Find a sense of lightness, increased stamina and core-strength while exploring various yoga techniques for arm-balancing and inversion postures.

Veer will create a space for beginners to understand and practice safe alignment and body-awareness techniques to develop stability, strength and confidence while practicing balancing postures. Experienced practitioners will be guided into challenging variations and flowing transitions from one arm-balance to various other balances by learning breathing techniques in combination with center-line-engagement drills.

Sirsansana, bakasana, ashtavakrasana, adho-mukha vrikshasana are some of the asanas we’ll explore through the course of the play shop.


Veer is a human physiology expert who spent the better part of his career teaching aviation physiology and training rescue drivers. He was drawn towards yoga from an early age. He has a 200Hr training in Vinyasa-Krama with Miss Dominique Renucci, 300Hr training in Yoga Therapy-Panchkosha From Association of Yoga & Meditation, Rishikesh, and a 100Hr Advanced-training in Vinyasa-Krama Sri Ramaswami Srivastava behind him and has been visiting faculty at various yoga schools. His understanding of movement application and the human body makes him an ace instructor.

Claire is a fitness enthusiast/yoga teacher/flow arts lover from the sunny islands of the Philippines. On 2012, hoop dance was introduced to her through the amazing flow performances of Hoopaholic Cebu. She has been hooked onto the hoops ever since, teaching and hoopdancing even when pregnant. Claire has been incorporating Hoopdance, Yoga, and Proper Nutrition to hers and her students’ Fitness program at Yogdham Rohtak  four years. Her approach to health and fitness is 50% discipline and 50% fun, making fitness achievable and the journey enjoyable for everyone.

Date & Timing : 4th Mar, 2017 (5.30 PM – 8.00 PM)


Contact : Ritu
Phone : +91 9250361909
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