Private Yoga in London @ £35 by Indian Yoga Instructor Subodh Gupta
Contact No: 07867384541
We provide private yoga lessons/ classes in Kensington, Chelsea SW3, Holland Park, Mayfair, Knightsbridge, Notting hill, Fulham, Belgravia and Marylebone in London for weight loss, flexibility, toning and stress release.
Our private yoga classes are ideal if you are looking to:
(a) Manage stress (b) Improve flexibility (c) Feel more energetic (d) Weight Loss
Our private yoga classes are also helpful in the case of backache, insomnia and improving digestion.
(a) If booking one session : £45 total for one hour session
(b)If booking 4 sessions: £35 @ 4 sessions = £140 total for four sessions.
info (at) subodhgupta.com 0r call us at 07867384541 | (Payment can be by cheque/cash/bank transfer)
Our private Yoga classes are held at (a) Clients residence in London or at (b) Our studio at Fulham & Hammersmith. You can choose the venue either (a) or (b).
Frequently asked questions
What if I am totally new to Yoga?
We teach yoga step by step from the beginning. Before we begin -> we first assess your fitness level & then customize yoga pose as per your comfort level and your objectives. After that, we explain you all the precautions and then only we begin the class.
Can I do Yoga even if my body is very stiff?
Certainly, Yoga is not just for those who are flexible. If your body is very stiff than we start with gentle yoga postures and then start building up step by step.
Can Yoga control high blood pressure?
Some yoga exercise helps in controlling high blood pressure however not all yoga postures are good if you are suffering from high blood pressure.
Kindly inform us any of your concern & fill it in our health assessment form before starting the yoga practice.
What kind of yoga do you teach?
Our scientific yoga consists of simplest yoga poses (good for body joints) as well as flowing dynamic body movement & challenging postures step by step for strength building and toning the whole body.
Yoga session also includes stretching for developing flexibility & scientific technique of breathing, meditation, and relaxation.
Regular practice helps in reducing stress, developing physical fitness and looking young. The special feature of scientific yoga is its scientific sleep, which was practiced by many of the great leaders of the world.
We have already conducted more than 500 yoga workshops/sessions for various corporate organizations as well as celebrities on Scientific Yoga in Delhi & London.
What is High Blood pressure and why certain Yoga posture is not recommended if having HBP?
Blood pressure is the measurement of the force of the blood on the arteries as the heart pushes the blood through the body. High Blood pressure is also called “hypertension.”
In a normal adult, a blood pressure close to 120/80 mm Hg is considered to be normal. When blood pressure stays high, greater than or equal to 140/90 mmHg, then it is considered high blood pressure. High blood pressure increases the risk for heart disease and stroke, heart failure or kidney failure.
According to recent estimates, nearly one in three U.S. adults has high blood pressure. In fact, many people have high blood pressure for years without knowing it and this is the reason it is often called the “silent killer.
“The only way to tell if you have high blood pressure is to have your blood pressure checked.
Inverted Yoga postures like Headstand and shoulder stand increases the pressure on heart and hence not recommended for those who are already having high blood pressure.
Note :All content within our website is provided for general information only, and should not be treated as a substitute for the medical advice of your own doctor or any other health care professional.
Since last few month everyday we are getting number of queries from India where the readers are asking us solution for their medical problems by Yoga. Please note that we are Yoga Teacher based in London and we do not suggest solutions for medical problems and we advise you please take your doctor advise on any medical problem or any clarification.
What is Yoga?
The word “yoga” originates from the sanskrit root yuj which means Union. On the spiritual plane, it means union of the Individual Self with the Universal Self. At the practical level, it brings balance between the body, mind and emotions.
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What are the four main path of Yoga?
Raja means “royal,”It is also known as royal Path. Raja Yoga is the Scientific and step by step approach to yoga and it involves strict adherence to the eight “limbs” of yoga as outlined by Patanajli in the Yoga Sutras.
Ethical standards, yama; self-discipline, niyama; posture, asana; breath extension or control, pranayama; sensory withdrawl, pratyahara; concentration,
dharana; meditation, dhyana; and ecstasy or final liberation, samadhi. Raja yoga is for individual who are introspective and are interested in meditation.
The principle of karma yoga is that what we experience today is created by our actions in the past. We practice karma yoga whenever we perform our work and live our lives in a selfless fashion. This path can be followed even living in day to day family life as well. It is not necessary to leave the house and work as a volunteer in some ashram to follow the path of karma yoga.
Bhakti yoga describes the path of devotion. Seeing the divine in all of creation. The path of bhakti provides us with an opportunity to cultivate acceptance and tolerance for everyone we come into contact with. Bhakti yogis express the devotional nature of their path in their every thought, word, and deed.
Jnana yoga is the yoga of the knowledge, the philosophical approach, the path of the scholar. This path requires the development of the intellect through the study of the scriptures, through right inquiry and constant self-analysis. The jnana yoga approach is most direct of the four paths.
