Kingdom Ayurveda Resort - specialized Yoga and Meditation Centre

Upon completion of the Ayurveda practice, the Kingdom Ayurveda Resort offers one hour of Yoga and one hour of Meditation a day that it requires no previous knowledge.

In tropical gardens overlooking the Indian Ocean at the resort, guests can experience every day yoga and meditation:

  • Yoga exercises help to improve the psycho-physical balance and relax the mind and body as well as make it more elastic,
  • Meditation helps to discipline the mind and intellect, combat daily stress, harmonize emotions, and you can receive information on correct posture, practicing effective breathing and concentration exercises.

Yoga with Aditya

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A fitness enthusiast, Aditya comes with 12 years of experience in education industry as project  Manager. Couple of years ago he was introduced to yoga, his journey took a turn from there on. He decided to quit his job to take his passion “Yoga” as profession. Aditya is deeply inspired by the words –

“Health is wealth, peace of mind is happiness, yoga shows the way”

Aditya is a 500 hours certified yoga teacher titled with ‘Yoga Acharya’ from Sivananda Yoga Ashram, India. He specializes in Hatha and Yin Yoga, focusing on true holistic approach to our whole system of body, mind and soul. He enjoys inspiring others to improve their state of wellness and to commit themselves to long term health and well-being. He is also a certified Aerial (anti-gravity) yoga teacher.

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Hatha Yoga

Traditionally speaking, Hatha Yoga is the term that refers to any type of yoga that teaches physical postures. As a style, Hatha Yoga means that you will get a gentle introduction to the most basic yoga postures. In the Hatha style of Yoga, postures are done slowly with an emphasis on breathing and have the effect of grounding one’s senses and mind. It is the oldest form of yoga passed down from ancient times but is adopted to the times and to each individual.

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Yin & Restorative Yoga

The Yin and Restorative classes are a delicious way to relax and soothe frayed nerves. In these classes I use bolsters, blankets and blocks to prop you in passive poses so the body can experience the benefits of a pose without having to exert any effort. This passive approach also allows for a deeper level of opening of the connective tissues in the body. These classes are welcome antidote to our busy lives and have the effect of re-energizing our body and mind.

 

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