inducing hormone, cortisol, gets reduced in the bloodstream post the yoga sessions.

This impact is extremely observable at both physical level and emotional state of mind, and is one of primary reasons individuals take up yoga in the first place. For further information, please look into the benefits of yoga 

I am not flexibleat all,is it possible for me to practice yoga?

To start rehearsing yoga, you need not be flexible, in fact,it will naturally help you increase flexibility as you practice. Progressively you will experience betterjoint movements,improved blood circulation and toughened muscle tone that prevent you from injuries.

I am recovering from an injury, is it possible for me to practice yoga?

Yes, indeed you can practice yoga even with injuries, under the directionand supervision of our certified trainers.Tell our mentors beforehand, and they will help you find the right way and techniques suitable for your body. In fact, the techniques can even help you recover faster from the injury.

Please call us or send an email to choose the right class and no. of sessionsthat suits your conditions.

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What are the benefits of practicing meditation?

Exercising meditation initiate benefits on many levels –physical body, mental performance and emotional states. Similarly, it brings about a positive change in all walks of your life, be it relationships, academics, work or even your interests.

From increasing concentration and relaxing your mind to relieving pain and improving brain function, meditation is a practice that can change your way of living for the better.

Look into the various and comprehensive benefits meditation can offer you at benefits of meditation.

What is the best time to meditate?

It is absolutely a personal choice. Some find it ideal to exercise meditation in the morning; a good way to begin your day. In the morning hours, you will be able to tap the silence and be in sync with nature. While, some prefer the evening hours, wherein you can loosen up after an intense or hectic day.

Finding the right time to meditate depends on our lifestyle, timetables and preferences.

How do I know which meditation technique suits me?

Every person is different, and so are the effects of meditation experienced by each individual.

Our mentors help you understand the transition you are going through and the best techniques that matches your goals and requirements.They analyze your personality, lifestyle, routine, nature and body type, and prescribe the suitable composition of techniques.

Moreover, the objective behind every meditation technique is to induce the quality of presence in your daily life. As you start practicing, you will soon recognize the techniques you enjoy and prefer, and the ones that make you feel more relaxed, refresh and ready to absorb the joy around you.


How long will it take before I notice a difference?

Usually, in the first couple of weeks of committed practice, some start feeling a control over their responses and reactions to situations. It is one of the earliest indications of abandoning your mindless, involuntary and habitual mannerism. Sometimes, even before you realize, the people around you – family, friends and colleagues start noticing the transformation in you.

Just like all meditation techniques, mindfulness meditation also has different impact on each person. So, the changes brought about by the practice, is also a very personal and individual experience.

How will mindfulness benefit me?

The immediate advantage is experiencing our lives to the fullest at this moment with awareness rather than going with the flow, dwelling in the past or worrying about the future. We start giving more attention to every minute detail, be it caring for your kids, handling your professional responsibilities or watching a flower bloom.

Researchers have observed that mindfulness meditation can help decline psychological symptoms like anxiety, stress and depression, at the same time restore stability in physical symptoms such as blood glucose levels and blood pressure.The positive side-effects of mindfulness don’t end with this, for more information, you can look into the benefits of meditation  

Mindfulness meditation have different effects on each individual. Hence, we urge everybody to discover for themselves how the practice can be fruitful in their lives.

What does mindfulness feel like?

Mindfulness is a meditation technique that ignites awareness about you and the things around you. It simply deepens your experience of sensations that you feel at this particular moment.

The practice works on different levels. At a physical level, it helps you slow down your breathing, heartbeat and blood pressure, initiating a relaxed response making you feel peaceful and calm. Wherein at a deeper level, the neuron in your brain, amygdala (which imparts your fight, flight or freeze response), turns less reactive or stressed to distressing situations and thoughts.

To know more about mindfulness, look into Mindfulness – Live in the present, make each moment auspicious 


Which classes are appropriate for beginners?

We have composed different modules for all the three practices, yoga, mindfulness and meditation to suit all. The module includes:

Basic for beginners

Standard for practised individuals

Advanced for proficient practitioners

Walk into mindsupport, and we will help you choose the right yoga, mindfulness and meditation program for you.

Get more information about our programs here,   or connect with us personally to know more 

Do I need to have experience with mindfulness, meditation or yoga for joining the course?

No, you need not have any prior experience for joining our yoga, mindfulness and meditation classes.

We have put together different levels of programs suitable for beginners, practised and advanced levels. You can find more information about our programs here, or talk to us personally to know more 

  • Keep yourself hydrated before starting your practice
  • Avoid large meals up to 3 hours prior to the class
  • Let your mentor know if a pose or posture is difficult for you to practice
  • Let your mentor know if you have any conditions or injuries before hand
  • Carry a yoga mat or sheet
  • Carry a towel
  • Carry a bottle of water
  • Carry a set of extra clothes if you are changing after the class
  • Wear a comfortable fabric
  • Wear loose or stretchable clothes that doesn’t hinder your motion and let you move easily