Welcome to Sri Guru Raya School of Yoga

We welcome you with open hands to benefit from the positive changes which will happen to your body, mind and soul. Our classes are open anytime to the trainees who come with open heart and the willingness to learn the asanas which will benefit them according to their age, body and health conditions. Enter the class with a plain mind as this will help in better and quick understanding the positive vibe of practicing Yoga. Lot of dedication and discipline is required to feel the benefit for life.

The benefits of Yoga poses are for everyone, from fitness freaks to seekers of a calmer and focused mind, from enjoyers of Yogic bliss to those who wish to attain a higher state of consciousness.




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Yoga Instructor

Veeresh Kumar

Position:Practitioner and proprietor
Biography:
Veeresh Kumar is a young and an avid yoga practitioner, proprietor and an instructor at SGS yoga school. He is a professional yoga instructor with yoga specific degrees, such as, Y.I.C ( Yoga instructor course ) and D.Y.T (Diploma in yoga therapy). He is been practicing yoga for 15 years, worked as an instructor at prominent yoga centers before establishing Sri Guru Raya School of Yoga 5 years back.

Our Blog

Blog-48 – TO LIVE AGAIN

The D-day came much too quicker than I expected! November 10th, 2018 was indeed a big day for the Sri Guru Raya School of Yoga (SGRSY) as our beloved teacher Mr. Veeresh had planned an outdoor trekking trip for his students. The chosen spot was the much famed Shivagange mountain peak which stands proudly at...

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Blog-47 – WORLD STROKE DAY – 29th October 2018-Part 2

Prevention is better than cure: How to prevent Stroke? Lower Blood Pressure Reduce the salt in your diet to no more than 1,500 milligrams a day (about a half teaspoon). Avoid high-cholesterol foods, such as burgers, cheese, and ice cream Eat 4 to 5 cups of fruits and vegetables every day Lose weight Try to...

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Blog-46 – WORLD STROKE DAY – 29th October 2018

What is stroke? It occurs if the blood supply to the brain is blocked (ischemic stroke), or if a blood vessel in the brain is ruptured (hemorrhagic stroke). When either of these things happens, brain cells begin to die or are at risk of damage. If you or your loved ones have experienced stroke you...

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