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What are the benefits of Yoga (Hatha Yoga)?
Yoga (Hatha Yoga) has numerous benefits, however, the benefits of yoga depends on how regularly you are practicing and also how you are practicing (example are you practicing only yogasana or also along from yogasana, you are combining it with pranayama, Scientific Relaxation and meditation. The benefit increases when you combine yogasana (physical exercise) with meditation, relaxation and Pranayama.
Laboratory studies show that Yogic meditation produces the ‘relaxation response’. In physiological terms the Relaxation Response shows as a marked decrease in the breathing rate and in oxygen consumption, a lowering of the heart rate ,a decrease in blood pressure in meditators whose levels had been higher than normal, and the production during meditation of Alpha waves in the brain which are associated with mental relaxation.”
Following are the benefits of yoga (Hatha Yoga) when practices regularly:
Flexibility and strength
Yoga postures stretch and strengthen muscles and ligaments and put joints through their full range of movement.
Good posture and better look
You develop the postures which are beautiful to look at. Firm muscle tone, bright eyes and clear complexion contribute to the radiant appearance of the person. This, combined with good posture and grace of movement, makes for a pleasing outward appearance.
Breathe smoothly and efficiently
Yogic breathing strengthens the diaphragm and encourages deeper, freer breathing and can help in case of people suffering form Asthma and even in case of tuberculosis in an natural way.
Scientific relaxation helps in sound sleep and refreshing the body and mind.
Yoga Posture, yogic breathing, relaxation and meditation all help to calm and still the mind. When your mind is calm and still you develop higher concentration for your work.
Cope well with stress
The improvements to your health and the ability to relax deeply that come with yoga make you more resilient. Even in times of crisis, you can learn to cope well without getting much stressed.
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This is a concise book based on practical life experiences. The purpose of this book is that once you have finished reading it you are ready to come out of your stressful situation no matter where you are in your life.
This book is divided into 3 sections. Section 1 is all about understanding of stress from various perspectives, section 2 is about training the mind and section 3 is about acting upon the five practical steps for managing stress.
Benefits of yoga for sports professionals
• Gentle hatha yoga can be used to lubricate joints and relax muscle tensions.
• It can help in correcting muscle imbalances resulting from high impact training, strengthening the spine to prevent pain and injury.
• Yoga can help to balance your lower body strength. Healthy movement requires less expenditure of energy, so you will have greater reserves to take longer, faster strides.
• Standing yoga postures correctly align the knee.
• Dynamic yoga develops stamina and upper body strength without tightness in the shoulders also prepares the cardiovascular system and muscles for peak performance.
• Yoga and breath work can benefit the mind in competition to improve confidence and concentration.
Yoga therapy is also used in treating following ailments in our body system.
High and low BP and
Anxiety and Depressive Neurosis
Long and short sight, astigmatism, and squint, initial stages of cataract and glaucoma
Migraine, Tension Headache
Rheumatism and Arthritis
Low Back pain. . Cancer and many more.
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Yoga beneficial for breast cancer patients
Yoga, the ancient Indian therapy for exercise and meditation of the mind and the body, has for long been known to help people cope against ailments.And now, the age old therapy is providing healing touch to patients suffering from breast cancer by reducing pain and trauma.
The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Centre and the Swami Vivekananda Yoga Anusandhana Samsthana, have announced a research collaboration to scientifically validate the belief that mind-body interventions have a beneficial impact on the health of cancer patients. The University of Texas, MD Anderson Cancer Centre is the world’s largest cancer hospital and Research Centre
Dr HR Nagendra, the President of “Swami Vivekananda Yoga Anusandhana SamsthanaSamsthana” has said that the research on breast cancer patients through specially developed Yoga technique helped control their agony, adding that the MD Anderson Centre has accepted the theory.
“Yoga is an effective agent and it can bring a lot of improvement for the patients. For the last 25 years we have been doing extensive research, findings of which are published in nearly 75 research papers in the top reading journals. What we have been able to show is that yoga is effective by systematic protocols, which are acceptable by international standards. The MD Anderson Centre has also come forward and for the first time seen how yoga can be useful for cancer patients. They are very much impressed,” said Dr HR Nagendra, President, Swami Vivekananda Yoga Anusandhana Samsthana.
The ten-year research at Bangalore Institute of Oncology on Yoga therapy on more than 400 breast cancer patients has given a positive output and it is based on this research, that the MD Anderson Centre has accepted Yoga as a therapy for relieving pain in breast cancer patients.
Researchers from both institutions are currently studying the effects of yoga on breast cancer patients undergoing radiation treatments.They are also exploring whether participating in a yoga programme diminishes patients’ fatigue and sleep disturbances, while improving the overall quality of life, mental health, stress hormone levels, and aspects of immune function.
Presently, the randomised-controlled trial is aimed at monitoring the patients’ physiological responses to yoga as determined from blood and saliva samples, lung function tests and goniometric (joint motion) measurements.